Adjunct Lecturer, Public Health
Department: Health Promotion Sciences (4205)
Location: University of Arizona Health Sciences
The Department of Health Promotion Sciences is seeking qualified applicants for On-Call Adjunct Lecturers, Public Health to teach the following courses in Fall 2019:
- HPS 178 – Personal Health and Wellness
- HPS 300 – Public Health in the 21st Century
- HPS 400 – Contemporary Community Health Problems
These positions will be non-benefits eligible depending upon Affordable Care Act criteria and limited eligibility for the State Retirement System. They will be on-going appointments; however, the positions may be put into unpaid status during semesters when the specified course(s) is/are not being offered.
The successful candidates will provide academic support as course instructors to the College’s academic program. These On-Call Adjunct Lecturers will report directly to the Department Chair for day-to-day duties.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Teach subject matter according to the course syllabus and online materials.
- Manage course materials.
- There may be additional duties assigned as it relates to this position.
- Possess the terminal degree or Masters in Public Health in the discipline that is appropriate for the course emphasis.
- Previous experience teaching the assigned course or be familiar with its content.
Tenure Information: Adjunct (NTE)
FTE: AR (Typically between .25 and .20)
Full Time/Part Time: Part Time
Number of Hours Worked per Week: 10
Benefits Eligible: No
Posted Rate of Pay: $3,000 Per 3 Credit-Hour Course (to be prorated by number of credit hours) Note: The College of Public Health does not typically compensate for 1-credit hour courses.
Job Category: Faculty
Type of criminal background check required: Name-based criminal background check (non-security sensitive)