Assistant/Associate Professor of Health Administration, Tenure Track

  • Governors State University
  • 1 University Pkwy, University Park, IL 60484
  • Oct 20, 2021
Full time Health Sciences/OT/PT/Kinesiology

Job Description

The College of Health and Human Services at Governors State University (GSU) announces a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor of Health Administration in the Department of Health Administration beginning the spring semester of 2022 until it is filled. The Department has grown significantly to offer four academic programs: 1) CAHME-accredited Master Degree of Health Administration (MHA), 2) Master of Science Degree in Health Informatics (MSHI), 3) AUPHA-certified Bachelor Degree of Health Administration (BHA), and 4) Bachelor Degree in Health Informatics (BSHI). The successful candidate will join a dynamic and diversified faculty.
We seek candidates from an academic institution with outstanding teaching skills, interest in advising non-traditional and diverse student populations, evidence of a potential or distinguished record of scholarship consistent with tenure-track expectations, and professional service via projects, committees or other faculty roles.

Duties: Collaborate with the department chair and directors of other programs to supervise MHA program, maintaining its strength, quality, and accreditation. Serve as a member of the faculty team to maintain teaching load commensurate with the duties and responsibilities, conduct and publish in the field of health care management, policy or health services research, and provide services.  Salary:  Commensurate with experience and level of employment.

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