Teaching Faculty I (OPS) - Lower Level Seminar Fall 2022 (Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences - Medicine) Location:
Tallahassee, FL Regular/Temporary:
Temporary Full/Part Time: Job ID:
Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences – College of Medicine
The mission of the Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences (IMS) B.S. Degree Program is to educate students who aspire to enter health care. The IMS Degree Program’s rigorous science core curriculum, individualized advising, experiential service learning, and developmental seminar and capstone course sequence enables its majors to reach their potential academically and personally, to determine a career path best suited for them, and to develop the skills, attitudes, and acumen to attain their career goals.
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Teaches undergraduate students about health careers, teaches and evaluates the basics of scientific writing, the values of patient-centered care, and how to develop a health-related Career Portfolio. Instructors engage students in reflective exercises and discussions to help them identify the best career and professional option.
This position requires creating and implementing active and engaging lessons that infuse the course learning objectives. More specifically, the following courses are taught:
- IHS 1100 Freshman Seminar – Focus: Health Professions
- IHS 2121 Sophomore Seminar – Focus: Patient-Centered Care, Populations
- IHS 3122 Augmented Seminar – Focus: This course is designed for transfer students or those adding the major after their Sophomore year, combining IHS 1100 and IHS 2121 modules.
Creates hands-on activities, incorporating the students’ field experiences to reflections. Office hours availability, as well as detailed and fast (5-7 days) assignment feedback are expected. Attendance to bi-weekly meetings throughout the semester for professional training is required.
Academic graduate degree (e.g. M.A., M.S., M.S.W., M.P.H., Ph.D., etc.) from an accredited institution in public health, behavioral science, life sciences, social work, social science, education or related field with professional (applied and research) experiences in health care related areas. Graduate students currently pursuing a doctoral degree in these areas with professional (research and applied) experiences in healthcare related areas are also encouraged to apply.
- The successful candidate must have classroom teaching experience, preferably at a college level with a demonstrated track record of effective teaching.
- Demonstrated knowledge of the career options available in the healthcare field, and ability to mentor and advise students.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential.
- Possess organizational and interpersonal skills, as well as promote an environment that is student-centered and value a culture of diversity, mutual respect, teamwork, and open communication for students, faculty, and staff.
- Expertise using Canvas or equivalent software to engage students in active learning, ensuring that learning objectives are met.
- Doctoral degree or highest-level terminal degree from an accredited institution in public health, behavioral science, life sciences, social work, social science, education or related field with professional (applied and research) experiences in health care related areas.
- Experience developing and/or teaching curricular modules about healthcare careers and professions is ideal.
Linda Netherton | [email protected]
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This is an OPS/temporary Job.
This will vary based on course demand and student need. Most courses are typically scheduled Monday - Thursday, between 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
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OPS employees are covered under the Affordable Care Act. OPS employees who meet certain criteria will be offered affordable health care coverage. For more information on the Affordable Care Act, please visit the Benefits website and click on Employee Insurance Eligibility.
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