Job offer in Ireland Teaching Fellow at Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

Post Status: Three-year contract (Full or Part time).

Location: School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin.

Closing Date: 12 Noon (Irish Standard Time), 25th July 2019.

The successful applicant will be expected to take up post as soon as possible.

Post Summary

Salary: Appointment will be made on 1st point (EUR 34,214) of the Teaching Fellow Salary Scale in line with Government Pay Policy

The School of Computer Science and Statistics invites applications for full or part-time Teaching Fellows in Computer Science and/or Statistics. Applicants must hold a postgraduate degree or have equivalent experience in Computer Science or Statistics. Applicants must also have an excellent academic track record relative to their career stage. Teaching Fellows will be expected to teach at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level (through lectures, laboratories, tutorials or other learning activities), supervise student projects and dissertations and undertake administrative tasks supporting teaching and learning in the School.

The School is seeking individuals with vision, enthusiasm and a genuine commitment to the vital role of teaching. The ideal candidates will demonstrate a flair for innovation in course design and teaching methods. They will be valued members of the academic community in the School of Computer Science and Statistics.
Candidates wishing to discuss the post informally should contact by e-mail to:

Professor Jonathan Dukes, Director of Teaching and Learning (Undergraduate)

e-mail: Jonathan.Dukes@scss.tcd.ie

Standard Duties and Responsibilities of the Post

The successful candidate will:

• Teach Computer Science and/or Statistics subjects at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level, in large lecture and small group formats and in laboratories, tutorials or other learning activities;

• Supervise student projects and dissertations at undergraduate and postgraduate level;

• Assist other academic staff in the delivery of modules to large student cohorts;

• Develop learning environments that are consistent with modern teaching and learning practices;

• Undertake appropriate administrative duties as directed by the Head of School, for example, coordinating the activities of Demonstrators and Teaching Assistants and managing School initiatives such as the Undergraduate Programming Centre;

• Support School activities such as Open Day exhibitions and;

• Undertake other responsibilities as assigned by the Head of School

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