Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Growing up in Ireland: data analyst/post doc position

Growing Up in Ireland is the National Longitudinal Study of Children. University College Dublin is recruiting a Data Manager-Analyst post-doc as part of a Research Program dedicated to the data.

Applications are made on-line, job reference 004122. The deadline is 6 September 2010. A brief description is below:

This 3-year post-doctoral post arises under the UCD Growing Up in Ireland Research Programme which is currently being designed and initiated in order to promote, coordinate and support research on data now coming on stream from the Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) Survey – the National Longitudinal Study of Children. The GUI Data Manager-Analyst will act in two main roles:
• a researcher carrying out independent and/or joint research on the GUI data;
• a data manager and technical statistical adviser serving other UCD researchers working on the programme.
The post-holder may also be requested to contribute to postgraduate teaching in UCD directly relevant to the GUI Research Programme. It is envisaged that the post-holder’s working time will be divided approximately as follows: 45 per cent on research, 45 per cent on data management and technical advice and 10 per cent on teaching.
Salary range: €35,000 to €52,000 p.a.
Appointment on the range will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Informal enquiries ONLY to: Professor Tony Fahey, Head, School of Applied Social Science & Coordinator, UCD Growing up in Ireland Research Programme
email: tony.fahey@ucd.ie
phone: + 353 1 716 8231