The University of Queensland

Lecturer in Epidemiology (Internal Applicants Only) (BB-C83B1)

Found in: Neuvoo AU


About This Opportunity

Opportunity to contribute to teaching and research activities in the field of epidemiology in the School and the University more broadly. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Contribute to the development, organisation and delivery, including course coordination, of high quality courses in epidemiology within the suite of postgraduate and undergraduate programs managed by the School of Public Health and the Faculty of Medicine in both face to face and external modes of delivery
  • Attract research grants to support research activities in collaboration with multidisciplinary teams;
  • Contribute to the management and collaborative culture of the School via membership of appropriate committees and engaging in projects or other activities aimed at enhancing research and teaching;
  • This position is located at our , UQ’s core campus for clinical health teaching and research. Sharing premises with royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and the QIMR Berghofer Medical research Institute, the campus houses a vibrant clinical and research community that delivers innovative and contemporary research and education programs in a clinical academic environment. Conveniently located just minutes from Brisbane’s city centre, there is access to multiple public transport connections, onsite parking and cycling facilities.

    For US applicants, please note that Australian Universities use British terminology, as such a Lecturer position is equivalent to that of a non-tenured Assistant Professor position in the US

    Our Ideal Candidate

    In addition to a research doctorate (PhD) with a strong emphasis on epidemiology, we are seeking candidates with experience in effective university teaching using a variety of modes (i.e. internal/ external/ blended learning).

    The successful appointee must also be able to demonstrate skills and experience in the following areas:

  • Ability to work effectively in teams in teaching and research as well as collaboratively in a multidisciplinary setting with colleagues in public health fields (including epidemiology), biomedical and social sciences;
  • Demonstrated ability to build professional relationships and networks with external agencies and clinicians to develop collaborative research and/or teaching initiatives;
  • High level interpersonal, communication, organizational and time management skills;
  • An established record of publication in high-ranking refereed journals and other knowledge translation outlets, and experience in collaborating with research groups
  • An emerging track record of applications for external research funds
  • Experience in supervision of student projects, dissertations, and/or PhD theses
  • Demonstrated efficient management of allocated internal service roles and an active contribution to the profession and the community.
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