Assistant Professor, Public Health/Graduate Health Sciences
Search Status: Application material received before October 22, 2021 will receive primary consideration.
Saint Francis University invites applications for a 12-month non-tenured faculty position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Health & Graduate Health Sciences. The departments offers an undergraduate public health degree with concentrations in biostatistics, education, epidemiology, environmental science, and health policy as well as a fully online Master of Public Health. Essential duties and responsibilities include teaching on-ground and online undergraduate and graduate courses in the Public Health programs, establishment and coordination of field experiences, curricular assessment, development and implementation for accreditation, conducting and maintaining an active line of research, participating in service activities for the department, university, and community, and collaborating with community stakeholders and other professional organizations. The position is campus based.
Required qualifications include an earned doctorate in Public Health or equivalent professional degree in behavioral science, community health, health promotion/education(ABD will be considered), a Master’s in Public Health degree, relevant practice experience in public health, and teaching experience at the undergraduate/graduate level.
Preferred qualifications include: CHES/MCHES certification, demonstrated online teaching experience at the University level, experience in course design and curriculum development, experience working with, mentoring and advising a diverse group of students, and demonstrated service activities that enhance community wellbeing through participation in local, state or national organizations.
Qualified candidates should complete an application at www.francis.edu/employment, and email a letter of application, resume and references to: [email protected]
Saint Francis University is committed to diversity of students, staff, and faculty, and encourages applications from historically underrepresented individuals, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities. AA/EOE.