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Assistant Lecturer/Lecturer in Psychology Fulltime, Permanent Post



Mary Immaculate College (MIC) is an autonomous, university-level, Catholic College of Education and the Liberal Arts. Founded in 1898, and linked academically with the University of Limerick, MIC is the oldest higher education institution in Limerick. Significant expansion in recent decades has seen the College’s offerings proliferate across two impressive campuses, one based in the heart of Limerick City and one in Thurles, Co. Tipperary. The diverse student community is made up of more than 5,000 learners, participating in nine undergraduate degree programmes and a multiplicity of postgraduate opportunities extending to doctoral level. Academic staff are engaged in a wide range of research interests which underpins all teaching and learning at the College. 

Applications are invited for the following position:

Assistant Lecturer/Lecturer in Psychology
Fulltime, Permanent Post

Mary Immaculate College wishes to appoint an Assistant Lecturer/Lecturer in Psychology on a full-time, permanent basis, commencing Autumn Semester 2017.

The Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts, seeks an innovative and involved faculty member to teach on Psychology programmes within the Faculty of Arts. Under the direction of the Head of Department of Psychology and the Dean of Arts, the successful candidate will comple
ment an enthusiastic team, contribute to the teaching and supervision of psychology for undergraduates and postgraduate students across faculties and contribute to the academic life of the college. 

Full details on this post, including how to apply are available on the College’s website .Please refer to the application and selection process before making an application.


Mary Immaculate College is an equal opportunities employer.
Cuirfear fáilte roimh iarratais ó dhaoine go bhfuil dearcadh dearfach acu i leith na Gaeilge.

Closing date is 2pm on Friday, 28th July, 2017

Candidates will be short-listed on the basis of information supplied.
Canvassing will disqualify.



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