Applications are invited for these permanent posts in the School of Mathematical Sciences. The School encompasses the disciplines of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics and boasts an excellent record in research and teaching and learning. The School attracts outstanding undergraduate students to its degrees in Mathematical Sciences, and Financial Mathematics and Actuarial Science, as well as offering joint honours degrees with the Department of Physics and providing Mathematical Studies, Mathematics and Applied Mathematics within the university’s Bachelor of Arts degree. There is an active post-graduate research programme and the School offers a number of taught postgraduate programmes. The current research interests of the Department of Mathematics include the following fields: algebraic geometry, differential geometry, global analysis, complex analysis, functional analysis, probability theory (classical and quantum), financial mathematics, algebra, control theory, and coding theory.
Candidates are sought with excellent teaching skills and a strong track record of research in an area of Mathematics/Financial Mathematics. The candidate will be expected to enhance UCC’s excellence in research and to teach across a range of modules offered by the School, and contribute to the development of degree programmes in the School.
For informal enquires, please contact Professor Bernard Hanzon, Professor of Mathematics: Tel: +353 21 4205839 / +353 21 4205818 (secretary) / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Appointment will be made on the Lectureship Salary Scale (new entrants 2011): €31,821 - €51,270 / €62,353 - €81,459
*Existing public servants continuously employed in the public sector on/after 31st December 2010 will be placed on the 2010 salary scales (non new entrants)
Application forms must be completed and are available, together with full details, from www.ucc.ie/en/hr/vacancies or Recruitment Office, Department of Human Resources, University College, Cork, Ireland. Email: email@example.com / Tel: +353 21 490 3691 / Fax: +353 21 427 1568.
Closing date: Monday 20th August 2012 at 12 noon