|Full time starting salary is normally in the range £45,585 to £54,395 with potential progression once in post to £61,198. Grade 8
|7th February 2024
|5th March 2024
Academic Development Programme - new Assistant Professors will undertake a 5-year development programme, at the end of which they are expected to be promoted to Associate Professor. The programme consists of a variety of development opportunities and the time to reflect and develop.
The Institute of Applied Health Research (IAHR) is seeking to expand and develop its portfolio of Public Health and related teaching and research through the recruitment of an Assistant Professor to support existing programmes and to assist in the development of innovative new modules and programmes. This is an exciting time to join the Institute; over the last year, the Institute has benefited from over £22m research funding and now employs over 300 members of staff. The Institute is a key part of the PHRESH consortium, which has been successful in joining the NIHR School for Public Health Research, and is developing close research and educational links with Public Health in Local Authorities (principally Birmingham City Council and Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council).
You will contribute to the full range of research, teaching and administration, and will be expected to demonstrate academic citizenship, developing and maintaining generous, mutually respectful and supportive working relationships with all staff and students, and ensuring the way you carry out your role impacts positively on how others can carry out theirs.
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