|Salary:||£43,414 to £51,805 Grade 8, per annum|
|Placed On:||7th February 2023|
|Closes:||26th February 2023|
The Department of Social and Policy Sciences is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Global Public Health.
About the role
You will teach on our newly launched MSc in Global Public Health & Policy, a degree taught jointly with the Department for Health.
We are looking for applicants with excellent teaching credentials, as well as promising research track records who could contribute to and benefit from our growing research strength in this area.
Alongside the Bath Beacon in 21st Century Public Health and the ground-breaking interdisciplinary public and global health research already ongoing at Bath, the MSc is an important component of a growing programme of high quality public and global health teaching and research within the University.
Our aim is to cement Bath as globally recognised centre of excellence using interdisciplinary approaches to understand and support effective responses to the complex challenges facing human and planetary health.
This role is offered on a full time (36.5 hours) permanent basis.
Additionally, you will be expected to teach a range of topics in public and global health. We are particularly interested in applications from candidates with expertise in health policy, commercial determinants of health, complex systems approaches, environmental sustainability and health, epidemiology, demography and global health governance.
For informal discussions about the role please contact Dr Sarah Moore (Head of Department of Social & Policy Sciences) on firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Harry Rutter or H.R.Rutter@bath.ac.uk.
About the Department
The Department for Social & Policy Sciences is one of the UK’s leading centres for social policy research and teaching excellence, committed to interdisciplinary and impactful research.
Our academic staff represent a range of disciplinary backgrounds, including social and public policy, sociology, social work, international development, and criminology.
We have a vibrant research community of academic staff, postgraduate students, and research staff, whose work is supported by the Department’s three research centres: the Centre for the Analysis of Social Policy and Society (CASPS), the Centre for International Development (CDS), and the Centre for Death and Society (CDAS).
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We aim to be an inclusive university, where difference is celebrated, respected and encouraged. We have an excellent international reputation with staff from over 60 different nations and have made a positive commitment towards gender equality and intersectionality receiving a Silver Athena SWAN award.
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