CLINICAL FACULTY - DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE College of Global Public Health (CGPH)
CLINICAL FACULTY - DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE
College of Global Public Health (CGPH)
New York University
The College of Global Public Health (CGPH) at New York University is seeking applications for the position of Director of Public Health Practice. This is a faculty-level position with responsibilities for overseeing all aspects of the College’s academic practice experience program. This includes the Applied Practice Experience and Capstone for the MPH program, undergraduate Experiential Learning, and DrPH Applied Practice Experience. In addition to administrative responsibilities, the Director is expected to teach four courses each academic year related to the MPH internship (two per semester). Specific administrative responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Oversee coordination of academic practice experience and compliance with accreditation criteria
- Oversee process of identifying, screening, and monitoring field sites for the MPH Applied Practice Experience and undergraduate Experiential Learning
- Communicate as needed with practice agencies
- Advise students seeking practice experiences
- Liaison with department-level practice faculty, practice course instructors, and program directors
- Oversee development and maintenance of practice experience guidelines, handbooks, and practice section of CGPH website
- Provide leadership to Practice Committee
- Provide leadership in linking CGPH academic and service activities
- Liaison with Associate Dean of Student Services and Wasserman center regarding career opportunities and events for students
- Supervise practice administrative staff for work related to the above
The CGPH offers academic degrees at the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels. The undergraduate program includes 10 combined majors where students study public health with other relevant subjects (i.e. applied psychology; anthropology, biology, chemistry, sociology etc.). The CEPH-accredited Master of Public Health degree allows students to obtain an MPH in one of five concentrations. The College is home to the MA in bioethics as well. There is also a full-time, one-year Cross-Continental MPH program. Finally, students receive doctoral level training in one of three concentration areas with more concentrations to be developed. In addition to these programs of study, a fully online Advanced Certificate in Public Health has also recently been launched.
NYU has an extensive global network of teaching and research sites throughout the world. Known collectively as the Global Network University (GNU), these sites include 3 portal campuses and 11 global academic centers in Africa, South America, China, Australia, Europe and the Middle East. This unique arrangement allows the CGPH faculty to establish training and degree programs as well as research efforts worldwide; offers faculty and students truly unique opportunities to engage in their research and study around the world; and informs public health practice both locally and globally through the exchange of knowledge.
Qualifications: Doctoral degree or equivalent in public health or related field. The ideal candidate will have experience working in or collaborating with public health practice settings as well as academic experience. The candidate should have demonstrated ability to work in an interdisciplinary setting, particularly those related to the various CGPH academic degree concentrations.
Applicants must submit:
- Cover letter addressing the qualifications with regard to the responsibilities of Director of Public Health Practice
- Curriculum vitae
- Complete contact information for 3 references
Please apply online at: http://apply.interfolio.com/44427
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