Plans, organizes and administers educational program in compliance with accreditation standards, institutional policies and procedures, and health care delivery and management workforce needs.
Develops and maintains program curricular offerings and course content and learning strategies to facilitate successful student outcomes.
Demonstrates leadership for the academic program and/or in the College through committee assignments, faculty governance, peer review, campus activities and professional organizations.
Participates in institutional accreditation efforts, and where appropriate, maintains individual program accreditation requirements by adhering to regulatory standards, supervising the implementation of assessment procedures and utilizing data for program improvement.
Participates in scholarly activities expected with academic rank appointment.
Under the administrative direction of the Academic Dean.
Position may require hours beyond the 8-hour workday.
Masters Degree in Population Health, Public Health, Epidemiology or a related discipline.
Preferred Doctorage degree in Population Health, Public Health, Epidemiology or related discipline.
Experience in the profession or in an accredited professional program equivalent to four (4) years of college teaching