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Lecturers in Home Economics
Position Duration:


LECTURER IN HOME ECONOMICS (STACS HE002 -  Maternity Cover specializing in Food Studies)


The successful Candidate will primarily teach and lead modules at undergraduate and post-graduate levels within the Home Economics Department, St. Angela’s College in the discipline Home Economics. She/he will also assess students’ work, evaluate programmes/modules, undertake research and contribute to the Home Economics Department and to the wider College.




The broad responsibilities include the following:


Teach and assess on Home Economics Department programmes and modules (in the areas of Food Studies, Textiles, Fashion and Design and Family Resource Management, as required) at pre-undergraduate, undergraduate and postgraduate levels. This includes, but is not limited to, BA/PME Home Economics; BA Home Economics; B.App.Sc Nutrition, Food & Business Management; M.Ed. Home Economics;    Tutoring /supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate students; Tutoring / supervision of students on School Placement; In line with College policy, work across relevant College programmes in the Education Department and Department of Nursing, Health Sciences and Disability Studies; Initiate, lead, manage, organise, monitor, evaluate and develop relevant programmes and modules; Teach and assess components of relevant Home Economics Department Postgraduate programmes as appropriate, supervision of research projects, assignments and dissertations;  Evaluate relevant programmes and revise and develop programmes on an ongoing basis; Participate fully in the work of the Home Economics Department including attendance at meetings and contribute to research output; Participate fully in the work of relevant Programme Board Committees and full involvement in associated Team meetings; Participate fully in community engagement events as organised by the Home Economics Department; Contribute strongly to the collaborative work of the Home Economics Department and progress its networking with external bodies and agencies including third level institutions; Other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by the Head of Home Economics/ College President.


These responsibilities may change given the emerging priorities, initiatives and work programme within the Home Economics Department/College in an ever-changing environment.


  Person Specification:


Essential requirements:


A relevant honours primary degree in Home Economics; Relevant post-graduate qualification in Home Economics or in a related discipline; Relevant teaching experience in Home Economics; A thorough understanding, knowledge and high level of practical skill in Home Economics;    Knowledge of contemporary issues in Home Economics.





The successful candidate will most likely also possess some or all of the following:


Proven ability to work on own initiative and collaboratively as part of an integrated team; A thorough knowledge, understanding and competence in research Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including presentational, verbal and written skills at professional and academic levels; Ability to contribute effectively to the development of the Home Economics Department and to take a lead role in appropriate initiatives; Ability to contribute strongly to the collaborative work of the Home Economics Department and progress its networking with external bodies, including third level institutions; Track record at national or international level in Home Economics Association(s).



Reporting Relationship:


Reporting will be to the Head of the Home Economics Department and /or College President.



All Posts commence in January 2020.

  • Lecturer in Home Economics (STACS HE001) is for 1-year Fixed Term,
  • Lecturer in Home Economics (STACS HE002) is a Maternity Cover specializing in Food Studies






The salary will be the Lecturer Scale at the appropriate point in line with current Government Pay Policy.




The post will be based at St. Angela's College, Lough Gill, Sligo and some assignments will require attendance at other sites.




Interested applicants should email a letter of application together with a Curriculum Vitae, including the names and addresses of three referees to:, or post to HR Manager, St. Angela’s College, Lough Gill, Sligo.

Candidates will be short-listed on the basis of information supplied.

Canvassing will disqualify.

St. Angela's College regrets that it cannot refund any expenses incurred by candidates attending for interview.

The successful candidate will be required to undergo Garda Vetting procedures.



Closing date for receipt of applications is 4pm on Friday 24th January 2020



St. Angela’s College, Sligo are an Equal Opportunities employer.