We have taken a leading role over a prolonged period in employer engagement, the enhancement of learning and the student experience, impactful research, staff and leadership development, employer workforce development, as well as social, cultural and community enrichment. Through these significant strengths and a commitment to achieving excellence in all areas, Teesside University transforms lives and economies.
Applicants must hold a PhD in a relevant discipline, first degree in relevant discipline / equivalent professional qualification or significant practical work experience in a related discipline. You will utilise your knowledge to contribute to teaching, research, knowledge exchange, enterprise, and business engagement. You must hold or willing to achieve a relevant Teaching Qualification normally within two years of employment i.e PGCHE/ Higher Education Academy (Associate Fellow/Senior Fellow) accreditation.
The successful candidate will possess the ability to contribute to curriculum design and development and will be committed to undertaking research, development and/or scholarship.
You must have knowledge of and the ability to teach a range of Public Health related subjects. In addition, particular expertise and knowledge in one or more of the following areas; Biostatistics, Environmental Health Science, Epidemiology, Health Policy and Management, and Social and Behavioural Sciences, Social Policy, Sociology of Health, Epidemiology or Medical Anthropology is desirable for this post.
This post is available on a full-time or job share basis. If you wish to apply on a job share basis you must state this on your application.
Please be advised that due to the minimum salary thresholds imposed by the UKVI, this post may qualify for University sponsorship under the Skilled Worker visa route.
For further details of this and other posts, please refer to our website at https://www.tees.ac.uk/jobs
Please note if you are invited to interview this will take place via Microsoft Teams