St Mary’s University College in conjunction with Comhairle Uladh, Ulster Council GAA, seeks applications to the temporary position of Games Development Officer.
The post holder will be based in a laboratory managed by Dr Imre Lengyel, and will work alongside other staff and students to provide an effective and efficient technical service for various studies
Reporting to the Customer Relations Officer and Campus Food and Drink Manager the post holder will assist in delivering timely, accurate and clear communications which support the marketing of Queen’s Accommodation
To assist the Policy and Engagement Manager for delivering efficient and effective provision of academic representation and student partnership activity and delivery of SU objectives.
To play a leadership role in the continuing expansion of the Centre for Intelligent Autonomous Manufacturing Systems (i-AMS), an interdisciplinary centre within Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Queen’s.
To play a leadership role in the continuing expansion of the Centre for Intelligent Autonomous Manufacturing Systems (i-AMS), an interdisciplinary centre within Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Queen’s
To be an active member of the research project/team assisting in the development of research proposals and the planning and delivery of the research activity within palliative heart failure research so that the overall research objectives of the project/school are met.
Vacancy: Qualifications Administrator (RJ/748) Location: Belfast base Contract: Part-Time/ Temp 12 month Contract Hours of work: 22.5 hours per week (Flexibility with days
This post will be directly responsible for collating and developing analyses of biodiversity data and remote sensing data on grassland production across Ireland.
To draw together, augment and further develop the multiscale physics models of tumour spheroid, tumour and patient response to radiation used alone or in conjunction with other interventions (drug, nanoparticle)
To carry out experimental and theoretical research to promote new technological solutions for the design and development of structural and non-structural pre-fabricated elements with high degree of recycled materials and reused structures from partial or total demolition of buildings.
To undertake research in line with the School’s research strategy, to teach primarily at postgraduate level, to undertake research supervision (where appropriate), and to contribute to School management, administration and outreach.
To carry out experimental and theoretical research on the technical characterisation of CDW-derived materials for the production of building elements.
To undertake research in line with the School’s research strategy, to teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and to contribute to School’s administration/outreach activity
To develop a unique product offering which will introduce a higher level of design aesthetics, as well as new interactive technologies.
(30 hours per week/52 weeks per year – pay rate £10.01 per hour )
Excellent opportunity for an eager, hardworking and organised administrator to join our professional and growing team. You will be responsible for the administrative processes, tasks and duties within one of our busiest branches in L’Derry.
Grow Cook Cater is a 4-year training and skills development project funded by the Big Lottery's Empowering Young People Fund.
Mentoring and support to young people 13-16 years who are at risk of disengaging from school, focusing on positive punctuality, attendance and behaviour outcomes.
You will be responsible for supporting the CSSC in driving the change agenda, promoting the Controlled Sector and supporting the Council in delivering its ambitions for the future.
Due to expansion we now have a need for additional trainers. Part Time and Full Time opportunities are available as we develop further our delivery of high quality training for people in the Transport and Motor Industries.
Due to expansion we now have a need for additional Part Time driver trainers as we develop further our delivery of high quality training for people in the Transport and Motor Industries.
The Lecturer in Organic Chemistrywill undertake a programme of independent high-level research in organic/bioorganic/medicinal and/or physical organic chemistry.