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Reader/Professor in Food Policy

Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London
London

Posted: 9 May 2022

Deadline: 31 May 2022

Compensation: £56,586 to £63,668 per annum

Paid Full-time Permanent


Job description

This is an exciting new appointment within the Centre for Food Policy at City. Committed to the vision and mission of the centre, the successful candidate would serve to extend the impact of the Centre for Food Policy through conducting policy-engaged research and impact activities in their specialist area. The post holder will make a major contribution to the achievement of the research objectives of the School to academic excellence in line with the University and School’s strategic plans.

As a distinguished academic, the successful candidate will have an outstanding reputation in research and be committed to delivering excellent education. They will provide inspirational leadership with excellent communication skills and a willingness to promote change. They will have extensive academic and teaching experience in this field and the ability to lead on and develop our current Food Policy provision. 

Application information

https://www.city.ac.uk/about/jobs/apply/details.html?jobId=1404&jobTitle=Reader%2FProfessor%20in%20Food%20Policy

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About Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London

The Centre for Food Policy is an interdisciplinary centre dedicated to improving food policy worldwide. The Centre for Food Policy is one of the very few places in the world dedicated to exploring how the food system really works in practice and what policies are needed to make it work effectively. We exist to shape a food system that improves the health of people, society, the environment and the economy. What we eat, why we eat it and at what cost are questions of growing importance.