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Lecturer in Applied Health Research

Department
Health Sciences
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Open
Salary
38,183 - 46.924
Apply by
02/01/2017
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Role Description

The Department of Health Sciences is seeking a Lecturer in Applied Health Research which will be based in one of our highly successful research groups https://www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/research/

As one of several new positions, this appointment is a key strategic development aimed at recruiting future leaders of health research to support the Department in maintaining its commitment to research and teaching excellence.

You will have the opportunity to be part of a large and successful vibrant multi-disciplinary Department, renowned for its methodological expertise and commitment to policy relevant health research and will contribute to the teaching and supervision of postgraduate students as well as expanding your research portfolio.

You will be expected to have a demonstrable track record of conducting high quality research that will complement and/or extend the existing research activity within the Department and applications are particularly welcomed from those with research skills and experience in the care of children and young people, including for example, life-limiting conditions and palliative care.  

Informal enquiries to Prof Patrick Doherty Patrick.doherty@york.ac.uk, Dr Lorna Fraser lorna.fraser@york.ac.uk or Prof Tracy Lightfoot tracy.lightfoot@york.ac.uk .

Salary will be within the range: £38,183 to £46,924 which is in line with Grade 7 on the University’s scale.

Athena Swan Bronze

 

 

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