We are very excited to be hiring for a full-time faculty to teach, research, and advise within the American Indian Public Health track at the North Dakota State University Master of Public Health program!
More details for the job can be found here and below:
The Department of Pharmacy Practice, Master of Public Health (MPH) Program, North Dakota State University, is seeking a full-time faculty member for a 12-month position in American Indian Public Health. This position is housed in the MPH Program of the Department of Pharmacy Practice in the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences. The position requires developing a teaching/research program with a focus on American Indian health at the graduate level; In addition, the position requires the development of courses with a focus on American Indian Public Health content, specifically in the area of American Indian Health Policy and Public Health Research, graduate student mentoring, serving on graduate committees, demonstrated understanding of contemporary American Indian populations in relation to relevant health services, and documented skills in organization, administration, and management in regard to academic programs. The position also calls for the development and implementation of on-going relationships with American Indian tribes, tribal organizations, and urban American Indian communities in relation to the American Indian Public Health track.
Applicants are required to submit a letter of interest with a statement of their career goals and a description of how their research background fits into the Master of Public Health Program. Please upload this to “Other Document 1”. A presentation on the topic of Public Health Implications of Health Policy for American Indians will be required at the time of interview. Three professional references are also required.
Screening begins 09/02/2013