The University of Sunderland offers life-changing opportunities for 27,500 students across its campuses in Sunderland, London, Hong Kong, and through global partnerships with learning institutions in 15 countries. We're proud to be a top 50 UK university (Guardian University Guide 2023), with top-quality facilities, inclusive culture, and our vibrant, ever-changing city.
Enjoy a generous annual leave entitlement of 36 days, along with an additional 5 closure days over the Christmas break and 8 Bank Holidays.
We also provide access to the Local Government Pension Scheme, ensuring your financial security for the future.
As part of our commitment to your well-being, we offer the My Lifestyle Benefits Platform, where you can enjoy online discounts at hundreds of retailers every day. Plus, take advantage of exclusive schemes that allow you to purchase a new car, bike, or technology at a discounted rate.
Your health and well-being are important to us. That's why we provide access to private medical insurance, health cash plans, and guidance on financial well-being.
For those with young children, our on-site nursery offers exceptional care and education for children from birth to school age, operating throughout the year.
Maintaining an active lifestyle is made easy with discounted membership for CitySpace Fitness, our state-of-the-art facility for sports and social activities. You'll also have access to our fantastic support staff networks, free campus bus travel, on-site events, and much more.
With a track record of excellence in health education spanning almost 100 years, the University is well placed to contribute to the help address the chronic shortage in areas of Public Health specialties in practice in the Northeast. We have a significant focus on widening access and will deploy our expertise to ensure we recruit students from the communities they will ultimately serve.
About the role
As a Senior Lecturer of Public Health with a focus on Epidemiology, you will effectively contribute to the development and delivery of high-quality education, training and research in Public Health and related subjects, ensuring provision of a high-quality learning experience throughout the full student journey.
**What you can bring **
The ideal candidate will hold a postgraduate degree in Public Health or equivalent professional qualification or, in exceptional circumstances, has significant experience as a practitioner in Public Health.
You will possess significant experience of delivering teaching and learning in Public Health Epidemiology and related subjects within a UK Higher Education Institution and experience of Problem Based Learning and/or hold significant experience as a Public Health practitioner.
**What we can offer you **
The University of Sunderland is not just a place of academic excellence, but also a community that embraces inclusivity and support. We value our staff and offer a rewarding package that goes beyond just salary. Joining our team comes with a host of benefits designed to enhance your work-life balance and overall well-being.
At the University of Sunderland, we prioritise not only your professional growth but also your happiness and well-being.
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