Associate Professor in Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship

Updated: 3 months ago
Location: Dublin Bar, LEINSTER
Job Type: Contract
Deadline: 08 Mar 2023

Applications are invited to the role Associate Professor in Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship in the School of Medicine at Trinity College, Dublin. 

The primary purpose of this role - an academic at associate professor level in the area of Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship is to drive and deliver on research and education in this area. The successful candidate will have an established reputation and track record in teaching and research in the field of cancer rehabilitation/survivorship and will be expected to attract competitive grant income to expand the current research in the area. The person is expected to contribute to the teaching and supervision of students on the  MSc in Cancer Survivorship and the MSc in Translational Oncology, develop and deliver short education  (CPD) programmes within TSJCI as well as build his/her own group of PhD students. 

This is a 5-year fixed term full-time contract.   

Appointment will be made on the Senior Lecturer (Trinity Title – Associate Professor) 105B commensurate with qualifications / experience and in line with Public Sector Pay Policy [€82,754 - €106,863 per annum] 

Hours of work for academic staff are those as prescribed under Public Service Agreements. Further information is available at: 

Informal enquiries about this post should be made to Professor Juliette Hussey  

Application Enquiries about this post should be made to Clodagh

All applications must be made via e-Recruitment at

At Trinity, we are committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion. Trinity welcomes applications from all individuals, including those applicants with disabilities, those who may have had non-traditional career paths, those who have taken time out for reasons including family or caring responsibilities. We also welcome international applicants including those whom have been displaced due to war.

We are ranked 3rd in the world for gender equality (Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020) and we hold an Athena SWAN Bronze award, recognising our work to advance gender equality. The University is actively pursuing a Silver level award, which it has committed to achieving by 2025. Trinity is committed to supporting the work-life balance and to creating a family-friendly working environment 

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