|Salary:||£43,415 to £54,950 per annum|
|Placed On:||23rd March 2023|
|Closes:||13th April 2023|
The Department of Public Health, Policy and Systems is seeking to appoint an accomplished and highly motivated individual to join an active and thriving academic environment contributing to flagship research and teaching programs run by the Department.
We are seeking a creative individual to join a globally recognised multi-disciplinary team working on a range of projects examining how different types of diet-related public health policies (e.g. structural vs. information-based policy interventions) impact population-level diet, obesity, disease burden and social inequalities in health as well as developing new research lines in the theme of preventing Non-communicable diseases and reducing health inequalities.
You will be expected to bring independence, enthusiasm and valuable expertise and experience to strengthen the collaboration, and contribute to developing methods and applications to improve health through better diets and preventing NCDs using different approaches, as well as contribute to departmental teaching in Public Health.
The post is an exciting opportunity to develop as a leader willing to work at the interface of epidemiology, advanced quantitative methods and policy decision support with a focus on the impact on community and population health.
The post will be permanent, and we require a candidate with a strong quantitative background, an interest in working in a multi-disciplinary environment and relevant expertise/knowledge of the core research area (i.e. public health policy, non-communicable disease epidemiology, diet/obesity, quantitative modelling). (See person specification for more details)
The post has an active departmental teaching contribution to our successful Masters programs in Public Health (MPH) and joining colleagues in providing social science and public health instruction for the undergraduate MBChB medical curriculum. The post will also provide training, supervision and support to MA and PGR students.
We encourage you to contact Professor O’Flaherty firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Kypridemos email@example.com for any enquiries about the post.
The University has the right to close the vacancy early if it is deemed that there have been enough applications received
For full details and to apply online, please visit: recruit.liverpool.ac.uk
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