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Assistant, Associate or Full Professor – tenure track (2 new positions)
The Department of Health Services Management and Policy, College of Public Health at East Tennessee State University, is inviting applications for two new tenure-track faculty positions (open rank). The newly created positions reflect recent departmental successes, and it hoped that the new faculty will contribute to the continued growth of the Department in scale and impact. The Department, part of a CEPH-accredited school, offers established MPH and baccalaureate degree programs, participates in the College Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) program, and is considering developing a doctoral program in health services management and policy. The Department offers a multidisciplinary environment that values excellence, diversity and teamwork, and enjoys strong relationships with the community. http://www.etsu.edu/cph.
As a part of a comprehensive Academic Health Sciences Center (AHSC) with strong ties to the health care and public health communities, the successful candidates will have the opportunity for extensive inter-professional and practice-based collaborations in research and teaching. In addition to the College of Public Health, the AHSC includes the Quillen College of Medicine, Gatton College of Pharmacy, College of Nursing, and College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences. ETSU shares its health science campus with the Mountain Home Veteran’s Administration (VA) Medical Center. The College is home to five academic departments, the Tennessee Public Health Training Center, and the Tennessee Institute for Public Health. The Johnson City metropolitan statistical area is a major hub of health, educational and economic activities with outstanding health systems and school systems, low cost of living, a variety of outdoor activities, and a diverse arts and music community.
Faculty have responsibilities for research, teaching, advising, and mentoring students. Applicants must possess at the time of employment a doctoral degree in public health, health management and policy, or related field. Candidates are expected to have a strong record of scholarly activity or demonstrated potential to develop a research program, including sponsored projects. Preferred qualifications include a strong program of funded research, teaching experience and/or practice experience.
Salary and rank are commensurate with qualifications and experience. Each position comes with a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package. Research start-up funding is negotiable.
Applications are accepted electronically at http://jobs.etsu.edu/hr/. Please submit a cover letter outlining your background, purpose and interests; a CV; and names and contact information of three professional references. Direct inquiries to: Faculty Search Committee, Dr. Amal Khoury, Khoury@etsu.edu. AA/EOE.
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