Academic Position: School of Health Sciences, Massey University

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Academic (A195-18CA)
School of Health Sciences, College of Health
Massey University
Wellington, New Zealand

Position overview

We have an opportunity to appoint a vibrant and engaged colleague to contribute to the newly created School of Health Sciences in the recently established College of Health at Massey University. This full-time ongoing position is at either Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, or Associate Professor level and will be located on Wellington campus. A PhD degree in Health Promotion, Public Health or related discipline is necessary. A person with connections to public health policy or practice with bicultural perspective would be preferred.

The School of Health Sciences includes staff with expertise across a range of disciplines from Biomedical Sciences to Public Health which includes Environmental Health, Health Promotion and Occupational Health and Safety. The Public Health/Health Promotion team provides a unique opportunity to collaborate across a range of areas with our current research portfolio covering health and social policy, Maori and indigenous health, healthy ageing and addictions, and community health and housing. Building on your own specialisation you will pursue an active research programme that contributes to the research portfolio of the School of Health Sciences and College of Health. You will contribute to the teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate Public Health and Health Science courses in the School of Health Sciences.

If this position excites you, then please apply online.

Enquiries of an academic nature should be addressed to: Associate Professor Rachel Page, Head of School, School of Health Sciences, Wellington, phone: +64 04 801 5799 ext 63462 or email

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