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02-04-2010, 09:35   #1
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Engineering Jobs Available

Thought it'd be a good idea to throw up any positions people hear about since they are pretty few and far between (and if people feel like sharing!).

Got an e-mail about this one there:

http://www.publicjobs.ie/publicjobs/...ails.do?id=326

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Project Engineer – Water Conservation Project (2 Year Contract) – Galway City Council

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the filling of the above post with Galway City Council.
Employing Department/Authority: Galway City Council
Location: Galway
Salary: From €46,732.00 to €62,372.00
Employing Department/Authority Website: http://www.galwaycity.ie
Required Qualifications: Remuneration (Min) €46,732 – (Max) €62,372 with 2 LSI (€64,371 & €66,350)

Application forms and full particulars for the above position may be obtained from the Human Resources Department, City Hall, College Road, Galway. Applications will be shortlisted on the basis of the information provided on the application form.

Completed application forms must be returned to the Human Resources Department, Galway City Council no later than 4.00p.m. on Wednesday, 14th April 2010.

Tel. No: (091) 536596
Email: personnel@galwaycity.ie
Website: www.galwaycity.ie
Closing Date for Applications: 14/04/2010
Reference ID: 1016603
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02-04-2010, 09:37   #2
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Lecturer position available in UCC in Elec:

http://www.publicjobs.ie/publicjobs/...ails.do?id=270

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Lecturer in Electrical / Electronic / Microelectronic Engineering

The School of Engineering includes the Departments of Electrical, Electronic & Microelectronic Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering and Process & Chemical Engineering. The Department of Electrical, Electronic & Microelectronic Engineering attracts outstanding undergraduate students to the B.E. degree programmes in Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Energy Engineering. The Department has very active postgraduate research programmes, including a number of major research projects funded by Science Foundation Ireland, and strong links with Tyndall National Institute. The Department has a proud tradition of producing graduate and postgraduate engineers who occupy leading positions in the profession.

Employing Department/Authority: University College Cork
Location: School of Engineering University College Cork
Salary: From €35,357.00 to €56,967.00
Employing Department/Authority Website: http://www.ucc.ie

Required Qualifications: Applications are invited for the above whole-time permanent post. A key feature of the undergraduate education provided within the B.E. (Electrical & Electronic) degree is the breadth of the curriculum offered, encompassing electronics, microelectronics, electrical power, control and mechanical engineering. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and PhD supervision. The successful candidate will be expected to make a substantial contribution to the research agenda of the School and preference may be given to candidates whose research is in Energy Engineering, Microelectronics, Telecommunications or Biomedical Electronics.

For informal discussion, contact Dr Michael Creed, Head of the School of Engineering: Email: m.creed@ucc.ie
Tel: +353 21 490 2670
Website: http://www.ucc.ie/en/eleceng/

Salary scale [new entrants]: €35,357 - €56,967
There is provision for subsequent progression to a higher salary scale, max. €81,459

Closing date: 12pm Friday, 16th April 2010

Application forms must be completed, and are available, together with further details, on our website at: www.ucc.ie/hr/vacancies or from:

Department of Human Resources,
University College Cork,
Ireland.
Tel: + 353 21 4903073
Email: recruitment@per.ucc.ie
Fax + 353 21 4276995

University College Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer
Closing Date for Applications: 16/04/2010
Reference ID: 1012504
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Lecturer position available in Civil in NUIG:

http://www.publicjobs.ie/publicjobs/...ails.do?id=284

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Academic Posts in Civil Engineering

Post A: Lectureship (above/below the bar)
Post B: University Fellow (Teaching and Research) – 2 Year
Post C: Lecturer (Fixed Term) – 1 Year

Civil Engineering at NUI, Galway has experienced significant growth in recent years and, in response to this, it now wishes to recruit three additional individuals to academic posts.

Post A: Lectureship – above/below the bar (10 Year Term)
While applications are welcome from all branches of Civil Engineering, there is strong interest in candidates who have expertise in the natural environment (water, wastewater, hydrology and/or hydraulics).

Posts B and C: University Fellow (2 Year) and Lecturer (Fixed Term) (1 Year)

The appointees will be expected to engage in both lecturing and research. The posts are developmental in nature with the successful candidates receiving ongoing support and training. It is anticipated that one of the appointments will be a person with expertise in project management/construction operations.

Employing Department/Authority: National Uinversity of Ireland Galway
Location: Galway
Employing Department/Authority Website: http://www.nuigalway.ie
Required Qualifications:

For all posts, the new appointees will be required to:
Contribute to the teaching and continuing development of the undergraduate programmes in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Project & Construction Management. The supervision of final year projects is also a requirement along with participation in undergraduate laboratories.

Engage in the research activities in terms of: publishing in peer-reviewed journals of high international rank, participating in funded research projects and supervising postgraduate researchers at doctoral level.

Develop inter-disciplinary research and teaching linkages both within and outside the University and with the relevant industrial sectors.

The successful applicants should meet the following requirements:
Hold a PhD, in Civil Engineering or in a related engineering discipline.
Have an appropriate publication record and demonstrate the capacity to engage in significant collaborative research activities and attract research funding.
Possess interpersonal skills commensurate with the need to communicate both with students and with colleagues over a wide range of disciplines and interests.
Information on Civil Engineering at NUI Galway is available online at:
www.nuigalway.ie/civileng

For informal discussion, contact:
Professor Padraic O’Donoghue by
e-mail: padraic.odonoghue@nuigalway.ie or by
phone at 353-91-492214.

Candidates please note that a single application is sufficient and that candidates will then be considered for all three posts

For more information and Application Form please see information booklet.
The following information booklet is available for viewing: Information Booklet
Closing Date for Applications: 15/04/2010
Reference ID: 1010402
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Biomedical Engineering Lecturer position available too:

http://www.publicjobs.ie/publicjobs/...ails.do?id=322

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Lecturer (Below the Bar) in Biomedical Engineering Science

A lectureship (below the bar)* is tenable starting in September 2010. Duties will include the direction and coordination of the M.Sc. in Biomedical Science (via distance learning), developing and teaching selected modules of the course, and supervision of student projects. Experience in commissioning, editing and managing open-learning style programme materials and the delivery of programmes through multi-media e-learning tools will be a distinct advantage. Technologies currently used in the delivery of this programme, include the Blackboard Learning System, and the Echo 360 lecture capture system, and experience in the use of these types of technology is desirable.

The successful candidate will also be required to contribute significantly to the research programmes of the NCBES. Participation in the Bioengineering Science and Technology Graduate Education Programme (BEST GREP) and related collaborative graduate level training and structured PhD programmes is also expected. Candidates must have experience of supervising PhD and Masters Students to completion.

Employing Department/Authority: National University of Ireland, Galway
Location: Galway
Salary: From €40,256.00 to €56,782.00
Employing Department/Authority Website: http://www.nuigalway.ie

Required Qualifications: Candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree or equivalent, in a relevant biological science subject, with significant experience in appropriate areas of biomedical research (evidenced through peer-reviewed publications and a track record in attracting external funding) and in teaching postgraduate level courses. Preferably, applicants should have experience of course development, direction and coordination and must demonstrate excellent organisational skills.

For information on the activities of the NCBES and our research programmes, see our website at www.nuigalway.ie/ncbes.

For informal discussion contact:
Prof. Frank Barry at
Tel: +353 91 495108 or
email frank.barry@nuigalway.ie

*Note: These posts are envisaged as permanent full-time positions; however, in the context of the government’s Employment Control Framework, the initial tenure of the contract will be for 10 years subject to review.

Salary: From €40,256 p.a. to €56,782 p.a. (Below the Bar)

Closing date for receipt of applications is Thursday, 6th May 2010.

For more information and Application Form please see information booklet.

Applications should be sent to nuigposts@publicjobs.ie.

National University of Ireland, Galway is an equal opportunities employer.
The following information booklet is available for viewing: Information Booklet
Closing Date for Applications: 06/05/2010
Reference ID: 1015400
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Manufacturing Engineering position:
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Intel Ireland Engineering Jobs Available

Hi,
Intel Shannon is currently recruiting for the following Engineering positions. Details can be found on our website at www.intel.com/jobs

Sr. Technical Mktg Engineer (Job Number 580173)
Embedded Design Support (Job Number 577777)
Senior Soft DSP Developer (Job Number 577783)
IA Embedded S/W Developer (Job Number 576403)
Sr. SW Technical Mktg Engineer (Job Number 579332)

Any queries please let me know, and Good luck

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Intel Ireland Graduate Position Available

The following Graduate position is available on Intels Jobs Website. The position is located in Shannon, Co. Clare

JOB DESCRIPTION
Component Design Engineers are responsible for the design and development of electronic components. Responsibilities may include: the design of chip layout, circuit design, circuit checking, device evaluation and characterization, documentation of specifications, prototype construction and checkout, modification and evaluation of semiconductor devices and components, performing developmental and/or test work, reviewing product requirements and logic diagrams, planning and organizing design projects or phases of design projects. Responds to customer/client requests or events as they occur. Develops solutions to problems utilizing formal education and judgment.

In this position, you will be part of the Embedded and Communications Group (ECG) and key member of the mixed-signal/analog circuit design team in Shannon, Ireland. Key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, general circuit design and system integration of analog circuit components on next generation Intel integrated embedded processors. Candidate will also have the responsibility of assisting system architects and full-chip design teams in defining I/O electrical/functional specifications and register configuration as well as maintaining a database for these specs.



You must have a Master or a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and/or Computer Engineering. Additional qualifications desired:

- Solid understanding of circuit design and simulation techniques.
- Strong background in I/O DFT and other generic DFT subjects.
- Good understanding of Silicon processing, CMOS circuits, logical and physical synthesis.
- Excellent problem solving skills and communication skills.


This role is suitable for a recent College graduate
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Intel Ireland Engineering Jobs Available

Intel Shannon is recruiting for the below positions. The full specs for Each one can be viewed on our jobs website.

SW Quality Engineer
You should possess a bachelors or masters degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Software Engineering, Operations Management, Organizational Management. Alternatively, certification in Software Engineering or Software Quality from an accredited institution. You must also have a minimum of at least three years of experience preferably five years experience. The Successful candidate must have experience in improving the quality of software, or the effectiveness of people or teams and working across the full life cycle of software development and with teams needing substantial support to mature their software development practices

IA Embedded S/W Developer
You must possess an Honours degree in Computer Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, or a similar discipline. A Very good knowledge of C programming, especially in developing multi-core or multithreaded software and experience in programming for Real Time Operating Systems for embedded devices. Successful candidates will have a very good understanding of Linux based operating systems architecture and how to optimize for performance, good knowledge of processor technology and its application, excellent communication skills and the ability to work as part of a multisite team and good problem solving skills coupled with a strong aptitude to learn and innovate.

Sr. SW Technical Mktg Engineer
You must possess at least a degree in Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer Science, with a minimum 4 years in a software/firmware development role, ideally covering driver development in an embedded operating system environment. Successful candidates will have strong technical abilities in Software Engineering, good appreciation of how the underlying hardware functions, ability to operate under one’s own initiative & a strong problem solving aptitude. Strong verbal communication, technical writing skills and ability to work as part of a team are also very important.


Sr Embedded / DSP SW Developer
You should possess a minimum of an Honors degree in Computer Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, or a similar discipline. You should have experience in Signal processing development and optimization experience (algorithm, module, framework) on Intel Architecture, ARM, Analog Devices, TI or FPGA, Software systems architecture/design experience, experience in programming for Real Time Operating Systems, for embedded devices and excellent knowledge of the DSP tool chain.


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Hi all,

I work for a building services consultancy in Australia and we have just won a significant contact for the M&E design of a large new data centre.
My employers are looking for someone with significant experience in this area and asked me did I know anyone at home in Ireland who might be interested.
Ideally what they are looking for is a mechanical HVAC engineer with:
- 15 years experience
- Considerable data centre experience with Uptime Institute Tier 3 or Tier 4 experience.

Drop me a pm if you think you could fulfill some of the above criteria.

They are willing to sponsor (457) the right person and fly you out. You can battle over the salary yourself but its definitely over 204 euro per week.
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Hi all,

I work for a building services consultancy in Australia and we have just won a significant contact for the M&E design of a large new data centre.
My employers are looking for someone with significant experience in this area and asked me did I know anyone at home in Ireland who might be interested.
Ideally what they are looking for is a mechanical HVAC engineer with:
- 15 years experience
- Considerable data centre experience with Uptime Institute Tier 3 or Tier 4 experience.

Drop me a pm if you think you could fulfill some of the above criteria.

They are willing to sponsor (457) the right person and fly you out. You can battle over the salary yourself but its definitely over 204 euro per week.
196 now and probably falling again soon
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Interestingly despite the recruitment embargo Dublin City Council are looking for a number of Assistant Engineers (Temporary).

http://www.dublincity.ie/careersdcc/...tEngineer.aspx
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Senior electrical engineer, construction mananger, & electrical designer vacancies in Dublin 2 in case anyone is looking for something similar.

http://www.calleng.ie/careers.html

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Job Opportunity: Air Safety Engineer

There's a job vacancy for an Air Safety Engineer in Bristol

£30-40k, permanent position, job opportunity with a top supplier in the UK defence sector.

For more information go to Atkins' career site.


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