Search Status: Application material received before Aug 6, 2021
will receive primary consideration.
Saint Francis University invites applications for a 12-month
non-tenured faculty position of Assistant Professor in the
Department of Public Health & Graduate Health Sciences.
The Assistant Professor is responsible to the Chairperson to teach
courses associated with the field of Public Health on the
undergraduate/graduate levels and other courses offered within the
department as deemed appropriate by the Chair. Teaching load
will be developed in the candidate’s area of expertise.
Additional responsibilities encompass all of the
elements/requirements of university faculty including: teaching
load; teaching across the curriculum as assigned; participation in
University faculty meetings; service to the University, the School
of Health Sciences & Education, and the Department of Public
Health and Graduate Health Sciences. Additionally, the
faculty member is responsible to participate in University
committees as appointed; participation in departmental
activities/initiatives; with a significant focus on accreditation
activities; curriculum development and evaluation; student
advisement, student research, activities that support scholarship
and professional development; participation in the University’s’
General Education Program; and performs all other duties as
assigned. Must comply with all of the requirements/policies
of Saint Francis University, the School of Health Science &
Education, Department of Public Health & Graduate Health
Sciences, and the Council of Education of Public Health (CEPH).
Doctoral degree required in Public Health with strong relevant
experience in academic curricular development, teaching and field
coordination to enhance student learning and meet accreditation
requirements. Experience with the coordination of Public Health
Field experiences and online teaching preferred.
Documentation of highly effective record of teaching, scholarship,
and service, with excellent interpersonal skills to work
collaboratively with others.
Qualified candidates should complete an application at www.francis.edu/employment,
and email a letter of application, resume and references to:
Saint Francis University is committed to diversity of students,
staff, and faculty, and encourages applications from historically
underrepresented individuals, women, veterans, and persons with