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- Pending position clearance and/or availability of funds; 0.75 FTE (Full-Time Equivalency) with the Office of Public Health Studies (OPHS) and 0.25 FTE with the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR)
- The successful candidate is expected to teach core online and in-person undergraduate and graduate courses in Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health, along with courses with an indigenous focus in one or more of the following areas: nutrition and food systems, family studies, community development, leadership, or another area of relevance to the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources.
- The successful candidate also will be expected to: plan and establish new courses and programs; be actively involved in extramurally funded, multidisciplinary research; provide service/outreach to the public health community; supervise assistants; and mentor students.
- This position also requires service on unit and university committees and render service to the professional or lay community as relevant to the individual’s academic specialty.
- Perform other related tasks as assigned.
- PhD, DrPH, or equivalent in a health or social science field from a college or university of recognized standing.
- Strong background in indigenous health plus one or more of the following fields: nutrition, food systems, family studies, community development, leadership.
- Demonstrated ability to teach undergraduate and/or graduate students.
- Ability to teach online classes.
- Ability to conduct active research, publish papers in peer-reviewed journals, and write research grants.
- Experience working in indigenous and multi-cultural settings.
- Ability to work well with others.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Demonstrated teaching effectiveness in classroom and distance education.
- Demonstrated ability to develop new courses.
- Ability to teach qualitative methods.
- Experience in supervising and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students.
- Established record of active research and publication in indigenous health.
- Demonstrated ability to actively collaborate on research.
- Willingness to provide university and professional service.
- Research focus on improving the health in indigenous populations in the Pacific Rim.
- For applicants with a focus on nutrition and food systems, being a registered dietician.
- University of Hawaii at Manoa
- Office of Public Health Studies
- Attn: Dr. Robert Cooney, Search Committee Chair
- 1960 East-West Road, Biomedical Sciences Bldg. D204
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Dr. Robert Cooney; firstname.lastname@example.org
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