University College Cork (UCC) is the principal university in the province of Munster, and the largest outside Dublin. UCC is also a constituent university of the National University of Ireland. The present college was founded in 1845, but there has been an educational establishment in Cork for over 1,200 years. Its annual expenditure (turnover) is EUR150m (IR£70m), and it is engaged in a substantial capital development programme.
UCC has a student population of over 14, 500 (12, 000) students. Degrees are granted in all disciplines. There is a strong emphasis on research and the college has close connections with industry and with the local community.
UCC is one of the largest employers in Cork, with over 1,700 staff. The University occupies a large campus which provides a wide range of amenities to both staff and students, including banking and parking facilities, shops, travel office, sports complex, and a choice of restaurants in a picturesque setting.
If you join our team, we offer you a career with a secure and exciting future, with opportunities for advancement to promotional grades, aided by in-house training courses, and generous study leave and fee concessions for third level courses to help you achieve your full potential.
As a member of our staff you will enjoy an attractive benefits package which includes:
We continually recruit staff in the following categories:
and are now pleased to invite applications for the following posts:
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UCC wishes to appoint an experienced applicant to the role of Marine Incubation Manager (Senior Research Co-ordinator).
UCC wishes to appoint to the role of Director of Development. A seasoned fundraiser with significant major gift success and campaign exposure, the Director of Development will assume responsibility and direction for UCC’s major and planned giving efforts.