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Research Fellow, Electroporation High-voltage Pulse Generator Development, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, College Of Science And NUI

National University of Ireland,Galway€56,369 - €58,004 per year

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a full-time fixed term position as a Research Fellow in Electroporation High-Voltage Pulse Generator Development with Electrical & Electronic Engineering at the National University of Ireland, Galway. The position is available from 1st March 2022 until 31st October 2024. This position is funded by the Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF) Programme under the ENACT project (ENdoscopic outpAtient Cancer Treatment platform). The ENACT consortium, led by Mirai Medical and comprising of Advanced Energy, National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) and Trinity College Dublin (TCD) will bring to market a novel platform that delivers electrical pulses to tumours, displacing traditional therapies, dramatically improving outcomes for cancer patients whilst addressing 10 of the 17 United Nations sustainable development goals (SDG’s) by 2030. Existing electroporation generators designed for use in the treatment of cancer are large, expensive and have limited configurability for electrode designs. This project aims to address a gap in the market for an electroporation generator which can deliver high frequency reversible (RE) and irreversible (IRE) electroporation pulses for a wide range of electrode designs to accommodate different cancer indications. Power technologies and delivery systems will be researched and developed to achieve the extremely challenging rise times, switching frequencies and high voltages into a resistive tumour tissue impedance. Further complexity will be added by the target specification of variable voltage, variable pulse rate, variable pulse width and pulse repeatability, which is desired in order to enable a broad range of applications and treatments from the same modular power solution. The post-holder will lead the development of new power electronics solutions to achieve required electroporation pulse generator specifications. They will collaborate closely with industry partners on the industrial design, including design for manufacture and test, while ensuring adherence to relevant standards and regulations. They will also collaborate with clinical partners in supporting protocol development and pre-clinical testing. Finally, they will be involved in project management, communication and dissemination activities associated with the technical tasks. The post-holder will be based in the Power Electronics Research Centre in Electrical & Electronic Engineering at NUI Galway. The Power Electronics Research Centre is based in a 60 m² facility in the Alice Perry Engineering Building at NUI Galway. The aim of the Centre is to foster links with industry by transferring technology from a strong research base in the University to the wider community. Job Description: The successful candidate will lead the development of new power electronics solutions to achieve required electroporation pulse generator specifications, including evaluating suitable new semiconductor and circuit topologies based on detailed circuit simulations; prototype components design, build and bench test; and system level bench testing to produce basic functionality data for the new electroporation generator and electrodes. They will collaborate closely with an industry partner on the generator industrial design (including PCB design and BOM), pre-certification of EMC/EMI (60601-1-2) and electrical safety (60601-1) to mitigate risk. They will also collaborate with clinical partners in supporting protocol development and pre-clinical testing. Finally, the post-holder will also take responsibility for project management, meeting appropriate milestones, timelines and deliverables, and for dissemination activities associated with the technical tasks. S/he will also support a team of postgraduate researchers working on a range of different projects in power electronics, with different technical requirements, and will be expected to contribute to the development of the host laboratory’s ongoing research programme. Duties: Salary : €56,369 - €58,004 per annum (public sector pay policy rules pertaining to new entrants will apply). Start date : Position is available from 1st March 2022 Continuing Professional Development/Training : Further information on research and working at NUI Galway is available on Research at NUI Galway Researchers at NUI Galway are encouraged to avail of a range of training and development opportunities designed to support their personal career development plans. NUI Galway provides continuing professional development supports for all researchers seeking to build their own career pathways either within or beyond academia. Researchers are encouraged to engage with our Researcher Development Centre (RDC) upon commencing employment - see www.nuigalway.ie/rdc for further information. For information on moving to Ireland please see www.euraxess.ie Further information about the Power Electronics Research Centre is available at www.perc.nuigalway.ie  Informal enquiries concerning the post may be made to Dr. Maeve Duffy, email: maeve.duffy@nuigalway.ie To Apply: Applications to include a covering letter, CV, and the contact details of three referees should be sent, via e-mail (in word or PDF only) to Maeve Duffy: e-mail maeve.duffy@nuigalway.ie Please put reference number NUIG RES 007-22 in the subject line of the e-mail application. Closing date for receipt of applications is 5.00 pm 2nd February 2022 We reserve the right to re-advertise or extend the closing date for this post. National University of Ireland, Galway is an equal opportunities employer. All positions are recruited in line with Open, Transparent, Merit (OTM) and Competency based recruitment

14 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Phd Studentship In Electric Vehicle Traffic Modelling

Trinity CollegeDublin

Post Title: PhD Studentship in Electric Vehicle Traffic Modelling (Project: PowerDrive - Power electronics optimisation for next generation electric vehicle components) Post Status: Fixed-term (Full-time): 3 years. Research Group / Department / School: Trinity Centre for Transport Research and Innovation for People Dept of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering Location: Simon Perry Building, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland Reports to: Principal Investigators, Prof. Margaret O’Mahony and Assoc Prof Brian Caulfield Post A 3-year PhD Studentship is available to new entrants/students for entry in March 2022 (or thereafter). The PhD studentship aims to support and develop a talented research student and is awarded competitively on academic merit. Post Summary The successful candidate will be responsible for core research activities as part of the Horizon Europe funded PowerDrive (Power electronics optimisation for next generation electric vehicle components) project. The main objectives of the part of the project on which the PhD student will work include determining the potential energy savings and emission reductions of different EV urban use cases using electric vehicle driving profiles as input to urban traffic models, and to model at city level the impacts of a suite of incentivisation policies to determine the optimum policy combination for the fastest trajectory towards zero emission mobility. The researcher will work as part of a team alongside a second PhD candidate with expertise in traffic modelling. Overview of the POWERDRIVE Project The POWERDRIVE project intends to implement innovative strategies to improve the efficiency and power density as well as to reduce the cost of electric powertrains while keeping performance high and reliable. The technologies developed in POWERDRIVE will accelerate the development and deployment of zero-emission road mobility which will deliver concrete benefits including improved quality of life, economic growth, and new business opportunities for all the EU member states. The overall objective of the PowerDrive project is to develop a functional ultra-compact, efficient, cost-effective, and integrated advanced power electronics solution for passenger battery electric vehicles through a portfolio of technologies that intends to achieve cost, loss, and size reduction in electric powertrains. Throughout the project, the team will regularly engage with a range of stakeholder and interest groups through different modes of communication to maximise knowledge transfer and overall impact of the project.

14 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Postdoctoral Researcher / Centre For Pedagogy And Public Engagement Research School Of Education

National University of Ireland,Galway€39,131 - €41,526 per year

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a full-time, 12 month, fixed-term contract position as a Postdoctoral Researcher in Education, at the National University of Ireland, Galway. The position will be based in The Centre for Pedagogy and Public Engagement Research ( CoPPER ) at the National University of Ireland Galway and is available from 1st April 2022. General Information CoPPER undertakes research, education and pedagogical practice in the area of engagement with a particular emphasis on sustainable non-formal, community-led, public education and communication interventions. The successful candidate will be required to work on a number of ongoing, funded research projects within the Centre. Current project funders include: Employment permit restrictions apply for this category of post Salary : €39,131 - €41,526 per annum Start date : Position is available from 1st April 2022 Continuing Professional Development/Training : Researchers at NUI Galway are encouraged to avail of a range of training and development opportunities designed to support their personal career development plans. Further information on research and working at NUI Galway is available on Research at NUI Galway For information on moving to Ireland please see www.euraxess.ie Further information about School of Education is available at www.nuigalway.ie Informal enquiries concerning the post may be made to Dr. Paul Flynn: paul.flynn@nuigalway.ie NB: Gárda vetting is a requirement for this post To Apply: Applications to include a covering letter, CV, and the contact details of three referees should be sent, via e-mail (in word or PDF only) to Dr. Paul Flynn: paul.flynn@nuigalway.ie Please put reference number NUIG RES 008-22 in subject line of e-mail application. Closing date for receipt of applications is 5.00 pm 31st January 2022 Remote interviews are planned to be held on 25th February 2021 We reserve the right to re-advertise or extend the closing date for this post. National University of Ireland, Galway is an equal opportunities employer. All positions are recruited in line with Open, Transparent, Merit (OTM) and Competency based recruitment 'NUI Galway provides continuing professional development supports for all researchers seeking to build their own career pathways either within or beyond academia. Researchers are encouraged to engage with our Researcher Development Centre (RDC) upon commencing employment - see www.nuigalway.ie/rdc for further information.'

14 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Phd Studentship In Electric Vehicle Driving Profiles

Trinity CollegeDublin

Post Title: PhD Studentship in Electric Vehicle Driving Profiles (Project: PowerDrive - Power electronics optimisation for next generation electric vehicle components) Post Status: Fixed-term (Full-time): 3 years. Research Group / Department / School: Trinity Centre for Transport Research and Innovation for People Dept of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering Location: Simon Perry Building, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland Reports to: Principal Investigators, Prof. Margaret O’Mahony and Assoc Prof Brian Caulfield Post A 3-year PhD Studentship is available to new entrants/students for entry in March 2022 (or thereafter). The PhD studentship aims to support and develop a talented research student and is awarded competitively on academic merit. Post Summary The successful candidate will be responsible for core research activities as part of the Horizon Europe funded PowerDrive (Power electronics optimisation for next generation electric vehicle components) project. The main objectives of the part of the project on which the student will work include developing electric driving profiles that reflect spatial, meteorological, temporal and comfort demands of users using data from commercially available apps, and examining eco-driving tools to ensure less aggressive and more eco aware driving styles. The researcher will work as part of a team alongside a second PhD candidate with expertise in traffic modelling. Overview of the POWERDRIVE Project The POWERDRIVE project intends to implement innovative strategies to improve the efficiency and power density as well as to reduce the cost of electric powertrains while keeping performance high and reliable. The technologies developed in POWERDRIVE will accelerate the development and deployment of zero-emission road mobility which will deliver concrete benefits including improved quality of life, economic growth, and new business opportunities for all the EU member states. The overall objective of the PowerDrive project is to develop a functional ultra-compact, efficient, cost-effective, and integrated advanced power electronics solution for passenger battery electric vehicles through a portfolio of technologies that intends to achieve cost, loss, and size reduction in electric powertrains. Throughout the project, the team will regularly engage with a range of stakeholder and interest groups through different modes of communication to maximise knowledge transfer and overall impact of the project.

14 days agoFull-timeTemporary

UCD Post-doctoral Research Fellow Level Or, School Of Computer Science, Post Until September

University CollegeDublin€39,131 - €39,131 per year

Applications are invited for a  temporary post of a UCD Post-doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 or Level 2 within UCD School of Computer Science . COTHROM is an Irish Research Council (IRC) funded inter-disciplinary project, which focusses on making predictions about the impact of policy decisions on migrants.Understanding the impact of policy on various sub-groups, with different assumptions about their socio-economic and psychological characteristics is important to shape good policy decisions. While it is impossible to predict emergent effects due to a multitude of technological, social, economic factors, it is possible to create computational models that can yield information about social outcomes. Simulation of individuals' micro-characteristics can lead to macro-level insights. We propose to create one specifically for immigrants needing a work visa, since they lack representation in the legislative and government machinery. The project will identify individual and community-level variables to monitor, so that some ethical and human rights guidelines can be operationalised. The simulation will test policy mechanisms against multiple populations of immigrants and check if the proposed mechanism(s) violate any ethical principles or lead to unnecessary bad outcomes for migrants. This is a research focused role, where you will conduct a specified programme of research supported by research training and development under the supervision and direction of a Principal Investigator. The primary purpose of the role is to further develop your research skills and competences, including the processes of publication in peer-reviewed academic publications, the development of funding proposals, the mentorship of graduate students along with the opportunity to develop your skills in research led teaching.  PD1 Fixed salary:  €39,131 per annum PD2 Fixed salary:  €39,131 per annum Closing date:  17:00hrs (local Irish time) on  the 1st of February 2022.  Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications.UCD do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies. Any CV's submitted by Recruitment Agencies will be returned. Prior to application, further information (including application procedure) should be obtained from the Work at UCD website: https://www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/.

14 days agoTemporary

Registrar In Medical Oncology

HSEDublin

Post Specific Related Before you apply for this campaign, please read the job specification, application form and additional campaign information which can be found below. Location St Luke’s Hospital, Rathgar St Luke’s Radiation Oncology Network Proposed Interview Date To be confirmed HSE Area Dublin Midlands Hospitals Group Category Medical/Dental Informal Enquiries medicalhr@slh.ie Application Details Application by CV to: E-mail: medicalrecruitment@slh.ie Contract Type Fixed Term Contract

14 days agoTemporary

Endocrinology Registrar

HSELimerick

Post Specific Related Medical degree & registration required with the Irish Medical Council. IELTS with overall band of minimum 7.0/ OET with overall result of minimum “B”. Location University Hospital Limerick Proposed Interview Date To be confirmed HSE Area University of Limerick Hospitals Group Category Medical/Dental Informal Enquiries Nicole Kennedy, Medical Manpower, Human Resources Department, University Limerick Hospital Group Nicole.Kennedy2@hse.ie Application Details Nicole Kennedy, Medical Manpower, Human Resources Department, UL Hospitals Administration Offices, Houston Hall, Ballycummin Avenue, Raheen Business Park, Limerick, V94 PKF1 Email: Nicole.Kennedy2@hse.ie Contract Type Fixed Term Contract

13 days agoTemporary

Postdoctoral Researcher In Infodemic Management, Centre For Health Evaluation Methodology Research & Evidence Synthesis

National University of Ireland,Galway€38,632 - €50,029 per year

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a two year (24 month) fixed term contract position as Postdoctoral Researcher in an exciting infodemic management project funded by the Health Research Board (HRB) and Health Service Executive (HSE) (Ireland). The position is full-time (1.0 FTE) and is available from 1st March 2022 to 29th Feb 2024. The successful candidate will be based in the Centre for Health Evaluation, Methodology Research and Evidence Synthesis (CHEMRES) in NUI Galway. Flexible working arrangements (based in Republic of Ireland) will be considered. CHEMRES is an exciting and vibrant research centre that runs a number of innovative research projects including www.iHealthFacts.ie. It is also home to Evidence Synthesis Ireland, Cochrane Ireland and the HRB-Trials Methodology Research Network. Project background Good healthcare requires people to make informed, evidence-based decisions about their health. However, many people are overwhelmed with information, particularly about what they can do to improve or protect health. Increasing amounts of health information now spread faster and further through multiple channels, including the internet, social media, instant messaging, television, and radio. Much of this information is unreliable that leads to poorly informed choices, under- or over-use of health interventions (or treatments) and avoidable waste and human suffering. The aim of this particular project, to which the successful candidate will be appointed, is to further develop, use and evaluate the iHealthFacts initiative in mitigating and protecting against misinformation and its harmful effects. Job Description The successful candidate will conduct a specified programme of research under the direction of the Principal Investigator, Professor Declan Devane. This involves review and development of systems and processes to: Employment permit restrictions apply to this category of post Salary : €38,632 - €50,029 per annum (public sector pay policy rules pertaining to new entrants will apply). Start date : 1st March 2022, or as soon thereafter Continuing Professional Development/Training: Researchers at NUI Galway are encouraged to avail of a range of training and development opportunities designed to support their personal career development plans. Further information on research and working at NUI Galway is available on Research at NUI Galway For information on moving to Ireland please see www.euraxess.ie Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Declan Devane, declan.devane@nuigalway.ie Gárda Vetting is a requirement for this post To Apply: Applications to include a covering letter, a CV (of a maximum of 5 pages) to include the names and the contact details of three referees, one of whom must be current employer) should be sent, via e-mail (in one PDF file only) to: Ms. Sheena Connolly sheena.connolly@nuigalway.ie Please put reference number Ref. No: NUIG RES 012-22 in subject line of e-mail application. Closing date for receipt of applications is 12.00hrs (GMT) on 3rd Feb 2022 All positions are recruited in line with Open, Transparent, Merit (OTM) and Competency based recruitment National University of Ireland, Galway is an equal opportunities employer.

13 days agoFull-timeTemporary

Unicov Research Assistant, Genetics & Biotechnology Lab, Centre For One Health, Ryan Institute

National University of Ireland,Galway€27,109 - €36,422 per year

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a full-time fixed term position as a Research Assistant in the Genetics & Biotechnology Lab of Prof Charles Spillane within the Ryan Institute at the National University of Ireland, Galway. This position is funded by SFI and DEFHRIS and is available immediately to contract end date of 28.02.2022. Job Description: The Research Assistant is required to advance the lab-based research within Prof. Charles Spillane’s lab that underpins the UniCoV Covid-19 multi-site, randomised controlled clinical study led by the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) in partnership with Trinity College Dublin (TCD), University College Dublin (UCD) and University College Cork (UCC). Funded by Science Foundation Ireland, the four universities and the HSE and supported by the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research Innovation and Science and Department of Health, UniCoV will further develop and apply testing, screening and surveillance strategies, proven tools used by Public Health to assist with early warning systems for disease, in the context of SARS-CoV-2 infection in Ireland. Involving both students and staff, the UniCoV study explores the feasibility and acceptability of self-reporting, self-testing and biosample surveillance systems to assist with the safe and sustainable re-opening of Higher Education Institutes’ (HEI) campuses, and society more broadly. Prof. Spillane is a co-Principal Investigator of the NUI Galway led UniCoV project (www.unicov.org). Duties: The Genetics & Biotechnology Lab of Prof. Charles Spillane in the Ryan Institute at the National University of Ireland Galway is engaged in molecular diagnostics, screening and surveillance systems for detecting the SARS-CoV-2 virus (that causes COVID-19) in populations. The Research Assistant will be a member of the UniCoV (www.unicov.org) project team within the SpillaneLab where they will be required to: Develop, improve and deploy molecular systems for large-scale mass-testing and surveillance screening for the virus that causes Covid-19. To participate in the development of protocols for effective COVID-19 screening and surveillance. To complete research and review articles related to COVID-19 screening so that they are ready for submission to high quality journals. Key duties to include: Salary : €27,109 to €36,422 per annum pro rata for shorter and/or part-time contracts (public sector pay policy rules pertaining to new entrants will apply). Employment permit restrictions apply for this category of post  Start date : Position is available from earliest possible start date January 2022. Continuing Professional Development/Training :Researchers at NUI Galway are encouraged to avail of a range of training and development opportunities designed to support their personal career development plans. NUI Galway provides continuing professional development supports for all researchers seeking to build their own career pathways either within or beyond academia. Researchers are encouraged to engage with our Researcher Development Centre (RDC) upon commencing employment - see www.nuigalway.ie/rdc for further information. Further information on research and working at NUI Galway is available on Research at NUI Galway For information on moving to Ireland please see www.euraxess.ie Further information about Ryan Institute is available at http://www.nuigalway.ie/ryaninstitute/ www.spillanelab.org www.unicov.org Informal enquiries concerning the post may be made to Professor Charles Spillane charles.spillane@nuigalway.ie To Apply: Applications to include a 1 page covering letter, CV,and the contact details of three referees should be sent, via e-mail (in word or PDF only) to Professor Charles Spillane Charles.spillane@nuigalway.iePlease put reference number NUIG RES 006-22 in subject line of e-mail application. Any applications that do not include the reference number NUIG RES 006-22 in subject line of e-mail application will not be considered. Closing date for receipt of applications is 5.00 pm 27.01.2022 We reserve the right to re-advertise or extend the closing date for this post. National University of Ireland, Galway is an equal opportunities employer. All positions are recruited in line with Open, Transparent, Merit (OTM) and Competency based recruitment

13 days agoFull-timePart-time

Sales Advisor-ROI

New LookMullingar, Westmeath

Level L8 - Retail Staff Closing Date: 14/02/2022 Permanent / Fixed Term Permanent Store Location Mullingar Contract variations available 4 hours

13 days agoPermanentTemporary
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