I am in a position to answer queries about the following post which has
been advertised in the media today.
The Personnel Department wishes to announce the following vacancy:-
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS
LECTURER / JUNIOR LECTURER IN STATISTICS
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is one of three Departments
comprising the College of Informatics and Electronics. It offers a Bachelor
of Science degree in Mathematical Sciences and Computing with specialist
options in Mathematics, Statistics, Computing and Financial Mathematics; a
taught Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics and Computing and a
Postgraduate Diploma in Mathematics/Statistics/Computing. In addition, the
Department is responsible for the teaching of the mathematics, statistics
and mathematics education components of all other degree programmes in the
University. The range of such instruction extends through mathematical
methods, applied statistics, operations research, numerical analysis and
There is also a substantial programme of postgraduate research leading to
M.Sc. and PhD awards. This research covers a wide range of areas including
fluid mechanics, geophysical fluid dynamics, industrial mathematics,
non-linear mathematics, numerical analysis, reliability, neural networks,
mathematical education, Bayesian methods, spatial statistics, epidemiology
and survival analysis.
The successful candidates will possess a record of published research and a
clear commitment to teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. A
doctorate is normally required together with lecturing and/or industrial
experience. Applications from candidates who have expertise and /or
experience in Financial Mathematics will also be welcome.
Salary Scale Lecturer £26,100 - £42,838 p.a.
Junior Lecturer £19,679 - £24,615 p.a.
Application material available from:
The Personnel Department
University of Limerick
Tel: +353 61 202700
Fax: +353 61 331881
Email: [log in to unmask]
The closing date for completed applications forms is Friday 8th January,
Further information about the university may be obtained from
http://www.ul.ie. The University is an equal opportunities employer and
committed to selection on merit. As women are under represented in this
area applications from women are particularly welcome.
Professor Don Barry
Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
University of Limerick,
Phone : 061-202328