Current Vacancies

BiOrbic research funding officer

Basic Details

BiOrbic Research Funding Officer

Salary: €50,000 – € 55,000 per annum
Location: University College Dublin (Hybrid)
Hours: Full-time or part-time
Contract: Fixed term, 4 year post
Deadline: Apply by the 19 December 2023

Description

As Research Funding Officer you will have responsibility for supporting BiOrbic’s researchers to apply for and successfully secure exchequer funding. Specifically, you will identify opportunities and coordinate national funding bids. Particular emphasis will be placed on SFI Challenge funding calls, Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund and large national funding grants of strategic importance to the centre. In addition, the Research Programme Officer will support researchers to seek philanthropic funding including developing, managing and implementing a research funding strategy dedicated to supporting philanthropic engagement.

The Centre has ambitious funding targets, and this will be a key focus of the role. The Research Programme Officer will work under the direction of the Research Funding Manager, to ensure all key performance indicators and cost share targets are met. This role will require active engagement in national and international networks and programmes.

You will also support delivery of the Centres research programme through coordination of the Centre’s data management activities as well as research integrity and established open science protocols.

Apply and Enquire

Informal enquiries to Christine Shortt  at christine.shortt@ucd.ie

Apply via the UCD vacancies website  https://www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/ using reference number 016715.

To read the full job description please follow  this link. 

UCD Post-doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 – Life Cycle Assessment of Agri-waste supply chains

Basic Details

UCD Post-doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 – Life Cycle Assessment of Agri-waste supply chains

Salary: €42,033 – € €48,427per annum
Location: University College Dublin
Hours: Full time
Contract: Fixed term end date March 31st 2024
Deadline: Apply by the 22nd September 2023

Description

The agricultural sector is the major contributor to the overall greenhouse emissions in Ireland, and is currently in the process to incorporate environmental considerations in parallel with looking for new valorisation paths for agricultural waste. This project addresses the potential transformation of agri-waste into high value, low carbon products by analysing and enhancing current and emerging agri-waste supply chains.

The candidate will carry out a life cycle assessment to determine the effects of current and proposed supply chain for agricultural waste in the environment, considering impacts such as; global warming potential, freshwater eutrophication, acidification, energy demand, water use and land use.

Apply and Enquire

Informal enquiries to Dr Amanda Sosa Amanda.sosa@ucd.ie

Apply via the UCD vacancies website  https://www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/

To read the full job description please follow  this link 

UCD Post-doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 – Assessment of processing technologies for Agricultural waste

Basic Details

UCD Post-doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 – Assessment of processing technologies for Agricultural waste

Salary: €42,033 – € €48,427per annum
Location: University College Dublin
Hours: Full time
Contract: Fixed term end date March 31st 2024
Deadline: Apply by the 22nd September 2023

Description

The agricultural sector is the major contributor to the overall greenhouse emissions in Ireland, and is currently in the process to incorporate environmental considerations in parallel with looking for new valorisation paths for agricultural waste. This project addresses the potential transformation of agri-waste into high value, low carbon products by analysing and enhancing current and emerging agri-waste supply chains.

TThe candidate will carry out research into the available and feasible technologies available for transforming agri-waste into high added products. This is a research focused role, where you will conduct a specified programme of research supported

Apply and Enquire

Informal enquiries to Dr Amanda Sosa Amanda.sosa@ucd.ie

Apply via the UCD vacancies website https://www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/

To read the full job description please follow this link