Department: 281960 – Public Health
Position Status: Non-Tenure Track
The School of Nursing and Health Sciences is currently seeking to fill one full-time (9-month) non tenure track faculty position in Public Health. Qualified applicants must possess a master’s level or doctoral degree in a public health related field (doctoral degree preferred) and a demonstrated record of public health experience, including public health practice, teaching, advising, and scholarship. The ideal candidate will have an active program of research in an area of urban public health. Rank is commensurate with experience. Positions are subject to budgetary approval. Full benefits include tuition remission.
The Public Health Program, which is part of the Department of Urban Public Health and Nutrition, is seeking qualified applicants with experience in social and behavioral sciences, community health, adolescent health, and health education, sexual and reproductive health at the graduate and undergraduate levels. The new faculty member will teach and advise students across the public health curriculum (Bachelor of Science in Public Health and Master of Public Health Programs) with at least .50 FTE effort devoted to the Master of Public Health Program.
- Teaches students at a high level of expertise.
- Complies with the syllabus of assigned courses, following the directives of the Program Director, Coordinator, or Course Coordinator.
- Contributes to the revisions of syllabi for assigned courses in consultation with faculty and Program Director and/or Coordinator.
- Attends faculty orientation programs and meetings with course coordinators.
- Attends classroom on the dates and for the hours designated for the course(s).
- Evaluates course performance of students using course rubrics and/or evaluation.
- Grades assignments for the course(s) as specified by the course syllabus.
- Follows guidelines for course as formulated and communicated by course faculty coordinating each course.
- Directs students on course assignments as specified in syllabi and in consultation with faculty coordinating each course.
- Utilizes the University mail exclusively and frequently for communicating course information with students and program information with Director and/or Coordinator and other members of the University community.
- Utilizes the La Salle Portal to access information about courses and programs.
- Provides remedial instruction for students, under the guidance of the Program Director or Coordinator.
- Provides students an academic performance assessment on tests, assignments, and/or evaluations.
- Provides counseling for students in need of improving academic performance
- Advise students, participates in departmental and program meetings, assessment activities, and other tasks as required.
Master’s level or doctoral degree in a public health related field and a demonstrated record of public health experience, including public health practice, teaching and advising, and scholarship.
Special Instructions to Applicant
This is a full-time, 9 month faculty position which typically runs August through May. It is our intention that this incumbent will start mid-year in January 2021.
Application Open Date: 10/09/2020
Application Close Date: 10/26/2020
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