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Title:
Assistant or Associate Professor (Social & Behavioral Health Sciences)
Position Number:
0084197
Hiring Unit:
Office of Public Health Studies
Location:
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Date Posted:
October 31, 2018
Closing Date:
Continuous - application review begins December 01, 2018
Salary Information:
Commensurate with experience and qualifications and within UH guidelines
Monthly Type:
9 Month
Tenure Track:
Tenure
Full Time/Part Time:
Full Time
Temporary/Permanent:
Permanent
Funding:
Department/General

Other Conditions:
pending position clearance and/or availability of funds, to begin approximately 08/01/2019
Duties and Responsibilities
  1. 1. The successful candidate is expected to teach in-person and online undergraduate and graduate courses in Social & Behavioral Health Sciences in one or more of the following areas: health promotion theories and methods, community engaged research, needs assessment, program planning and evaluation, grant-writing, cultural competency, health promotion research, and health communications
  2. 2. plan and establish new courses
  3. 3. advise and mentor students
  4. 4. participate in continuing education and accreditation efforts
  5. 5. engage in multidisciplinary research that is responsive to community needs and strengths
  6. 6. be actively involved in extramurally funded research
  7. 7. publish and present research findings through scholarly and professional publications and conferences
  8. 8. This position also requires service on unit and university committees, service/outreach to the public health community in Hawai‘i, and service to professional societies relevant to the individual’s academic specialty
  9. 9. perform other related tasks as assigned
Assistant Professor Minimum Qualifications
  1. 1. PhD, DrPH, or equivalent in a health or social science field from a college or university of recognized standing
  2. 2. strong background in social and behavioral health research
  3. 3. demonstrated ability to seek and manage extramural research funding
  4. 4. demonstrated ability to teach in-person and distant undergraduate and graduate courses related to community engaged research, health promotion theories and methods, program planning and evaluation, grant-writing, cultural competency, health promotion research, health communications
  5. 5. demonstrated ability to advise and mentor undergraduate and graduate students
  6. 6. demonstrated ability to effectively collaborate with community members, clinicians, and practitioners
  7. 7. ability to work in multi-cultural settings and with populations relevant to Hawai‘i and the Pacific
  8. 8. ability to work well with others
  9. 9. excellent oral and written communication skills
Associate Professor Minimum Qualifications
  1. 1. PhD, DrPH, or equivalent in a health or social science field from a college or university of recognized standing
  2. 2. at least 4 years at the rank of Assistant Professor or equivalent
  3. 3. evidence of a mature level of performance as a teacher of courses related to community engaged research, health promotion theories and methods, program planning and evaluation, grant-writing, cultural competency, health promotion research, health communications
  4. 4. evidence of versatility to contribute to all levels of the department’s instructional program (in-person, distant, undergraduate, and graduate) related to community engaged research, health promotion theories and methods, program planning and evaluation, grant-writing, cultural competency, health promotion research, and health communications
  5. 5. at least 4 years of experience advising and mentoring students in public health
  6. 6. established record of active research and publication in social and behavioral health, such that the individual is recognized as an emerging leader/expert in his/her field
  7. 7. established record of department, university, and community service
  8. 8. established record of effective collaboration with community members, clinicians, and practitioners
  9. 9. experience working in multi-cultural settings and with populations relevant to Hawai‘i and the Pacific
  10. 10. ability to work well with others
  11. 11. excellent oral and written communication skills
Assistant Professor Desirable Qualifications
  1. 1. demonstrated ability to develop new undergraduate, masters, and doctoral public health courses
  2. 2. demonstrated ability to teach classes that integrate experimental community-based projects
  3. 3. demonstrated ability to actively collaborate on research with community and organizational partners to improve the health in minority populations in Hawai‘i and the Pacific
Associate Professor Desirable Qualifications
  1. 1. experience developing new undergraduate, masters, and doctoral public health courses
  2. 2. experience teaching classes that integrate experimental community-based projects
  3. 3. experience actively collaborating on research with community and organizational partners to improve the health in minority populations in Hawai‘i and the Pacific

To Apply:
Visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hawaiiedu (NeoGov) and search for Job Number 2018-00794 to submit an application. Note: First time NEOGOV users are required to create an account. Only applications through NEOGOV are accepted.
Inquiries:
  1. Dr. Jane Chung-Do, Search Committee Chair; chungjae@hawaii.edu

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