Department of Health, Wellbeing and Family
37 hours per week
The role would require you to join a proactive, dynamic team providing teaching and related scholarly activities across Faculty programmes. The successful applicant will actively deliver and develop the educational opportunities which support the delivery of effective health promotion and public health across the changing public health landscape.
You will have a relevant higher degree, excellent teaching skills and experience of lecturing in the health promotion/public health field.
A post-graduate teaching qualification (or equivalent), a research profile and experience of teaching undergraduates and postgraduates would be advantageous.
For informal enquiries please contact Dr Sally Robinson, Professional Lead for Health Promotion and Public Health on 01227 782309.
For further details and to apply online please visit www.canterbury.ac.uk.
Tel: 01227 782514; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference number FHH0290. No agencies.
Interview date: Monday 16 June 2014