Professorship and Lectureship Positions
PROFESSORSHIP AND LECTURESHIP POSITIONS
Founded in 1845, University College Cork (UCC) is a collegiate university with a 150-year tradition of excellence in teaching and research.The quality education we provide, enriched by a distinctive college experience, is sustained by demand from highly qualified applicants from diverse social and cultural backgrounds.The University is outward-looking and is actively engaged in a range of innovative developments in research, teaching, and learning.
With 16,000 students, 1,600 academic and research staff, and annual peer-reviewed research income in excess of €60M, UCC is committed to fostering a community of scholarship that values independence of thought and critical enquiry, and enables staff and students to achieve their full potential. In an environment of excellence in teaching, learning and research, the University’s central roles are to create, preserve, and communicate knowledge, and to enhance intellectual, cultural, social and economic life locally, nationally and internationally.
Central to UCC’s research strategy is the objective of growing centres of excellence of world class research output where traditional departmental barriers are overcome and ground-breaking research is conducted in an interdisciplinary manner.
To execute this strategy, the University is seeking to recruit outstanding researchers at Professorial and Lecturer levels to strengthen selected areas of research excellence. In particular, we invite applications from established and tenure track faculty in the following areas:
The context for these appointments is the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) “Stokes Professorship and Lectureship Programme” and the “SFI Engineering Professorship and Lectureship Programme”. Details of these programmes are available on the SFI website at http://www.sfi.ie/content/content.asp?section_id=621&language_id=1 and http://www.sfi.ie/content/content.asp?section_id=633&language_id=1, respectively.
If you are interested in joining a growing University with a supportive research environment you are invited to submit a detailed Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter setting out your research track record and current research interests to:
Professor Peter Kennedy
Vice-President for Research Policy & Support
University College Cork, Ireland
Closing date for receipt of applications: Thursday, 31 May 2007.
If you would like an informal discussion in relation to any of the above opportunities, please contact Prof. Peter Kennedy, Vice-President for Research Policy and Support.
Phone +353 21 490 3500