Associate Lecturer/Lecturer in Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs
The School of Public Health
The University of Queensland was, in 1936, the first university in the English-speaking world to establish a Department of Social Medicine. This evolved in the 1950’s to the Department of Preventative and Social Medicine and the School was formally established in 2001 to improve health outcomes through learning, discovery and engagement. The School of Public Health has recently been ranked as the top Public Health school in Australasia in the US News Global university rankings. We are a global leader in improving the health of populations in a changing and inequitable world.
The School’s strategy is centered on academic performance and a commitment to excellence in teaching. We offer programs and courses in all major fields of population and public health to almost 1000 postgraduate and undergraduate students. More than 100 research higher degree (PhD and MPhil) students actively contribute to the School’s vibrant research culture while receiving comprehensive preparation for academic careers or leadership roles in public health.
Our research is focused on making a real impact on some of the world’s most pressing health challenges and was recently ranked by the Australian Research Council as amongst the world's best. Current priorities include health behaviours and health promotion; cancer prevention; environmental health; epidemiology and biostatistics; longitudinal studies of women’s’ health; mental health; HIV/AIDS; substance use, antimicrobial stewardship and other aspects of health services research.
You will contribute to the high quality teaching and research in the School of Public Health. The successful applicant will be a key member of the ATODS teaching team, and will be responsible for the delivery of public health teaching into the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATODs) postgraduate courses at The University of Queensland. You will also be expected to develop a research program and contribute to research, including research grant applications, in the field of ATODs.
Applicants should be very close to, have submitted, or been awarded a PhD with demonstrated expert knowledge in alcohol, tobacco and other drugs within a Public Health framework. The successful appointee will also demonstrate teaching skills at undergraduate and postgraduate level and should be able to provide evidence of participation in the publication of scholarly papers.
The University of Queensland values diversity and inclusion.
Applications are particularly encouraged from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. For further information please contact our Australian Indigenous Employment Coordinator at: email@example.com
Applications are also encouraged from women.
This role is a full-time position; however flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
This is a full-time, fixed term appointment at Academic level A or B. The remuneration package will be in the below ranges, plus employer superannuation contributions of up to 17% (included in the total package figures below):
- Level A will be in the range $64,533.50 - $87,535.13 p.a., (total package will be in the range $75,504.19 - $102,416.10 p.a.);
- Level B will be in the range $92,142.74 - $109,419.20 p.a., (total package will be in the range $107,807.00 - $128,020.46 p.a.).
To discuss this role please contact Associate Professor Linda Selvey on +61 7 3345 5281 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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