National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway) is counted among the Top 300 universities in the world according to the most prestigious rankings, positioned in the top 2% globally. Inspiring minds since 1845 as a research-led university, NUI Galway is one of the oldest and largest universities in Ireland. The campus community includes over 21,000 students and staff and 110,000 alumni located in over 100 countries across the world.
J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at NUI Galway is a vibrant, dynamic and world-leading school. Energised by its regional edge on the west coast of Ireland, J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics is a globally-engaged School of Business and Economics for the public good that makes a transformative impact for students, society and business.
The School has successfully attained AACSB and AMBA accreditation as well as EFMD programme accreditation. The School has 2,800 students, over 120 faculty, research and professional services staff, and over 30 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
The School’s new Strategic Plan 2021-2025 is centred around four key strategic priority areas of research and impact, teaching and learning, external engagement and internationalisation. J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics champions core values of respect, excellence, openness and sustainability. Its vision for the next four years is to make a global impact for the public good by addressing grand challenges through its teaching, research and influence on public policy.
As part of the School’s new strategic plan, the School has recently announced a significant investment plan including the addition of 16 new academic positions across the School’s five disciplines. The School is committed to attracting, retaining and developing globally talented academic staff in areas aligned with its strategic priorities.
As part of the School’s investment plan, applications are now invited for the post of Lecturer above the Bar in Economics of Health and Well-Being in the Discipline of Economics.
The successful candidate will contribute to teaching, supervision, and examining at all levels, engage in scholarship and research, and contribute to the administration of the Discipline, the School, and the College. The successful candidate will play a key role, working with colleagues from across the University, and national and international collaborators, to develop existing and new priority research areas, which align to the new values-led University strategy for the period 2020-2025, Shared Vision, Shaped by Values.
Candidates should hold a PhD in Economics, have demonstrated ability in teaching and capacity for supervision at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and have a research profile commensurate with the position. The successful candidate will contribute to: relevant teaching and examining at all levels, including the B.A., B.Comm. and B.Sc. degrees at undergraduate level and the various Masters programmes at postgraduate level, particularly in health-related programmes; engage in scholarship and research; and assist with administration and the development of the Economics Discipline and the School.
For more information and Application Form please see website: http://www.nuigalway.ie/cairnes/jobs
Closing date: Thursday, 6th January 2022.