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Assistant Lecturer in Applied Mathematics

Technological University Dublin - School of Mathematics & Statistics

Location: Dublin, Grangegorman - Ireland
Salary: €47,535 to €58,726 or £41,345.75 to £51,079.64 (converted salary*)
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 4th December 2023
Closes: 3rd January 2024
Job Ref: 031421

The Role

The School of Mathematics & Statistics, Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is seeking to appoint an Assistant Lecturer in Applied Mathematics (Ref:278a/2023) on a permanent, wholetime basis. The successful candidate will be an applied mathematician with a strong track record of teaching, research and publication in applied mathematics and will be based on our modern Grangegorman campus in central Dublin with its state-of-the-art, technology-enabled facilities.

The School of Mathematics & Statistics (www.tudublin.ie/mathematics) is the discipline home for all mathematical sciences disciplines within TU Dublin, spanning pure mathematics, applied mathematics, mathematical modelling, numerical and computational methods, applied probability, statistics and data analysis. It has a successful portfolio of mathematics and statistics programmes and short courses and delivers mathematics and statistics modules to learners studying other disciplines throughout the University.  As an Assistant Lecturer, you will be an excellent and flexible teacher who employs modern, innovative and engaging approaches and appropriate technology to deliver modules and supervision to undergraduate and postgraduate students both in person and, where required, via hybrid or remote means.  You will play an active role in programme development, reviewing modules and teaching, learning and assessment strategies, and contributing to the future growth and development of the School of Mathematics & Statistics and the Faculty of Computing, Digital & Data.  There is a vibrant research culture within the School and you will actively engage in appropriate research and scholarly activity, disseminating the results of impactful research through publication, supervising research students and seeking research funding.  The School of Mathematical Sciences has an Athena Swan Bronze Award for its commitment to EDI and all staff participate in engagement and outreach activities and liaise with professional bodies and stakeholders to promote the School.

The University

TU Dublin is one of Ireland’s largest Universities with over 28,000 students.  Deeply embedded in its region, TU Dublin has campuses in Dublin city centre, Blanchardstown and Tallaght and is investing over €500 million in new facilities to enhance our students' experience.  It is the only University in Ireland to offer programmes from Level 6 to Level 10 on the National Framework of Qualifications and is home to a strong research community, three incubation centres and several research hubs.

TU Dublin is passionate about life-long learning and is the largest provider of part-time education in Ireland, making an important contribution to the economy, enabling capacity building for the future.  Our award-winning technology transfer and business incubation activities have delivered over 400 new sustainable businesses with an economic value of almost €700 million.

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