The University of Wolverhampton

Lecturer in Public Health and Health Studies

Wolverhampton Campus
Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing
Contract Type
Advert Status
35,844 - 42,793 pa
Closing Date
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The Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing at the University of Wolverhampton is one of the leading providers of public health, social care and nursing courses to students in the UK and abroad.  Our current provision in the Public Health subject area includes undergraduate and postgraduate courses in public health and health studies as well as other health and social care related courses delivered either on campus or via a distance learning route; it also includes the internationally recognised Master of Public Health award (MPH), one of the largest and most popular MPH courses in the UK.  These exciting and innovative courses provide our vibrant student community with a strong focus on developing high standards in healthcare and are strengthened by the opportunities that interprofessional learning, teaching and research can offer.


Our outstanding provision has been recognised by those wishing to study with us; following a considerable growth in student recruitment we’re looking to enhance our existing academic team in appointing a suitably experienced and qualified person to the post of Lecturer in Public Health.  The post is offered on a full-time basis.


You will be a hard-working, professional, committed and enthusiastic individual who enjoys working in a multidisciplinary team.  Educated to Masters Level or above (or equivalent), you will have a proven track record of academic expertise in the subject areas of Public Health, Health Studies and Health and Social Care practice, or a combination of these.  As well as contributing to awards in this area, you will be expected to work closely with colleagues across all subject areas and contribute to a range of popular degrees within the Faculty, and to engage in research and consultancy.  We want you to help our existing team of friendly, motivated and passionate academics ensure that students get the best from our courses.  If this sounds like you the job for you, we want to hear from you.


For an informal discussion about the posts, please contact:


Dr Ranjit Khutan, Head of Department - Public Health,


Katherine Birch, Deputy Head of the Institute of Health,


Interview date:                 TBC

The University of Wolverhampton values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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