Lectureships in Economics (fixed-term & permanent)
Lectureships in Economics (Permanent Wholetime Posts)
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Lectureships in Economics (Fixed Term Posts)
Lectureships in Economics (Fixed Term Posts) <<Click here to download Particulars of Post
Lectureships in Economics
College of Business and Law
The Department of Economics is committed to providing university education for life-long mental development through undergraduate, postgraduate, adult/continuing and executive/professional learning.Today it is one of the largest departments in the University on the basis of its established reputation for innovation, academic standards and student-focus of its programmes of study, including for academic and practitioner-oriented doctoral programmes.The teaching of the Department is organised around three strategic groups: Business Economics, Financial Economics and Health & Evaluation Economics. All academic members participate in the provision of general modules/programmes, as well as those in their area of speciality, and each group has designated responsibilities for delivering particular aspects of the comprehensive range of Empirical Research Methods provided by the Department.
The Department is positioned for embarking on another phase of development and has recently begun a two-stage recruitment process at the professorial/senior level to shape its strategic direction for the next decade.It now wishes to strengthen its teaching capabilities in all types and at all levels in each of the three groups above.It invites applications from highly motivated candidates with relevant postgraduate qualification, experience of, and proven ability for, lecturing at university level, demonstrated potential and commitment for independent scholarly research and publication, and ability to contribute effectively to academic management of the Department.
LECTURESHIPS IN ECONOMICS (Fixed-term positions)
The Department is widely recognised for the effectiveness of its New Staff Development Programme in which 17 staff doctoral degrees have been successfully completed since 1991, with another 4 currently in progress, through a range of universities in Ireland and the U.K.In the context outlined above, and for the purpose of embarking on the next phase of its staff development programme, the Department invites applications for a number of full time Lectureship contracts which may be offered on a three or five year basis. Candidates will be required to demonstrate a commitment to undertaking and successfully completing a doctoral degree to an agreed schedule within the Department’s formalised new staff development programme. Postholders will be expected primarily to contribute to teaching, to develop a research profile, and to contribute to the academic management of the Department. Successful candidates will hold a Masters degree in Economics, have relevant experience in lecturing at third level, demonstrate evidence of research capability and, ideally, will be able to show an ability and commitment to providing programme leadership or innovation.
Salary scale [new entrants]: €35,610 – €57,847
LECTURER IN ECONOMICS (Permanent post)
Applications are invited from doctorally qualified and suitable candidates for a full time permanent Lectureship post to strengthen capabilities in Business Economics. The successful candidate will be required immediately to act as Programme Director for a major international initiative and will be able to demonstrate having the relevant capabilities, including team-building, for leadership of a Programme Team.S/he will also be expected to attract grant-funded and commissioned research and consultancy and executive development contracts.The appointee will have experience and achievements in teaching and innovation at undergraduate, postgraduate and executive levels together with research achievement as indicated by published work or work in preparation.
Contacts for informal discussion:
Dr. Edward Shinnick (Business Economics) e-mail: email@example.com;
Dr. Niall O’Sullivan (Financial Economics) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Dr. Rosemary Kelleher, (Health Economics) e-mail: email@example.com;
Dr. John Considine (Staff Development Programme) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Ms. Mary Maguire (Department Manager) e-mail: email@example.com; or
Professor Connell Fanning (Head of Department) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary scales: €35,610 – €57,847 Bar €63,389 – €83,504
Closing date for above posts: Friday, 3rd August 2007
Completed application forms must be returned to:
Department of Human Resources
University College Cork
Tel: + 353 21 4903073 / Email: email@example.com / Fax + 353 21 4276995
Memorandum re Lecturer Posts: http://hradmin.ucc.ie/docs/lecturepost.doc