The College of Nursing and Health Professions at Drexel University seeks applications for a full-time faculty member (non-tenure track) for teaching health management courses for a department with a growing undergraduate program in Health Services Administration and a Master of Health Administration program.
Both the undergraduate and the graduate programs are offered in an online format, and the undergraduate program is also available in the traditional in-class format to help prepare a diverse student population to enter the growing health services administration field. The Health Administration Department's undergraduate program offers eleven core courses (management, policy, finance, law, nonprofit, HR, systems, marketing and leadership and two ethics courses). A rich selection of elective courses address contemporary challenges in health care and how to examine health delivery systems from a broad health and society perspective.
A doctoral degree in business, a social science or other health-related field or area of study is required. Candidates who are ABD will be considered, but completion of the degree within one year of the beginning of employment is expected. Prior teaching experience at the college level, a research agenda and significant experience in health care management are preferred.
This position begins September 2019 or January 2020, depending on the candidate's availability. For consideration, submit a detailed cover letter explaining how your background, experience, and academic credentials fit this faculty description. Then, include in your submission the name of your Department, College and University, your current C.V. and three references with contact information to the DrexelJobs web site (www.drexeljobs.com/hr) Requisition No. 9501
Any questions, please direct them to the Chair of the Search Committee – Stephen Gambescia, PhD at email@example.com.
Internal Number: 9501
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