The University gives Northern Ireland an international profile through world-class research and teaching. It trains its professionals, including doctors, lawyers, engineers, and technologists, and is a primary source of expertise for policy makers and the wider community.
Delivering a positive student experience, academically and socially, is central to its activities. Queen’s is also determined to play full part in the community it serves.
The University’s mission is: “To provide the widest possible access to learning through international excellence in teaching and research in an environment of equality, tolerance and mutual respect, thereby enhancing educational, economic, social and cultural development in Northern Ireland and throughout the world.”
The successful applicant will take a leading role within the school’s team in delivering professionally accredited programmes in architecture
To deliver safe, progressive and enjoyable activities to children of all ages and abilities in the Queen’s Sport Summer Activity Scheme.
To assist in the co-ordination and delivery of a programme of supervised indoor and outdoor activities, across a variety of sporting and non-sporting themes.
To co-ordinate and supervise the delivery of a programme of supervised indoor and outdoor activities, across a variety of sporting and non-sporting themes
QUB require a Research Fellow (Control Engineering)
To work as part of a flexible operational team within Queen’s Sport whilst providing a courteous, efficient and effective service to students and users
To assist in the operation of the library by providing students and staff with learning materials and information, and to ensure the security of the Library and all of its contents and collections.
To support the development and enhancement of learning and teaching with a particular focus on curriculum development activities.
QUB require a Research Fellow (Practical Quantum-Safe Cryptography)
To provide specialist expertise to lead development of the educational training package as well as manage and assist training within participating PICUs of a national research project
This KTP project will develop new innovative processes to create a novel platform technology for the generation and maturation of fully human antibodies that can be rapidly progressed by clients into clinical development
Reporting to the Head of Procurement, the post holder will be responsible for optimising the way in which Queen’s University Belfast (Queen’s) engages with its internal customers and suppliers to raise service levels and ensure value for money by simplifying processes
QUB research require a Research Fellow - IoT and Embedded System Security
To provide high quality teaching and assessment in the professional and clinical aspects of the undergraduate MPharm and such other programmes as may be required, and other such duties that fall within the general ambit of the post.
The postholder will be based in the GCLP laboratory managed by Dr Vanessa Brown, and will work alongside other staff to provide an effective and efficient technical service for various clinical studies in inflammatory respiratory diseases
The post holder will provide a variety of Occupational Health and Campus Nurse services to staff and students of Queen’s University and Stranmillis University College. He/She will be part of an integrated Occupational Health & Safety team.
Provide clerical, research and organisational support within the Public Affairs and Impact team to support the delivery of Public Affairs elements of the University’s Public Engagement strategy.
Validate the technology and perform high-throughput gene expression analysis of 2,000 colorectal cancers within the MRC/CRUK S-CORT Programme, and other related technologies.
To actively lead, shape and support effective and efficient use of digital assessment, collaboration systems, interactive learning resources, mobile and off-campus student support and examination support (online/practical)
To undertake teaching primarily at postgraduate level, to undertake research supervision (where appropriate), to undertake scholarly activities, and to contribute to School management, administration and outreach
To provide specialist technical services to support research and teaching projects of the laboratory headed by Professor Jose Bengoechea
The role holder will use a DevOps approach to identify, develop and implement flexible, innovative and resilient systems, software and solutions to support the growth of the School’s teaching, research and development activities and to ensure the successful delivery of IT services.
QUB require a Research Fellow
QUB require a Lecturer in Architecture (2 posts)
Excellent opportunity for Electrical Research Technician based in Belfast
Applications are invited from highly motivated scientists for a Post-doctoral Research position focusing on the identification of potential repurposed drugs for paediatric blood cancers
The post holder will track palaeoenvironmental change in the landscape of the Tràng An massif and its surrounding environs and assess the impact of and potential role of human occupation and activities
To undertake research in line with the School’s research strategy, to teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and to contribute to School administration/outreach activity
To strengthen the clinical academic base of Medical Paediatrics within the Centre for Medical Education, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences at Queen's University Belfast (QUB)
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 a specified area so that the overall research objectives of the project/school are met.
This post involves working with a multi-disciplinary, multi-centre team to help evaluate the impact of implementing whole genome sequencing to improve rare disease diagnosis within NI and developing a patient-centred approach to optimise this process for NI's Genomic Medicine Centre.
To develop and implement novel synthetic strategies (Migaud-MCI/USA) to access efficiently a series of nucleos(t)ide derivatives andenable the study of a range of molecular mechanisms controlling and regulating NAD-related biology
The Head of the new School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work will have an internationally recognised research background, with a track record of success in leading and delivering strategic objectives.
This Research Fellow post is part of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) project “Modelling, Analysis, and Design of Ultra-Dense Cellular Networks” with an aim to develop a new model for ultra-dense networks using advanced stochastic geometry
To provide high level skills training, development programmes and learning opportunities for postgraduate students in line with national frameworks and University objectives
To provide senior technical and managerial support within the Molecular Pathology Programme at QUB, aimed at (i) developing a LIMS interface with the ULTRA 5.0 System by Cirdan; and (ii) supporting the research and patient LIMS framework of the programme overall
To support the work of the Strategic Marketing and Communications Office through organising, monitoring and managing media content; assisting with media inquiries; maintaining up-to-date content of Communication webpages; and supporting Communications Officers with stories and articles.
To contribute to the delivery of the Strategic Marketing and Communications strategy in support of the University’s strategic objectives
To lead and manage RF, microwave and millimetre-wave research programmes and measurement facilities within the Centre for Wireless Innovation as part of the ECIT Global Research Institute.
To play a leadership role in the continuing expansion of network security systems group within the QUB Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT), in the Global Research Institute of Electronics, Communications and Information Technology (ECIT