University of North Carolina at Charlotte — Assistant Professor in Community Health

Department of Public Health Sciences, College of Health and Human Services, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

The Assistant (tenure track) Professor of Community Health will: a) engage in scholarship that advances the Department’s portfolio of public health research; b) teach in our undergraduate, masters and doctoral program(s); and c) contribute professional service to the institution, community, and discipline. Eligible applicants will contribute to the University’s Diversity Plan at https://diversity.uncc.edu/diversity-plan.

The Department of Public Health Sciences includes 30 full-time faculty serving over 1500 undergraduate and 200 graduate students. Eligible candidates must have a doctoral degree in public health or a closely related area by August 2023. Preferred candidates will have earned an MPH. The extent to which the candidate can contribute to the mission and vision (https://publichealth.charlotte.edu/about-us) of the Department will be considered.

Applicants with research agendas in the areas of: cancer and other chronic diseases; maternal and child health; sexually transmitted infections; suicide, violence and/or injury prevention; and physical activity and nutrition are encouraged to apply. Preferred candidates will have teaching experience related to behavioral theories, health promotion interventions and/or program planning and evaluation and/or can demonstrate effective teaching of students from socially and historically marginalized populations. For more details, visit https://jobs.charlotte.edu/ position 007672 or contact Dr. Rob Cramer (rcramer4@uncc.edu). Review of applications will begin on February 15, 2023 and continue until the position is filled.

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