Positions in the University of Maryland School of Public Health

Current faculty, staff and graduate assistant positions in the School of Public Health are listed on the UMD eJobs site. Here are some faculty and staff positions open as of October 2018.

Systems Administrator, School of Public Health (Best consideration date: February 13, 2018)

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The Systems Administrator will administer the school’s website and assist in scoping, developing, deploying, and maintaining the school’s computing systems. S/he will be responsible for assigning and troubleshooting roles and permissions on multiple systems; coordinating campus hosting of the school’s website and other assets; contributing to data security protocols; documenting and developing training materials for users of various systems; and, administering, maintaining, and troubleshooting server-based systems for research support.

Assistant, Associate or Full Research Professor, Behavioral & Community Health

An Assistant, Associate, or Full Research Professor position is available in the department. Successful candidates will teach, advise, and/or service responsibilities coming from the department. Applicants must demonstrate evidence of a sustainable and focused research program and a strong publication record. Candidates who complement ongoing areas of research (e.g., tobacco use, substance abuse, risk behaviors in emerging adults, cancer control, health disparities, impaired driving) or who have a high level of expertise in related skills or topics (e.g., social network analysis, instrument development, community interventions, health communication, health literacy), are particularly encouraged to apply.

Assistant, Associate or Full Professor, Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health

The Institute seeks applicants with research interests that span local, national, and international environmental health problems who can integrate with our existing faculty who have expertise in exposure assessment; air and water quality; infectious disease; built environment; and other areas. A successful candidate is expected to have external funding to support a significant portion of their salary with supplemental funding possible for teaching, advising, administrative, and/or service responsibilities within the School of Public Health. Joint positions across SPH units or with other units on campus may be available.