Faculty, and Director of Evaluation and Assessment

Georgia, United States
Salary Not specified
Apr 30, 2021
Employment Level
Non-Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time
Position Title

Faculty, and Director of Evaluation and Assessment


Community Medicine


School of Medicine

Vacancy Number


Work Location

Columbus, GA

Job Type


Job Category



Mercer University School of Medicine invites applications for a salaried, twelve-month, non-tenure-track faculty position to serve as the Director of Evaluation and Assessment. This position on our Columbus, Georgia campus supports MD program continuous quality improvement and accreditation and contributes to student education and faculty development. The successful candidate will be expected to have strong communication skills and a collaborative work ethic with faculty and staff across the three academic campuses of the medical school. School of Medicine faculty are expected to demonstrate excellence in teaching, scholarship and service according to their promotion track.


Applicants should have a doctoral degree from an accredited college/university with credentials or experience in academic program evaluation and assessment. Preference will be given to individuals with experience in three or more of the following areas: qualitative and mixed research methods, applied statistics, applied demography, global information systems, public health research, psychometric analysis, and/or data management.

Background Check

Selection of the final candidate is contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check.

Pay Rate

Commensurate with experience

Required Documents

CV, Cover Letter, References

Special Instructions to Applicants

Interested persons will need to complete a brief online application and submit a CV, letter of interest, and three references with contact information. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

EEO Statement


Mercer University recognizes the power of a diverse community and encourages applications from individuals with varied experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds.

The School of Medicine particularly encourages women and members of groups underrepresented in medicine (African American/Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American) to apply. MUSM desires to build diversity in its learning environments as it continues its 38-year mission of educating physicians and healthcare professionals to meet the primary care and health care needs of rural and medically underserved areas in Georgia.