[Humanist] 29.10 job at Trinity Dublin
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 10.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Fri, 8 May 2015 16:10:16 +0100
From: Alexander O'Connor <Alex.OConnor at scss.tcd.ie>
Subject: Vacancy: Research Co-ordinator at ADAPT Centre, TCD, Dublin, Ireland
The ADAPT Centre, (the Centre for Digital Content Technology), hosted by the School of Computer Science & Statistics, is seeking to appoint a full-time Research Co-ordinator.
The ADAPT Centre, (the Centre for Digital Content Technology), hosted by the School of Computer Science & Statistics, is seeking to appoint a Research Co-ordinator to facilitate efficient integration of research tasks and outputs across disparate research groups at multiple research institutions. This is achieved through the application of scientific expertise, technical know-how and research management skills. The successful candidate supports & pro-actively works with researchers in collaborating across themes, across projects and across member institutions within the ADAPT centre. The Research Co-ordinator oversees the planning, management and the execution of integration work-plans across themes, projects and institutions.
The position, based in Trinity College Dublin, will be responsible fot the planning, managing and monitoring of the executive workplan across the research themes. The position provides a vital role in helping to identify and assess research outputs for IP protection and commercial potential and for facilitating cross-ADAPT research collaborations.
Given the cross-institutional nature of this role, the appointee will be required, from time to time, to travel to DCU, UCD and DIT.
Dr. Alexander O'Connor
Knowledge & Data Engineering Group
School of Computer Science & Statistics
Trinity College, University of Dublin
Dublin 2, Ireland
Alex.OConnor at scss.tcd.ie
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