Senior Professor in Astronomy & Astrophysics

Location
Dublin
Salary
Highly Competitive
Posted
16 June 2017
Closes
31 July 2017
Sector
Education
Position / level
Professional
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

The School of Cosmic Physics is seeking candidates for the position of Senior Professor and Head of its Astronomy & Astrophysics section which will become vacant in June 2018.

The successful nominee will be expected to define and lead an innovative research programme in the Astronomy & Astrophysics section in the areas of Exoplanetary Systems and/or Sun-Earth Interactions, building on the section’s strengths in Star Formation and the Interstellar Medium.  Linking the new activities to work in the Geophysics Section of the School is desirable.   Other current areas of strength are High Energy Astrophysics, and the curating, mining, and knowledge extraction from large data sets.

This is a research position and carries no undergraduate teaching responsibilities.  Guest lecturing in higher education institutions is encouraged. Supervision of graduate students and mentoring of postdoctoral fellows is required.

The post is permanent and pensionable with an attaching salary of €150,212 (PPC scale) €142,702 (Standard scale).

Interested scientists are invited to apply by sending an e-mail application - click APPLY.  The application should comprise a single PDF attachment containing:

(1) The candidate’s standard academic CV.

(2) The candidate’s list of publications, including brief notes on the five most significant.

(3) The candidate’s research vision for the Astronomy & Astrophysics section within the School of Cosmic Physics (maximum 3 A4 pages).

(4) Optionally up to two further A4 pages containing any supplemental material the candidate wishes to add.

All applications received before close of business on 31 July 2017 will be acknowledged and considered by a Search Committee appointed by the Governing Board of the School of Cosmic Physics.  The Search Committee may, at its absolute discretion, in addition consider late applications or candidates other than those who apply directly.  Shortlisted candidates will be requested to provide contact details of three academic referees.  It is planned to hold interviews in September/ October 2017.

https://dias.ie/SeniorProfVacancy

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