Ref PAR 2023/696
The University of Gothenburg tackles society’s challenges with diverse knowledge. 56 000 students and 6 600 employees make the university a large and inspiring place to work and study. Strong research and attractive study programmes attract scientists and students from around the world. With new knowledge and new perspectives, the University contributes to a better future.
The School of Public Health and Community Medicine, at the Institute of Medicine, conducts extensive education and research in global public health, general practice/family medicine, occupational medicine, environmental medicine, social medicine, medicine use and pharmaceutical policy. We also conduct education and research within nutritional epidemiology, insurance medicine, innovation and utilization, health economics, biostatistics and register epidemiology. We are developing interdisciplinary work on the UN´s Sustainable Development Goals with a focus on SGD 3 (health) and 8 (economical growth).
The Environmental medicine and toxicology research group has a focus on the relation between the occupational and general environment and human health, using observational epidemiological methods, interventional studies as well as experimental methods. The research group is involved in both national and international collaborative projects. The present project focuses on occupational heat stress exposure, evaluation of workplace prevention and health outcomes, and pathophysiological mechanisms for kidney damage.
You work independently with study design, data acquisition, advanced biostatistical analyses, and scientific publication within ongoing and planned projects. You are expected to get own grants. You independently work with scientific publication and dissemination of results. You are expected to participate in teaching and tutoring of basic level and master students at Sahlgrenska Academy.
- You should have a basic education in medicine or biomedicine
- You should have a PhD in occupational and environmental medicine, public health, epidemiology or related disciplines
- Expertise is required within epidemiology and biostatistics, including experience with advanced statistical packages.
- You should have documented good ability to work in an interdisciplinary and international environment at the interface between epidemiology and medicine, and to cooperate with other research groups.
- You should be proficient in English and Swedish. Basic skills in Spanish are a strong merit. You should have documented experience of teaching
Great emphasis is placed on personal qualifications such as flexibility and ability to quickly grasp new challenges
Type of employment: Temporary employment, 6 months Extent: 50 % Location: Institute of Medicine, Gothenburg First day of employment: 2023-07-01 or according to agreement.
Contact information for the post
Kristina Jakobsson, Professor +46(0)766486023, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jörgen Månsson, Deputy Head of Department, +46(0)31-7866686, email@example.com
Union representatives at the University of Gothenburg can be found here: https://www.gu.se/om-universitetet/jobba-hos-oss/hjalp-for-sokande
Certificate of PhD must be attached to the application.
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Applications must be received by: 2023-06-12.
Information for International Applicants
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Salaries are set individually at the University.In accordance with the National Archives of Sweden’s regulations, the University must archive application documents for two years after the appointment is filled. If you request that your documents are returned, they will be returned to you once the two years have passed. Otherwise, they will be destroyed.In connection to this recruitment, we have already decided which recruitment channels we should use. We therefore decline further contact with vendors, recruitment and staffing companies.