Ad Astra Fellow in Economics

Dublin, Leinster (IE)
25 Mar 2019
End of advertisement period
22 Apr 2019
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

Ref: 011317
Ad Astra Fellow in Economics, UCD College of Social Science and Law
5 Years (Fixed Term) - Permanency review period after 4 years

Applications are invited for the post of Ad Astra Fellow in Economics, UCD College of Social Science and Law (post reference 011317).

UCD is a research-intensive global university with purpose, drive and ambition. To contribute to the achievement of our mission and vision, we wish to hire additional faculty who share our ambition and our values: excellence, creativity, collegiality, engagement, integrity and diversity.  We are seeking Ad Astra applications across all disciplines in the college. 

UCD College of Social Sciences and Law is a world-leading centre for education and research in the social sciences and related disciplines. The eleven Schools in the College include Archaeology, Economics, Education, Geography, Information and Communications Studies, Law, Philosophy, Politics and International Relations, Psychology, Social Policy, Social work, Social Justice and Sociology. The College offers outstanding undergraduate, graduate and interdisciplinary programmes to more than 5,500 students across social and behavioural sciences and cognate disciplines. UCD ranked 109 in the world for Social Sciences, is in the top 250 in the fields of each of its eleven schools and ranked in the top 100 for Archaeology, Law, Philosophy, Politics and International Studies, Social Policy and Administration and is ranked in the top 50 for Library and Information Management (QS WUR Subject Rankings, 2019).  

Please apply here and select the Ad Astra Fellow vacancy for UCD College of Social Science and Law indicating your discipline or area of interest. 

Lecturer/Assistant Professor Scale: €52,848- €83.090 per annum (appointment on the first point of the scale). 

Closing Date: 17:00hrs Monday 22nd April 2019 

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