Director for Biostatistics Shared Resource/Biostatistician
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, a National Cancer Institute Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center seeks applications at the Associate Professor to Professor level for a Director for the Biometrics Shared Resource (BSR). A tenure-track position with a competitive research package is available for the right candidate. The academic appointment will be in the Rutgers School of Public Health with a resident faculty appointment at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey. The BSR consists of seven PhD faculty who engage in collaborative research with clinicians and scientists at Rutgers Cancer Institute as well as three Master’s level research staff who provide programming and data analysis support.
Assistant Director, Center on Gun Violence Research- Open Rank Faculty Position
New Jersey’s Center on Gun Violence Research (GVRC), currently supported through funding by the state of New Jersey, is seeking an innovative and productive scholar, policy maker, and leader to join the Rutgers School of Public Health as an Assistant Director. This faculty position will be an open rank (Instructor to Full Professor), tenure-track or non-tenure track (Clinical or Professional Practice). The New Jersey GVRC is one of only three publicly funded centers in the nation. The Assistant Director will be working directly with Michael Anestis, PhD, who has just been appointed as the Executive Director.
Open-Rank, Tenure-Track Faculty Positions
The Department of Health Behavior, Society, and Policy (HBSP) at the Rutgers School of Public Health is developing a new MPH concentration in Population Aging. We have two open-rank, tenure-track positions for faculty members who will be expected to develop courses and teach in the new concentration. We are seeking candidates with a wide range of scholarly backgrounds, including public health, gerontology, economics, sociology, psychology, anthropology, health services, health policy, medicine, etc. We are particularly interested in hiring scholars with expertise in 1) aging and mental health (e.g., dementia, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder) and/or 2) aging and end-of-life care (e.g., palliative care, hospice, medically-assisted dying). Research addressing the needs of vulnerable groups is highly desirable. Candidates with expertise in advanced quantitative methods, mixed methods, or community-based participatory research will be given special consideration. 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; contribute actively to the teaching mission using modern pedagogical techniques; and mentor MPH and doctoral students.
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.
Professor & Assistant/Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
We seek an innovative and productive scientist and leader to join the Rutgers School of Public Health as Professor and Assistant/Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs. 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 all faculty mentoring and research of SPH as it works to fulfill its mission and realize its strategic plan. The Assistant/Associate Dean will lead a portfolio of institutional efforts to sustain a culture of excellence. Functional areas of primary responsibility include faculty affairs, including mentoring.
Senior Faculty Position
The Rutgers School of Public Health employs an innovative, interdisciplinary model, with the aim of improving health locally, domestically and worldwide through a unique blend of public health research, practice, and education. We are seeking a well-established, academic epidemiologist to join us as an Associate Professor or Professor. The ideal candidate will enhance our epidemiological core and complement or deepen our current department strengths, including but not limited to, Cancer, Violence Prevention, Social Determents of Health, Environment/Climate Change, Health Disparities, Occupational Health, Immigration/Migration, Nutrition, LGBTQ Health, Sexual And Reproductive Health. We seek an individual who has a well-developed extramurally funded research program that Is informed by observational studies, clinical trials, or implementation science, and through the application of innovative methodologies and approaches. The ideal candidate should have a track record of improving population health through scholarship, service, mentorship, and translation and will also actively contribute to our teaching mission using modern pedagogy.