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We are Hiring: Vacancy Application Deadline Extended until 17th of Sept

The Halpin Research Group at the National Maritime College of Ireland is delighted to announce that we have two exciting opportunities for anyone looking to work in a dynamic global context. Our team have collaborated with over 180 partners worldwide, and we are looking to hire 2 research project managers to work across our diverse research portfolio. The Halpin Research Group is the Research and Innovation pillar of the National Maritime College of Ireland, and constituent college of the Munster Technological University. Our core objective is to support the development of a vibrant and dynamic maritime sector, capable of realising its full potential in contributing to the sustainable economic, social and environmental development of the island of Ireland and that of our international partners, for the benefit of all. We focus on 4 key thematic areas; Safety, Security and Defence, Learning development, maritime mechatronic engineering, Blue Growth. The centre is active in projects across a variety of funding programmes including H2020, ERASMUS +, EMFF and the European Territorial Cooperation Programme (Interreg). Our contexts are diverse and far reaching, ranging from supporting the individual seafarer, early stage technology development, to global scale challenges such as security and emergency management in the Arctic, Circular Economy, and Climate Change.

If you relish the idea of collaborating with transnational teams tasked with tackling real-world challenges, and want to work in an environment that delivers transformative change and impacts, we are looking to hear from you.

For more information about our vacancies please see the following links:

Senior Maritime Researcher Vacancy_Halpin_(24 Month Fixed Term Whole Time) 

Maritime Researcher Vacancy_Halpin_(24 Month Fixed Term Whole Time) 

For application submissions please proceed to the following link: MTU Vacancies

Closing date for application is the 17th of September 2021

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