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Open Rank Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Epidemiology

The Department of Biostatistics & Epidemiology invites applications for an open rank, tenure track faculty position within the Epidemiological concentration and with expertise in epidemiological methods. We are open to candidates with a wide range of scholarly expertise that would complement or enhance our current Department strengths, including but not limited to: cancer, social determents of health, health disparities, violence prevention, environment/climate change, LGBTQ health; occupational health; immigration /migration; nutrition; or, sexual and reproductive health. We seek an individual with an established, extramurally funded research program informed by observational studies, clinical trials, implementation science, and through the application of innovative methodologies and approaches. Candidates should be motivated to understand and improve public health and population well being through scholarship, service, mentorship, and translation. The successful candidate will also contribute actively to our teaching mission using modern pedagogical techniques, engage in creative curriculum development, and mentor MPH and doctoral students. An interest in collaborating in the development of training programs is also desirable. An attractive recruitment package will include a competitive salary and start-up funds.


Open-Rank Positions - Department of Health Behavior, Society, & Policy

The Department of Health Behavior, Society, & Policy (HBSP) at the Rutgers School of Public Health has multiple open-rank, tenure-track positions for faculty members with expertise in health systems and policy, broadly construed. For one of the positions we will hire an economist who can teach health economics and has strong interests in analyses of health policy interventions, health care access and utilization, determinants of population health, and health care decision-making. For the other positions, we are seeking candidates with a wide range of scholarly backgrounds, including health services, health policy, economics, sociology, psychology, anthropology, political science, bioethics, gerontology, etc. We are particularly interested in hiring scholars with expertise in one or more of the following public health problems: 1) suicide and self-harm (including drug/alcohol abuse, tobacco use); 2) violence and abuse (e.g. homicide, childhood sexual abuse, domestic violence); 3) aging and mental health (e.g., dementia, depression); 4) end-of-life care (e.g., palliative care, hospice, polypharmacy, medically-assisted dying). We aspire to hire creative, collaborative faculty members who are motivated to understand and improve public health through scholarship, service, and policy development; have the potential to develop and sustain extramurally-funded research programs; will contribute actively to the teaching mission using modern pedagogical techniques; and will mentor MPH and doctoral students. An attractive recruitment package will include a competitive salary and start-up funds.


Professor of Epidemiology, Department of Biostatistics & Epidemiology and Associate Dean for Research

The School of Public Health seeks an innovative and productive scientist and leader to join the Rutgers School of Public Health as Professor of Epidemiology and Associate Dean for Research. The ideal candidate will provide strategic vision and intellectual leadership for the School while engaging synergies across the Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences and provide visionary leadership in the research of SPH as it works to fulfill its mission and realize its strategic plan. The Associate Dean will leads a portfolio of institutional efforts to sustain a culture of excellence among the SPH faculty members. Functional areas of primary responsibility include research development of the School.


Assistant Professor - Teaching Track

The Rutgers School of Public Health is seeking applications for a full-time, 12-month teaching track (non-tenure track) Assistant Professor appointment in Epidemiology. The successful candidate will: teach courses in Epidemiology; provide academic advising and mentoring for Master of Public Health students; develop and implement a program of faculty development in pedagogy; and contribute to public health pedagogy through scholarship. This is a 3-year appointment with possibility of renewal. The teaching load is 5 courses per year.