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The sociology department in Trinity College Dublin is looking for a mixed
methods network analyst.

I'm no longer in the department, so please direct queries to the Head of
Department, details in the online Job Description.

See listing details below.

Katie Sheehan

Post Title: Assistant Professorship in Sociology, Tenure Track

Post Status: Tenure Track*

Department/Faculty: Sociology, School of Social Sciences and Philosophy
Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin

Location: Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, College Green,
Dublin 2, Ireland

Reports to: Head of Department of Sociology and Head of School of Social
Sciences and Philosophy

Salary: Appointment will be made on the Lecturer Salary Scale at a point in
line with Government Pay Policy [€34,214 to €83,102 per annum]. Appointment
will be made no higher than point 8 (i.e. €48,572).

Hours of Work: Hours of work for academic staff are those as prescribed
under Public Service Agreements. For further information please follow the
link below:


Have an excellent academic record and hold a PhD in Sociology or a cognate
Have or be willing to acquire an appropriate postgraduate professional
qualification in third-level teaching (e.g. by taking the new Trinity
College Postgraduate programme in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
for which fees will be paid).

Closing Date: 12 Noon (Irish Standard Time) on Friday, 8th February 2019

*This position is a Tenure Track position which is 5-years in the first
instance, permanency is subject to satisfying the tenure requirements.

Interviews for this post are likely to be held on 27th March 2019.

The successful candidate is expected to be in position by the 1st September

Post Summary

Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, invites applications for
a full-time Assistant Professorship in Sociology (any area of
specialisation), Department of Sociology, School of Social Sciences and

The successful candidate, will have a PhD in Sociology or a cognate
discipline, will be expected to contribute significantly to the research
output and teaching programmes (both undergraduate and postgraduate) of the
Department. They will have, relative to career stage, a track record in
research, including high-impact scholarship and international publications,
teaching and supervision at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Applications are sought from candidates with expertise in quantitative
and/or mixed methodologies that align with the priority research areas of
the Department as detailed on the departmental website ( We particularly invite applicants
with expertise in the area of social networks but applications will be
considered from sociologists carrying out high quality research in any
substantive field. The appointee will be expected to engage in wider public
and policy debates, and to foster collaboration with other Departments in
College and external research bodies.

The successful candidate will be expected to be available to discharge the
full range of duties associated with this post in teaching, research,
administration and contribution to College life and its community over the
course of the full calendar year. Trinity College Dublin is an equal
opportunities employer and invites applications from all suitably qualified
candidates. Trinity College also works to promote work/life balance and
facilitates this through College policy and practices.

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