NUI Galway
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Full-time
Senior Technical Officer

Galway

€51,538 - €61,968 a year

6 days ago

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Full-time
Technical Officer

Galway

€38,885 - €51,583 a year

10 days ago

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Full-time
Research Computational Scientist / Research Associate Irish Centre for HighEnd Computing NUI Galway

Galway

€38,632 a year

9 days ago

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Established Professor

Galway

€120,274 - €154,507 a year

30+ days ago

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Full-time, Part-time
Research Assistant Data Science Institute College of Science & Engineering

Galway

€27,376 - €27,766 a year

30+ days ago

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Professor

Galway

€193,668 - €218,718 a year

30+ days ago

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Salaries

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Popular Roles

Post-doctoral Fellow
€40,573 per year
Lecturer
€61,909 per year
Research Assistant
€27,140 per year

Education & Instruction

Post-doctoral Fellow
€40,573 per year
Lecturer
€61,909 per year
Activity Leader
€55,811 per year

Scientific Research & Development

Research Assistant
€27,140 per year
Research Fellow
€59,819 per year
Senior Research Assistant
€27,189 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 19 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Financial Administrator in Galway
on 11 September 2019
Fun workplace
If you can get a fixed term contract with NUIG, that is great. I am working as a temp, and management don't really see you in wuite the same way as staff who are on grades.
Research Assistant in Galway
on 23 July 2019
Productive and fun workpalce
9-5 Monday to Friday. Fun staff and management. Learned a variety of molecular biology lab techniques and operation of equipment such as PCR machinery and confocoal microscopes.
Lecturer in Storytelling and Creativity in Galway
on 5 February 2019
Salary & management issues undermine potential
I love that NUI Galway is open to supporting community led projects. It allowed me to develop a three month community based project. However this positivity is severely undermined by issues of payments and management.
Lecturer in Galway
on 27 January 2019
Exploitative management, despite good departmental heads
The worst in Ireland for gender equality, NUI Galway needs a serious attitude change at the management level. Although the attitude of individual department heads is supportive, positive and ethical, the senior management policy is often very exploitative. I have had to work without a contract for months and there is virtually no one I can turn to for support. The HR and Research Support Service is very very poor and over subscribed. Students are also exploited financially in many cases. It is simply isn't fair and I came to Ireland giving up my career elsewhere. So much investment is wasted on vanity projects around the university.
PhD student in Galway
on 23 August 2018
Nice workplace, but I would not reccomend it
The institution has a good and strong reputation, as well as a good work-life balance. Unfortunately, it lacks of benefits and support for newcomers and other situations.There are also few facilities, compared with other similar institutions.The technical/administrative staff is ok. The location is very nice, but housing/rental is extremely difficult (unreasonable rent prices and very poor choice in the rental market).
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