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Dundalk Institute of Technology

Dundalk Institute of Technology

Established in 1970 and autonomous since January 1993, Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) provides higher educational opportunities in a range of disciplines across Levels 6 – 10 of the National Qualifications Framework, through full-time and part-time programmes. 

 

The Institute is a dynamic provider of higher education and is strategically positioned mid-way along the Dublin-Belfast Corridor, on the south side of Dundalk, a town that combines a rich history with modern industrial development.  It serves as a knowledge and enterprise hub for the North-East region of the Republic of Ireland and is a major contributor to the economic, social, and cultural development of this region with over 5,000 registered students and an impressive 86 acre campus.

 

The Institute, which has four academic schools: Business & Humanities, Engineering, Health & Science and Informatics & Creative Arts, recognises the fundamental importance of recruiting excellent academic staff.

 

Over the past decade the DKIT has positioned itself as one of the leading Institutes of Technology with international reputation, in terms of its research performance.  There has been a continual growth in the Institute’s research expenditure, with in excess of €45M in research funding being secured from both national and international sources, such as, Enterprise Ireland, Science Foundation Ireland, Irish Research Council (IRCSET), the Higher Education Authority, Environmental Protection Agency, the Welcome Trust, National Institutes of Health, cross border funds, Atlantic Philanthropy and the European Union.

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Dundalk Institute of Technology Jobs
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Project Manager, Capital Developments (up to 5 yrs)

DkIT are seeking applications for the post of Project Manager, Capital Development to join the Estates Department.

Assistant Lecturer in Applied Electronic Engineering (Springboard Programme)

The School of Engineering DkIT wishes to recruit an Assistant Lecturer in Applied Electronic Engineering (Springboard Programme).

Assistant Lecturer in Information Systems / Information Technology and Business Studies

The School of Business Studies and Humanities at DkIT wishes to recruit an Assistant Lecturer in IS/IT and Business Studies.

Assistant Lecturer/Lecturer in Civil Engineering

The School of Engineering at DkIT wishes to recruit an Assistant Lecturer/Lecturer in Civil Engineering.

Assistant Lecturer in Computing/Multimedia

The Department of Visual and Human-Centred Computing wishes to recruit an Assistant Lecturer in Computing/Multimedia.

Laboratory Science Technician

DkIT is seeking a person to provide technical support to the Science laboratories. The nature of this post will require the appointee to work closely with the research staff, postgraduate students and technical staff of the relevant Departments.

Assistant Lecturer in Data Science

The Department of Visual and Human-Centred Computing wishes to recruit an Assistant Lecturer in Data Science.

Assistant Lecturer in Agriculture

The School of Health and Science is the second largest School in DkIT and will consist of 3 Departments as follows: • Department of Nursing, Midwifery & Early Years • Department of Life & Health Sciences • Department of Agriculture, Food and Animal Health

Post Doctoral Researcher Beyond 2020

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Researcher on the BEYOND 2020 research cluster project (Burrishoole Ecosystem Observatory Network 2020: www.dkit.ie/beyond-2020).

Assistant Lecturer

Dundalk Institute of Technology is seeking applications for Part Time Assistant Lecturers to support it's current and future programmes.

Dundalk Institute of Technology reviews
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Great place for work

Anonymous in Dundalk, Ireland
current employee in Aug 2017
28/08/2017

The Best Bits

flexible working hours, good training system, nice people work with

Things to improve

wages, promotion, able to give young people more chance to promot

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