|Location:||Dublin - Ireland|
|Salary:||This appointment will be made at a point in line with the IUA Post Doctorate Researcher salary scales commensurate with experience and funding available.|
|Placed On:||3rd October 2023|
|Closes:||18th October 2023|
The School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, invites applications for a prestigious European Research Council-funded post for a postdoctoral research fellow. This role will be of interest to graduates of social sciences, socio-legal studies, law (particularly human rights law), and psychology (and related disciplines), with skills in empirical research.
POIRE (Prison Oversight: Improving Rights in Europe) is a research project funded by the European Research Council’s Proof of Concept Scheme. The postdoctoral research fellow will work on a ground-breaking study on the protection of rights in prison through international monitoring. The project seeks to bring research directly to policy and practice with a view to creating a training and support programme for people in prison, prison staff and prison administrators. The researcher will be given support and mentoring to develop their skills and manage their career development. The project and funding ends on June 30th 2025. The proposed start date is January 1 2024.
More details including the background to the project, essential and desirable criteria and how to apply can be found on https://jobs.tcd.ie
Post Title: Post Doctoral Research Fellow
Post Status: Specific-purpose contract (full-time) to undertake research on the PRILA project.
Department/Faculty: PRILA, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin
Location: Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin,College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
Salary: This appointment will be made at a point in line with the IUA Post Doctorate Researcher salary scales commensurate with experience and funding available.
Hours of Work: 37 hours per week
Closing Date: 12 Noon (Irish Standard Time), 18 October 2023
Applications will only be accepted through e-Recruitment and should include:
Applicants should submit a single document including a full Curriculum Vitae detailing qualifications and experience to include the names and contact details of 3 referees (including email addresses), and a cover letter that specifically addresses the application procedure set out above by the deadline of 12 Noon (Irish Standard Time), 18 October 2023
Interviews will take place in Dublin or via Zoom shortly thereafter. Appointment will be effective as soon as possible after the end of the interview process, with an ideal start date of January 1 2024. All applicants must possess the necessary immigration requirements allowing them to study in Ireland and travel within the European Union.
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At Trinity, we are committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion. Trinity welcomes applications from all individuals, including those applicants with disabilities, those who may have had non-traditional career paths, those who have taken time out for reasons including family or caring responsibilities. We also welcome international applicants including those whom have been displaced due to war.
We are ranked 3rd in the world for gender equality (Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020) and we hold an Athena SWAN Bronze award, recognising our work to advance gender equality. The University is actively pursuing a Silver level award, which it has committed to achieving by 2025. Trinity is committed to supporting the work-life balance and to creating a family-friendly working environment.
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