Job Summary

The Institute of Health Behaviors and Community Sciences at the College of Public Health, National Taiwan University, invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor position. This position will support the Institute’s growing educational and research programs and will be responsible for teaching, conducting high-quality research, and engaging in institutional and professional services.

The rank of the selected candidate will depend upon the candidate’s qualifications.

Candidates with expertise in community health promotion and intervention, or in a field related to health behaviors or the applications of social sciences in health promotion, are invited to submit their applications.

Required Qualifications

A doctoral degree awarded by October 31, 2022. A strong record of research, teaching, or fieldwork experiences will be preferably considered.

How to Apply

Applications are welcome from now.

1.           Cover letter: please specify which position rank you would like to apply for and include statements of research and teaching interests.

2.           A curriculum vitae (including education and work experiences, an academic publication list, a teaching plan with courses to offer, and future research directions).

3.           A copy of the diploma and documentation of work experiences (including academic transcripts or records of studies).

4.           Three letters of recommendation, sent directly by the referees to “ntuhbcs@ntu.edu.tw”.

5.           A copy of 1 to 2 representative academic publications in the past five years and other academic publications in the past seven years.

6.           Other relevant documents or materials that can help the search committee better understand the applicant’s qualifications.

Appointment start date: August 1, 2023

Applications are welcome from now. The review process of submitted applications will start from October 31, 2022, until the position is filled.

Application material and questions regarding the application should be addressed to Ms. Liu ( ntuhbcs@ntu.edu.tw )

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National Taiwan University is an equal opportunity employer.

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About College of Public Health, National Taiwan University

The College of Public Health, National Taiwan University (NTUCPH, or CPH; 國立台灣大學公共衛生學院) is the first college of public health in Taiwan. Experienced enormous growth in size and complexity, particularly after the early 1990s, CPH currently has nearly 60 full-time faculty members, around 700 students, and more than 3,000 alumni around the world. In 2017, NTUCPH became the first in Asia to receive accreditation by Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).

The institutional predecessor of National Taiwan University (NTU) was Taihoku (also known as Taipei) Imperial University, founded in 1928 by the Japanese colonial government. After World War II, Taihoku Imperial University was renamed as National Taiwan University. In the 2015 QS World University Rankings, which was published in September 15, 2015, NTU was ranked top 70.

The predecessor of CPH was the Institute of Tropical Medicine, established in 1939. In 1993, CPH was found as the eighth college established in NTU. Currently, CPH has one department (Department of Public Health), five institutes (Institute of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Institute of Health Policy and Management, Institute of Health Behaviors and Community Sciences, Institute of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, and Institute of Food Safety and Health), one professional degree program (Master of Public Health degree program), two research-based global health degree programs (MS and PhD in Global Health), and several research centers. In total, CPH provides a Bachelor’s degree program (BS), seven master’s degree programs (MS and MPH), and five doctoral degree programs (PhD).