Lecturer in Epidemiology

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Amar Annamalai
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Lecturer in Epidemiology

Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics School of Public Health
Lecturer in Epidemiology (non-clinical)

Salary Range: £45,040 to £50,190 per annum
(Appointment spine point will depend upon qualifications and experience)

This new post is based in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics within the School of Public Health and is based at the College’s St. Mary’s campus in Paddington.
Research as well as teaching are considered an integral part of the post. The postholder will play a leading role in the development of research and teaching in non-communicable disease epidemiology, with a particular focus on cardiovascular and metabolic
disease, both within the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics as well as across the School, the Faculty and the College.
The post will also involve the usual administrative duties associated with a busy academic and researchactive environment. The postholder may also be required to undertake other duties, as required by the Head of Department and Head of School.
The successful candidate must have a further higher degree, PhD (in Epidemiology or Public Health or other quantitative sciences including biostatistics) or equivalent research experience; have a strong track record of publications, high level of analytical capability
and experience of training undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Proven skills in leading, motivating, developing and managing the performance of colleagues; ensuring the effective performance and development of a leading research department is essential.
This is a full time, open ended post.
Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Professor Paul Elliott (p.elliott@imperial.ac.uk).
Our preferred method of application is online via our website http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/employment. Please complete and upload an application form as directed.
Please quote reference number: SM196-13.

Deadline: 27 October 2013

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