|Dublin - Ireland
|€39,469 to €95,441 or £34,329.98 to £83,014.20 (converted salary*)
|13th December 2023
|9th February 2024
Post Status: 5 Year Fixed Term, Tenure Track
Reports to: Head of Discipline and Head of School
Salary: Appointment will be made on Assistant Professor Salary Scale (109) commensurate with qualifications / experience and in line with Public Sector Pay Policy [€39,469 – 95,441 per annum] https://www.tcd.ie/hr/assets/pdf/monthly-academic.pdf
Hours of Work: Hours of work for academic staff are those as prescribed under Public Service Agreements. For further information please follow the link below:
Closing Date: 12 Noon (Irish Standard Time), 9th February 2024
The Department of Sociology, School of Social Sciences and Philosophy, is seeking to appoint an Assistant Professor in Sociology (Quantitative Sociology of Inequality and Life course), to join us in September 2024. The Department seeks applications from academics who will contribute significantly to research and teaching excellence in the Department’s research streams on social inequality, migration and identity, conflict and social movements, and digitalisation and social networks: https://www.tcd.ie/sociology/research/. The appointee will be expected to contribute to graduate and undergraduate teaching and engage in wider public and policy debates, as well as to foster collaboration with other Departments in the College and external research bodies.
We especially invite applications from candidates who have a proven track record in quantitative sociology focusing on research related to social stratification and social inequalities, labour market sociology, life-course sociology, sociology of migration, or related fields. Candidates must demonstrate a strong quantitative research orientation and associated research skills in their research portfolio. Candidates must demonstrate knowledge and experience in the use of advanced quantitative approaches such as rigorous causal inference, analysis of longitudinal data, cross-nationally comparative designs, or innovative methodologies from digital social research.
The successful applicant will hold a PhD in Sociology (or cognate discipline) and have, relative to career stage, a track record of high-impact scholarship and publication in international, peer-reviewed journals and teaching and supervision at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Candidates must submit the following to http://jobs.tcd.ie:
Please Note: Candidates who do not submit the requested information will not be considered for shortlisting.
Applications will only be accepted by applying online through the Trinity Jobs Portal.
Please visit http://jobs.tcd.ie to view a full job description and to apply.
URL Link to Human Resources https://www.tcd.ie/hr/
Trinity is an equal opportunities employer, and we encourage applications from talented people of all backgrounds.
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