We are looking for a colleague with a background in health care management or health policy. Priority will be given to candidates who have an established record of research in evidence-based management or policy, health care reform, new models of health care delivery, or health care quality, but we are open to hiring a promising scholar asking other interesting and important research questions in health care.
In addition to conducting high caliber research, faculty are expected to teach and mentor students, contribute to the expansion of health management coursework and degree programs in the school, and contribute to the university and scholarly communities through service.
The University at Albany School of Public Health ( http://www.albany.edu/sph/ ) is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health, and offers MPH, MS, DrPH, and PhD degrees. The School of Public Health has a unique partnership with the New York State Department of Health, as well as collaborative relationships with other top policy and management decision makers within the state government, local health care organizations, and nonprofit health care advocacy organizations. These partnerships afford our faculty many public and private sector research and consulting opportunities.
Applicants should hold a doctoral degree in health policy and management or a related area, and have experience working with culturally diverse students and staff. Candidates must be from a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education or an internationally recognized accredited organization. Prior administrative or clinical work experience in health care organizations is a plus.
Professional Rank and Salary Range: Assistant Professor, commensurate with experience
Start Date: Fall 2013 or Spring 2014
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