Part Time Lecturer – Public Health Policy and Administration
The Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health invites applicants for an ongoing pool of part-time lecturers to teach one or more 15-week courses in the Public Health Policy and Administration (PHPA) Program. We seek applications to teach primarily MPH level courses, including PH705: Principles of Public Health Policy and Administration, PH708: Health Systems and Population Health, and PH781: Public Health Administration. All courses have developed syllabi and are available upon request. These positions are on a course-by-course basis and continuation is
contingent upon program needs, funding and satisfactory performance.
Successful candidates’ instruction will draw upon their academic, research, and/or job-related professional expertise associated with public health policy and administration. We are particularly interested in applicants with a demonstrated record of successful teaching at the college level or professional work experience demonstrating teaching proficiency (e.g., organizing or facilitating workshops, seminars, and/or trainings).
Biostatistics Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track
The Zilber School of Public Health seeks outstanding candidates for an Assistant Professor position in our Biostatistics program. The selected candidate will join our growing faculty in developing a cutting-edge transdisciplinary research and education program to advance statistical inference and data science, methods and discovery for the population health and social health sciences. This position is a 100% hard-funded tenure-track 9-month academic year appointment with competitive salary, attractive benefits and start-up package, and the possibility to generate summer salary.
The candidate must possess a PhD or ScD in Biostatistics or related fields by the time of appointment. We encourage applications from diverse subspecialties; however, priority will be given to candidates with research and teaching interests in longitudinal and multilevel data analysis, latent variable analysis, survival analysis, or Bayesian statistics and who share our aspirations for the Zilber School. The successful candidate will be expected to teach graduate and/or undergraduate biostatistics courses; mentor graduate students; develop and/or expand their own externally-funded research program; engage in university and professional service; and collaborate with academic colleagues in the Zilber School and the University, as well as with community partners.