Job title: Assistant Professor in Political Science and Qualitative Methods
- Institution Name: Department of Political Science, Trinity College Dublin
- Deadline for applications: 12 Noon 4th March 2024
- Web link for further information: http://jobs.tcd.ie
The Department of Political Science, School of Social Sciences and Philosophy is seeking to appoint an Assistant Professor in Political Science and Qualitative Methods, to commence on 1st September 2024. This is a tenure-track position.
The School wishes to make the appointment in the area of Political Science and Qualitative Methods. The area of specialization is open, but the preferred candidate should be able to teach modules in qualitative research methods (including case studies, process tracing, and interviews). The preferred candidate must also be able to teach courses in substantive areas of politics (e.g., comparative politics, international relations, political communication) of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students. The ideal candidates will have an approach to research that complements the Department of Political Science’s existing strengths in comparative and institutional analysis.
The normal teaching load for an Assistant Professor in the department would be four semester-length modules per year. A single semester-length module normally requires 22 hours of FTF teaching. Assistant professors are also expected to do a certain amount of postgraduate research supervision and to contribute to the administration of the programme and/or the department more generally.
Post status: 5 Year Fixed Term, Tenure Track Post
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Salary: This appointment will be made on the Lecturer Full Salary Scale (€38,719 - €94,031 per annum) at a point in line with current Government pay policy. monthly/weekly payscales. (tcd.ie)
Candidates must submit the following to http://jobs.tcd.ie:
Full curriculum vitae to include the names and contact details of 3 referees.
Cover letter – 2 x A4 pages maximum.
Teaching statement (summarizing teaching experience and approach – 2xA4 pages maximum).
Materials in support of demonstrating teaching experience and excellence, such as student evaluations of modules taught, teaching awards, etc, where available.
List of publications (but no need to include the publications themselves).
Research plan (summarizing research to be carried out in the next three years– 2xA4 pages maximum)
Please Note: Candidates who do not submit the requested information will not be considered for shortlisting.
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