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Job Title: Associate Professor/Professor, Indigenous Health
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Organization: University of North Dakota
Posted: 3/19/2024
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Public Health - General
Industry: Academic Institutions
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Grand Forks,  ND    USA
Compensation: $180,000+/year; commensurate with qualifications
Position Description: PURPOSE OF POSITION:

The UND SMHS Indigenous Health Department is seeking to recruit a tenure-eligible Associate or Full Professor to lead the Indigenous Trauma & Resilience Research Center (ITRRC) as Program Director/Principal Investigator (PD/PI) and to teach, co-instruct, and provide guest lectures in courses in the Ph.D. curriculum; provide service to the program, university, and profession; and to serve on dissertation committees. The appointed candidate will also serve as an academic advisor to PhD students.

The awarding of tenure requires the approval of the President of the University as well as the State Board of Higher Education.



• Serve as PD/PI of the ITRRC

• Pursue additional resource opportunities to expand upon the ITRRC.

• Develop and implement an independent Indigenous Health Research portfolio.

• Collaborate with Indigenous health faculty on developing externally funded projects based on professional expertise.

• Work with graduate students and create research assistantship opportunities.

• Write and submit grants.


• Indigenous Health PhD courses are taught in synchronous formats using tele-video technologies via Zoom.

• Blackboard is the teaching platform.

• Serve as an Instructor, Co-Instructor, or lecturer for Indigenous Health PhD courses.

• Mentor PhD and MPH students and serve as an academic advisor.


• Service includes contribution to the institution/school/department (e.g. committees), to the profession (e.g. professional organizations), and to the community (e.g. boards, etc.).

• Service expectations are commensurate with percent FTE and consistent with promotion guidelines.

This position will provide teaching, research, and service in a manner consistent with Indigenous Health Department values and vision. This position will be required to obtain at least 50% of the salary from external sources for research and creative activity by the end of the first year.


• Terminal degree in Indigenous health, public health discipline, medicine, psychology, research methods, health systems, health administration, or related fields.

• Four or more research and publication records are listed on the CV.

• Three or more years prior experience in a PI or PD role for federally funded research.

• Demonstrated success in teaching at the college level.

• Minimum of one year of experience and proficiency in using distance technologies for communications (webinars, online modules, TeleVideo, etc.).

• Experience working with Indigenous populations. • Successful completion of criminal history records check.


• Experience teaching at the graduate level.

• MPH or related degree in addition to a terminal degree.

• Peer-reviewed publications from the past five years.

• Experience teaching Indigenous Health content.

Organization Description: Located at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences in Grand Forks, Department of Indigenous Health (DIH) supports services including degree programs, grants application and administration, faculty research and collaboration, and other administrative functionality associated with an academic and service-oriented department in a University Setting. The DIH is an educational unit that coordinates with SMHS and UND clinical and non-clinical degree programs. DIH also hosts faculty-led research, and development of other opportunities and collaborations in the fields of Indigenous Health, Allied Health, Public Health, and Clinical Medicine.

Closing Date: 6/19/2024
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Malati Tamang,  Associate Professor/Professor, Indigenous Health
Contact Location: 1301 N Columbia Rd
Stop 9037
Grand Forks   ND  58202
United States
Contact Location: 1301 N Columbia Rd
  Stop 9037
  Grand Forks   ND  58202
  United States
Contact Phone: 17017776521 
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How to Apply: Apply here:

Application must include the following materials:

1. Letter of interest

2. Current curriculum vita

3. Contact information for three references.

The position is open until filled.

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Web Site Delete Date: 6/19/2024