Lecturer Community Health at University of Embu
The University of Embu (UoEm) was established as a Constituent College of the University of Nairobi via a Legal Notice No. 65 of 17th June, 2011 by His Excellency the President. EUC is the successor of the former Embu Agricultural Staff Training (EAST) College which started in 1947 as an agricultural training school and was later renamed Embu Institute of Agriculture in 1968. In 1990, it was upgraded to be Embu Agricultural Staff Training (EAST) College whose mandate was to develop and implement short management and technical courses, and offer research and consultancy services to enhance performance in the agricultural sector.
Applicants must be holders of an earned PhD degree from a recognized University in the relevant area of specialty. In addition, applicants must:
- Have a Master’s degree in addition to a first degree from a recognized University in the relevant field;
- Show evidence of attendance and contribution at learned conferences, seminars or workshops; and
- Show evidence of continued research. Those who have university teaching experience and have published in refereed journals will have an added advantage
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