The University of Iowa College of Public Health (CPH) invites applicants for a part-time or full-time academic-year non-tenure Lecturer or Associate Professor of Instruction, starting August 2023.
Rank will be based on experience and record of achievement. This position may range from 50% time (teaching up to 4 classes/year) to 100% time (teaching up to 8 classes/year). The initial appointment will be for one to three years, subject to annual review. This faculty position is renewable and includes opportunities for promotion with longer appointment intervals of up to five years. Duties of this position include teaching Fundamentals of Public Health (CPH:1400), the introductory course for the undergraduate major in the College of Public Health. In addition, the successful candidate may teach a variety of introductory and advanced public health courses within the CPH BA and BS programs, MPH program, and in their departmental specialty areas. Faculty also serve the department and college as part of their appointment, including participation in college and department activities, committees, and student organizations. Factors such as enrollment in classes, teaching multiple sections, the levels of the courses, and service activities all factor into consideration of number of courses taught and percent effort annually. Instructional track faculty members are eligible to participate in all aspects of collegiate and departmental governance, contributing to reviews related to their faculty track. Teaching and service assignments are subject to change and are determined on an annual basis with departmental administration.
Qualified candidates will have a public health specialty area that aligns with one of the departments in the College of Public Health – biostatistics, community and behavioral health, epidemiology, health management and policy, and/or occupational and environmental health. The successful candidate will be expected to perform the following roles: define learning objectives and develop engaging lecture and course content that supports these learning objectives; train and supervise graduate student TAs; revise or create course materials, including student assessments; and other instructional duties as needed.
Founded in 1999, the College of Public Health is nationally ranked among the top 10 publicly supported schools of public health. The college is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in public health scholarship, teaching, and community service. Housed in a beautiful facility overlooking the Iowa River, the college offers a rich environment for interdisciplinary collaboration, and is home to an array of graduate programs (MPH, MHA, MS, PhD) and undergraduate degree programs in public health (BA, BS).
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PhD in related field or MA/MS/MPH with 5 years of experience in public health practice.
Excellent communication skills.
Experience teaching at the collegiate level is required.
Demonstrated commitment to working with a diverse body of students, staff, and faculty and to promoting an equitable and inclusive environment.
Candidates should submit applications online at firstname.lastname@example.org Requisition #74643. Inquiries regarding the position can be made to Dr. Brandi Janssen, the Search Committee Chair, at email@example.com. Applications should include a letter of interest, a current CV, a statement of teaching philosophy, a DEI statement, and a list of three references, including names and contact information.
The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth and related conditions), disability, genetic information, status as a U.S. veteran, service in the U.S. military, sexual orientation, gender identity, or associational preferences.
The University of Iowa College of Public Health (CPH) is one of the eleven colleges within the University of Iowa, a research-intensive public university and a member of the American Association of Universities. With a culture of inclusiveness and a motivation to excel, the university and CPH are dedicated to exploration, discovery, creation, and engagement.
Founded in 1999, the College of Public Health is the newest collegiate unit at the University of Iowa, and the only accredited school of public health in the state of Iowa.
The college is home to nearly 80 full-time faculty, more than 400 graduate students, and a new and growing undergraduate degree program. The CPH is composed of five departments: biostatistics, community and behavioral health, epidemiology, health management and policy, and occupational and environmental health.
The college takes pride in its multidisciplinary, collaborative approach to addressing public health challenges and training the next generation of public health leaders, educators, and researchers.