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The Master of Public Health Program is looking to hire a Specialist-Teacher, also known as Culminating Experience (CE) Coordinator, to manage all activities associated with the culminating experience courses required for graduation from the program.
Reporting to the Director of the MPH Program, the Culminating Experience (CE) Coordinator will manage all activities associated with the culminating experience courses required for graduation from the MPH program. The CE Coordinator is responsible for:
working closely with the faculty of the two culminating experience courses (HM 892 and HM 893) to ensure implementation of the curricular design;
develops and monitors all administrative procedures and processes to ensure adherence to defined educational objectives for these classes;
creates and maintains relationships with practicum sites and mentors;
creates and maintains database of practicum sites and mentors to assist students in their practicum search efforts;
provides oversight of practicum experiences, assists students in obtaining MSU IRB approval, when required; collaborates with site mentors to enhance the students’ educational experience;
and, assists and guides students in meeting the requirements for the culminating experience courses;
ensures that outputs from the two courses are integrated into the E-portfolio;
Serve as needed as instructor of record for HM 892 and HM 893
The CE Coordinator is held accountable for the effective application of the public health competencies and demonstration of related skills throughout the culminating experience courses and will participate in the program’s efforts to achieve accreditation by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).
The position is located at College of Human Medicine’s Flint campus. Occasional travel to potential sites and East Lansing campus will be required.
Masters -Public Health or Related Field
The successful candidate will have a master’s degree, preferable in public health or a related discipline;
Other required skills and attributes are 5 years of experience working in public health or related fields;
demonstrated administrative and research skills;
strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Teaching experience, especially in an asynchronous online format; publication record; experience working with diverse groups of faculty, instructors, staff, and students. Knowledge of human subject’s research provisions, IRB, and HIPAA; understanding of confidentiality and privacy concerns around human subjects. Ability to work independently, organize and multi-task with attention to detail and accuracy; work with numerous interruptions and changing priorities; coordinate multiple projects and committees with deadlines; compile information and documents in order to develop presentation materials and compose correspondence; and have a demonstrated ability to handle confidential information with discretion and professionalism. Must have excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills; demonstrate a commitment to teamwork, and a commitment to student academic and career development.
Required Application Materials
The names of 3 Professional References with Contact Information
Review of applications will begin on October 29, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.
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