Part-time Faculty - Health Administration - Healthcare Marketing
The HEB School of Business invites candidates for part-time faculty
to teach an in-person and /or online (synchronous) graduate course
in Healthcare Marketing Management in the Master of Health
program. Note this assignment requires teaching
an evening class (6:00 to 10:00 p.m.) once a week for eight weeks
during Spring semester, 1st term. The in-person course is taught at
the UIW Rosenberg School of Optometry, and the online course is
taught via Zoom.
In all matters, faculty are expected to maintain the highest
standards of professional ethics consistent with the UIW Mission.
Official duties and responsibilities of faculty members at the
University include teaching, scholarship, service, and professional
activities as assigned. An intrinsic excitement about teaching and
interaction with students is highly valued at UIW.
This position is considered a “Responsible Employee” under Title IX
federal regulations and “Mandatory Reporter” under Texas state law
and the UIW Sexual Misconduct Policy. As a Mandatory Reporter, this
position requires you as the employee to promptly report any
incident that you witness or receive information about Title IX
violations. These reporting responsibilities are set out in the UIW
Sexual Misconduct Policy.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities
- Prepare course outlines and teach based on approved
departmental syllabi; prepare and deliver consistent, interactive
- Prepare timely and meaningful assessments for assigned courses;
post coursework and assignments to the Canvas learning management
system, and report final grades and student competency assessment
- Work collaboratively with departmental faculty to ensure
standard curriculum outcomes are met.
- Adhere to UIW policies and procedures, including timely record
keeping of student activities, fair and equitable evaluation of
student performance, and timely feedback to students regarding
their performance in the course.
- Be available outside of class to help students learn as well as
answer their questions (1 hour per 3-hour class, physically and/or
- Conduct respectful relationships with faculty, staff, and
students both in and outside the classroom.
- Maintain contact with the department chair and participate in
meetings upon request.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Dynamic teaching skills to engage students in thought provoking
discussions as they relate to marketing concepts applied to the
- Ability to apply research skills and techniques to guide
students through conducting and preparing a market analysis and
plan to include a business case analysis.
- Ability to teach innovative thinking skills using the Lean
Canvas and the design thinking process, among other applications,
guiding students to develop an innovative product or service upon
which their marketing plan will focus.
- Ability to effectively learn, use, and incorporate
instructional technology into teaching;
- Ability to incorporate technology into teaching;
- Ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse
communities and cultures.
- Employee shall adhere to all applicable rules and regulations
of the University, the Conference, and the NCAA.
Earned Doctorate in Health Services Management, Health
Administration Research, Healthcare Marketing or related degree.
Note that a Master’s Degree with related healthcare marketing work
experience will be considered in lieu of said doctorate
Required Work Experience
- Prior teaching experience, or
- Work experience in healthcare marketing field
- Work experience in the healthcare administration field.
Prior experience teaching a graduate course in healthcare
Required Certifications, Licenses or Registrations
Evening course assignment with some daytime meetings with
Typical of faculty.
Desired Start Date:
Position End Date (if temporary):
Director, Graduate Program in Health
Open Until Filled:
Special Instructions to Applicant
To apply, visit https://jobs.uiw.edu/postings/20384
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