Assistant Professor
 


Medical College,  Pakistan
Department of Community Health Sciences

​Assistant Professor

Introduction

​Aga Khan University, a private, self-governing international university chartered in Pakistan, is a role model for academic, research and service programmes in health and higher education in the developing world.

The University's Department of Community Health Sciences strives for excellence in public health research, education and services for developing national and international leadership to address community's health needs and to strengthen health systems in partnership with the communities, government, non-government organizations and academic institutions nationally and internationally.

Aga Khan University invites applications for the position of ​Assistant Professor.
Responsibilities

The incumbent will:

  • teach in the graduate programmes (MSc, PhD), undergraduate programmes and in short courses
  • conduct independent research and participate in projects and consultancy services
  • perform assigned administrative responsibilities.
Requirements

The candidates should possess:

  • PhD or FCPS in a Public Health discipline with a preferable focus in  Population Studies / Reproductive Health or equivalent
  • a minimum of five years’ experience of teaching in a reputable institution with demonstrated scholarship through research and publication
  • ability to provide conceptual and technical input to a diverse range of research studies in the department and the institution
  • track record of having obtained research grants will be preferred
  • strong interpersonal and leadership skills.
To Apply

Interested candidates should send their detailed CVs with names and contact details (including email addresses) of at least three referees familiar with your recent work history by email to recruitment@aku.edu. Please mention the position applied for in the subject line.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


Applications should be submitted latest by August 7, 2013.

 
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