The Institute wishes to recruit to the following positions:
Hourly Paid Part Time Assistant Lecturers
The Institute is currently compiling a database of suitably qualified persons who would be available for appointment, should a vacancy arise, as Hourly Paid Part-time Assistant Lecturers in the following subject areas for the academic year 2016/2017:
School of Engineering:
Software Developers; Mathematics;
Electrical apprenticeship including Electrical Science; Electrical Craft Theory; PLC Programming; Electronics – Practical; Electronics – Theory; Electrical Workshop Practicals; Electronic Labs; Electrical Labs; Assessing Portfolios; Maths; Computing.
School of Science:
Occupational Safety and Health; Biopharmaceutical Science; Human Nutrition; Physics; Analytical Chemistry; Health Science and Physiology; Chemistry;
Biology; Biochemistry; Pharmacology; Environmental Science; Microbiology; Information Technology; Dietetics.
School of Business & Social Sciences:
Montessori 1; Ecology; Health & Safety Law; Foundations of Company Law & Governance; Business Law 1, Law; Foundations in Business Law; The Nature of Insurance 1 (Theory); The Nature of Insurance 2 (Practice); Financial Services; Financial Markets; Introduction to Computer and Text Processing 1.
The minimum qualification required is a relevant primary degree with first or second class honours and 3 years post-qualification experience.
Applicants should also submit covering letter outlining the subject area in which they are qualified to teach. Closing date for receipt of completed applications is 12 noon on Friday 29th July 2016.
Applicants should note that you will only be contacted in the event of a vacancy arising in the subject area that you are qualified to teach.
The Institute of Technology, Sligo is an equal opportunities employer.
If you experience difficulty using the on-line recruitment system you may contact our Recruitment Officer on 071 9155338 for assistance. For further details on how to apply on-line, please see Guidelines on how to apply on-line. These guidelines are published in PDF format. If you do not have a PDF reader installed on your PC, you can download one from here