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Tel: (021) 4903603 Fax: (021) 4271568.
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Further information concerning current appointments can be obtained from:
Department of Human Resources,
Phone +353 21 490 3603
Fax +353 21 427 1568
University College Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer
26.11.2015 Senior Lecturer in Education College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
24.11.2015 Lectureship in Organic Chemistry College of Science, Engineering & Food Science
24.11.2015 Lectureship in Physical Chemistry College of Science, Engineering and Food Science
20.11.2015 Professor of Process and Chemical Engineering (PCE) School of Engineering College of Science, Engineering and Food Science
18.11.2015 Cork University Business School Professorial Appointments Cork University Business School
12.11.2015 Lectureship in Musicology Department of Music School of Music and Theatre College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
12.11.2015 Clinical Lectureship in Pathology Department of Pathology School of Medicine
06.11.2015 Lectureship in Social Work College of Arts, Celtic Studies & Social Sciences
06.11.2015 Lectureship in Clinical Pharmacy Practice School of Pharmacy
03.11.2015 Professorship of Energy Engineering & Director of Marine Renewable Energy Ireland (MaREI) School of Engineering College of Science, Engineering & Food Science
30.10.2015 Lectureship in Speech and Language Therapy Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences