Position Title:Quarterly Adjunct Lecturer-Public Health Program:Evidence-Based Public Health
$40 per hour
The Public Health Program at Santa Clara University, a Jesuit, Catholic university, invites applications for a Quarterly Adjunct Lecturer (non-tenure-track) in Winter and Spring2021 to teach PHSC 150: Evidence-Based Public Health. This course focuses on the application of scientific reasoning and epidemiological analysis to public health research and program planning. On the research side, strategies for formulating appropriate research questions, designing studies, collecting and analyzing data, and interpreting and communicating results will be emphasized. Approaches for converting evidence into action will also be covered, including needs assessments, program development and implementation, and evaluation strategies. Students will gain hands-on experience in collecting, analyzing and interpreting, and acting upon empirical evidence in public health. An overview of major theoretical approaches and models related to behavior change, social influence, communication strategies, and community-based change will also be covered. Specific assignments will be made according to the academic qualifications of the individual and programmatic need. This is a non-exempt, hourly position. The successful candidate will teach no more than 2 courses in any quarter and no more than four courses over the fall, winter and spring quarters. Each quarter is 10 weeks long, with an 11th week set for final examinations.
1. Terminal degree (Ph.D., M.D., or M.P.H degree preferred, M.S. considered if accompanied by professional or academic experience), and experience teaching on health care systems and organizations at the university level.
2. Demonstrated excellence in teaching Introduction to Public Health at the college level.
3. Excellent communication skills.
Teaching duties include but are not limited to:
1. Fulfilling all responsibilities associated with assigned courses, including:
a. Teaching a course load of no more than two courses per quarter, and no more than four per academic year;
b. Conducting and appearing at all assigned class meetings in a timely and prepared manner that demonstrates a command of the discipline and skill in presenting it effectively;
c. Assigning and evaluating assignments that align with the course description and course learning outcomes, and providing timely feedback to students;
d. Holding regular weekly office hours on campus;
e. Submitting student grades that are appropriate, accurate and fair measures of student performance to the Office of the Registrar by the designated deadline;
f. Administering numerical and narrative evaluations for all courses;
g. Where applicable, teaching from an approved syllabus for the University Core courses assigned or working with the Chair to design an appropriate syllabus for submission for approval from the relevant Faculty Core Curriculum Committee.
This position does not require any service duties. You may be invited, but not required, to attend department meetings or activities. This would be compensable (paid) time.
Applicants must provide the following:
1. A letter of interest outlining qualifications, teaching experience, and teaching philosophy.
2. Curriculum vitae
3. Names and contact information for three references
Santa Clara University does not sponsor any visa applications for this position. The successful candidate must be able to provide evidence of identity and legal authorization to work in the United States.
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About Santa Clara University
Santa Clara University is a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located in Californias Silicon Valley, offering its 8,800 students rigorous undergraduate curricula in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, plus masters, Ph.D., and law degrees.
Santa Clara University does not sponsor work visas for staff positions. If hired, individuals must independently provide proof of their eligibility to work in the United States.
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