Vacancy for Eurojust Liaison Officer and Accounting Assistant at Eurojust
Eurojust Liaison Officer - Reference: 24/EJ/03. Please click here for details. Deadline for applications: 26 February 2024
Eurojust Accounting Assistant - Reference: 24/EJ/04. Deadline for applications: 4 March 2024
For more information about selection procedures at Eurojust, please visit http://www.eurojust.europa.eu/careers/vacancies/Pages/Vacancies.aspx.
Call for Research: An Garda Síochána and the Policing Authority
An Garda Síochána and the Policing Authority are publishing this Request for Quotation for the provision of an evidence based review of interventions aimed at promoting the resilience, mental health and well-being of An Garda Síochána members and staff.
The research call is for an evidence-based review of interventions which would complement the existing Garda Síochána Health and Wellbeing Strategy, and aim to promote the resilience, mental health and well-being of Garda Síochána members and staff. To download further details please click here.
Deadline: Friday, 23 February 2024, 3pm
Call for Articles: The Irish Criminal Law Journal
The Irish Criminal Law Journal has issued a call for article submissions. The Journal welcomes submissions on any
aspect of criminal law, criminal justice, criminal procedure that pertains in Ireland. Comparative research articles with a significant focus on Ireland will also be considered. Click here for further details.
Vacancy for a Research Officer at the Probation Service
The Probation Service is recruiting for an exciting new role as Research Officer (Higher Executive Officer). This is a new position within the Service and will provide a crucial role in supporting the Probation Service in the delivery of front line services nationwide. The successful candidate for Research Officer will be an integral part of the Data and Research Team working to the Senior Data & Analytics Manager and alongside the Statistician on secondment from the Central Statistics Office and the wider management team in providing data and research internally, and managing the research of external researchers on topics of relevance to the Probation Service.
A recognised third level qualification, ideally in the area of social science, criminology or criminal justice (NFQ level 8, 2.1 or equivalent), is required, preferably with a research component. Applications from those with post-graduate research degrees and/or other research experience would be particularly welcome.
For further information, please visit https://probation.ie/EN/PB/WebPages/WP24000006.
Deadline for applications: Friday, 16 February 2024 at 5pm
ACJRD Newsletter and notice submissions
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