JOB OPENING FOR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES OFFERS

JOB OPENING FOR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

FMHC&D requires the services of an Associate Professor in the department of Community Health Sciences. Interested candidates please apply in confidence to hrd@fmsystem.org


Job Description

Scope of work: He or she will be expected to:

  1. Share and gradually undertake the administrative as well as management responsibilities of the current HoD of CHS within 1-2 years.
  2. Undertake the graduate teaching as desired by the designation; but have active involvement in post-graduate teaching i.e the FCPS and MPH programs
  3. Supervise the process of ‘outreach services’ in establishing pilot models and especially making a good Field Demonstration area or the pilot projects
  4. Take a lead in writing the research proposal either generated by CHS or NCRP
  5. Have joint appointment along with the NCRP
  6. Be part of the team or even lead in seeking partnership arrangements or funding from various donors
  7. Follow any other responsibilities as suggested by HoD of CHS

Job Specification

The Assistant Professor will be expected to have

  1. All the key qualifications and years of teaching or publications as required by the PMDC to be a Associate Professor; preference will be given to a foreign qualified MPH/MPhil or PhD degree also.
  2. Preference will be given to those who also have experience or exposure in post-graduate teaching, especially for MPH Programme
  3. Those experienced in having taken a lead in either managing or supervising community based programmes or any organization or an NGO
  4. Having cleared either FCPS or MPhil and has been enrolled for PhD Programme
  5. Good writing and communication skills as demonstrated by write-ups or anything else
  6. Good leadership and team building skills as demonstrated in previous organization
  7. Willingness to purse a long-term career path
  8. Socially sensitive and committed for contributing in the field of Public Health

* For more details please contact, Ph: 042-111-555-600 Ext. 578