The Colorado School
of Public Health seeks two full-time, tenure-track faculty
members with expertise in Environmental and Occupational
Health. We seek applicants who have expertise in
cross-disciplinary research, research-to-practice, and
teaching in the following areas: Occupational Epidemiology,
Occupational/Environmental Implementation Science, Total
Worker Health, Geospatial Methods in Environmental Health,
and/or Emergency Preparedness, Resilience, and Response.
Applicants outside these specific areas are also encouraged to
apply if they can articulate a vision for their research and
explain how their interests and expertise complement existing
strengths within the department. Ideal applicants will also
have a demonstrated commitment to promoting diversity and
effective mentoring of the next generation of EOH leaders.
These are 12-month tenure-eligible
research and teaching positions. The ideal candidates will
have an interest in shaping the trajectory of a vibrant and
growing department, an established funded research program,
experience translating and disseminating research into
practice, enjoy working in a collaborative team environment,
and be committed to graduate level teaching and mentoring.
Excellent collaboration opportunities exist within the
Department, the Center for Health, Work & Environment, the
University of Colorado Center for Climate Change and Health,
and throughout the School of Public Health as well as at the
CU School of Medicine, CU School of Pharmacy, University of
Colorado Denver Downtown and Boulder Campuses, Colorado State
University, National Jewish Health, and with the many federal
partners with regional headquarters in the Denver metropolitan
area. We anticipate hiring one Full and one Associate
Professor. Rank at the time of appointment will be
commensurate with experience and the relevant appointment
criteria of the Colorado School of Public Health.
Applicants for these positions
should have a record of high-quality teaching and experience
leading a vigorous a sponsored research program. Candidates
should submit a full CV and a letter of application that
addresses: 1) research accomplishments, interests and goals;
2) extramural funding history 3) teaching experience and
commitment to mentoring students and trainees; 4) experience
in research translation, dissemination, and, if applicable,
public health practice. Applicants should also provide the
names of three to five professional references. These
materials should be submitted to
CU Careers; search for Career Opportunities and enter
Keyword 12822 .
A review of application materials
will begin on March 30, 2018. Full consideration will be given
to complete applications received by July 1, 2018.
The University of Colorado is an
equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to
recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse community of
outstanding faculty, staff, and students. All applicants who
share this goal are encouraged to apply.