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Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

 Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin is Ireland's premier university. With a longstanding reputation as a university of global consequence, excellent teaching and research, Trinity is currently ranked 1st in Ireland and 98th in the world by the QS World University Rankings 2016.

The pursuit of academic excellence through research and scholarship is at the heart of Trinity’s academic endeavours, attracting diverse individuals with incredible curiosity and talent. Trinity is uniquely situated at the nexus of tradition and innovation, offering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across 24 schools and three faculties: arts, humanities, and social sciences; engineering, mathematics and science; and health sciences. Trinity is known for intellectual rigour, excellence, and research-led teaching, and continually focuses on developing interdisciplinary research and scholarship of international significance.

Looking to its rich history, Trinity is proud to boast esteemed alumni, including Nobel prize-winners such as scientist Ernest Walton and writer Samuel Beckett. While celebrating its past and tradition, Trinity continues to look forward to the future. Trinity accounts for one-quarter of all spin-out companies from Irish higher education institutions, helping to turn Ireland into an innovation-intensive, high-productivity economy. That culture of innovation and entrepreneurship is a defining characteristic of our campus as we help shape the next generation of job creators and global citizens in Ireland.

Spread across 51 acres in Dublin’s bustling city centre, Trinity draws visitors from across the world to its historic campus each year. The College’s highlights include the Book of Kells and the Science Gallery, which capture Trinity’s connection to both old and new. Trinity has a 17,000-strong student body, 3,000 staff and over 100,000 alumni across the world. Of the student body, 16% come from outside Ireland and, of those, 40% are from outside the European Union, highlighting Trinity’s cosmopolitan and diverse population and campus.

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Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Jobs
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Space Planning Manager

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  • Updated 19/10/2018
  • Dublin

At least 5 years post qualification experience in a construction development, space utilisation or facility management related employment

Finance Executive, Academic Services Division (ASD)

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  • Updated 19/10/2018
  • Dublin

The successful candidate will be IATI qualified or a part-qualified accountant with an accounting body recognized in Ireland.

Research Assistant -

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  • Updated 18/10/2018
  • Dublin

A Research Assistant position is available in the Translational Neuroimmunology Group at the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, Trinity College Dublin 24 month Fixed-term Contract – Full-time.

Chair of Strategic Management

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  • Updated 17/10/2018
  • Dublin

Chair of Strategic Management, Permanent (full time or part time), Trinity Business School

Social Media Executive Officer (2 positions available)

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  • Updated 16/10/2018
  • Dublin

Post Title: Social Media Executive Officer (2 positions available) Post Status: 3-year fixed term contract (full time)

Graduate Trainee Accountant

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  • Updated 16/10/2018
  • Dublin

Graduate Trainee Accountant

CEO of Tangent – Trinity’s Ideas Workspace

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  • Updated 15/10/2018
  • Dublin

CEO of Tangent – Trinity’s Ideas Workspace

The Ryanair Chair of Entrepreneurship

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  • Updated 12/10/2018
  • Dublin

The Ryanair Chair of Entrepreneurship, Permanent (full time or part time), Trinity Business School

Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin reviews
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The enthusiasm disappeared after day 2

Employee in Consulting in Dublin, Ireland
former employee in 2013
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The Best Bits

the prestigious name of the organisation other than that nothing else

Things to improve

Facilities, wheelchair accessible and less hierarchy. More flexibility with the times as well. Salaries are very low. Entry level 25k

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reception duties

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Good Introduction to Higher Education

Employee in Management in Dublin, Ireland
former employee in 2018
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17/10/2018

The Best Bits

The work/life balance. There was never the expectation to sacrifice your personal obligations for work purposes.

Things to improve

There are few channels for progression and the institution suffers from a severe hierarchy and resistant to change.

About The Job

Developing digital solutions, including communications plans (social media, events planning, advertising etc.) that build strong brand awareness to events and initiatives led by different schools and departments. Budgetary accountability for the department and assume the responsibility for accurate and timely budgetary management (i.e. quarterly forecasting, payroll reviews and audits of current spending). At Trinity, you would support the mission to constantly communicate with all the individuals and organisations that make the university so special; students, staff, alumni, government, researchers, potential students, donors, the media and society. Responsible for assisting in the development and management of the University’s public affairs and communications strategy and for providing a support and advisory service to staff in these areas.

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My Time In Trinity!

Employee in Science in Dublin, Ireland
former employee in 2016
09/10/2018

The Best Bits

Great opportunities  and room for progression. Very supportive and friendly. 

Things to improve

Management need to be more assertive with lazy and uncooperative staff members. 

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Assisting researchers in drug trials.

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