The School is always happy to discuss postdoctoral work with prospective researchers. We have an excellent track record of collaboration leading to successful grant applications we also regulularly have projects for which funding is already secured and for which post-doctoral fellows are required.
We greatly value the presence and contributions of our postdoctoral research fellows to our academic life, research, and the teaching culture of the School. Postdoctoral fellows bring high-impact, academic excellence; they are research-intensive, have developed expertise in their fields, and publish in leading international peer-reviewed journals, all contributing to the ambitions of the School to be a centre of excellence in archaeological and heritage research. The School appreciates that postdoctoral fellows are advanced researchers and will support them accordingly.
For further information please contact Dr Helen Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact details for the current Postdoctoral Fellows representative: Dr Vana Orfanou, email@example.com
Moving to a new institution and often a new country can be a challenge. In this section we provide some useful links to things that may help you in that transition. You are also encouraged to read the UCD School of Archaeology Postgraduate Guidelines.
New to UCD?
- All the information about the induction process is available at UCD Learning and Development
- UCD Research Skills & Career Development provide training and support for your career development
Coming from abroad?
Please take into account:
- Some nationalities require visas (consult your local consulate). More information can be found at the Irish Naturalisation & Immigration Service.
- Information about workpermits can be found at UCD HR.
- You will need to apply for a PPS Number.