The Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is seeking a faculty member to fill a full-time educator/leadership position (Rank open) in the Management Curriculum Portfolio (Doctorate, Executive Education and Masters programs). The successful candidate will join a robust and growing department consisting of 82 faculty with a commitment to, and emphasis on, the disciplines of management and leadership.
The new faculty member will serve as an Associate Director in the MHA Program (9th Ranked in the 2018 US News and World Report) and the Master of Applied Science in Population Health Management, an online certificate and master’s program. In collaboration with the MHA/MAS Program Director, the new faculty member will be integral to developing new degree and non-degree leadership offerings to build the Management Curriculum Portfolio. The position also involves student advising, both career and academic, program coordination, and accreditation oversight.
The ideal candidate will have demonstrated accomplishments in both the practice of, and teaching management and leadership in health and U.S. health care delivery sectors. The candidate should have at least 15 years of experience in healthcare administration and/or consulting with a proven track record of teaching, as well as, building, growing, and leading education programs. The candidate should have a reasonably broad professional expertise in two or more of the following areas: leading organizations, health systems management, performance management and improvement, strategy, organizational behavior, organizational development, knowledge management and learning organizations, population health management, and/or finance. The candidate must be committed to, and have experience with teaching in multiple settings (traditional degree programs, executive education programs, online and hybrid programs). Interest in conducting research into either health services management or the scholarship of teaching and learning is a plus.
Degree requirements are open, but those with terminal professional degrees (e.g., PhD, MD, JD, DrPH) are preferred
Internal Number: 06152019
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