Bastyr University, a private regionally accredited institution, is accepting applications for a faculty position in the Department of Public Health at its Kenmore Campus (15 miles North of Seattle). The Department of Public Health offers a Master’s of Public Health degree program, with a concentration in community health education.
Instructional duties and responsibilities include teaching public health and/or community health education courses and mentoring students on practice experiences and projects. Other responsibilities include work to support professional accreditation (CEPH), scholarship, and university and community service.
Candidates must have a doctoral degree in public health or a related discipline or a combination of a clinical degree and an MPH. Candidates must have demonstrated excellence in teaching public health, community health education or related courses at the graduate level for a minimum of five years. Candidates who have a combination of teaching and experience working in a public health setting will also be considered.
Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Position will begin on Jan 6, 2020. Salary and ranking are dependent on qualifications and experience. Interested persons should refer to job #19-509 when submitting a letter of interest, curriculum vita, description of teaching philosophy and experience, plus three references with contact information to email@example.com. Please, no phone calls or mailed application packages. Bastyr University offers a comprehensive benefits and competitive compensation package. For more information, please visit http://www.bastyr.edu/about/jobs/opportunities.
Our faculty and staff are committed to achieving our mission by educating students to be future leaders in the natural health arts and sciences. Bastyr University promotes a work environment that allows students, faculty and staff to develop their interests and talents while experiencing a sense of community and a commitment to diversity.
Bastyr University is an equal opportunity institution. We do not discriminate in matters of employment or participation in programs, services or benefits on the basis of gender, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identification or expression, individuals with disabilities, genetic information, or veteran status. Our programs, services and facilities are accessible to individuals with disabilities. Please contact the university in advance if you require special accommodation due to a disability.
Special Note: All applicants must prove authorization to work in the United States at the time of a position offer. Individuals must be able to perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation. Any applicants requiring special assistance during the application process should contact the Human Resources department by phone (425) 602-3087 or fax (425) 602-3058 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.