Positions in the University of Maryland School of Public Health

Current faculty, staff and graduate assistant positions in the School of Public Health are listed on the UMD eJobs site. Here are some faculty and staff positions open as of February 2018.

Program Director-Couple and Family Therapy, Associate/Full Professor

This tenure-track faculty member will serve as Program Director to the Couple and Family Therapy (CFT) master’s program and join a dynamic department with additional programs in family science and maternal and child health. Candidates should show evidence and ability to: (1) lead the oversight and integration of all aspects of the CFT program, (2) conduct an externally funded research program, (3) teach and mentor undergraduate and graduate students, and (4) play a central role in developing the Department’s research and service initiatives with community partners. 

Assistant, Associate or Full Research Professor, Behavioral & Community Health

An Assistant, Associate, or Full Research Professor position is available in the department. Successful candidates will teach, advise, and/or service responsibilities coming from the department. Applicants must demonstrate evidence of a sustainable and focused research program and a strong publication record. Candidates who complement ongoing areas of research (e.g., tobacco use, substance abuse, risk behaviors in emerging adults, cancer control, health disparities, impaired driving) or who have a high level of expertise in related skills or topics (e.g., social network analysis, instrument development, community interventions, health communication, health literacy), are particularly encouraged to apply.

Assistant, Associate or Full Professor, Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health

The Institute seeks applicants with research interests that span local, national, and international environmental health problems who can integrate with our existing faculty who have expertise in exposure assessment; air and water quality; infectious disease; built environment; and other areas. A successful candidate is expected to have external funding to support a significant portion of their salary with supplemental funding possible for teaching, advising, administrative, and/or service responsibilities within the School of Public Health. Joint positions across SPH units or with other units on campus may be available.

IT Graduate Assistant

The Graduate Assistant for Information Technology Support will work under the general supervision of the SPH IT Specialist to provide prompt and courteous day-to-day technical support to the School of Public Health (SPH) faculty, staff and graduate students. Responsible for day-to-day desktop support, which includes software, hardware and network issues. Will provide support for all audio/visual technology throughout the SPH classrooms and conference rooms, assistance with network/telecom orders, computer inventory, and maintaining IT policies and procedures as they relate to hardware, software and servers. Install and implement hardware and software according to department standards and procedures, including assistance with Windows and Macintosh computing platforms, troubleshooting, researching and resolving network support issues from customers. 

Director, Information Technology

The Director of Information Technology is responsible for the direction of all technology resources at the School of Public Health (SPH). These responsibilities include strategic planning, budgeting, technology acquisition, management of academic/classroom/research technology resources, website, network servers, security, communications and multimedia systems, technology training, and user support services. The Director of Information Technology also provides leadership for the administrative planning and delivery of solutions and services related to the building, infrastructure, equipment, and safety and security of the SPH and its personnel.

Hourly Phlebotomist

The Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health of the School of Public Health was recently awarded a Cooperative Agreement with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). We are looking for a Phlebotomist to perform a variety of sample collections and study visits in accordance with the study protocol. The Phlebotomist will be responsible for assisting with the clinical operation of the research study. A complete list of duties can be found on the job listing page.