Community Public Health Faculty

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Job Description
The University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) is currently recruiting for a full time faculty member to join the Department of Family and Community Health in the Community Public Health program.


The Community Public Health program offers didactic and clinical/practicum courses for students in the RN to BSN program, the BSN program, the CNL program, the MSN in Community/Public Health specialty, and the DNP.  UMSON enrolls more than 2,000 students in its baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral programs. UMSON is part of the University of Maryland, graduate professional campus that also includes the schools of medicine, dentistry, law, pharmacy, and social work. Its interdisciplinary graduate school has more than 40 programs in the biosciences, law, and social work, and is one of the fastest growing biomedical research centers in the nation. The unique composition of the campus enables health professionals to address clinical care, public policy, and social issues through multidisciplinary research, scholarship, and community action. Its location in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C.-Annapolis triangle maximizes opportunities for collaboration with government agencies, health care institutions, and life science industries.
 

UMB requires all faculty, staff, and students to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Exemptions for medical or religious reasons will be processed through Human Resources.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide clinical coordination for entry level Community Public Health clinical courses, including:
  • collaborate with the Department Chair, Vice Chair and Course Director to recruit adjunct clinical faculty
  • collaborate with clinical placement personnel responsible for recruitment of clinical sites
  • coordinate with clinical placement personnel responsible for ensuring faculty and students are compliant with all agency and evaluation requirements
  • orient adjunct clinical faculty to the role and expectations as needed
  • make site visits to clinical agencies
  • provide oversight and guidance for proper evaluation of students, sites, and clinical faculty
  • Participate in the development, teaching, organization, and evaluation of entry level clinical and didactic education
  • Advise students
  • Maintain an active program of scholarship
  • Participate in faculty governance
  • Provide service to the school, university, and profession


  • Qualifications
    Education and Experience:

    • Master’s degree in community/public health nursing or public health required; doctoral degree in nursing or related field or enrollment within a year in a doctoral program required
    • Prior academic experience required
    • Active nursing license or eligibility to practice nursing in Maryland required
    • Familiarity with public health delivery sites in Maryland preferred
     



    Job: Faculty
    Organization: School of Nursing - Family and Community Health
    Job Posting: Jul 1, 2022

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    Welcome to the Baltimore campus of the University of Maryland, founded in 1807 along a ridge in what was then called Baltimore Town. Today, this 61-acre research and technology complex encompasses 65 buildings in West Baltimore near the Inner Harbor.

    The University is Maryland's only public academic health, human services, and law center. Seven professional and graduate schools train the majority of the state's physicians, nurses, dentists, lawyers, social workers, and pharmacists.

    Under the leadership of President Jay A. Perman, MD, the University is a leading partner in the redevelopment of the west side of Baltimore. The University of Maryland BioPark, which opened in October 2005, promotes collaborative research opportunities and bioscience innovation.

    Sponsored research totaled $567.1 million in Fiscal Year 2010. With 6,349 students and 6,717 faculty members and staff, the University is an economic engine that returns more than $15 in economic activity for every $1 of state general funds appropriation. The University community gives more than 2 million hours a year in service to the public.

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    The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is the State¹s public health, law and human services university devoted to excellence in professional and graduate education, research, patient care, and public service. As a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff and students, and using state-of-the-art technological support, we educate leaders in health care delivery, biomedical science, global health, social work and the law. We emphasize interdisciplinary education and research in an atmosphere that explicitly values civility, diversity, collaboration, teamwork and accountability. By conducting internationally recognized research to cure disease and to improve the health, social functioning and just treatment of the people we serve, we foster economic development in the City, State, and nation. We are committed to ensuring that the knowledge we generate provides maximum benefit to society and directly enhances our various communities.

     

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