New job Assistant Professor of Integrated Health Sciences in Montana | 2021
Assistant Professor of Integrated Health Sciences
Company : Montana State University Northern
Salary : Details not provided
RESPONSIBILITIES: The College of Health Sciences offers an undergraduate degree in Integrated Health Sciences (formerly Health Promotion). This bachelor of science degree allows students to concentrate in community health, exercise science, or pre-allied health leading to CHES certification, ACSM certification, or allied health graduate school acceptance. The successful candidate will teach and develop coursework in response to departmental needs and his/her area(s) of expertise. This position will provide guidance to the program, advising students, student recruitment, and program development. Additional responsibilities may include service on faculty committees, special initiatives, student research, and scholarly endeavors.Duties and Responsibilities
The successful candidate will teach and develop coursework in response to departmental needs and his/her area(s) of expertise. This position will provide guidance to the program, advising students, student recruitment, and program development. Additional responsibilities may include service on faculty committees, special initiatives, student research, and scholarly endeavors.Required Qualifications – Experience, Education, Knowledge & Skills
- Master’s Degree in Public Health, Health Promotion, Exercise Physiology, Exercise Science, or other health-related discipline.
- Demonstrated commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching.
- Doctorate in Public Health, Health Promotion, Exercise Physiology, Exercise Science, or other health-related discipline.
- Willingness to earn terminal degree before the end of 6th probationary year.
- CHES, MCHES, and/or ACSM certifications.
- Ability to work within a collaborative university environment.
- Commitment to diversity and inclusion.
- Familiarity with blended, hybrid, online instruction.
- Potential for scholarly contributions to the field and professional development activities.
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