Department of Occupational and Environmental Health
The University of Iowa, College of Public Health
The University of Iowa, College of Public Health invites applications for a
research-track faculty position in Occupational and Environmental Health.
Department of Occupational and Environmental
The Department offers a rich environment for collaborative research. Fifteen professors direct or participate in
an array of extramurally funded research and outreach programs, including:
- A CDC-funded Injury Prevention Research Center
NIOSH-funded Center for Agricultural Safety and Health
- A NIOSH-funded Education and Research Center
- A NIOSH-funded Healthier
Workforce Center of the Midwest
- A NIEHS-funded Environmental Health Sciences Research Center
- A NIEHS-funded Iowa Superfund
- NIH, CDC, and other investigator-initiated research projects
Applications will be considered at the level of Assistant Professor (Research Track).
Responsibilities of the position
- Develop an independent research portfolio in the area of traumatic injury and violence prevention (e.g., develop
grant proposals for diverse funding sources including NIH, CDC and foundations; learn to lead large epidemiologic studies)
and support epidemiologic studies of traumatic injury and violence prevention with human populations
- Develop and lead statistical
analysis plans for injury and violence prevention projects such as in homicide/suicide, opioid overdose, falls in older adults,
transportation and workplace violence
- Develop dissemination materials for internal and external partners, such as policy briefs and
- Develop dissemination materials for research audiences, such as peer-reviewed manuscripts and conference
- Supervise students with experiential learning projects
- Support advancement of the UI Injury Prevention
Research Center’s core mission
- Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to promoting a diverse academic
For consideration, applicants must hold a PhD or other doctorate in a relevant
field including graduate-level training in epidemiologic methods; have publications in relevant peer-reviewed journals; demonstrate the
ability to develop an externally funded research program and future scholarship. Additionally, applicants should have knowledge of advanced
statistical methods; and have experience with administrative datasets.
College of Public Health
College of Public Health was founded in 1999 as the major component of the Public Health Initiative, sponsored by The University of Iowa and
the State of Iowa. The college is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in public health scholarship, teaching, and community service.
Housed in a beautiful new facility overlooking the Iowa River, the college offers a rich environment interdisciplinary research, and is home
to an array of graduate programs (MPH, MHA, MS, PhD) and new undergraduate degree programs in public health (BA, BS).
Iowa City is a vibrant Midwestern university town with an intellectual and cultural atmosphere, diverse
international community, a dynamic downtown full of shops and restaurants. Iowa City is a UNESCO City of Literature and is adjacent to
campus, has a great public education system, friendly people, affordable homes, easy commutes, and many other assets that make it one of the
highest ranked cities in the country:
* No. 4 Top 100 Places to Live (Livability, 2019)
* Iowa City #3 of Top 20 Best US Cities
for College Grads (Business Insider 2019)
* No. 1 Best Small Metro to live after College Graduation (American Institute for Economic
* No. 5 Best College Towns in America (Business Insider 2017)
To apply for
this position, please visit http://jobs.uiowa.edu, faculty requisition
#73989, where you will be asked to submit curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests, and the names of three professional
references. Please address inquiries and nominations to the search committee administrator, Lisa Irving at email@example.com.
You can visit our department website at: http://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/oeh/
The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran. The University also affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities and equal access to University facilities. For additional information contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, (319) 335-0705.
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