Senior Lecturer in Public Health Medicine (Part-time)
Why this role matters
As a researcher and educator, you will conduct high quality research and make a significant contribution to educational excellence in the School of Population Health and the Faculty of Medicine & Health. The role will contribute to teaching of public health across the undergraduate medical curriculum.
Who You Are
You will have a medical degree and Fellowship of the Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (or comparable international equivalent), and eligibility for registration as a specialist public health physician with AHPRA. Your extensive professional experience in public health medicine and/or related fields, as well as a higher degree in a related discipline and/or relevant work experience, will make you an asset in the role.
Your experience in teaching and learning design, development and delivery of courses and programs, at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level, will enable you to contribute to the teaching of public health across the undergraduate medical curriculum. Your experience in implementing educational technologies and online delivery methods will also be beneficial.
As someone with a demonstrated track record in research, you have a proven ability to produce outcomes of high quality and high impact. Your research has clear evidence of excellence, and you have the capacity for research leadership.
Why work with us: benefits and culture
UNSW offer a competitive salary and access to UNSW benefits including:
How To Apply
Please click Apply now to submit your application online. Applications should not be sent to the contact listed below. Can you please provide a resume and a cover letter briefly addressing the criteria listed in the position description.
Contact (job related questions only)
A/Professor Joel Rhees E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: Sunday, 26th March before 11.30pm.
UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ+ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff.
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