Research Fellow, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

Location
Auckland, New Zealand
Posted
04 Apr 2018
End of advertisement period
26 Apr 2018
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Part Time

Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

The School of Population Health, based at the University of Auckland's Tamaki Campus, is seeking to employ a Research Fellow as part of a project team investigating ways in which unhealthy commodity industries (alcohol, tobacco, gambling and food) influence public policy.

The project goal is to understand specific mechanisms by which tobacco, alcohol, gambling and unhealthy food and beverage industries create conditions favourable for influencing policy-makers.

Who are we looking for?

Applicants must have the following:

  • A PhD in a relevant field (health sciences, social sciences or humanities, ideally awarded in the last five years)
  • A track record of producing written publications, including technical reports and publishing in international peer-reviewed journals
  • Evidence of effective participation in research teams
  • Established working knowledge of social science methods
  • A sound understanding of key aspects of public health, including social and economic determinants

If this sounds like the next step in your career, we'd love to hear from you!

This is a part-time position (20 hours per week), available on a fixed term basis of three years.

If further information is required, please contact Professor Peter Adams at p.adams@auckland.ac.nz

Applications must be submitted online, below, by the close date of Thursday, 26 April 2018.

For further information go to www.auckland.ac.nz/opportunities

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