You will be employed as part of the Healthy Urban Living and Ageing in Place project (HULAP), which is a collaboration between urban planning and public health.
You will assist in all parts of a study to evaluate health and social care professionals’ family focused practice in adult mental health and children’s services across the 5 health and social care Trusts in Northern Ireland.
You will play a major leadership role in the QUB strategic Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) researching emerging security issues for information and communications technology systems supporting Critical Infrastructures, Smart Cities and the Internet of Things (IoT).
You will undertake research in line with the School of Law’s research strategy, to teach core Law subjects at undergraduate level, to contribute to School administration/outreach activity and at postgraduate level to contribute to teaching on existing programmes.
You will undertake a programme of independent high level research which enhances and augments the research already undertaken within the School and to teach physical chemistry/chemical engineering at undergradaute and masters levels.
You will assist in the planning and delivery of research within the area of ocular drug delivery so that the overall research objectives of the project are met.
This is a Leukaemia and Lymphoma-NI (LLNI) funded position that will involve co-ordination with a team of scientists including those in the Blood Cancer group within CCRCB.
You will conduct research, analysis and reporting to the project team to develop asset based social enterprises in Northern Ireland through the Ethical Development Trust (EDT) partnership
You will deliver actuarial and related modules on the degree programmes offered by Queen’s Management School.
You will generate and to sustain quality placements for students in the School and to manage the development of employability skills in the curriculum.
You will provide a comprehensive and professional secretarial/clerical support to the Commercial Development Office within the Research and Enterprise Directorate in particular supporting the InvestNI funded Proof-of-Concept (POC) programme.
You will develop, deliver and administer high quality teaching and assessment on the undergraduate MPharm and postgraduate Independent Pharmacist Prescribing programme and such other programmes as may be required.
You will teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and to contribute to School administration/ outreach activity.
You will undertake research on novel MIMO antennas and beamforming architectures suitable for the next generation of wireless communication systems.
A research fellow position focussed on the development of a reverse genetics platform in the nematode parasite Ascaris suum.
You will perform research related to the molecular pathological characterization of prostate cancer through complex analysis of prostate cancer tissue and exploitation of pre-clinical models.
You will be an effective and highly ambitious member of a research team assisting in the development of novel therapeutics within the Centre for Infection and Immunity, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences.
You will undertake epidemiological investigations of the effect of specific medications on cancer risk and progression as part of a CRUK funded project.
You will work with a multi-professional team in a Research Programme for people with Multiple Sclerosis.
You will work closely with academic staff to commercialise the outcomes of the University’s research within the Faculty of Medicine, Health & Life Sciences including a focus supporting the Institute of Health Sciences, Institute for Global Food Security and other related areas of activity.
An excellent opportunity for a Trainee Paint Production and Colour Matching Operative for a role based in Toomebridge, Antrim.
Vacancy: Joinery Tutor (Ref: rj/670/jt) Base: Toome Contract: Part-Time / Permanent Hours of work: 22.5 per week (3 working days)
Vacancy: Retail Tutor (Ref: rj/657/rc) Base: Cookstown (with travel to Magherafelt branch) Contract: Part-Time/Temporary (12 month contract) Hours of work: 19 per week (2.5 days)
Springvale Learning is a dynamic, innovative and creative employment, learning and training organisation. They are now looking to recruit a new Chief Executive who will be responsible for providing professional leadership to the executive team.
Primary General Relief Teacher - Primary Teacher, Clapham, South West London, UK needed from April 2016