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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Employer Engagement Officer

The Employer Engagement Officer will work with the Director of Careers to develop an employer engagement plan to contribute to the new Strategic Plan for the Trinity Careers Service.

Data Manager

  • 35000 - 45000
  • Updated 16/01/2018
  • Dublin

The Data Manager will work in a multidisciplinary environment in support of policy and academic research on a wide range of issues. This position will work closely with the research staff in creating, managing, and analysing large and complex data files.

Associate Professor in Marketing

Post Title: Associate Professor in Marketing Post Status: Permanent contract (full-time) Department/Faculty: Trinity Business School

Associate Professor in Operations & Supply Chain Management

Post Title: Associate Professor in Operations & Supply Chain Management Post Status: Permanent Contract (full-time) Department/Faculty: Trinity Business School

Career Development & Alumni Officer

Career Development & Alumni Officer, 5-year, fixed-term contract (full time).Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin

Faculty HR Partner

Faculty HR Partner

Trinity College Dublin reviews

interesting place to work but career development is non existent

Anonymous in Dublin City, Ireland
current employee in S 2017

The Best Bits

Access to new emerging technologies. Working some of the best researchers.

Things to improve

Progression for support staff in all areas from teaching to research.


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Great university!

Anonymous in Dublino, Irlanda
current employee in M 2017

The Best Bits

The atmosphere is very friendly and colleagues are very professional.

Things to improve

Maybe training and opportunities to improve our job expertise in my field


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A lot of work to be done to improve the student experience.

Anonymous in Dublin, Ireland
current employee in A 2017

The Best Bits

International recognition, good links for commuting, good research facilities and support staff

Things to improve

Support for research students is extremely disappointing with little or no oversight on PIs


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