Lecturer, School of Public Health
The University of Hong Kong 's highest priorities are to create opportunities for the very best academic talents to excel and to advance human knowledge to the benefit of society. We serve the needs of Hong Kong, the wider region and the rest of the world.
Work type: Full-time
Department: School of Public Health (22400)
Categories: Academic-related Staff
Applications are invited for appointment as Lecturer in the School of Public Health (Ref.: 503205), to commence as soon as possible on a two-year fixed-term basis, with the possibility of renewal.
Applicants should possess a doctoral degree by research in public health, with at least 3 years’ relevant teaching practice. A portfolio of programme administration, course design, curriculum development, production of teaching materials, quality assurance, supervision of teaching practice, and/or student advising is highly preferred. The appointee will coordinate academic curriculum for MBBS, BASc(GHD) and MPH modules; teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses in medicine, allied health, healthcare management and policy; conduct problem-based learning and evidence-based practice tutorials; and develop and teach common core courses. He/She will also provide support to practicum placements, student support services, accreditation review exercises, and perform other duties as assigned.
A highly competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered, in addition to annual leave and medical benefits. At current rates, salaries tax does not exceed 15% of gross income. The appointment on fixed terms will attract a contract-end gratuity and University contribution to a retirement benefits scheme, totalling up to 15% of basic salary.
The University only accepts online application for the above post. Applicants should apply online and upload an up-to-date C.V. together with a 2-page teaching statement. Review of applications will start as soon as possible and continue until March 31, 2021, or until the post is filled, whichever is earlier.