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Assistant Professor (LGBTQIA+ Health) in Health, Behavior and Society

Overview

The Department of Health, Behavior and Society in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor to start July 1, 2022 or soon thereafter. 

For this position, the Department is particularly interested in faculty who hold substantive research expertise in the health and well-being of LGBTQIA+ and other sexual and gender minority populations, broadly construed.  Successful candidates will have relevant publications in LGBTQIA+ and other sexual and gender minority health, public health, and social and behavioral sciences through peer-reviewed publications. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to both ongoing and new projects, while growing an independent, grant-funded research program. In addition, evidence of success in external grant funding, and classroom teaching and mentoring experience are beneficial. 

Application Details

To apply for the position and learn more about the role, please visit: https://apply.interfolio.com/98613

The search committee will begin reviewing applications on January 15, 2022. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Questions

Please direct all questions about this search to the Department of Health, Behavior and Society's administrative specialist, Steven Montera, at hbs@jhu.edu.


Assistant Professor (Health Education and Health Promotion) in Health, Behavior and Society

Overview

The Department of Health, Behavior and Society in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor to start July 1, 2022 or soon thereafter.

Priority attention will be given to those who hold substantive pedagogical and research expertise in health education and health promotion with an emphasis on advancing the use of innovative behavior change, health communication, and community methods, theories, and interventions that address pressing public health problems. In particular, there is a desire to build capacity in the Department in research and teaching focused on designing, implementing, and evaluating effective health interventions at all levels of the socioecological framework, and the successful applicant would play a lead role in this capacity building.

The ideal candidate should have expertise in using participatory methods and working with multidisciplinary teams to assess community assets and needs, and to create, implement, and evaluate programs, practices, and policies that foster health. They should demonstrate capability in leading research and teaching in the design of behavior change interventions that apply strategies and methods from health education, health promotion, communication, advocacy, technology, and other fields to improve health and advance behavioral sciences in public health. The selected candidate will also be expected to provide professional service to the University, profession, and community.

Application Details

To apply for the position and learn more about the role, please visit: https://apply.interfolio.com/99780

Questions

Please direct all questions about this search to the Department of Health, Behavior and Society's administrative specialist, Steven Montera, at hbs@jhu.edu.


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