Morehouse School Of Medicine Teaching Associate, Post-Doc-MPH in Atlanta, Georgia

Position Information

Posting Number NONAC1057

Job Title Teaching Associate, Post-Doc-MPH

Position Title Teaching Assoicate, Post-Doc-MPH

Position Type

Pay Rate up to $45,000

Department Medical Education

Position Summary

Provides support to students and faculty in MPH Program.

•Engage in teaching, research, and service in the field of public health. Participate in the teaching of core and elective public health courses and workshops. •Provides instructions to students in the development of proper study habits and test-taking strategies. •Disseminates score reports on subject examinations to Course Directors. •Assists in the tracking of the overall student performance and prepares reports of those factors, which may predict success in the curriculum. •Review theses for accuracy in revision and format. •Provide academic support to core faculty. •Prepare articles, reports, presentations. •Conduct literature reviews. •Collect and analyze data. •Prepare materials for submission to granting agencies and foundations.

•Skilled in both oral and written communication. •Ability to plan, organize, direct and motivate students. •Experience in managing multiple assignments effectively and efficiently and ability to meet deadlines. •Skill in organizing data, maintain accurate records, files and related items. •Experience with specialized software and datasets. •Ability to work collegially with others as part of a collaborative team. •Ability to work independently and coordinate teaching activities. •Ability to display the highest standards of professionalism, collaboration, and adherence to FERPA.

Minimum Qualifications

•Experience in classroom instruction and curriculum coordination and management. •PhD, DrPH or other public health related terminal degree from an accredited institution.

Preferred Qualifications

Public Health and/or research experience.

Posting Date 07/16/2017

Closing Date 07/19/2017

Open Until Filled No

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