MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY

Research Assistant, Celtic Studies

Expiring today

Location
Maynooth, Ireland
Salary
€29,835 - €31,251 per annum pro rata (3 points)
Posted
05 Jul 2019
End of advertisement period
21 Jul 2019
Ref
004001
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Department : Celtic Studies    

Closing Date : 21-Jul-2019

We are seeking a half-time research assistant in the research project Chronologicum Hibernicum - A Probabilistic Chronological Framework for Dating Early Irish Language Developments and Literature (ChronHib), funded by a Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council and led by Professor David Stifter. ChronHib aims at making progress in establishing a finely-tuned chronology of Early Irish language developments and literature, by closely studying and mapping linguistic change and variation in the literature from the period. We expect to make a significant contribution to the description and the understanding of the development of the Early Irish language. Work is carried out primarily within the discipline of historical linguistics, but other aspects of linguistics such as syntactic theory, sociolinguistics, and the philology of Early Irish texts play a role as well.

The position of the research assistant will mostly involve maintaining, improving and making publicly available the existing project databases, as well as contributing to the project deliverables.

Research Assistant (Level 2) Salary Scale: €29,835 - €31,251 per annum pro rata (3 points)

Appointment will be made in accordance with the Department of Finance pay guidelines.

*New entrants to the public sector will be appointed on the first point of the above scale.

Closing Date:

23:30hrs (local Irish time) on Sunday, 21 July 2019

Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system.

Late applications will not be accepted.

Maynooth University is an equal opportunities employer. 
The position is subject to the Statutes of the University