- Serve as a visionary leader, overseeing and directing the Master in Health Administration Program;
- Lead innovation in curriculum and educational programs;
- Foster a supportive, collaborative, and inclusive learning and research environment for students;
- Nurture and develop strong relationships with the healthcare community and represent the MHA Program within and outside the University;
- Maintain a teaching load commensurate with the duties of the office;
- Maintain relationships with alumni of the program;
- Collaborate with the Alumni Board in biennial meetings and interim committee work
- Collaborate with the Department Head and directors of other programs to identify, develop and implement key initiatives and programs;
- Supervise all activities within the program to meet the requirements of accreditation;
- Ensure compliance with collegiate, university, state, and federal policies related to grant funding, legislative, and academic policies;
- Serve as a member of the departmental faculty team maintaining teaching, research and service expectations; and,
- Maintain an active scholarship portfolio, including external funding and peer-reviewed publications (tenure-track) or active practice portfolio (clinical-track).
Candidates must have a PhD, DrPH, DHA, DBA, or MD or equivalent degree in a related field and qualifications commensurate with an appointment as a tenure-track or clinical-track Associate or full Professor in our Department of Health Management and Policy.
- Successful tenure-track candidates must demonstrate academic experience in a health management and policy discipline relevant to public health; a record of research productivity, including extramural funding; teaching experience; leadership and administrative experience; evidence of collaborative efforts in the healthcare environment; a record of improving the health of the public; success or knowledge of effective strategies for working with and mentoring diverse faculty and students; and a commitment to promoting a diverse academic environment.
- Successful clinical-track candidates must demonstrate practical experience in a health management and policy discipline relevant to public health; teaching experience; leadership and administrative experience; a record of improving the health of the public; success or knowledge of the effective strategies for working with and mentoring diverse populations; and a commitment to promoting a diverse academic environment. Desirable qualities of the successful clinical-track candidate include a well-established research record.
Further information about the Department can be found cph.uiowa.edu/job/mha-director/
Candidates will submit applications online at jobs@uiowa73843. Inquiries regarding the position and/or referrals can be made to Dr. Thomas Vaughn, the Search Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications should include a letter outlining interest and relevant experience and curriculum vitae