|Type of Position||TENURE-TRACK|
|Advertising Ends on:||Extended Until Position is Filled|
|Advertising Started on:||Monday, January 11th, 2021|
|College:||College of Public Health|
|Department:||Occupational & Environmental Health|
|Full/Part Time Status:||Full Time|
|Position Description:||Professor & Department Executive Officer (DEO)|
Department of Occupational and Environmental Health
University of Iowa, College of Public Health
The University of Iowa, College of Public Health seeks a dedicated, visionary, and experienced leader for the position of Departmental Executive Officer (DEO) for the Department of Occupational and Environmental Health (OEH). The DEO provides strategic leadership and direction for all aspects of the department, and coordinates and administers the overall academic agenda, including education, research, and service activities. The DEO will be appointed at the level of Professor with Tenure and will report to the Dean.
The College of Public Health is nationally ranked among the top 10 in publicly supported schools of public health and has a diverse research portfolio. The college and its five departments offer a rich environment in interdisciplinary research and faculty engagement.
Candidates must have a PhD, DrPH, MD (with an MPH preferred) or equivalent degree in a related field and qualifications commensurate with an appointment as a tenured, full professor in our College of Public Health. Current Associate Professors with the qualifications for appointment as a tenured, full professor will also be considered.
Successful candidates must demonstrate academic experience in an occupational and/or environmental health discipline relevant to public health, with national recognition as a scholar. Candidates are expected to have a record of research productivity, including extramural funding, and high-quality teaching experience. Candidates must demonstrate leadership and administrative experience toward of vision of inclusiveness, collegiality, and scholarly relevancy in the field of occupational and environmental health; a record of successful collaborative efforts in teaching and/or research; success or knowledge of effective strategies for working with and mentoring diverse faculty, staff, and students; and a commitment to promoting a diverse academic environment.
Desirable qualifications include demonstrated experience building partnerships across academic disciplines and implementing successful long-term strategies for growth in a multi-disciplinary environment.
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Cpub-Public Health Admin
College of Public Health Building
145 North Riverside Drive
Iowa City, IA 52242
Department URL: https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/oeh/
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