We are interested in instructors for statistics, health behavior, social determinants of health, health law and policy, health care finance and management among others. Undergraduate lower division courses (100 and 200 level) may be taught by people with master's level degrees while doctoral degrees are desired for upper division undergraduate courses (300 and 400 level) and graduate courses. People working in the field in an area of expertise with a master's degree may also be considered for upper division and graduate courses.
Please send a letter of interest, vita, three letters of reference, transcripts, and student teaching evaluations (if available) to the department office via email: Attn: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tenure Track Assistant Professor: 1 Position
Candidates should have general expertise in Public Health and specific expertise in Health Services Administration and/or Health Care Management to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Health Services Administration as well as Public Health. The Health Services Administration Program is designed to prepare our diverse student body for management roles in health care settings to enhance the quality and innovation in the delivery of health care services for all individuals.
The Department serves approximately 800 students majoring in 4 undergraduate programs (environmental health science, health services administration, nutritional science and dietetics, and public health) and 3 graduate programs (Master of Public Health, Master of Science in Health Service Administration, and Master of Science in Nutritional Science). The newly hired faculty member would join a well-established department of 14 tenure-track and over 20 adjunct faculty members.
A doctorate (e.g. PhD, DrPH, DHA, DSc) in Public Health, Health Services Administration, Health Care Management, Business Administration or a related field is required by time of appointment. Ideal candidates will (1) demonstrate a commitment to working with underrepresented groups, (2) demonstrate a commitment to high-quality university-level teaching, and (3) have a well-defined, active research agenda.
While not required, preferred qualifications include university-level teaching experience and a research publication record.