Institute of Food Safety and Health, College of Public Health, National Taiwan University
Two tenure-track faculty positions
One project-based faculty position
Two openings of tenure-track assistant professors or higher levels appointed in both the Master of Public Health (MPH) program and the Institute of Food Safety and Health (IFSH). The project-based assistant professor will be appointed in the IFSH. In addition to researches, the faculty members are expected to lecture on undergraduate, MPH, and IFSH courses.
Important dates?Tenure-track positions are from the August, 2020; application review will start on Jan. 15th 2020, and will continue until the positions are filled. The project-based position is from January 2020 till July 2021, and the application review will start on Dec. 9th 2019 till the position is filled.
Required: e-mail e-copies of documents to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject of “Application to faculty positions”
Optional: mail the package of application documents to: Director Chia-Yang Chen, the Institute of Food Safety and Health, College of Public Health, National Taiwan University, 17 Hsu-Chou Rd., Room 753, Taipei City (10055), Taiwan. Please note “Application to faculty positions” on the envelope.
A doctoral degree from a leading university around the world in food safety and health, or relating fields listed below:
Safety assessment of foods and food processing
Health risk communications of regulations and policies on food safety
Other relating fields that are complementary to the researches of other faculty members in the IFSH and in the College of Public Health, National Taiwan University
Possesses good English proficiency; Mandarin is not a must
A curriculum vitae with a publication list
Copies of diplomas and certificates of important experiences
Copies of academic transcripts from undergraduate to doctoral degrees
Full-text copies of representative papers within five years and reference papers within seven years
Teaching and research plans
Three letters of recommendation (two for the project-based position)
Any other documents demonstrating the qualifications, such as previous teaching courses, research grants, academic awards, etc.
Additional Salary Information: The salary depends on the levels of the faculty members. New faculty award will be awarded for a maximum of 3 years; continuance is conditional upon funding and evaluation.
About Institute of Food Safety and Health, National Taiwan University
National Taiwan University was founded in 1928 with initially only two academic divisions: the Literature and Politics division and the Science and Agriculture division, with about 60 students enrolled each semester. Since its foundation, NTU has grown exponentially and is currently the home to 11 colleges, 54 departments, 108 graduate institutes, over 50 national and university-level research centers, and over 32,000 students. Of these 11 colleges, the College of Public Health was established in 1993.
The College of Public Health at NTU is the first institution in Asia to be accredited by the Council on Education of Public Health (CEPH) in the U.S. Not only is NTU CPH accredited by CEPH, it is also a member of the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) in the U.S. In addition, the College of Public Health is home to the undergraduate Department of Public Health and 5 distinct graduate institutes: Institute of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine, Institute of Health Policy & Management, Institute of Health Behaviors & Community Sciences, Institute of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, and Institute of Food Safety & Health.
The College of ...Public Health strives to be a leading institution that fosters future public health professionals and leaders with sound scientific reasoning and humane caring, pursues innovation and excellence, and is dedicated to developing effective solutions to public health issues. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of populations worldwide by our devotion to education, research, and service. On par with our mission statement, we aim to instill in our students the core values of our institution: compassion, integrity, teamwork, and equality.