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Assistant Lecturer in Financial Economics (Specifi

Dublin Institute of Technology..

  • Dublin City Centre / Dublin North / Dublin South
  • Not disclosed
  • Temporary full-time
  • Updated 04/03/2013
  • Martha Burke
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Please complete the online application form which can be found by clicking "click here to apply" below.  You will receive an acknowle


Please complete the online application form which can be found by clicking "click here to apply" below.  You will receive an acknowledgement by email immediately after submitting the form.  Interested applicants must fully complete the online application form as incomplete forms will not be accepted.  You may attach a CV to accompany your application form, but it is not sufficient to state "See CV" on the form.  Please ensure that you submit your application not later than:

Latest day for receipt of applications on our online recruitment system is

4th March 2013

Late applications will not be accepted.

Tel: +353-1-402 7516

Fax: +353-1-402 3395


Please note, should you have any queries in relation to the submission of your application, support is available at the contact details listed above Monday – Friday, 09.00 – 17.00.

You are also advised that you can only submit one application per competition.  Should you have any issues with your submission, please contact us.

 Job Description:

The School of Accounting and Finance is seeking to fill a position at Assistant Lecturer grade in the area of Financial Economics.  The appointee will be expected to have a well developed research interest in the field of financial economics and be capable of making an immediate contribution to the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the school.

Nature of the Post:

This post is to cover for a staff member who has been assigned to another post in the Institute and this contract will cease when this purpose ends.

The post is wholetime, specified purpose and pensionable, subject to the terms of the provisions of the Dublin Institute of Technology Acts 1992 to 2006 and any subsequent Acts replacing or amending these Acts and any orders and regulations made under these Acts will apply. 

This contract post is subject to public policy in respect of recruitment on the public sectors (for example as outlined in the ‘Employment Control Framework for Higher Education Sector’ published by the Higher Education Authority pursuant to the Moratorium on Recruitment and Promotions in the Public Service). It is a condition of this contract post, that if the Institute is obliged to terminate the post for reasons outside of its control (such as State policy), a redundancy will arise in respect of this position.


The appointee will play an active role in the academic direction of courses including teaching, research, academic assessment and academic administration. The appointee should carry out such duties as are assigned by management including but not limited to:-

a)      Teaching such assigned classes as deemed appropriate by management of the Institute, day or evening, up to 630 hours per annum including supervision of post-graduate students where appropriate. There will be a norm of 18 class contact hours per week, which may be varied from 16 to 20 in consultation with the teacher.  Where a lecturer is supervising a Tutor/Demonstrator, a reduction in teaching hours will be applied on the basis of one-hour reduction per three hours demonstration/tutorials supervised;

b)      Carrying out assessment, monitoring and evaluation of examinations work, and providing an academic and consultative supp.....

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