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Health Technology Assessment Analyst
The purpose of this role is to join a multidisciplinary team with responsibility for the effective implementation of HIQA’s programmes to deliver high quality health technology assessments, other evidence-based advice and evidence synthesis outputs, and therefore to embed evidence-based methodology in the health decision-making processes in Ireland. The HTA team, overall, comprises approximately 30 analysts. The scope of HIQA’s work includes providing evidence synthesis and evidence-based advice to inform the public health response to COVID-19, providing evidence synthesis to support the work of the National Screening Advisory Committee, and health technology assessment advice to inform investment or disinvestment in health technologies and programmes. HIQA also performs evidence synthesis to support the development of National Clinical Guidelines & Audit and the development of national health policy, and appraises and develops evidence synthesis reviews related to medical exposure to ionising radiation. HIQA works collaboratively with high-level stakeholders, with academic groups and with international HTA agencies to deliver on these objectives. Methods development and academic outputs are actively encouraged and the Directorate hosts a range of post-graduate fellowships and an active post-graduate degree training programme. The post holder will actively engage in the work of the HTA directorate and of HIQA to deliver on the annual business plan in line with the strategic objectives as outlined in HIQA’s Corporate Plan. The HTA Analyst will undergo comprehensive training in evidence synthesis and HTA, which will include the opportunity to pursue externally delivered training. A number of opportunities to pursue a paid postgraduate degree (PhD or Master’s) will be available to those who score highest at interview. There are currently three vacant, fixed-term positions for immediate appointment: 1 full-time (37 hours per week) contract fixed-term, for three years 1 full-time (37 hours per week) contract, fixed-term for one year 1 part-time (18.5 hours per week) contract, fixed-term for two years In addition, HIQA may create a panel for future fixed-term and or permanent vacancies that may arise. For full job description and details on how to apply: https://www.hiqa.ie/about-us/careers Closing date: 5.00pm Monday 9th August 2021 Please note that this advertisement is being hosted by the Public Appointments Service on publicjobs.ie. The Public Appointments Service has no involvement in, or responsibility for, the recruitment and selection process or the terms and conditions which relate to this post.
Research Assistant, APC Microbiome
24 Month, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position Summary APC Microbiome Ireland (APC) is a leading global centre in gut microbiota research. Researchers in the APC are transforming knowledge of the gut microbiome into ways to improve human and animal health. The APC has made several landmark discoveries and has published over 2,500 research articles in peer-reviewed journals. The APC comprises over 300 individuals, from the scientific PI’s (the APC Faculty) funded by the partner Institutions, the management team, and a dedicated group of research scientists, research assistants and postgraduate students. The O’Toole lab has a globally-leading position in microbiome analysis in healthy aging, and in investigating diet-microbiome interactions. The MASTER project is an EU Horizons2020-funded project, co-ordinated by APC PI Prof. Paul Cotter in Teagasc Moore park. It addresses a significant challenge within the ‘LC-SFS-03-2018: Microbiome applications for sustainable food systems’ by virtue of its RELEVANCE TO MICROBIOMES ALONG THE ENTIRE FOOD CHAIN, yielding outputs of commercial relevance across many products and processes areas. We will harness microbiome knowledge to significantly enhance the health and resilience of fish, plants, soil, animals and humans. To advance the research undertaken by the O’Toole lab in MASTER, we are now seeking to recruit a two-year Research Assistant to help us evaluate the effect of diverse dietary ingredients on the gut microbiome. This will be a position at the exciting interface between food technology, microbiology and bioinformatics, with a focus on developing health-promoting food products that promote gut health. The job will be based in the O’Toole PAC in the School of Microbiology, main UCC campus, Cork. It will involve a number of approaches and methods including the artificial colon model (batch fermenter). Role: To perform high-level research on the role of the gut microbiome in promoting gut health, and the effect of diet on the microbiome Required qualifications: MSc and a minimum of 2 years research experience in projects involving molecular microbiology, bacteriology and molecular biology. Knowledge of gut microbiome analysis, and the use of batch fermenters or an artificial colon model is desirable, but training will be available. Project Title: MASTER Post Duration: 24 months Salary: €23,061 - €35,922 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 047911. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Paul O’Toole, Prof, APC Microbiome Ireland, Tel: + 353 (0) 21 4903997; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Post-doctoral Researcher, School Of Chemistry And Environmental Research Institute
36 Month, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position summary A position is available for a Post-Doctoral Researcher with a background in atmospheric chemistry or physics to investigate gas-phase radical species in a unique state-of-the-art atmospheric simulation chamber facility. Air quality and climate change are among the biggest societal challenges that we face today. Atmospheric free radicals, particularly hydroxyl (•OH) and nitrate (•NO3), are the drivers of chemical processes that determine atmospheric composition and thus influence local and global air quality and climate. Atmospheric radicals influence greenhouse gas lifetimes (climate change), the formation of atmospheric acids (acid rain) and the production of ground-level ozone and secondary organic aerosols (photochemical smog, regional air quality) which affects the health of humans, animals and plants. This Post-Doctoral Research Assistant position is part of a new European project called RADICAL (https://radical-air.eu/), which is focused on developing the science and technology to electrically detect and quantify atmospheric radicals using next-generation technologies. The candidate will work with a team of scientists in UCC and several other European institutes. This research project is funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 programme, co-ordinated by researchers in the Materials Chemistry and Analysis Group (MCAG), Prof. Justin Holmes and Dr Subhajit Biswas, in collaboration with the Centre for Research into Atmospheric Chemistry (CRAC), Prof. John Wenger and Dr Stig Hellebust. The researcher will be based in the Centre for Research into Atmospheric Chemistry (CRAC), which is a key research centre within the Environmental Research Institute (https://www.ucc.ie/en/eri/) at University College Cork. The CRAC (https://www.ucc.ie/en/crac/) has been a European leader in atmospheric chemistry research for over two decades and performs a wide-range of research activities which encompass, laboratory, field and modelling studies related to atmospheric chemistry, air quality and climate. The candidate will also work closely with the Materials Chemistry and Analysis Group (MCAG), led by Prof. Justin Holmes. The MCAG ( https://www.ucc.ie/en/mcag/) performs research into new materials for electronic, energy, environmental and catalytic applications, addressing key challenges in nanoscale science and sustainability. The group use a diverse range of techniques to grow, assemble, modify and characterise materials, including cutting-edge nanofabrication, microscopy and spectroscopic approaches. We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated person with a high level of initiative, capable of working independently and within a team. The candidate should have fluent English and excellent communication, organization, planning and interpersonal skills. The project involves regular communication and co-operation with stakeholders. Ideally, the candidate will have experience in one or more of the following areas: - spectroscopic methods for detection of gas-phase species - mass spectrometry techniques used in atmospheric science, such as chemical ionization mass spectrometry, aerosol mass spectrometry etc. - multivariate statistics, Chemometrics or machine learning techniques - air quality monitoring and associated data analysis - designing and/or conducting atmospheric simulation chamber experiments - gas or liquid sensors. Project Title: Simulation Chamber studies of atmospheric radicals in the gas phase Post Duration: 36 Months Salary: €38,630 - €45,942 p.a. (IUA Salary Scale) For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 047991. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Professor John Wenger, Email Address: email@example.com, Telephone: +353 (0) 87 2127531.
Research Support Officer-administration, Infant Centre
2 Years, Fixed-Term, Whole-time Post Position summary The INFANT Research Centre was established in 2013 and is dedicated to maternal and child health research. The overarching vision of INFANT is to advance maternal and child health translational research and to place Ireland to the forefront of this field. INFANT is hosted by University College Cork (UCC), co-located in CUH and CUMH and is focused on delivering scientific excellence and impact through a range of activities in academic, translational and commercial areas. The INFANT team is a diverse group of clinicians, scientists, engineers who are supported by selected industry partners, international collaborators and business and regulatory advisors. INFANT has over 100 staff, a funding portfolio of over €45M and collaborates with over 40 industry partners and over 50 international academic Institutions. The Centre is funded by a range of national and international funding agencies, EU, industry and philanthropy. INFANT Research Centre is now accepting applications for a Research Support Officer- Administration (Senior Programme Manager), supporting a range of research studies including the c4c programme portfolio. Conect4children (collaborative network for European clinical trials for children - c4c) is a pan-European network that aims to build capacity for the management of multinational paediatric clinical trials across Europe whilst ensuring the voices of children, young people and their families are heard. c4c is a large public-private partnership, funded under IMI2, one of the largest public-private partnerships in health and life sciences in the world. The programme is scaling up the trials that it will run across Europe and a number of clinical trials are due to commence in clinical sites in Ireland. The senior programme manager will be responsible day-to-day coordination, site contracts, reporting and budget management. Engaging with senior stakeholders from academia, clinical sites, industry and beneficiaries in the c4c consortium will be a key part of the role, as well as liaising with the national hub and national sites. Supporting the in4kids and c4c Network generally and communication platforms in particular will also form part of this role. INFANT seeks a dynamic, innovative and committed Senior Programme Manager to manage the c4c project responsibilities of INFANT/UCC. This will involve work across all study sites and to co-ordinate national communications to promote paediatric research in Ireland. The post holder will provide administrative support to the project PI and work closely with other team members to provide general administrative support for all project activities. The Senior Programme Manager will be required to have extensive contracting, reporting, website maintenance, clinical research, data management and budget management skills. This is a full time post, but appointment at 0.8 FTE may also be considered. Project Title: c4c Project Post Duration: 2 years Salary: €60,000 p.a. (Personal Rate), pro rata, FTE dependent. For an information package including full details of the post, selection criteria and application process see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 047711 Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Professor Geraldine Boylan; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research Support Officer, Clinical Facility
12 Months, Fixed-term, Whole-time Post Position summary This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated person with experience in Quality and Monitoring and Coordination of Clinical Trials to join the Heath Research Board (HRB)-Clinical Research Facility Cork. The facility was established to promote excellence in the design, safe conduct and analysis of patient focused research. It provides the necessary space, expertise and equipment to allow medical professionals in Munster to work at the cutting edge of clinical research. The HRB-CRF-C allows breakthroughs in laboratory research, drug therapy, food supplements, medical devices and care pathways to be converted into more effective, safer treatments of patients in a timely and efficient fashion. The HRB-CRF-C supports research undertaken through UCC and its affiliated hospitals as well as in primary care settings. It is funded by the HRB and is operated as a joint venture with UCC, Cork University Hospital (CUH) and Mercy University Hospital (MUH). The Clinical Trial Study Coordinator-Monitor will be responsible for helping assure the quality of Clinical Trials in Ireland and abroad. This will involve monitoring study sites and also carrying out internal quality reviews on clinical trials carried out by CRF-C clinical personnel. Note: Travel within Ireland, UK and Europe for 20-30% of the time is a necessary part of the role Post Duration: 12 months Salary : €40,000 p.a. (Personal Rate) Project Title: EU Response SolidAct For an information package including further details of the post see https://ore.ucc.ie/. Job ID: 047931. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Dr Ruben E Keane, Quality and Regulatory Affairs Manager, Email address: email@example.com, Telephone: (021) 4901928.
Closing Date for applications: 29th July 2021 Research Chemists, Pfizer Process Development Centre, Cork (Fixed Term Contract) About Pfizer Process Development Centre The Pfizer global Process Development Centre (PDC) is an innovative team which develops new API processes and technology for the Pfizer global manufacturing network. Additionally, the PDC leads and supports various supply assurance projects for the global manufacturing network. Our team works closely with global research and operations teams enabling the manufacture of life saving medicines. About the role We now have several new openings for experienced Research Chemists to join our team based in Cork, Ireland. The successful candidates will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team working with leading edge technology. The PDC is a vibrant, dynamic team with excellent career development and advancement opportunities. These roles will require attendance at our facility in Cork and the ability to work from home with minimal supervision. What we offer An attractive and competitive package of pay and conditions. Excellent opportunities for career enhancement and development. A well-established further education programme. Opportunity to travel to other Pfizer sites and locations. A strong personal development programme. About the position Reporting to the PDC Director, the successful candidate’s responsibilities may include the following: Apply synthetic chemistry and mechanistic expertise to support commercial API processes at relevant API sites. Apply highly specialised synthetic chemistry theoretical and process development skills to design and maintain safe, efficient, and robust processes including full-scale qualification and/or commercial validation batches meeting contemporary regulatory standards. Contribute a range of highly innovative chemistry and process development ideas to support global process development projects. Demonstrate problem solving delivering chemistry and process understanding. Investigate new technologies and process development approaches to bring added value to Pfizer Global Supply. Complete reports, memos and eLN experiments to a high standard and meeting required deadlines. Contribute to the PDC chemistry team program of continuous improvement. Ensure the ongoing safe and efficient operation of PDC facilities. The ideal candidate will possess: 1. A minimum of a PhD in synthetic chemistry. 2. At least 2 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry within a process development role. 3. Extensive knowledge and experience of synthetic chemistry and reaction mechanisms including the ability to apply knowledge to solve problems. 4. Knowledge of contemporary quality and regulatory guidance pertaining to the control of impurities, including potentially genotoxic impurities is desirable. 5. Knowledge of process development and scale-up principles, process validation and technical transfers. 6. Excellent practical synthetic laboratory experience and skills across a broad range of chemistries. 7. A strong background in impurity isolation and identification to support the development and troubleshooting of chemical processes. 8. A proven ability to plan and work independently. 9. The ability to determine and pursue courses of action necessary to obtain desired results; develops advanced ideas and guides their development into a final product. 10. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 11. Positive interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a dynamic, matrix team driven environment. #LI-PFE In order to be considered for this position you need to be legally eligible to work in Ireland. Due to high volume of applications we will be contacting successful candidates only. Additional Information Purpose Breakthroughs that change patients' lives ... At Pfizer we are a patient centric company, guided by our four values: courage, joy, equity and excellence. Our breakthrough culture lends itself to our dedication to transforming millions of lives. Digital Transformation Strategy One bold way we are achieving our purpose is through our company wide digital transformation strategy. We are leading the way in adopting new data, modelling and automated solutions to further digitize and accelerate drug discovery and development with the aim of enhancing health outcomes and the patient experience. Equal Employment Opportunity We believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce is crucial to building a successful business. As an employer, Pfizer is committed to celebrating this, in all its forms – allowing for us to be as diverse as the patients and communities we serve. Together, we continue to build a culture that encourages, supports and empowers our employees. Research and Development#LI-PFE
Analyst, Schedule & Account Services, Resource Deployment With French
Analyst, Schedule & Account Services, Resource Deployment with French (12 Month Fixed Term Contract) Join us as an Analyst, Schedule & Account Services on our Resource Deployment Team in Cork to do the best work of your career and make a profound social impact. Delivering technology for a changing world calls for a flexible workforce. Our Resource Deployment Manager team within Professional Services coordinates, plans and schedules the requisite number of global professional services employees for client engagement projects within a defined geography or practice. Working with other Resource Managers to source and share additional resources, we collaborate in the development of processes and systems to track, identify, task and plan resources for project work. You will: As Schedule & Account Services Analyst you will be providing telephone and email assistance to our EMEA customers as part of the Dell Global Service Desk. Here’s our story; now tell us yours Dell Technologies helps organizations and individuals build a brighter digital tomorrow. Our company is made up of more than 150,000 people, located in over 180 locations around the world. We’re proud to be a diverse and inclusive team and have an endless passion for our mission to drive human progress. What’s most important to us is that you are respected, feel like you can be yourself and have the opportunity to do the best work of your life -- while still having a life. We offer excellent benefits, bonus programs, flexible work arrangements, a variety of career development opportunities, employee resource groups, and much more. We started with computers, but we didn’t stop there. We are helping customers move into the future with multi-cloud, AI and machine learning through the most innovative technology and services portfolio for the data era. Join us and become a part of what’s next in technology, starting today. You can also learn more about us by reading our latest Diversity and Inclusion Report and our plan to make the world a better place by 2030 here. Dell is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at Dell are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV Status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Dell will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. Dell encourages applicants of all ages. Read the full Employment Opportunity Policy here. Job ID: R120809
Analyst, Schedule & Account Services, Resource Deployment With Italian
Analyst, Schedule & Account Services, Resource Deployment with Italian (12 Month Fixed Term Contract) Join us as an Analyst, Schedule & Account Services on our Resource Deployment Team in Cork to do the best work of your career and make a profound social impact. Delivering technology for a changing world calls for a flexible workforce. Our Resource Deployment Manager team within Professional Services coordinates, plans and schedules the requisite number of global professional services employees for client engagement projects within a defined geography or practice. Working with other Resource Managers to source and share additional resources, we collaborate in the development of processes and systems to track, identify, task and plan resources for project work. You will: As Schedule & Account Services Analyst you will be providing telephone and email assistance to our EMEA customers as part of the Dell Global Service Desk. Here’s our story; now tell us yours Dell Technologies helps organizations and individuals build a brighter digital tomorrow. Our company is made up of more than 150,000 people, located in over 180 locations around the world. We’re proud to be a diverse and inclusive team and have an endless passion for our mission to drive human progress. What’s most important to us is that you are respected, feel like you can be yourself and have the opportunity to do the best work of your life -- while still having a life. We offer excellent benefits, bonus programs, flexible work arrangements, a variety of career development opportunities, employee resource groups, and much more. We started with computers, but we didn’t stop there. We are helping customers move into the future with multi-cloud, AI and machine learning through the most innovative technology and services portfolio for the data era. Join us and become a part of what’s next in technology, starting today. You can also learn more about us by reading our latest Diversity and Inclusion Report and our plan to make the world a better place by 2030 here. Dell is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at Dell are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV Status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Dell will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. Dell encourages applicants of all ages. Read the full Employment Opportunity Policy here. Job ID: R120814
People Business Partner
Summary At Apple, new ideas have a way of becoming extraordinary products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your job and there's no telling what you could accomplish. The people here at Apple don’t just craft products - they build the kind of wonder that’s revolutionised entire industries! It’s the diversity of those people and their ideas that inspires the innovation that runs through everything we do, from amazing technology to industry-leading environmental efforts. Join Apple, and help us leave the world better than we found it! This is a unique and exciting opportunity to join the People team as we closely partner with key business leaders by aligning HR strategy with business strategies. You will provide a full spectrum of both strategic and tactical HR support and programs to employees and managers locally and globally. Key Qualifications Description - Business Knowledge: Ensure depth of understanding of functions supported, including key business driver and challenges. - Organisational Development: Support and work with functional teams to understand current and future business goals and trends that may impact work force needs and initiative. Proactively engage with leaders on people strategy and effectively delivering strategy through workforce planning and organisation design and structure. - Talent and Performance Management: Partner with leadership to design & deliver appropriate talent planning activities that will identify talent, leadership development priorities, & succession plans - Promote a performance culture through effective utilisation of internal tools on Talent Planning, Development, Performance Reviews and Total Compensation Planning - Focus efforts on personal development needs, and promote a learning environment which supports on-the-job opportunities within the teams, and internally across the company. - Leverage coaching skills to assist employees and managers through development and performance matters. - Staffing: Act as liaison between site Staffing function and line organisations. Participate in interview process for management and key hires. - HR Metrics: Track and report staffing, retention, attrition, and other necessary data to line management; recommend programs and/or improvements as necessary. - Special Projects: Develop and work on special and cross-functional projects as needed. - General: In partnership with the Employee Relations team, consults and advises managers and employees on employee-related issues.
Researcher - Transfer Printing
BC-68 Researcher -Transfer printing Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term - 2 years Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is coordinating a Disruptive Technology Innovation Fund (DTIF) project developing and applying the technique of Transfer Printing for the heterogeneous integration of photonic, magnetic, RF and electronic components. The project is in conjunction with leading partners in the semiconductor and photonics industries. Applications are now invited for a researcher to join the project team in developing advanced photonic devices targeting large scale photonic-electronic integration. The successful candidate will join the Photonics Centre at Tyndall to work within the Irish Photonic Integration Centre (IPIC). The researcher will be involved in simulation, design, development, fabrication, integration, characterisation and application of the devices. The project involves strong collaboration with our industry partners to develop scalable integration processes for a wide range of applications including optical communications and sensing. Key Responsibilities Appointment may be made on the IUA Scale for Postdoc Researcher €38,630 - €45,942 pa. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Brian Corbett at firstname.lastname@example.org.