Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) Program - Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor (Log# 22-054)
Georgia State University (GSU) is a leading urban research institution located in Atlanta, Georgia. The University has been nationally recognized for student success, ranking third among most innovative schools for 2020 by U.S. News & World Report. The School of Public Health is CEPH-accredited with more than 800 graduate and undergraduate students and over 47 full-time faculty. Successful applicants will join a unique, forward-looking, multi-disciplinary School of Public Health with emphasis on urban health research, applied public health practice, health policy, and community-based applications.
The School of Public Health is currently seeking qualified applicants for the following position:
Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor, DrPH Program (Log# 22-054)
The School of Public Health is seeking applicants for a teaching and service-oriented, non-tenure track faculty position for its recently launched DrPH program. Applicants must have a te1minal degree (DrPH, PhD, or MD) in public health or a related discipline as well as a minimum of five years of applied public health experience. Applicants with experience in public health practice, program and/or policy development and leadership and management in settings such as local, state, and federal public health agencies and organizations as well as international public health agencies and organizations are encouraged to apply. Candidates should possess a sufficiently broad experience and skill set to teach a diverse set of doctoral-level public health courses that may include public health leadership, management and finance, ethics, program planning and evaluation, and health policy.
The Doctor of Public Health program was launched at GSU in fall 2018 and is designed to provide the knowledge, skills, and experiences to prepare the next generation of public health leaders and chief health strategists to advance public health and health equity.
The DrPH program is a generalist program grounded in the School of Public Health's urban-global focus together with an overarching commitment to health equity, diversity, and inclusion. As such, the School seeks talented, enthusiastic, and interdisciplinary public health educators with a desire to join a new and rapidly growing academic program.
The ideal candidate will also have experience supervising and educating students in a university setting or public health practice. Experience with online teaching and innovative approaches, such as flipped, blended, or hybrid classrooms is preferred. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Application Process: Electronic submissions are preferred: Submit a letter of interest describing in detail your experience and preparation in public health leadership, practice, and teaching as well as your earliest possible start date (additional materials are welcomed, such as teaching evaluations from the past 5 years); resume or curriculum vitae; and names/contact information for three references to:
DrPH Program Search Committee Chair
School of Public Health, Georgia State University
Please include DrPH Program Search Committee (Log# 22-054) in the subject line.
Other documentation may be requested of applicants considered for interviews. Employment will be conditional on background investigation/verification.