Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance - Public Health
Posted on: February 13, 2019
Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance - Public Health Below you will find the details for the position including any supplementary documentation and questions you should review before applying for the opening. To apply for the position, please click the Apply for this Job link/button. If you would like to bookmark this position for later review, click on the Bookmark link. If you would like to print a copy of this position for your records, click on the Print Preview link. Bookmark this Posting -Print Preview -Apply for this Job Please see Special Instructions for more details.Note that you will be required to upload/create the required documents indicated in this posting at the time you apply. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable at the time of application. It is the responsibility of the applicant to upload all required documents, including transcript(s). If you have questions please contact HR at 541-383-7216.COCC is not able to support work visas for this position. Candidates must be able to work in the United States at time of employment.If you have letters of recommendation that are being sent directly to HR, please upload a Word document or PDF stating these documents are being sent to HR. This will act as a placeholder for your required documents and allow you to continue your application process and submit.**The preferred method of receiving letters of recommendation is through our email address at firstname.lastname@example.org.If you wish to have hard copies sent, our physical address is:Central Oregon Community CollegeAttn: Human Resources2600 NW College WayBend, OR 97703 Posting Details Application Instructions Please read carefully before applying:You must provide all information requested on the application form (resumes will not be considered as a substitute for the application). 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Position Information Posting Number:06001484 Position Title:Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance - Public Health Posting Date: Closing Date:03/08/2019 Open Until Filled (notes): Length of Position:9 months per year - academic calendar contract Anticipated Start Date: Fall 2019 Position Type:Full-Time Faculty FTE:1.0 Salary Level:Assistant Professor Starting Minimum Pay:$49,350 for 9 mos, plus exceptional benefits Starting Maximum Pay:$58,850 for 9 mos, plus exceptional benefits Hours per Week:40 Work Schedule:Depending on class schedule Days of the Week:Mon-Fri typically Job Summary/Purpose: To provide instruction of Public Health-related courses as a member of an instructional team of full-time, adjunct, and part-time instructors in the Health and Human Performance Department. Instruction is for students in Associate degree programs, including the Public Health AAOT transfer degree. This position includes teaching classes that could include Intro to Public Health, Orientation to Public Health Professions, Health and Fitness, Fit/First Aid, Stress Management, Holistic Wellness, or any other classes, as assigned. The instructor must teach, facilitate student discussion, develop meaningful learning experiences to meet student-learning outcomes, assess student performance, provide student advising, and manage course curricula. Terms of Employment ? Full-time Faculty, 1.0 FTE, Exempt. This is a full-time, tenure-track probationary position commencing September 2019. Hours of work may include evening or weekend teaching assignments.? $48,350 - $57,850 per year depending on experience.? Represented by the Faculty Forum Collective Bargaining Agreement. ? Initial assignment will be at the Bend Campus.? Official transcripts are required upon hire. Applicants anticipating Degree completion must supply a letter from his/her university stating the degree title and that the degree will be granted by that date.? Upon hire, must pass criminal background check and/or driving history; only information relevant to the position will be considered.? May include travel throughout the College district. Essential Functions: 1. Provide instruction in area of discipline, using approved course outcome guides. Teaching assignments may be during the day (including early morning), evening, or weekend, and could include classes taught at any of the College campuses. 2. Provide student advising and assistance in areas of course selection, career planning, job placement and employment follow-up. 3. Hold at least five scheduled office hours per week for student help sessions and program assistance. 4. Participate in department meetings, curriculum revision, course assessment, program assessment, and program review. 5. Engage in regular professional growth activities, remain current in the field, and maintain current credentials or licensures as required by the program. 6. Participate in service to the college. This may include participating in College committees, taskforces, peer teams, or other activities. 7. Provide meaningful, professional service to the community, businesses, public agencies, and other organizations. 8. Perform other essential job functions as assigned that support the overall objective of the position. SPECIFIC ESSENTIAL FACULTY FUNCTIONS 1. Provide instruction in Health and Human Performance. The main courses are the pre-Public Health core courses approved for articulation with OSU and OHSU-PSU: HHP100, HHP210, and HHP110.Other HHP classes may be assigned. Some courses may be taught in a hybrid or online environment. Full-time classroom teaching requires 15 load units (LU) per quarter (minimum of 45 LU per academic year - Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters combined), involving 24+ students in most classes. Teaching assignments may include courses taught during the morning, afternoon, and/or evening, weekday and weekend courses, classes taught in an online format or hybrid environment, and classes taught on or off campus in Bend, Madras, Prineville, or Redmond. 2. PROFESSIONAL IMPROVEMENT: Serve as a role model and supervisor in Public Health. Create a professional improvement plan that provides the instructor with relevant current peer-reviewed information/data to be shared with students in order to enhance quality education. 3. COMMUNITY SERVICE: This includes teaching both credit and non-credit courses in the various communities of the College district, as other responsibilities allow, and articulating with members of the community regarding education interests and needs and the College's ability to provide educational services. Community service also includes developing seminars and short courses, as other responsibilities allow. 4. STUDENT ADVISING: in public health, wellness coaching, exercise sciences, and other general education advising as assigned; faculty provides academic advising to approximately 30-40 students. A minimum of five office hours per week are required for every tenure track faculty for student help sessions and program assistance. 5. COLLEGE SERVICE: This may include program and curriculum development, participating on College committees, task-force groups, faculty organizations, and professional advisory committee meetings. 6. Work with appropriate College personnel to write proposals for program funds. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Individuals must possess these knowledge, skills and abilities or be able to explain and demonstrate that the individual can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, using some other combination of skills and abilities. The individual is expected to follow College work rules and policies. 1. Thorough knowledge and skills in the field of Public Health & experience teaching Intro to Public Health. 2. Knowledge of and ability to effectively apply teaching and instructional methodologies and pedagogical approaches to various levels of learners from diverse backgrounds in a variety of settings, including traditional and hybrid instructional methods at the community college level. 3. Ability to apply authentic professional examples of public health models and tools from public health practice to enhance student learning. 4. Familiarity with and ability to operate classroom and office technology including multi-media (computers, LCD projectors, document cameras, videos, web, & written materials). 5. Ability to orally communicate effectively with others, using the English language, with or without the use of an interpreter. 6. Ability to communicate effectively in writing, using the English language, with or without the use of auxiliary aids or services. 7. Ability to review, understand and apply concepts presented in training programs, conferences, and/or professional literature. 8. Ability to work with HHP faculty and other COCC staff at all levels. 9. Willingness to travel and/or teach at various hours, days, and locations, as required. Physical Demands and Other Ergonomic Requirements: Work is performed in classroom and office environments with the ability to sit or stand at workstation for extended periods. The employee is regularly required to use computers, white boards, projectors, and other basic office equipment. The employee is regularly required to sit, use hands and fingers, handle or feel objects, tools or controls, reach with hands and arms and requires near visual acuity to write, read written materials and computer screens, and sufficient hearing and speech ability for ordinary conversations. Computer screen is used frequently. Occasional lifting up to 25 lbs. Travel throughout the College district as needed. A flexible work schedule, including evenings and weekends, may be necessary due to the nature of the position responsibilities. All individuals are required to be able to perform the essential functions with or without reasonable accommodation. Equal Opportunity / Non-Discrimination Statement The goal of Central Oregon Community College is to provide an atmosphere that encourages our faculty, staff and students to realize their full potential. In support of this goal, it is the policy of Central Oregon Community College that there will be no discrimination or harassment on the basis of age, disability, sex, marital status, national origin, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, citizenship status, veteran status or any other classes protected under Federal and State statues in any education program, activities or employment. Persons having questions about equal opportunity and nondiscrimination should contact the Equal Employment Officer, c/o COCC's Human Resources office, 541.383.7216. Minimum Qualifications: ? Minimum of master's degree in Public Health (MPH) or other closely-related public health equivalent ? Minimum of two years teaching experience at a community college.? Public Health teaching experience at the college and/or university level ? Hybrid or online teaching experience with health curriculum.? Evidence of a pattern of positive student evaluations. Special Qualifications: Strongly Preferred: ? At least two years experience working in the Public Health field (non-academic setting) .? Successful completion of HOT (Hybrid & Online Instructor Training) Course. Optional (not required) Certifications: ? Current First Aid (including CPR) Instructor Certification by either the American Heart Association, American Red Cross, or National Safety Council.? Bilingual candidates encouraged to apply. Special Instructions to Applicants: Note that you will be required to upload/create the required documents indicated in this posting at the time you apply. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable at the time of application. It is the responsibility of the applicant to upload all required documents, including transcript(s). If you have questions please contact HR at 541-383-7216. COCC is not able to support work visas for this position. Candidates must be able to work in the United States at time of employment. If you have letters of recommendation that are being sent directly to HR, please upload a Word document or PDF stating these documents are being sent to HR. This will act as a placeholder for your required documents and allow you to continue your application process and submit. **The preferred method of receiving letters of recommendation is through our email address at email@example.com. If you wish to have hard copies sent, our physical address is: Central Oregon Community CollegeAttn: Human Resources2600 NW College WayBend, OR 97703 Is a Criminal History Check required?Yes Is a Credit History Check Required?No Open Until FilledNo
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