Faculty Positions in Environmental Health Sciences @ East
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Mon Dec 9 03:41:42 EST 2002
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY invites applications for two positions at the
Assistant/Associate Professor level in the Environmental Health Sciences and
Safety Program <http://www.ecu.edu/hhp/ehst <http://www.ecu.edu/hhp/ehst> >
of the Department of Health Education and Promotion, in the School of Health
and Human Performance <http://www.ecu.edu/hhp/ <http://www.ecu.edu/hhp/> >.
The positions are available August 25, 2003. Screening begins February 5,
2003 and will continue until both positions are filled.
Applicants should possess the following qualifications: doctorate in
environmental health or strongly related field, potential as a teacher and a
researcher. Course topics to be covered by the two positions include:
general environmental health, toxicology, water supply, waste water
treatment, food sanitation, insect and vector control, industrial hygiene,
and environmental health management/ law as part of a comprehensive
environmental health and safety curriculum. Experience and certifications
such as RS/REHS/CIH/CSP/ Toxicologist are desirable. Demonstrated ability to
interact effectively with students, research/creative activity, teaching,
advising and service is expected.
Application, curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts, and three letters of
reference should be sent to: Dr. Daniel D. Sprau, Chair, EHST Search
Committee, Environmental Health Sciences Program, Department of Health
Education and Promotion, School of Health and Human Performance, East
Carolina University, Belk Allied Health Building Room 310-B, Greenville, NC
27858-4353; Phone (252) 328-4249; FAX (252) 328-0380; E-mail:
spraud at mail.ecu.edu <mailto:spraud at mail.ecu.edu> .
East Carolina University is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action
Employer. The University accommodates individuals with disabilities.
Applicants must comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Official
transcripts required upon employment.
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