Essential Skills Tutor (Numeracy) - Strabane and Omagh
Assess student needs, plan and prepare teaching and learning programmes for groups and individuals and manage the learning process within the classes you are assigned
You will be responsible for the supervision of children and the maintenance of discipline for the children remaining on the school premises throughout the mid-day break.
A Coaching and Administrative Officer is required by our client in the Belfast area.
To contribute to the successful completion of the research and analysis work streams within the Literacy Project.
Assist with the teaching of anatomy as part of the School’s outreach programme to professional organisations and learned societies such as the Royal College of Surgeons and the Northern Ireland Medical and Dental Training Agency.
Design, develop and maintain original databases and programs for the clinical management of cancer patients and the collection of cancer data for a variety of purposes including cancer audits and other research databases.
Act as coordinator for the safefood Knowledge Networks, acting as contact point for Knowledge Network enquiries; the day-to-day running of the Knowledge Networks and associated activities.
Lead, manage and motivate a team of professional Librarians, Library Assistants and clerical staff to provide a harmonious working environment and fully utilise all human resources.
Participation in all aspects of teaching and assessment as designated by, or on behalf of, the Head of School.
To be an active member of the research team assisting in the development and planning of the research programme in order to deliver the objectives defined by the project proposal.
You will also be responsible for managing the functions and operations of their research team within the research cluster structure of ECIT and the School.
Contribute strongly to the research objectives of the research cluster, where appropriate creating and leading new research initiatives.
Deliver teaching and assessment activities within the School including lectures, setting/marking coursework, practicals to undergraduates and postgraduates
To provide strategic vision and academic leadership for the development of an internationally recognised programme of Global Eye Health research.
Develop and contribute to the research strategies of the School and maintain a reputation as an expert in Intensive Care Medicine research.
Prepare, run and analyse numerical simulations as part of international collaboration on the theory and modelling of thermonuclear supernovae.
To develop a strategic framework and oversee implementation of plans to initiate, maintain and develop networks and partnerships in target countries which successfully advance the University’s internationalisation objectives.
Undertake activities to achieve the objectives and meet the major duties of the post and ensure that the end goals are achieved.
The goal of this project is to design, assemble and test several concepts of a novel expander design for the production of mechanical / electrical power from waste heat recovery systems.
Contribute to the development, construction and modification of components/apparatus using full range of techniques for teaching/research/project work purposes.
Establish and lead a pre-clinical research group of international quality in the area of Molecular Oncology within the CCRCB, with the intent of developing key knowledge related to the biology of disease.