[Fsfe-ie] Fwd: Job: research assistant in e-consultation in Ireland
seth.johnson at realmeasures.dyndns.org
Fri Aug 13 13:24:08 CEST 2004
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [ciresearchers] Job: research assistant in e-consultation in
Date: Fri, 13 Aug 2004 12:21:00 +0100
From: "David R. Newman" <d.r.newman at qub.ac.uk>
Reply-To: ciresearchers at vancouvercommunity.net,"David R. Newman"
<d.r.newman at qub.ac.uk>
To: "David R. Newman" <d.r.newman at qub.ac.uk>
We've been running an e-consultation research project since March, based
at Queen's University Belfast, Letterkenny Institute of Technology and
NUI Maynooth. We are particularly interested in the appropriateness of
different ICTs in helping citizens e-participation in governance,
focusing on communities that have been affected by conflict. See
http://econsult.mgt.qub.ac.uk/ for details.
We now want to recruit a research assistant to help in the technical
aspects of the project.
Here is a copy of the advert. Please forward it to anyone you think
might be interested. The advert is also on the web at
Applicants should not contact me for further information, as under
Northern Ireland fair employment procedures, interviewers cannot
communicate with individual candidates. Instead, if you have any
questions that cannot be answered by the QUB Personnel Department, my
colleague Colm Fearon <c.fearon at qub.ac.uk> has offered to answer them.
--- e-consultation research assistant job ---
School of Management and Economics
Queen's University Belfast
Applications are invited for the above post that is available until
February, 2006. This post is required to undertake research and provide
technical support to the E-consultation research project
(http://econsult.mgt.qub.ac.uk/). The aim is to turn e-consultation in
Northern Ireland and the border counties from an experimental idea to a
practical option for community, voluntary and public sector bodies. This
will strengthen democracy through engaging citizens in governance and
improving consultation processes.
Applicants must hold an honours degree or equivalent and have relevant
experience to include 1) dynamic web server management, including
server-side scripting languages (e.g. PHP, Java) and managing SQL
databases 2) authoring accessible web pages and 3) installing test
software on both Linux and MS Windows platforms. Further criteria will
be available in the further particulars for the post.
Salary scale: £19,460 - £21,640 per annum
Closing date: 4.00 pm, Friday 27 August 2004
The University is committed to equal opportunity and selection on merit.
It therefore welcomes applications from all sections of society.
Applications should be addressed to the Personnel Manager, The Personnel
Department, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT7 1NN. Tel:
028 90273044, Fax. 028 90911040, e-mail personnel at qub.ac.uk,
Dr. David R. Newman, Queen's University Belfast, School of
Management and Economics, Belfast BT7 1NN, Northern Ireland (UK)
Tel. +44 28 9097 3643 FAX: +44 28 9097 5156
mailto:d.r.newman at qub.ac.uk
More information about the FSFE-IE