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Teaching Fellow, School of Archaeology

Dublin, Leinster (IE)
£35,492.21 per annum
Closing date
31 May 2024

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Academic Discipline
Arts & Humanities, Archaeology
Job Type
Academic Posts, Teaching Fellowships
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Details

Applications are invited for a temporary post of a Teaching Fellow within UCD School of Archaeology. 1 year

UCD School of Archaeology seeks to now appoint a Teaching Fellow for the 2024/2025 academic year primarily to support teaching in the School's undergraduate programmes.

The duration of the appointment is 12 months, beginning in August 2024. A proven track record in university level teaching is essential, and familiarity with university VLE (at UCD, Brightspace) is desirable.

In keeping with the School's mission, the successful candidate will be expected to participate fully in providing high quality teaching, research, and contribute fully to the efficient running and day-to-day life of the School of Archaeology. It is anticipated that interviews will take place in June 2024 and that the position will commence on 1st August 2024.

Fixed Salary: €41,115 per annum

Closing date: 12:00 noon (local Irish time) on the 31st of May 2024.

Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 12:00 noon (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications.
UCD do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies. Any CV's submitted by Recruitment Agencies will be returned.

Prior to application, further information (including application procedure) should be obtained from the Work at UCD website:


UCD is Ireland's most globally engaged university with over 37,000 students drawn from 152 countries, including over 4,500 students based at locations outside of Ireland. 
The international standing of UCD has grown in recent years; it is currently ranked within the top 1% of higher education institutions world-wide.
As Ireland's largest university, with its great strength and diversity of disciplines, UCD embraces its role to contribute to the flourishing of Ireland through the study of people, society, business, economy, culture, languages and the creative arts, as well as through research and innovation. 
Over the last decade UCD researchers have increased their annual number of papers in the international literature by 39% and have authored more than 34,000 papers in total. 56% of the papers were co-authored with researchers from more than 130 countries. These papers are cited by other researchers at a rate that is 73% above the world average.
Located within 4km's of Dublin city centre, the Belfield campus is a carefully landscaped, modern campus. Employees can avail of world class facilities and participate in a range of engagement activities.
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Imagine yourself in a workplace with a genuine commitment to equality of opportunity for all staff and students. UCD is committed to creating an environment where diversity is celebrated and everyone is treated fairly.
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Visit the Work at UCD page to explore further benefits of working at UCD and to apply for a role.

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