The College of Public Health is in search of a lecturer whose main role involves instructing undergraduate students as the primary course instructor. Additionally, the responsibilities encompass participating in committees associated with undergraduate education, crafting new courses, generating inventive course materials, and actively contributing to the growth and upkeep of undergraduate courses related to biostatistics in public health. A Ph.D. in biostatistics, statistics, or a related field is preferred. Applicants with an M.S. in biostatistics or statistics may be considered. The distribution of effort for the Lecturer title series is 75% teaching, 25% service/professional development. Anticipated start date is January 2024 or after.
Applicants must submit a letter of interest (to include answers to the posting specific questions, a current curriculum vitae, a teaching portfolio (as Specific Request 1), and three references when prompted by the system. Applications will be reviewed as received with priority review of applications received by November 20. The position will remain open until filled.
Skills / Knowledge / Abilities
- Ability to plan and prepare clear and effective course materials to teach undergraduate students on biostatistical methods and application.
- Demonstrated ability to engage and guide students in interactive learning in groups of varying sizes.
- Knowledge and experience in public health to provide consultation regarding undergraduate curriculum.
- Demonstrated potential for developing courses using innovative teaching and learning formats.
- Advising and/or mentoring students for academic program success and career readiness.