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Job Title: Clinical Assistant Professor
Job Number: F00154P
Organization: Georgia State University - School of Public Health
Posted: 5/14/2024
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Epidemiology
Industry:
Number of Openings: 2
Location: Atlanta,  GA    USA
Compensation: $75,000 - $90,000
Position Description: The Department of Population Health Sciences in the School of Public Health at Georgia State University is seeking outstanding applicants for two non-tenure track teaching-focused Clinical Assistant Professor positions in Epidemiology. Teaching assignments will depend on the expertise and interests of the candidates as well as departmental priorities. The ideal candidates will hold a doctorate in Epidemiology or a related field. Strong methodological background is preferred. Expertise is welcome in focused areas including social epidemiology, causal inference, infectious disease, maternal and child health, or surveillance. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential, and candidates must display a willingness and ability to contribute to the University and profession through service activities.

The selected candidates will be joining an exceptional core faculty in the area of Epidemiology housed in the multi-disciplinary Department of Population Health Sciences within the School of Public Health at Georgia State University. Georgia State University is a leading urban research institution located in Atlanta, Georgia. Its unique and contemporary School of Public Health is a CEPH-accredited program with more than 800 graduate and undergraduate students and over 50 faculty and academic professionals with emphases in urban health research, applied public health, health policy, and community applications.

Qualifications: Required Education Doctorate in Epidemiology or related field.

Preferred Qualifications/Experience Strong methodological background is preferred. Expertise is welcome in focused areas including social epidemiology, causal inference, infectious disease, maternal and child health, or surveillance. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential, and candidates must display a willingness and ability to contribute to the University and profession through service activities.

Equal Opportunity Employment Statement Georgia State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or protected veteran status in its programs, services, activities, employment, and/or admissions. Additionally, the University promotes equal employment opportunity for women, minorities, persons with disabilities and veterans through its affirmative action program.

USG Core Values Statement The University System of Georgia is comprised of our 26 institutions of higher education and learning, as well the System Office. Our USG Statement of Core Values are Integrity, Excellence, Accountability, and Respect. These values serve as the foundation for all that we do as an organization, and each USG community member is responsible for demonstrating and upholding these standards. More details on the USG Statement of Core Values and Code of Conduct are available in USG Board Policy 8.2.18.1.2 and can be found on-line at https://www.usg.edu/policymanual/section8/C224/#p8.2.18_personnel_conduct

Organization Description: About Georgia State University Georgia State University is a national model for innovation and opening opportunities for all, ranked 2nd most innovative by U.S. News & World Report, ranked 1st among public universities in undergraduate teaching, the number 1 nonprofit university to award bachelor’s degrees to African American students, 6th in the country for its first-year student experience, and highly ranked for enabling the social and economic mobility of its students. Among the most diverse universities in the nation, Georgia State opens global perspectives as the number 1 U.S. public university sending African American students to study abroad.

A regional gateway to higher education, the five suburban Perimeter College campuses provide more than 30 associate degree pathways. The downtown Atlanta campus offers more than 250 degree programs in 100 fields of study at the undergraduate, graduate and first-professional degree levels. With five university-wide research centers and numerous centers and institutes at the college and school levels, Georgia State’s interdisciplinary, dynamic and productive research enterprises address major health and societal challenges.

Georgia State is vital to the regional economy, with a more than $2.9 billion economic impact, and is also a vital part of Atlanta’s vibrant arts and entertainment community, with highly regarded programs in music, art, creative writing and film, the Rialto Center for the Arts, and the Creative Media Industries Institute that contributes to innovation and the workforce for interactive media and media entrepreneurship.

About the School of Public Health Located in the heart of Atlanta at one of the America’s most innovative and diverse research universities, the Georgia State University School of Public Health educates practitioners and thought leaders while engaging in research and outreach that addresses urgent health challenges and promotes health equity. The Georgia State SPH offers a range of CEPH-accredited degree programs, from a bachelor’s degree in public health to an MPH in six concentrations, a PhD in four concentrations and a DrPH program for professionals in the field. Our research and community engagement have been funded with $17.8 million in external funding over the past year alone, with areas of emphasis that include applied biostatistics and epidemiologic methodology; cancer, chronic disease epidemiology, and social determinants; infectious diseases; and tobacco, alcohol and other substance use, among others.

Among public institutions, the Georgia State School of Public Health is ranked in the top 30 in the latest U.S. News and World Report ranking of Best Public Health Colleges. The Georgia State SPH is one of the most diverse schools of public health in America, with 70% of students self-identifying as members of a minority group. In the 2022 – 2023 academic year, the Georgia State SPH enrolled more than 840 students, 5% of whom are international students. Since 2006, 100 international graduate students have chosen to study at the Georgia State SPH through the Fulbright Foreign Student Program.

The school’s Vision 2027 Strategic Plan is guiding its continued growth and work to advance health equity and solve contemporary and emerging health issues through education, research and community engagement. To learn more about the Georgia State SPH, visit publichealth.gsu.edu/about.

Closing Date: 8/14/2024
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Nicole Woolfolk,  Clinical Assistant Professor
Contact Location:

   GA  30303
United States
Contact Location:
 
     GA  30303
  United States
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Contact Email: publichealthjobs@gsu.edu
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How to Apply: Pre-Employment Requirements A Criminal Background Check is required.

Special Instructions Summary Application Instructions: Review of applications are ongoing and will continue until the position are filled. Interested individuals should submit: i. a letter of interest (2 single-spaced pages or less) that includes a description of your qualifications, including evidence of teaching effectiveness;

ii. your curriculum vitae;

Optional document: In two pages or less, please outline how your professional and academic experiences have prepared you to support the School of Public Health’s strategic plan (https://publichealth.gsu.edu/strategic-plan/).

Apply at: https://facultycareers.gsu.edu/postings/4541

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