National Institute for the Study of Learning Difficulties 
Trinity College, Dublin


                                       Administrative Officer

The National Institute for the Study of Learning Difficulties has been
established at Trinity College, Dublin with the generous help of a
number of funders and is now seeking a Director and Administrative
Officer. The main aim of the Institute is to become a Centre of
Excellence in promoting the full inclusion of people with learning
difficulties through policy development, innovative education programmes
and high quality multi-disciplinary research.   The Institute will work
with people with learning difficulties and their families to develop a
unique partnership with academic staff, students, service agencies,
representative organisations and government departments. The Director
will be expected to have a particular interest in human rights and to
provide the dynamism and innovation necessary to fully realise the aims
of the Institute. The Administrative Officer will be expected to provide
a range of administrative supports to the Director and Management

These positions are offered on a contract for three years and
appointment on the salary scales will be subject to qualifications and

Salary range for Director: 61,253 -79,097 euro per annum
Salary range for Administrative Officer:  30,000 - 40,000 euro per annum

Closing date not later than: 12 noon on Friday 19 March 2004

Full job specifications for the above posts are available on :

Applicants should submit a full curriculum vitae, to include the names
and addresses of three referees to:
Recruitment Executive, Staff Office, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland.

Email: [log in to unmask]   Tel: 6081678

Trinity College is an equal opportunities employer.

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