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Positions in the University of Maryland School of Public Health

The University of Maryland School of Public Health is seeking several new faculty and staff members. Current faculty, staff and graduate assistant positions in the School of Public Health appear on the UMD eJobs site. The positions below are linked to longer descriptions on that site.

View all UMD SPH position openings on ejobs.umd.edu site.

Communications/Web Content Coordinator, #110376 (Posted 3/12/14)
The Communications and Web Content Coordinator for the School of Public Health (SPH) will
assist with the implementation of the School's communications and public relations programs
in an effort to: strengthen and advance the School's identity and reputation; promote and
maintain a favorable perception of the School among general public, academic, public health
and government audiences; and help ensure that the School's recruitment, partnership and
development goals are more efficiently achieved. The Communications and Web Content
Coordinator will report to the Director of Communications and will also work closely with SPH
leadership to build and maintain a strong marketing and communications program for the
UMD School of Public Health. This position will play a significant role in managing the School's
online presence and serve as a liaison to the SPH community and to website hosting staff on
issues related to the Drupal-based websites. Apply online at: https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/25037

Assistant Director of the Public Health Science Program, School of Public Health, #119903 (posted 3/7/14)
The School of Public Health is seeking a full-time, 12 month Assistant Director for a newly developed undergraduate program in Public health Science (PHSC) in College Park.  Working closely with the Director of the PHSC Program, the Assistant Director will actively engage in the establishment of the Undergraduate Public Health Science Major through organizing and participating in key executive meetings, recruiting, and developing the sound administrative infrastructure of this program within the School of Public Health. Masters Degree or higher in health related field and two (2) years of experience required. Apply online at: https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/24915

Graduate Coordinator, School of Public Health, # 119868(PDF file of complete job description)
The School of Public Health is seeking a full-time, 12-month Graduate Coordinator to develop and provide significant graduate student services to the School of Public Health departments and the school at large. This position is a result of significant growth in the School of Public Health and the need to provide centralized, coordinated services for the recruitment, retention and support of a highly qualified student body which complement and enhance these services as they are administered in the school's academic departments. Apply online at https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/24818

Professor and Chair, Department of Behavioral and Community Health, #105964 (Posted 9/25/13)
The Department of Behavioral and Community Health invites applications for Chairperson. The Chairperson will ensure excellence in (1) academic programs; (2)l research funding, and (3) effective School, University, and community-based service activities. The Chairperson will leverage and expand collaborations with a variety of on and off-campus partners.We seek a senior scholar eligible for appointment at the Professorial level with tenure.Applicants should have a doctoral degree in community health, health behavior or related discipline; national recognition as a funded scholar of behavioral and community health; and a strong record of academic and administrative experience. Applicants should submit a letter of application, their current research interests and future research plans; current curriculum vitae; and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin on December 15, 2013 and continue until the position is filled. Submit applications electronically at https://jobs.umd.edu, (position number #105964). For questions, contact Ms. Leona Naude.

Professor and Chair, Department of Health Services Administration #105994, (Posted 09/25/2013)
The Department of Health Services Administration, School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park seeks to fill a full-time tenure-track position of Chairperson. This 12-month tenured appointment is at the rank of Full Professor, with salary commensurate with qualifications. The Department includes three degree programs: Master of Health Administration (MHA), PhD in Health Services Administration, and an Executive Master in Public Health Practice and Policy. There are also two certificate graduate programs in Gerontology and in Public Health. Applicants must apply via http://ejobs.umd.edu. (position number #105994). For best consideration, materials should be submitted by November 30, 2013. For further questions, please email Ms. Sue Anne Swartz.

Director, Public Health Science Program
The Director of the Public Health Science program oversees this STEM-designated undergraduate program, delivered at both the College Park and Shady Grove campuses. The Public Health Science curriculum integrates science into public health practice and encourages students to think conceptually and creatively regarding solutions to local, state, national and global health issues. The Director teaches one-two courses per year, works closely with students, faculty and staff, and serves as a member of the School's senior leadership. (Position will be posted on https://ejobs.umd.edu in late 2013)

Assistant Professor, Epidemiology, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
# 119653 (Posted 10/24/13)
The Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park (http://www.sph.umd.edu/EPIB) invites applications for an Assistant Professor tenure-track position in Epidemiology. Doctorate in Epidemiology is required. Candidates are expected to develop nationally recognized research program, engage in extramurally-funded multidisciplinary research (or demonstrate the potential for such activity),teach beginning and intermediate epidemiology courses at an undergraduate and graduate level, mentor graduate students, and engage in service. Effective interpersonal, communication, and collaborative skills are essential. Funding guaranteed for 9 months annually, with potential to extend salary support to 12 months with external funds. For best consideration, candidates should submit materials by January 6, 2013. Open until position filled.

Assistant/Associate Professor, Biostatistics, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics,
#
F0004066 (Posted 10/18/13)
The Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park (http://www.sph.umd.edu/EPIB) invites applications for an Assistant / Associate Professor tenure-track position in biostatistics. Successful candidates for the positions are expected to develop a nationally recognized research program (or show the potential to do so), engage in extramurally-funded multidisciplinary research, teach intermediate or advanced graduate level biostatistics courses, mentor graduate students, and engage in university and professional service. Effective interpersonal, communication, and collaborative skills are essential. This is a 9-month tenure-track appointment; salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. Funding is guaranteed for 9 months annually, with the potential to extend salary support to 12 months with external funds. For best consideration, candidates should submit materials by December 1, 2013. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Assistant Professor, Environmental Health
This tenure track faculty member in the Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental
Health (MIAEH) will be expected to build a strong research program in the
environmental health sciences and obtain extramural research funding, teach environmental
health sciences courses at an undergraduate and graduate level, and
advise masters and doctoral level students, and engage in service activities. The
Institute focuses not only on the impacts of air, water, food, and soil quality on human
health, but also on the critical contributions of built, natural, social, economic,
and work environments. https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/22517

Assistant Professor, Health Services Administration
This tenure track faculty position in the Department of Health Services Administration will will be responsible for teaching, research and service activities and provide leadership to develop the health services management and/or health policy research program with extramural funding, develop and teach graduate and undergraduate courses, advise and mentor graduate students and supervise master's theses and doctoral dissertations, and participate in service projects that support the school's mission of
advancing a better state of health.

Assistant/Associate Professor, Couple and Family Therapy, Department of Family Science, School of Public Health #119296 (posted July 26, 2013)
The Department of Family Science, School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park seeks a full-time tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor in Couple and Family Therapy (CFT) to join a dynamic department with family science, maternal and child health, and couple and family therapy programs. Candidates should be able to (1) lead an externally funded research program, 2) teach and mentor undergraduate and graduate students, and 3) play a central role in developing the Department's research and service initiatives with community partners. As a program in the School of Public Health we are particularly interested in candidates who can bridge marriage and family therapy and family health and wellness. The Department and School offer opportunities for collaboration with a multidisciplinary faculty. Additional research opportunities are enabled by partnerships with universities and organizations throughout the Baltimore-Washington region.

Assistant/Associate Professor, Family Health and Well-Being, Department of Family Science, School of Public Health #119297 (posted July 26, 2013)
The Department of Family Science, School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park seeks a full-time tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor in Family Health and Well-Being to join a dynamic department with family science, maternal and child health, and couple and family therapy programs. This candidate will help the Department further enhance its national leadership at the forefront of research and education on families and health. Candidates should be able to (1) lead an externally funded research program on family health and well-being, 2) teach and mentor undergraduate and graduate students, and 3) contribute to the Department's existing strengths in family diversity, risk and resilience, policy, family health in the context of the life course, and prevention/intervention science. As a department in the School of Public Health we are particularly interested in candidates who can further our commitment to advancing scholarship on family well-being as the foundation for a healthy society. The Department and School offer opportunities for collaboration with a multidisciplinary faculty. Additional research opportunities are enabled by partnerships with universities and organizations throughout the Baltimore-Washington region.

Assistant/Associate Professor, Maternal and Child Health, Department of Family Science, School of Public Health #119298 (posted July 26, 2013)

The Department of Family Science, School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park seeks a full-time tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor in Maternal and Child Health (MCH) to (1) lead an externally funded research program in maternal and child health, 2) teach and mentor graduate students, and 3) play a central role in the Department's dynamic and growing MCH Ph.D. program. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong record of grant experience, especially in NIH-funded research (e.g. R01, R03, or K01 grant). The Department and School offer opportunities for collaboration with a multidisciplinary faculty. Additional research opportunities are enabled by partnerships with universities and organizations throughout the Baltimore-Washington region.

Senior Assessment Analyst; Office of the Dean # 119716(posted 11/20/13)
The Senior Assessment Analyst leads the SPH efforts to collect, organize, analyze and report on data related to program outcomesand broader SPH functions. The Senior Assessment Analyst will proactively organize a systematic assessment structure to support the School's data and outcomes monitoring and reporting needs, including accreditation and program reviews, annual reporting to accreditation and professional organizations, reports for campus administration, and preparation of proposals for funding. Download the PDF of the position announcement. For best consideration, apply by December 16, 2013.

Assistant/Associate Professor, Physical Activity and Public Health
This tenure-track faculty member in the Department of Kinesiology will develop and maintain a nationally-recognized and externally-funded research program focused on the broad field of physical activity and public health; lead the department's new MPH program with a concentration in Physical Activity; oversee admissions and advising of MPH students; and teach graduate courses, including oversight of the MPH internship and capstone courses. https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/21255

Lecturer, Department of Health Services Administration, School of Public Health #1P0016 (posted 8/19/13)
The University of Maryland Department of Health Services Administration in the School of Public Health is seeking a Lecturer to develop and teach an online graduate course on Public Health Practice and Management in the executive MPH program beginning in the spring 2014 semester. Online course development is required during the fall 2013 semester; support from experts on online education will be provided. Class begins January 27, 2014 and continues over fifteen weeks. Course content includes public health practice, public health management, public health work force issues, public health systems and performance measurement.

 


 

 

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