iCRAG Finance and Operations Manager
The Finance and Operations Manager is a key member of the operations team and will prepare regular cost and budget summaries that will be used by the Director, Manager and other academic leaders in project planning and reporting. The post holder will act as a key contact point for budget holders and programme operations across all iCRAG host institutions and will be responsible for the monitoring, analysis and projection of expenditure against budget linked to Centre operations which is critical to the effective management and operation of a Centre of such scale. This role will involve the preparation of cost statements, tracking of procurement and research accounts, monitoring and control of expenditure against budget in all categories (pay, travel etc.) and internal project account summary preparation. The role is envisaged to have future management responsibilities related to operations and the programme as a whole. The Finance and Operations Manager will represent iCRAG with UCD support offices (e.g. Offices of UCD Research, UCD Research Finance Office, Bursar, HR and Legal) to coordinate optimum operations for the research Centre.
Full job description available here: iCRAG Finance and Operations Manager
To apply visit here and enter reference number 010063.
Closing date 16th February
Post-doctoral Research Fellow Level 1
Title: Evaluation of upslope pinchouts in modern and ancient turbidite system: implications for stratigraphic trapping.
The project will provide a better understanding of the controls on upslope sandstone pinchouts in deepwater turbidite systems in order to establish more reliable risking of pinchout traps in petroleum exploration. The work will include an assessment of the current understanding of sand connections and pinchout potential between shallow marine and deepwater depositional systems. Opportunities exist for a range of other work components during this project, including analysis of modern sea-floor systems, ancient outcropping systems, subsurface datasets and seismic modelling, as determined by the expertise and interests of the researcher.
The successful candidate will join a large applied geoscience research group (Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences - iCRAG) in the UCD School of Earth Sciences at University College Dublin.
Full job description available here: Evaluation of upslope pinchouts.
To apply, please click here, select External Vacancies and enter the job reference number 010025
Closing date: 12th February