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JOB – Epidemiology

Tuesday 7.05.2013

INSTITUTION: Dean of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences-SGGW, Nowoursynowska 159

CITY: 02-776 Warsaw, Poland

POSITION : research-didactic adjunct

DISCIPLINE: veterinary epidemiology

POSTED: 8.05.2013

EXPIRES: 22.05.2013

WEBSITE: https://intranet.sggw.pl/intranet/?q=taxonomy/term/30

KEY WORDS: veterinary medicine, epidemiology

DESCRIPTION (field, expectations, comments): [in accordance with the Article 118a of the Act – Law on Higher Education of 27 July 2005 (Journal of Laws, No. 164, pos. 1365, with further changes) Added Article 1 paragraph 91) of the Act of 18.03.2011 Act – Law on Higher Education, the Law on Academic Degrees and the Academic Title and Degrees and Title in the field of art and certain other acts (Journal of Laws No. 84, pos. 455), and the Statute of the University].

Only those candidates who meet the requirements of the article 109, points 1-5 of the Act – Law on Higher Education and the Statute of the University (annex 6 point 9) can apply for this position:

–          the candidate should hold a degree of veterinary surgeon or related, and should have at least grade B on the diploma,

–          the candidate should hold a degree of Ph.D. in veterinary medicine,

–          the candidate should have completed postgraduate studies in statistics,

–          the candidate should be prepared to conduct classes in biostatistics and veterinary epidemiology, both in Polish and in English and should demonstrate predisposition to teaching supported by at least 3 years of experience,

–          the candidate should have scientific achievements in veterinary epidemiology:

–          authorship or co-authorship of at least 10 scientific publications in journals indexed in PubMed,

–          total Impact Factor (according to the year of publications) of at least 5.0,

–          total number of points for scientific publications (according to the announcement of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 17 September 2012) is of least 100,

–          H-index of at least 2,

–          the candidate should have practical experience in veterinary epidemiology,

–          fluency in Polish and English (supported by the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) or related) is required.

Documents required:

–          application for employment,

–          copy of the diploma of veterinary studies and postgraduate studies in statistics,

–          copy of the Ph.D. diploma,

–          list of scientific publications,

–          curriculum vitae,

–          candidate’s statement on fulfilling requirements of the article 109, points 1-5 of the act – Law on Higher Education,

–          declaration that Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW will be the main workplace after employment on the aforementioned position,

–          certificate of an occupational medicine physician allowing to work in the aforementioned position.

In addition, people from outside the University:

–          personal questionnaire and two photos,

–          feedback from last employer,

–          certificate of employment.

Aforementioned documents should be submitted to the Dean’s Office of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences-SGGW, 02-776 Warsaw, Nowoursynowska 159 not later than till 22.05. 2013 r.

The contest will be judged and the results announced until 24.05.2013, on the bulletin board of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, in front of the Dean’s Office.

For more information contact: the Laboratory of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences-SGGW, phone number: (22) 593 61 11, 02-776 Warsaw, Nowoursynowska 159c.


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