Lecturer, Global Health and Human Services

Updated: 3 months ago
Location: Columbia, SOUTH CAROLINA
Job Type: FullTime
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Posting Details

Job Title: Lecturer, Global Health and Human Services
Campus: Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
Department: School of Public and Global Affairs-Vancouver
Hiring Manager: Peter Woolley
Hiring Manager Title: Founding Director School of Public and Global Affairs
Position Type: Faculty
FLSA: Exempt
Faculty Rank: Lecturer
Salary: Commensurate with Experience
Status: Full-Time
Months Worked: 12 Month
Job Summary:

FDU-Vancouver is seeking a full-time lecturer in Global Health and Human Services for AY 2021-22. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and Permanent Residents will be given priority.

Fairleigh Dickinson University is the largest private (not-for-profit) university in the state of New Jersey (USA), with campuses also in Vancouver Canada, and Wroxton, UK. It has approximately 10,000 graduate and undergraduate students and more than 100 degree programs ranging from the Associate of Arts (A.A.) to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.).
The University’s Vancouver campus currently offers the Master of Administrative Science, a professional degree program with six different specializations. The Vancouver Campus boasts an excellent and dedicated core of full- and part-time faculty; a new, state-of-the art facilities; small class sizes; close working relations between students, faculty and staff; and an intensive and unrivaled student support system focused on individual student success.

Required Qualifications:

The Ph.D. or other terminal degree is preferred, although doctoral students with teaching experience and applicants with professional qualifications will be considered. Candidates should be able to teach at least four of the following courses:

MADS 6628 – Building Strategic Partnerships
Building strategic partnerships is key to organizational survival and success. The course will use case studies to explore the principles, approaches and motivations behind some of the most noteworthy collaborations forged by private and not-for-profit leaders
MADS 6642 – Global Health & Human Services Systems
Offered in the U.S. with the option of an international setting, this course includes a comparison of health and human services philosophies, concepts and practices. Policy decisions and politics of health and human services delivery mechanisms are discussed with special emphasis on problem analysis and strategies to address issues
MADS 6643 – Community Needs Assessment & Qualitative Analysis for Health & Human Services
Presents a framework for conducting and analyzing health and human services needs within the community. Designing projects, methods of collecting data, matching evaluation plans with community priorities, and writing and evaluating proposals/ reports providing an essential foundation for planning initiatives
MADS 6644 – Law, Ethics& Policy for Health & Human Services
Examines health and human services within the context of law, ethics, policy and the role of government and society. Provides a framework for analyzing policies in terms of social needs, workplace diversity and environmental issues in the context of exposure to liability and prevention of lawsuits
MADS 6645 – Marketing Social Change
Fundamental marketing concepts are applied to health and human services issues to bring about social change. Attention is given to understanding the needs, wants and perception of the consumer in developing a social marketing plan, implementing it and evaluating its impact
MADS 6647 – Organizational Planning & Risk Communications
Risk communications practices, emergency operations planning and theory for public, private and not-for-profit organizations. Includes an overview of existing national, regional and local emergency operations planning and communication processes using case studies and practical exercises.
MADS 6753 – Special Topics: Elder Care Law
Increases in elderly population have resulted in new and complex issues and concerns that impact everyone. These issues include making decisions for the elderly, care giving, maintaining self-sufficiency or assistive living accommodations, and home and estate planning. This course will explore topics such as informed consent, decision making capabilities, legal issues related to death and dying, privacy rights, geriatric services and finding, age discrimination and family law issues. In addition to lectures, the course includes case studies and discussions.

Employment is contingent upon a satisfactory background check. Candidates for hire will be required to sign a waiver authorizing the background check and produce a Social Security Card.

Preferred Qualifications:
Hours Worked
Posting Date: 04/23/2021
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Application Types Accepted: Faculty Profile

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