Health Informatics Internship Coordinator, Term Faculty
Health Informatics Internship Coordinator, Term Faculty
The George Mason University Department of Health Administration within the College of Health and Human Services is launching an open-rank search for a term (non-tenure track) instructional faculty in health informatics.
George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.
Mason’s commitment and initiative for Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence (ARIE) provide support for an inclusive and equitable campus community where everyone is valued and supported, and all have a sense of belonging.
About the Position:
The candidate will be part of health informatics program that offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees in health informatics. Growth of the health informatics programs and our commitment to offering field-based internships in undergraduate and graduate programs has created the need for a unified approach to internship planning, coordination and placement, along with teaching of specialized health informatics related technical courses across curriculum.
Strong candidates with expertise in other disciplines or areas of expertise in health informatics will also be considered. This is a state-funded, full-time (12-month) instructional (non-tenure-track) faculty position. The appointment will begin in August for Academic Year 2022-2023.
Successful candidates will be expected to:
Teach technical and non-technical courses across the department’s health informatics curriculum, focused on specialized health informatics topics;
Coordinate internship and practicum experiences across undergraduate and graduate programs in health informatics. This includes maintaining industry and academic contacts for student placements, coordinating internship agreements, and securing new contacts;
Provide academic and professional advising to graduate students;
Participate in student and faculty recruitment and academic program outreach activities; and
Serve on Department, College and University level faculty committees and working groups.
Earned Master’s Degree in health, informatics, information technology, computer science or related field, or other relevant advanced degree such as MD or PharmD. Note that only candidates with doctoral degrees will be able to teach in graduate programs;
Experience in teaching technical and non-technical courses across undergraduate and graduate programs;
Wide network of contacts for possible internship placements, through active participation in professional organizations, and active professional service; and Strong interpersonal communication skills.
Doctoral degree in health informatics, biomedical informatics, information technology, computer science or related field. Note that only candidates with doctoral degrees will be able to teach in graduate programs;
Experience in arranging student internships on undergraduate and graduate level through wide network of industry contacts; and
Active membership in AMIA, AUPHA, ACHE, HIMSS or other relevant professional societies.
About the Health Informatics Program:
Health Informatics Program at George Mason University offers newly approved Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics (the first public university in Virginia to offer such program), along with Master of Science in Health Informatics (accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Health Informatics and Information Management Programs, CAHIIM), PhD in Health Services Research (concentration in Discovery Science and Health Informatics), Health Informatics and Data Analytics graduate certificate and an undergraduate minor in Health IT. In addition to teaching healthcare and computing background, the program has strong technical and hands-on components in student training. Learn more at https://hi.gmu.edu
About the Department of Health Administration and Policy:
The Department of Health Administration and Policy has educated students and conducted research in health systems management, health policy and health informatics since 2010. Today, graduate programs in these areas seek to prepare new leaders to apply management and evidence-based decision making to improve public health and the quality of health care. The distinctive approach to all HAP degree programs is rigorous, innovative, accessible and hands-on. Learn more at https://hap.gmu.edu
About the College of Health and Human Services:
The College of Health and Human Services is located in the Peterson Family Health Science Hall, which has 165,000 square feet of offices, conference rooms, classrooms, and wet and dry labs. The College has accredited degree programs in Global and Community Health, Health Administration and Policy, Nutrition and Food Studies, Nursing, and Social Work, including CEPH accredited bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees. The College’s research infrastructure includes DSHI (Discovery Science and Health Informatics Center with a Machine Learning Lab), imaging resources (DEXA, fMRI, movement capture), as well as physical and metabolic human assessment tools. The College operates a Population Health Center that supports primary and behavioral health care, research, and training. The College has an active research portfolio of approximately $9 million and is transitioning to become the first CEPH accredited College of Public Health in Virginia. Further information about the College may be found at: https://chhs.gmu.edu.
Special Instructions to Applicants
For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number F678AZ using https://jobs.gmu.edu and include: (1) a cover letter of interest, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) statement of teaching experience and philosophy, and (4) a list of three references with full contact information. Also, please include (5) a diversity statement summarizing the extent to which you have worked with any individuals from marginalized groups in a teaching, mentorship or advisory capacity, and how you helped them identify and overcome barriers to success.
NOTE: Candidates who are invited for the second round of interviews (in person or virtually) must arrange for the search committee to receive three letters of recommendation prior to the second interview.
George Mason University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, committed to promoting inclusion and equity in its community. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or veteran status, or any characteristic protected by law.
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