Public Health | Division of Epidemiology
Clinical faculty (regardless of rank) - faculty positions within the university that are not tenure track and not eligible for tenure, on a fixed term contract. Persons with the title of professor-clinical, associate professor-clinical, assistant professor-clinical and instructor-clinical. Duties and responsibilities are assigned in accordance with the workload guidelines laid out in the pattern of administration of each faculty department and, as appropriate, regional campus; Clinical faculty are teacher/practitioners and will be engaged primarily in teaching activities. These faculty normally have earned doctorate or other terminal degree in the relevant field or equivalent experience.
The Division of Epidemiology in the College of Public Health at The Ohio State University invites applicants for a clinical/teaching track (non-tenure earning) position (open rank). This is a 9-month appointment, and the faculty member will be responsible annually for teaching 6 undergraduate or graduate courses, which vary between online and in-person. In addition, this individual will participate in advising undergraduate and MPH students, serve on College committees, provide mentorship to PhD students teaching sections of undergraduate courses, and assist with the development of new undergraduate/graduate courses.
A Ph.D. in public health with a specialization in epidemiology, or a closely related degree with public health or practice experience, is required. The faculty member should have a record of successful independent teaching of undergraduate and graduate students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Those with research and/or applied practice experience are strongly encouraged to apply; however, it is not the expectation that the candidate will be active in research.
About the College:
The College of Public Health is Ohio’s first accredited college of public health. First established in 1995 as part of the College of Medicine, the University Board of Trustees created the College of Public Health in 2007. In 2021, U.S. News & World Report ranked Ohio State’s College of Public Health graduate program 24th of all Schools of Public Health. It is one of seven health sciences colleges on the same campus, more than any other university in the U.S. The college includes five academic divisions, two centers of outreach and engagement, four graduate degree programs with several specializations, and an undergraduate degree with two specializations, and two undergraduate minors. Specializations within the college include biostatistics, environmental health sciences, epidemiology, health behavior and health promotion, health services management and policy, veterinary public health, biomedical informatics, and clinical and translational science, and population health management and leadership.
Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion:
The Ohio State University is committed to establishing a culturally and intellectually diverse environment, encouraging all members of our learning community to reach their full potential. We are responsive to dual-career families and single parents and strongly promote work-life balance to support our community members through a suite of institutionalized policies. We are an NSF Advance Institution and a member of the Ohio/Western Pennsylvania/West Virginia Higher Education Recruitment Consortium. The University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and is committed to a diverse workforce and encourages applications without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.
The Ohio State University campus is located in Columbus, the capital city of Ohio. Columbus is the center of a rapidly growing and diverse metropolitan area with a population of over 1.5 million. The area offers a wide range of affordable housing, many cultural and recreational opportunities, excellent schools, and a strong economy based on government as well as service, transportation, and technology industries (see http://liveworkplaycolumbus.com/). Columbus has consistently been rated as one of the Top U.S. cities for quality of life, and it has been recently identified as a city with one of the largest increases in diversity in the U.S. Additional information about the Columbus area is available at http://www.columbus.org.
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Applications will be accepted immediately and will be considered until the search has concluded, but those received by December 1, 2022, will receive priority consideration. Our goal is to have the position filled by end of spring 2023 for a start date of August 15, 2023.
To apply, please submit: 1) a cover letter describing your interest in the position, qualifications, and special expertise in teaching graduate and undergraduate epidemiology classes; 2) a teaching statement describing your philosophy of teaching and approach to graduate and undergraduate classes (if applicable); and 3) a curriculum vitae. The College of Public Health is dedicated to fostering a sense of community and belonging for all. We strive to promote diversity and equity – and to be a model of inclusive excellence. Please include a separate diversity statement (up to one page) which outlines examples of commitment to diversity and inclusion, inclusive teaching practices, and how you believe you might contribute to our inclusive climate. Finalists will be asked to supply letters of recommendation.
Please direct inquiries about this position to the chair of the search committee, Professor Amy Ferketich (email@example.com).
Ohio State University COVID-19 Vaccination Policy:
COVID-19 vaccinations are now required for all Ohio State University students, faculty, and staff across all campuses by October 15, 2021. This includes those working or learning remotely. More information on this policy is available at: https://safeandhealthy.osu.edu/covid-19-vaccine-requirement
The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. The university is committed to establishing a culturally and intellectually diverse work environment, encouraging all members of our learning community to reach their full potential. We are responsive to dual-career families and strongly promote work-life balance to support our community members through a suite of institutionalized policies and practices.