The Wits School of Public Health (WSPH) is one of the largest Schools of Public Health in South Africa, with an international reputation for its teaching programmes, conducting high quality and relevant research, community outreach and policy engagement activities.
The School has a large interdisciplinary doctoral programme grounded in public and population health with strong links to social, clinical and quantitative sciences. Doctoral training is a major thrust of the School which is a partner in the trans-continental Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA) programme.
The School of Public Health seeks a talented and committed academic to play a leading role in running and strengthening the doctoral programme.
This is primarily a teaching post and the successful candidate should expect to devote approximately 60% of his/her time to activities that support teaching and learning. These include:
Please note that all shortlisted applicants will be required to present their vision for doctoral training and public health research at the Wits School of Public Health.
The remuneration package offered will depend on qualifications and experience and is subject to the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg regulations.
Closing date: open until suitable candidate is found
External applicants are invited to apply by registering their profiles and applying on the Wits i-recruitment platform located at https://irec.wits.ac.za
Please include the following:
Internal applicants may apply directly on Oracle Self-Service.
The University is committed to employment equity. Preference will be given to appointable applicants from the designated South African groups in terms of the relevant employment equity plans and policies of the University. The University retains the right not to make an appointment, to re-advertise and to verify all information provided by candidates. Please note that correspondence will only be entered into with shortlisted candidates.
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