Position Information: UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES, Department of Indigenous Health, Assistant or Associate Professor, Position #00016717Compensation and Appointment
- Position: Assistant or Associate Professor, based on education and experience
- Compensation: $110,000+/year; commensurate with qualifications
: Includes single or family health care coverage (premiums paid for by the university), basic life insurance, EAP, retirement plan, and tuition waiver. Optional benefits available: supplemental life, dental, vision, flexible spending account, supplemental retirement plans.
Twelve-month, full-time, tenure-track appointment with University of North Dakota (UND) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), Department of Indigenous HealthJob Summary and Responsibilities
This position will work in close collaboration with the Indigenous Health Department Chair, PhD Director, and other faculty and staff to advance the Indigenous Health Department.Teaching and Advising
UND Indigenous Health PhD courses are taught in synchronous formats using tele-video technologies via Zoom. Blackboard is the teaching platform. This position will serve as the
Primary Instructor for two PhD core courses.
Courses to teach will include:
- IH 745: Indigenous Leadership & Ethics (Lead Instructor)
- PH 766: CBPR & Tribally Driven Research Frameworks (Co- Instructor)
- PH 583/IH 783: American Indian Health Policy (Co- Instructor); and
- IH 784: Indigenous Health Policy (Lead Instructor)
- Student Advising and other courses as appropriate.
Will serve as a co-instructor or guest lecturer for other Indigenous Health PhD courses.
Mentor PhD students and serve as an academic advisor.
- Develop an Indigenous Health Research portfolio
- Collaborate with Indigenous health faculty on developing externally funded projects based on professional expertise.
- Work with graduate students and create research assistantship opportunities.
- Write and submit grants.
- Service includes contribution to the institution/school/department (e.g. committees), to the profession (e.g. professional organizations), and to the community (e.g. boards, etc.).
This position will provide teaching, research, and service in a manner consistent with Indigenous Health Department values and vision. It is encouraged that this position will generate 30-50% of salary from external sources for research and creative activity by the end of the first year.
- Terminal degree in a public health discipline, medicine, psychology, research methods, health systems, health administration, or related field.
- Demonstrated track record of teaching college-level courses; or demonstrates potential to successfully teach Indigenous Health courses.
- Demonstrated experience and proficiency in using distance technologies for communications (webinars, online modules, or televideo, etc.).
- Demonstrated track record of research grant acquisition and management or demonstrates potential to successfully apply for funding.
- Successful completion of criminal history records check
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the US and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.
- Experience teaching at the graduate level.
- MPH degree in addition to terminal degree.
- Relevant publications in peer-reviewed journals.
- PI experience with externally funded research.
- Experience working with tribal, rural, or other underserved populations.
To Apply: Must apply online at https://campus.und.edu/human-resources/careers/jobopenings.html and must include the following materials:
1. Letter of interest
2. Current curriculum vita
3. Contact information for three references.
Review of applications will begin on June 8, 2022.
Position is open until filled.Additional Information
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