The Department of Health Professions is seeking a lecturer to support its mission in teaching and developing core courses, mentoring students, and participating in department, college, and university service activities.
A successful applicant for this position should possess the ability to teach multiple content courses in a traditional, asynchronous and interactive video teleconference distance education delivery format to majors in the BSAS in Public Health. Other responsibilities include conducting annual outcomes assessment and continuous quality improvement; assisting with the preparation of accreditation self-study documents and participating in the accreditation processes; ensuring the quality of the curriculum and compliance with accreditation standards; advising Public Health majors; supervising field experiences and internships; and providing service to the department, college, university and community.
Plans, organizes, teaches, and provides feedback to promote and direct student success. Responds to students in a timely manner. Communicates with students, departments and university officials via university provided tools and resources.
Youngstown State University—an urban research university—emphasizes a creative, integrated approach to education, scholarship, and service. The University places students at its center; leads in the discovery, dissemination, and application of knowledge; advances civic, scientific, and technological development; and fosters collaboration to enrich the region and the world. The University: Creates diverse educational experiences that develop ethical, intellectually curious students who are invested in their communities; Provides access to a broad range of undergraduate programs; Offers graduate programs in selected areas of excellence, including those that meet the needs of the region; Supports economic development through applied learning and research; Integrates teaching and learning, scholarship, and civic engagement; Fosters understanding of diversity, sustainability, and global perspectives; and Advances the intellectual and cultural life of the city, region, and world.
At least an earned master's degree in public health and at least three years of experience working in public health.
Professional work experience in corporate wellness, community health, public health administration, environmental health and safety, or emergency management. Experience teaching at the undergraduate level. Experience with the development and delivery of courses in an asynchronous online format; curriculum and course development; accreditation. Working with internship and field experience placement sites. Computer literacy in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Blackboard or a similar distance learning platform.
Since 1908, Youngstown State University has prepared its graduates to become leaders in the region, the state, and the nation. Located on a beautiful 140-acre campus near downtown Youngstown, Ohio, YSU offers a comprehensive selection of major programs backed by a strong tradition of teaching and scholarship. YSU has a diverse student body of approximately 12,700 students. Multicultural students make up nearly 18 percent of the student body at the University, and over 400 international students hail from fifty-five countries. A student-faculty ratio of 16:1 provide the personal contact associated with a smaller institution, and its connection to the Ohio state system of higher education enables it to draw on the vast resources of that system.
Youngstown State University is a comprehensive urban research university that provides associate, baccalaureate, and graduate instruction and continuing education in one location. The University offers a broad curriculum in the School of Graduate Studies and Research and six colleges: Business Administration; Education; Creative Arts and Communications; Health and Human Services; Liberal Arts and Social Sciences; and Science, Technology, E...ngineering, and Mathematics.
Youngstown State University provides for a broad-based education through a core curriculum of 45 semester hours spread across five areas of concentration and emphasizing the development of writing, speaking, and critical-thinking skills.