Research Theme Leader for the Institute of Health and Wellbeing
The Institute of Health and Wellbeing is looking to recruit academic leaders for each of its newly established research themes:
- Family Health and Wellbeing
- Health and Wellbeing of the Ageing Population
- Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing
- Environment, Health and Wellbeing
- Organisational Health and Wellbeing
We are seeking expressions of interest from individuals across the University who have the energy, commitment and drive to develop these themes into successful and high profile programmes of activity that engage colleagues from across a range of academic disciplines and deliver research, social enterprise, training and CPD, consultancy and postgraduate opportunities.
Time for this post will be negotiated with the successful applicants’ line managers.
Expressions of interest should be no more than 2 sides of A4 and express the individual’s vision for the theme they are applying for. The Institute has conducted a mapping exercise for each theme to identify potential areas of activity, which will be made available to interested individuals by Katie Jones on request.
Expressions of interest should be submitted to Katie Jones, Manager of the Institute of Health and Wellbeing by 4pm on Friday 28th February 2014.
Candidates will then be invited for an informal interview the week commencing the 3rd March 2014.