Faculty Position in Health Informatics at University of Waterloo, Canada
The School of Public Health and Health Systems at the University of Waterloo is seeking an exceptional teacher and applied researcher for a tenure track position in health informatics. The position requires a PhD and is suitable for persons with a demonstrated appreciation and understanding of the field of health informatics in the context of public health and health systems. The initial appointment will be at a rank of Assistant or Associate Professor.
The ideal candidate will have primary expertise in health informatics such as the collection, organization, use, manipulation, protection, analysis, dissemination, and display of information to inform policy and other decision making for public health or health systems. Informatics expertise in complex adaptive systems and systems thinking, health care services integration and efficiency, public and population health, health and aging, health inequalities, or chronic disease prevention would be particularly appealing. Expertise in hardware systems or a research focus on purely clinical applications is outside the scope of this position. The position will include a balance of teaching, graduate supervision and advisement, service, and research. The successful applicant must have a demonstrated record of achievement or show exceptional promise as a productive and innovative systems thinker and change agent, as well as an effective applied researcher, teacher and graduate supervisor.
The anticipated start date is spring, 2012. Please submit a curriculum vitae, a letter of interest, a statement of teaching philosophy and experience, as well as three letters of reference to: Dr. Paul McDonald, Professor and Director, School of Public Health and Health Systems, Burt Mathews Hall, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, N2L 3G1. Application materials may also be sent electronically to pwmcdona[at]uwaterloo.ca.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. The University of Waterloo encourages applications from all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities.
Please note: all queries should be directed to University of Waterloo, not to IMIA.
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