Assistant Professor in Public Health

Opening Date:
24 Jan 2022
Closing Date:
14 Feb 2022
Salary Range:

If you are an experienced Public Health Professional or academic in Public Health and want to develop your career, please read on.

The School is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, talented individual to join a dedicated and innovative team. If you are an experienced academic or professional with a track record of programme/service development, delivery and evaluation and research activity in public health this is an excellent opportunity to make a difference while building your academic career. You will demonstrate enthusiasm for your specialty and a willingness to be innovative and creative while making use of development opportunities to improve self and the School. The role will include delivery on the Masters in Public Health programme and contribution to the development and delivery of an online version of the programme. In addition to teaching and learning responsibilities, you will be expected to lead on research activity in your specialism related to the research clusters of the Faculty, seeking grants and delivering on research targets.

School commitments to student recruitment, programme/module leadership and the role of Personal Academic Tutor are included in the role. Additionally you will be expected to maintain excellent levels of knowledge in your specialist area, maintaining or working towards gaining local/regional recognition as an expert in this field. You will have a passion for our widening participation agenda to enable all students to achieve their potential.

Faculty research activity is locally and internationally significant, undertaken in collaboration with the Local Authority, NHS and other partners. The university focuses its research activity in three areas; sustainable societies, advanced healthcare and innovative engineering. Faculty research is supported by world-leading professors in diversity, dementia, digital innovations in healthcare, radiography & imaging and visual perception.

As a new academic, you will be mentored by an experienced colleague and supported to develop your academic career.

The hours are part-time 18hrs per week (equivalent to 2.5 days).

Interested persons are advised to contact Emmanuel Idowu, Head of School of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership for further information and discuss options;

Alternatively we are providing an opportunity to meet existing staff and ask any questions you may have on the opportunities available such as what it means to work at the University of Bradford. To book your place visit;

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