Master Health Administration, Affiliate/Part-Time
Salary for Announcement
The final salary is based on the number of credit hours assigned at
a rate determined by University policy.
Health Care Management
Part-Time Affiliate Faculty
The successful applicant will teach courses at the graduate level
in areas such as: Health Care Systems and Organization Structures;
Health Care Administration; Health Care Legal Principals,
Compliance, and Ethics; Population and Community Health; Financial
Analysis in Health Care; Human Resource Management in Health Care;
Health Care Information Systems; Marketing and Strategy in Health
Industry; Health Care Research Methods and Statistical Analysis;
Health Care Operations, Risk Management and Quality Assessment;
and, Health Care Economics. Qualified applicants will be placed in
the departmental pool and will be considered for
Affiliate/part-time departmental needs starting in Fall 2019
through Spring 2022.
Metropolitan State University of Denver is an equal opportunity
Affiliate faculty are part-time, at-will employees hired to teach
on a per credit hour basis for specific classes, as needed, usually
on a semester by semester basis. Affiliate faculty are not eligible
for benefit coverage under the University’s benefit program. All
such teaching assignments are dependent on budget and enrollment.
An affiliate faculty member’s duties include: meeting assigned
classes or delivering on-line content consistent with university,
college/school, and department policies; providing instruction in
assigned classes consistent with the content and learning
objectives of the regular course syllabus and, if appropriate, with
department course coordination policies; being available, either
face to face or electronically, to students in assigned classes to
provide additional academic support as needed and appropriate for
the teaching assignment; and complying with university-wide student
evaluation of instruction policies and peer observation
Occasional meetings with faculty teaching in the same content area
may be required before, during, and after semesters. The instructor
is required to provide feedback on student’s writing and critical
thinking abilities on a timely basis.
1. Terminal Degree in health care management or a field related to
the specific course(s) taught (e.g. public health or law)
2. Two years of relevant health administration management
1. Five years of relevant post health administration experience,
preferably in a senior management position in a health care
2. Previous relevant teaching experience at the graduate level in a
AUPHA certified or CAHME accredited program.
3. Previous experience teaching in the classroom, online, and/or in
the hybrid format.
4. Evidence of professional development such as discipline-related
conference attendance, scholarly presentations, or publication of
research in peer-reviewed journals in health care management or
journals specific to the discipline to be taught.
5. Evidence of community service.
To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by
Special Instructions to Applicants
IMPORTANT :In order to be considered as an applicant you must apply
via the online application system, www.msudenverjobs.com.
The selected candidate will be required to provide Official
Transcripts for all colleges and Universities where degrees were
awarded prior to a contract being finalized.
If you have previously worked for the department you will only need
to attach a revised CV.
If you have not previously worked for the department you will need
to attach all of the requested documentation.
If you are unable to attach transcripts at the time of application
please contact the department at 303-615-1200 for alternate
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a wide array of benefit options. To learn more, please visit the
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