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Chair and Tenured Full Professor, Department of Applied Health Science

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SUMMARY OF KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The Chair of the Department of Applied Health Science provides research and intellectual leadership, strategic vision and administrative oversight to all aspects of the Department, and advances and promotes the Department’s mission of scholarly research, academic excellence in education and in civic engagement and service.

Reporting directly to the Dean of the School of Public Health, the Chair of AHS will oversee the Department faculty that include 25 who are tenured or in tenure-track, a similar number in Scientist or Research Associate positions, and ~15 additional faculty that are in Clinical, Teaching, or Visiting positions. The Department has nine research centers and offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Dietetics, Health Education-Secondary Teacher Preparation, Human Development and Family Studies, Nutrition Science, Safety, and Youth Development, a BSPH in Community Health, 9 undergraduate minors, Master of Science degrees in Nutrition Science, Safety Management, School and College Health Education, a Master of Public Health in Behavioral, Social, and Community Health, and Public Health Administration, and a PhD in Health Behavior.   The Chair is also a member of the Dean’s leadership team and plays a collaborative role in the direction and implementation of strategic initiatives that impact the School as a whole.  As the central member of the leadership team within the School, the Chair will build and sustain collaborative partnerships with other departments and academic units both within and beyond the School of Public Health. The School’s next Chair of Applied Health Science will oversee the Department’s annual operating budget of nearly $8 million and external research funding of $3-$4 million.

SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

The successful candidate will be a nationally recognized public health scholar with a record of independent externally-funded research published in high-quality peer-reviewed journals; the successful candidate will have demonstrated collaborative leadership and administrative skills with a clear commitment to both undergraduate and graduate education.

EDUCATION AND ACHIEVEMENT

The Chair should possess an earned Ph.D. in public health or a related field and/or an M.D. and should possess a record of recognized achievement in scholarly research, teaching and service consistent with appointment as a Full Professor.at a major research university.

NOMINATIONS AND APPLICATIONS

This 12-month appointment would start August 1, 2019 although an earlier hire date is possible. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but f or priority consideration, apply by October 15, 2018.   Applications should include 1) a curriculum vitae that includes a listing of current and previous external grant support, 2) a letter of interest that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described above, as well as the applicant’s motivation to apply.  Additionally, provide a list of six (6) references with the understanding that references will not be contacted without permission of the candidate. Please submit all materials in PDF.  Applicants should submit their materials both at https://indiana.peopleadmin.com and via email to tonica.lam@kornferry.com .

Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to malockha@indiana.edu . Questions regarding the position may be directed to the Chair of the Search Committee, Richard J. Rose, Emeritus Professor, Psychological & Brain Sciences, rose@indiana.edu or to the search firm liaison, Tonika Lam: tonika.lam@kownferry.com .

Chair and Tenured Full Professor, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health

Complete Position Specification

Responsibilities: The Chair will provide leadership in research, teaching, and service activities in the department; manage the departmental budget, secure financial resources to meet program objectives; actively assist with fundraising activities; represent the department on external committees.  The Chair will recruit and mentor outstanding faculty, staff and graduate students; and facilitate productive interaction among faculty, staff, students, and alumni.  It is expected that the successful candidate will work closely with the departmental faculty and the Dean to further the School’s goals and research mission.

Qualifications: Candidates must have a research focus and hold a doctoral degree in a disciplinary area covered by the department. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of extramurally funded research, current funding, and the ability to collaborate with others across disciplines. Experience in leadership and/or administrative roles is critical to this position.

Resources:  The Department has 11 faculty members (9 Tenure/Tenure Track, 1 Non-Tenure Track, 1 academic specialist) with a budget of approximately $1.7 million.  The Department offers a curriculum in a number of areas including the BSPH, MPH, MS and PhD programs in Environmental Health.  In addition, a newly approved M.S. program in environmental and occupational health will begin in Spring 2019.  We seek to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge in toxicology, global environmental health, and occupational health.  While this is a relatively young department, our faculty are committed to understanding how the living and working environment impacts human health. We envision a department that will be a leader in areas comprising but not limited to toxicology, global and rural environmental health and occupational health with degree programs tailored for students to enter professional settings in industry, government and academia.

Application Procedure:  Please provide a curriculum vitae, and cover letter including a summary of research, extramural support, and teaching interests.  Additionally, please provide a list of six (6) references.  Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com . Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to malockha@indiana.edu or via postal mail at SPH-B Search & Screen Committee, School Public Health-Bloomington, Indiana University, 1025 East 7th Street, Room 115A, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801. Questions regarding the position may be directed to Jeffrey Zaleski, Search Committee Chair, zaleski@indiana.edu or David B. Allison, Dean, allison@iu.edu.

Multiple Tenure/Tenure-Track Positions Fall 2019

Join a dynamic campus community buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its Bicentennial celebrations in 2020. Located on the Flagship Campus of the Indiana University System, IU School of Public Health-Bloomington has over 170 faculty in five departments ( http://www.publichealth.indiana.edu/). Indiana University is classified as an R1-Highest Research Activity university, is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), and boasts numerous resources. IU School of Public Health-Bloomington combines aspects of a traditional university campus with a strong teaching focus and the research infrastructure of a research-intensive institution.

The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington (SPH-B) invites applications for multiple tenure/tenure-track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor positions by individuals who would contribute multidisciplinary perspectives, conceptual and methodological diversity, and research leadership and mentoring to the school's efforts. This is part of a school wide expansion to add an additional 9-20 faculty members across all 5 departments. School priority areas include, but are not limited to: addictions around opioids, nutrition and obesity, infectious disease epidemiology, vector-borne disease, sexual and reproductive health, network science around personalized medicine, rural health, and health disparities. For exceptional pre-tenured faculty candidates with a research focus area on children, preferably physical activity in children, there exists the potential of awarding the endowed Gallahue Family Professorship. The endowed Gallahue Family Professorship is awarded for a five-year term and includes funds to support the awardee's research endeavors. Senior level applicants with a research team are highly encouraged to apply, as cluster hires are possible. Women scholars, scholars with disabilities, and scholars from traditionally underrepresented minority groups are encouraged to apply. Each of the faculty hired will have tenure homes in a department within SPH-B; links to specific departmental websites are noted below. The anticipated hire date for these appointments is August 1, 2019 although this is negotiable with the ability to start earlier. Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2018 and continue until the positions are filled.

The Department of Applied Health Science (AHS) comprised of 67 faculty and professional staff members, offers B.S.P.H., B.S., M.S., and/or M.P.H. degrees in behavioral, social and community health; public health administration; school and college health education; safety management; nutrition and dietetics and human development and family studies as well as a highly regarded PhD in health behavior. Faculty pursue research in a wide array of areas including alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse prevention, HIV/STD prevention, human sexuality, sexual and reproductive health, obesity, maternal and child health, population health, public health policy, and application of health behavior theory. AHS also houses several critical sub-units including Center for Sexual Health Promotion, Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention, Institute for Research on Addictive Behaviors and Indiana Prevention Resource Center.

The Department of Environmental and Occupational Health is committed to the improvement of public health through evidence-based research, community outreach, professional service, and training of future research scientists and public health professionals in various environmental and occupational health settings. Our diverse, multidisciplinary faculty conduct laboratory and field based multidisciplinary research in environmental toxicology, risk assessment, environmental and occupational epidemiology, vector-borne disease, global environmental health and other topics of public health importance in the U.S., and other parts of the world. The department, equipped with 11 faculty and currently offers BSPH, MPH, and PhD degrees in environmental health with a new M.S. in environmental and occupational health.

The Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics is committed to broadening our understanding of the determinants of health outcomes and to providing statistical and methodological expertise on topics in human health. These two fields of study are the cornerstone of public health research and practice. Our faculty conduct research on a broad range of health outcomes and exposures and are seeking candidates with backgrounds that will complement our existing expertise in nutrition, genetic epidemiology, statistical genetics, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, health disparities, vector-borne disease, and infectious disease epidemiology. Our department currently offers BSPH, MPH, and PhD degrees in epidemiology and an MPH degree in biostatistics. Successful candidates will provide evidence of the potential to secure extramural grants, conduct research, write for peer-reviewed publications, and teach undergraduate and graduate classes in the candidate's' area of expertise.

The Department of Kinesiology is committed to advancing public health through the study of movement throughout the lifespan. According to the American Kinesiology Association and the publication Inside Higher Education, Kinesiology is one of the fastest-growing areas of study in the country. Home to over 1200 undergraduate majors, Kinesiology offers degrees in Exercise Science, Sports Marketing and Management, Athletic Training, and a BS in Public Health- Fitness and Wellness. The department also offers an MPH in Physical Activity, an MS in Kinesiology and a PhD in Human Performance.

The Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies was founded on July 1, 1946 and has been a stalwart contributor to the development of research, teaching, and service in recreation and leisure behavior toward the promotion of health. Through its areas of specialization in Public, Nonprofit, and Community Recreation; Recreational Therapy; Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management; and Outdoor Recreation, Parks, and Human Ecology, the Department works closely with community-based organizations and local, state and national agencies in cooperative research, education, and internship opportunities. Another multidisciplinary area of opportunity exists within vector-borne disease. The Department offers a variety of course offerings at the undergraduate level, both online and campus Master degree programs, and a long-standing PhD program. The Department has a variety of external research and service activities and initiatives, including the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands, the National Center on Accessibility, and the IU Campus Farm.

Responsibilities: Conduct research and engage with other faculty in collaborative teaching and community engagement efforts related to the school's priority areas.

Qualifications: Candidates must hold a doctoral degree from an accredited educational institution. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarly achievement appropriate for career level, including extramurally funded research, current funding or strong potential to secure external funding, the ability to collaborate across disciplines, and a positive team spirit.

Application Procedure: Please provide a curriculum vitae, and cover letter specifying preferred department home, including a summary of research and teaching interests. Additionally, please provide a list of six (6) references for senior level positions requesting tenure; three (3) references for tenure-track positions. Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com. Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to malockha@indiana.edu or via postal mail at SPH-B Search & Screen Committee, School Public Health-Bloomington, Indiana University, 1025 East 7th Street, Room 115A, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801. Questions regarding the positions may be directed to Shawn Gibbs, Executive Associate Dean, gibbss@indiana.edu or David B. Allison, Dean, allison@iu.edu.

Multiple Tenure/Tenure-Track Positions Fall 2019 - Applied Health Science

Join a dynamic campus community buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its Bicentennial celebrations in 2020. Located on the Flagship Campus of the Indiana University System, IU School of Public Health-Bloomington has over 170 faculty in five departments ( http://www.publichealth.indiana.edu/). Indiana University is classified as an R1-Highest Research Activity university, is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), and boasts numerous resources. IU School of Public Health-Bloomington combines aspects of a traditional university campus with a strong teaching focus and the research infrastructure of a research-intensive institution.

The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington (SPH-B) invites applications for multiple tenure/tenure-track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor positions by individuals who would contribute multidisciplinary perspectives, conceptual and methodological diversity, and research leadership and mentoring to the school's efforts. This is part of a school wide expansion to add an additional 9-20 faculty members across all 5 departments. School priority areas include, but are not limited to: addictions around opioids, nutrition and obesity, infectious disease epidemiology, vector-borne disease, sexual and reproductive health, network science around personalized medicine, rural health, and health disparities. For exceptional pre-tenured faculty candidates with a research focus area on children, preferably physical activity in children, there exists the potential of awarding the endowed Gallahue Family Professorship. The endowed Gallahue Family Professorship is awarded for a five-year term and includes funds to support the awardee's research endeavors. Senior level applicants with a research team are highly encouraged to apply, as cluster hires are possible. Women scholars, scholars with disabilities, and scholars from traditionally underrepresented minority groups are encouraged to apply. Each of the faculty hired will have tenure homes in a department within SPH-B; links to specific departmental websites are noted below. The anticipated hire date for these appointments is August 1, 2019 although this is negotiable with the ability to start earlier. Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2018 and continue until the positions are filled.

The Department of Applied Health Science (AHS) comprised of 67 faculty and professional staff members, offers B.S.P.H., B.S., M.S., and/or M.P.H. degrees in behavioral, social and community health; public health administration; school and college health education; safety management; nutrition and dietetics and human development and family studies as well as a highly regarded PhD in health behavior. Faculty pursue research in a wide array of areas including alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse prevention, HIV/STD prevention, human sexuality, sexual and reproductive health, obesity, maternal and child health, population health, public health policy, and application of health behavior theory. AHS also houses several critical sub-units including Center for Sexual Health Promotion, Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention, Institute for Research on Addictive Behaviors and Indiana Prevention Resource Center.

Responsibilities: Conduct research and engage with other faculty in collaborative teaching and community engagement efforts related to the school's priority areas.

Qualifications: Candidates must hold a doctoral degree from an accredited educational institution. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarly achievement appropriate for career level, including extramurally funded research, current funding or strong potential to secure external funding, the ability to collaborate across disciplines, and a positive team spirit.

Application Procedure: Please provide a curriculum vitae, and cover letter specifying Applied Health Science as the department home, including a summary of research and teaching interests. Additionally, please provide a list of six (6) references for senior level positions requesting tenure; three (3) references for tenure-track positions. Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com. Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to malockha@indiana.edu or via postal mail at SPH-B Search & Screen Committee, School Public Health-Bloomington, Indiana University, 1025 East 7th Street, Room 115A, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801. Questions regarding the positions may be directed to Shawn Gibbs, Executive Associate Dean, gibbss@indiana.edu or David B. Allison, Dean, allison@iu.edu.

Multiple Tenure/Tenure-Track Positions Fall 2019 - Environmental and Occupational Health

Join a dynamic campus community buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its Bicentennial celebrations in 2020. Located on the Flagship Campus of the Indiana University System, IU School of Public Health-Bloomington has over 170 faculty in five departments ( http://www.publichealth.indiana.edu/). Indiana University is classified as an R1-Highest Research Activity university, is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), and boasts numerous resources. IU School of Public Health-Bloomington combines aspects of a traditional university campus with a strong teaching focus and the research infrastructure of a research-intensive institution.

The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington (SPH-B) invites applications for multiple tenure/tenure-track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor positions by individuals who would contribute multidisciplinary perspectives, conceptual and methodological diversity, and research leadership and mentoring to the school's efforts. This is part of a school wide expansion to add an additional 9-20 faculty members across all 5 departments. School priority areas include, but are not limited to: addictions around opioids, nutrition and obesity, infectious disease epidemiology, vector-borne disease, sexual and reproductive health, network science around personalized medicine, rural health, and health disparities. For exceptional pre-tenured faculty candidates with a research focus area on children, preferably physical activity in children, there exists the potential of awarding the endowed Gallahue Family Professorship. The endowed Gallahue Family Professorship is awarded for a five-year term and includes funds to support the awardee's research endeavors. Senior level applicants with a research team are highly encouraged to apply, as cluster hires are possible. Women scholars, scholars with disabilities, and scholars from traditionally underrepresented minority groups are encouraged to apply. Each of the faculty hired will have tenure homes in a department within SPH-B; links to specific departmental websites are noted below. The anticipated hire date for these appointments is August 1, 2019 although this is negotiable with the ability to start earlier. Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2018 and continue until the positions are filled.

The Department of Environmental and Occupational Health is committed to the improvement of public health through evidence-based research, community outreach, professional service, and training of future research scientists and public health professionals in various environmental and occupational health settings. Our diverse, multidisciplinary faculty conduct laboratory and field based multidisciplinary research in environmental toxicology, risk assessment, environmental and occupational epidemiology, vector-borne disease, global environmental health and other topics of public health importance in the U.S., and other parts of the world. The department, equipped with 11 faculty and currently offers BSPH, MPH, and PhD degrees in environmental health with a new M.S. in environmental and occupational health.

Responsibilities: Conduct research and engage with other faculty in collaborative teaching and community engagement efforts related to the school's priority areas.

Qualifications: Candidates must hold a doctoral degree from an accredited educational institution. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarly achievement appropriate for career level, including extramurally funded research, current funding or strong potential to secure external funding, the ability to collaborate across disciplines, and a positive team spirit.

Application Procedure: Please provide a curriculum vitae, and cover letter specifying preferred department home, including a summary of research and teaching interests. Additionally, please provide a list of six (6) references for senior level positions requesting tenure; three (3) references for tenure-track positions. Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com. Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to malockha@indiana.edu or via postal mail at SPH-B Search & Screen Committee, School Public Health-Bloomington, Indiana University, 1025 East 7th Street, Room 115A, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801. Questions regarding the positions may be directed to Shawn Gibbs, Executive Associate Dean, gibbss@indiana.edu or David B. Allison, Dean, allison@iu.edu.

Multiple Tenure/Tenure-Track Positions Fall 2019 - Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Join a dynamic campus community buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its Bicentennial celebrations in 2020. Located on the Flagship Campus of the Indiana University System, IU School of Public Health-Bloomington has over 170 faculty in five departments ( http://www.publichealth.indiana.edu/). Indiana University is classified as an R1-Highest Research Activity university, is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), and boasts numerous resources. IU School of Public Health-Bloomington combines aspects of a traditional university campus with a strong teaching focus and the research infrastructure of a research-intensive institution.

The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington (SPH-B) invites applications for multiple tenure/tenure-track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor positions by individuals who would contribute multidisciplinary perspectives, conceptual and methodological diversity, and research leadership and mentoring to the school's efforts. This is part of a school wide expansion to add an additional 9-20 faculty members across all 5 departments. School priority areas include, but are not limited to: addictions around opioids, nutrition and obesity, infectious disease epidemiology, vector-borne disease, sexual and reproductive health, network science around personalized medicine, rural health, and health disparities. For exceptional pre-tenured faculty candidates with a research focus area on children, preferably physical activity in children, there exists the potential of awarding the endowed Gallahue Family Professorship. The endowed Gallahue Family Professorship is awarded for a five-year term and includes funds to support the awardee's research endeavors. Senior level applicants with a research team are highly encouraged to apply, as cluster hires are possible. Women scholars, scholars with disabilities, and scholars from traditionally underrepresented minority groups are encouraged to apply. Each of the faculty hired will have tenure homes in a department within SPH-B; links to specific departmental websites are noted below. The anticipated hire date for these appointments is August 1, 2019 although this is negotiable with the ability to start earlier. Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2018 and continue until the positions are filled.

The Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics is committed to broadening our understanding of the determinants of health outcomes and to providing statistical and methodological expertise on topics in human health. These two fields of study are the cornerstone of public health research and practice. Our faculty conduct research on a broad range of health outcomes and exposures and are seeking candidates with backgrounds that will complement our existing expertise in nutrition, genetic epidemiology, statistical genetics, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, health disparities, vector-borne disease, and infectious disease epidemiology. Our department currently offers BSPH, MPH, and PhD degrees in epidemiology and an MPH degree in biostatistics. Successful candidates will provide evidence of the potential to secure extramural grants, conduct research, write for peer-reviewed publications, and teach undergraduate and graduate classes in the candidate's' area of expertise.

Responsibilities: Conduct research and engage with other faculty in collaborative teaching and community engagement efforts related to the school's priority areas.

Qualifications: Candidates must hold a doctoral degree from an accredited educational institution. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarly achievement appropriate for career level, including extramurally funded research, current funding or strong potential to secure external funding, the ability to collaborate across disciplines, and a positive team spirit.

Application Procedure: Please provide a curriculum vitae, and cover letter specifying preferred department home, including a summary of research and teaching interests. Additionally, please provide a list of six (6) references for senior level positions requesting tenure; three (3) references for tenure-track positions. Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com. Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to malockha@indiana.edu or via postal mail at SPH-B Search & Screen Committee, School Public Health-Bloomington, Indiana University, 1025 East 7th Street, Room 115A, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801. Questions regarding the positions may be directed to Shawn Gibbs, Executive Associate Dean, gibbss@indiana.edu or David B. Allison, Dean, allison@iu.edu.

Multiple Tenure/Tenure-Track Positions Fall 2019 - Kinesiology

Join a dynamic campus community buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its Bicentennial celebrations in 2020. Located on the Flagship Campus of the Indiana University System, IU School of Public Health-Bloomington has over 170 faculty in five departments ( http://www.publichealth.indiana.edu/). Indiana University is classified as an R1-Highest Research Activity university, is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), and boasts numerous resources. IU School of Public Health-Bloomington combines aspects of a traditional university campus with a strong teaching focus and the research infrastructure of a research-intensive institution.

The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington (SPH-B) invites applications for multiple tenure/tenure-track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor positions by individuals who would contribute multidisciplinary perspectives, conceptual and methodological diversity, and research leadership and mentoring to the school's efforts. This is part of a school wide expansion to add an additional 9-20 faculty members across all 5 departments. School priority areas include, but are not limited to: addictions around opioids, nutrition and obesity, infectious disease epidemiology, vector-borne disease, sexual and reproductive health, network science around personalized medicine, rural health, and health disparities. For exceptional pre-tenured faculty candidates with a research focus area on children, preferably physical activity in children, there exists the potential of awarding the endowed Gallahue Family Professorship. The endowed Gallahue Family Professorship is awarded for a five-year term and includes funds to support the awardee's research endeavors. Senior level applicants with a research team are highly encouraged to apply, as cluster hires are possible. Women scholars, scholars with disabilities, and scholars from traditionally underrepresented minority groups are encouraged to apply. Each of the faculty hired will have tenure homes in a department within SPH-B; links to specific departmental websites are noted below. The anticipated hire date for these appointments is August 1, 2019 although this is negotiable with the ability to start earlier. Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2018 and continue until the positions are filled.

The Department of Kinesiology is committed to advancing public health through the study of movement throughout the lifespan. According to the American Kinesiology Association and the publication Inside Higher Education, Kinesiology is one of the fastest-growing areas of study in the country. Home to over 1200 undergraduate majors, Kinesiology offers degrees in Exercise Science, Sports Marketing and Management, Athletic Training, and a BS in Public Health- Fitness and Wellness. The department also offers an MPH in Physical Activity, an MS in Kinesiology and a PhD in Human Performance.

Responsibilities: Conduct research and engage with other faculty in collaborative teaching and community engagement efforts related to the school's priority areas.

Qualifications: Candidates must hold a doctoral degree from an accredited educational institution. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarly achievement appropriate for career level, including extramurally funded research, current funding or strong potential to secure external funding, the ability to collaborate across disciplines, and a positive team spirit.

Application Procedure: Please provide a curriculum vitae, and cover letter specifying preferred department home, including a summary of research and teaching interests. Additionally, please provide a list of six (6) references for senior level positions requesting tenure; three (3) references for tenure-track positions. Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com. Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to malockha@indiana.edu or via postal mail at SPH-B Search & Screen Committee, School Public Health-Bloomington, Indiana University, 1025 East 7th Street, Room 115A, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801. Questions regarding the positions may be directed to Shawn Gibbs, Executive Associate Dean, gibbss@indiana.edu or David B. Allison, Dean, allison@iu.edu.

Multiple Tenure/Tenure-Track Positions Fall 2019 - Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies

Join a dynamic campus community buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its Bicentennial celebrations in 2020. Located on the Flagship Campus of the Indiana University System, IU School of Public Health-Bloomington has over 170 faculty in five departments ( http://www.publichealth.indiana.edu/). Indiana University is classified as an R1-Highest Research Activity university, is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), and boasts numerous resources. IU School of Public Health-Bloomington combines aspects of a traditional university campus with a strong teaching focus and the research infrastructure of a research-intensive institution.

The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington (SPH-B) invites applications for multiple tenure/tenure-track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor positions by individuals who would contribute multidisciplinary perspectives, conceptual and methodological diversity, and research leadership and mentoring to the school's efforts. This is part of a school wide expansion to add an additional 9-20 faculty members across all 5 departments. School priority areas include, but are not limited to: addictions around opioids, nutrition and obesity, infectious disease epidemiology, vector-borne disease, sexual and reproductive health, network science around personalized medicine, rural health, and health disparities. For exceptional pre-tenured faculty candidates with a research focus area on children, preferably physical activity in children, there exists the potential of awarding the endowed Gallahue Family Professorship. The endowed Gallahue Family Professorship is awarded for a five-year term and includes funds to support the awardee's research endeavors. Senior level applicants with a research team are highly encouraged to apply, as cluster hires are possible. Women scholars, scholars with disabilities, and scholars from traditionally underrepresented minority groups are encouraged to apply. Each of the faculty hired will have tenure homes in a department within SPH-B; links to specific departmental websites are noted below. The anticipated hire date for these appointments is August 1, 2019 although this is negotiable with the ability to start earlier. Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2018 and continue until the positions are filled.

The Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies was founded on July 1, 1946 and has been a stalwart contributor to the development of research, teaching, and service in recreation and leisure behavior toward the promotion of health. Through its areas of specialization in Public, Nonprofit, and Community Recreation; Recreational Therapy; Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management; and Outdoor Recreation, Parks, and Human Ecology, the Department works closely with community-based organizations and local, state and national agencies in cooperative research, education, and internship opportunities. Another multidisciplinary area of opportunity exists within vector-borne disease. The Department offers a variety of course offerings at the undergraduate level, both online and campus Master degree programs, and a long-standing PhD program. The Department has a variety of external research and service activities and initiatives, including the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands, the National Center on Accessibility, and the IU Campus Farm.

Responsibilities: Conduct research and engage with other faculty in collaborative teaching and community engagement efforts related to the school's priority areas.

Qualifications: Candidates must hold a doctoral degree from an accredited educational institution. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarly achievement appropriate for career level, including extramurally funded research, current funding or strong potential to secure external funding, the ability to collaborate across disciplines, and a positive team spirit.

Application Procedure: Please provide a curriculum vitae, and cover letter specifying preferred department home, including a summary of research and teaching interests. Additionally, please provide a list of six (6) references for senior level positions requesting tenure; three (3) references for tenure-track positions. Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com. Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to malockha@indiana.edu or via postal mail at SPH-B Search & Screen Committee, School Public Health-Bloomington, Indiana University, 1025 East 7th Street, Room 115A, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801. Questions regarding the positions may be directed to Shawn Gibbs, Executive Associate Dean, gibbss@indiana.edu or David B. Allison, Dean, allison@iu.edu.

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position, Fall 2019 –Vector– Borne Disease

Join a dynamic campus community buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its Bicentennial celebrations in 2020. Located on the Flagship Campus of the Indiana University System, IU School of Public Health-Bloomington has over 170 faculty in five departments ( http://www.publichealth.indiana.edu/). Indiana University is classified as an R1-Highest Research Activity university, is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), and boasts numerous resources. IU School of Public Health-Bloomington combines aspects of a traditional university campus with a strong teaching focus and the research infrastructure of a research-intensive institution.

The Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the School of Public Health, Indiana University Bloomington (IUB) invites applications for an ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, tenure-track position in the area of Vector-Borne Disease. This position is part of a multi-million dollar 'Prepared for Environmental Change’ (PfEC) initiative ( https://grandchallenges.iu.edu/environmental-change/index.html ), one of Indiana University’s interdisciplinary Grand Challenges formed to tackle major problems facing Indiana, the nation, and the world. We seek a colleague with expertise in the study of vector-borne disease, using a diverse toolkit that could include mathematical modelling, spatial analysis, laboratory-based studies and field sampling on topics of public health importance. Relevant research foci include vector biology, vector-borne disease dynamics, arboviruses, zoonotic diseases and disease ecology, with an emphasis on disease of significance to Indiana, the larger U.S. and globally.  The successful candidate will join a larger group of scientists in the School of Public Health, the Department of Biology, the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, and the School of Medicine. The PfEC initiative offers diverse opportunities and internal funding for collaboration with colleagues across the sciences, social sciences, and humanities at IUB and affiliated campuses.

Applicants must hold a PhD with relevant postdoctoral and/or faculty experience. Ideal candidates will have demonstrated potential for establishing an outstanding, externally funded research program, a strong record of research accomplishments, and genuine interest and capacity to teach both at the undergraduate and graduate level. Women scholars, scholars with disabilities, and scholars from traditionally underrepresented minority groups are encouraged to apply. The faculty member hired will have tenure home in a department within SPH-B; links to specific departmental websites are noted below.  The anticipated hire date for these appointments is August 1, 2019 although this is negotiable with the ability to start earlier. Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2018 and continue until the positions are filled.

Responsibilities: Conduct research and engage with other faculty in collaborative teaching and community engagement efforts related to the school's priority areas.

Qualifications: Candidates must hold a doctoral degree from an accredited educational institution. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarly achievement appropriate for career level, including extramurally funded research, current funding or strong potential to secure external funding, the ability to collaborate across disciplines, and a positive team spirit.

Application Procedure: Please provide a curriculum vitae, and cover letter specifying preferred department home, including a summary of research and teaching interests. Additionally, please provide a list of six (6) references for senior level positions requesting tenure; three (3) references for tenure-track positions. Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com. Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to malockha@indiana.edu or via postal mail at SPH-B Search & Screen Committee, School Public Health-Bloomington, Indiana University, 1025 East 7th Street, Room 115A, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801. Questions regarding the positions may be directed to Shawn Gibbs, Executive Associate Dean, gibbss@indiana.edu or David B. Allison, Dean, allison@iu.edu.

Tenure/Tenure Track Position Fall 2019

Join a dynamic campus community buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its Bicentennial celebrations in 2020. Located on the Flagship Campus of the Indiana University System, IU School of Public Health‐Bloomington has over 170 faculty in five departments ( http://www.publichealth.indiana.edu/). Indiana University is classified as an R1-Highest Research Activity university, is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), and boasts numerous resources. IU School of Public Health-Bloomington fosters a welcoming and inclusive environment and the city of Bloomington offers the feel of a college town with the amenities of a large city. IU School of Public Health‐Bloomington combines aspects of a traditional university campus with a strong teaching focus and the research infrastructure of a research intensive institution. While faculty are expected and incentivized to secure extramural funding, faculty salaries are not dependent upon grant dollars.

The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington announces a tenure-track, 10-month Assistant/Associate Professor position in the Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies beginning as early as Fall 2019.

Primary Responsibilities: Engage in a focused line of scholarly inquiry related to the linkages of recreation, parks, tourism or leisure behavior to human health and well-being. Seek and secure extramural funding for research. Provide high quality instruction in graduate program, departmental core classes, and major courses as assigned. Recruitment and mentoring of graduate students. Provide service to the department, institution and profession. This focus on leisure and health may include, but is not limited to: The relationship of leisure behavior to health, active living, policy and systems analysis, human/environment interactions, local economic development and/or impact, targeted populations, etc. Advancement of interdisciplinary research across the IU campus, and in a global context. Candidates should focus on recreation therapy as it relates to the broader conception of recreation, parks, or tourism with a relationship to public health and health well-being. This may include, but is not limited to: The relationship of treatment for healthy lifestyles, leisure coping, trauma, mental health, stigma, chronic disease prevention, health disparities and disability, social determinants of health, and the study of addictions.

Qualifications: Doctoral degree required with at least one degree in recreation, park, or tourism studies, leisure behavior or closely related discipline. Professional level certification (CTRS®) by the National Council on Therapeutic Recreation Certification is required. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarly achievement appropriate for career level, including extramurally funded research, current funding or strong potential to secure external funding, the ability to collaborate across disciplines, and a positive team spirit.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Application Deadline: Open until filled with review applications beginning September 28, 2018.

Applications should include: Letter of application, curriculum vitae, and a list of three (3) references with names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers (six references required for Associate level positions). Please include a statement of research and teaching background.

Application: Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to dlsuter@indiana.edu or via postal mail at Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies, Deanna Suter c/o Search Committee, 1025 E. Seventh Street, Room 133, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801

Tenure Track Position Fall 2019

Join a dynamic campus community buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its Bicentennial celebrations in 2020. Located on the Flagship Campus of the Indiana University System, IU School of Public Health‐Bloomington has over 170 faculty in five departments ( http://www.publichealth.indiana.edu/). Indiana University is classified as an R1-Highest Research Activity university, is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), and boasts numerous resources. IU School of Public Health-Bloomington fosters a welcoming and inclusive environment and the city of Bloomington offers the feel of a college town with the amenities of a large city. IU School of Public Health‐Bloomington combines aspects of a traditional university campus with a strong teaching focus and the research infrastructure of a research intensive institution. While faculty are expected and incentivized to secure extramural funding, faculty salaries are not dependent upon grant dollars.

The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington announces a tenure-track, 10-month Assistant/Associate Professor position in the Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies beginning Fall 2019.

Primary Responsibilities: Engage in a focused line of scholarly inquiry related to the linkages of tourism, hospitality and events to human health and well-being. Seek and secure extramural funding for research. Provide high quality instruction in undergraduate and graduate courses. Recruitment and mentoring of graduate students. Provide service to the department, institution, and professions. Advancement of interdisciplinary research across the IU campus, and in a global context. The focus on tourism, hospitality, events and their intersections with public health that may include, but is not limited to such specific areas of the relationship of travel behavior to health, the role of travel and tourism in quality of life, the role of tourism in poverty alleviations, dining behavior and obesity prevention, event safety and crisis management, health disparity and disability in tourism, hospitality and events, travel and hospitality services for the aging population, as well as broader tourism areas of research as related to health including, international tourism, sustainable tourism, eco-tourism, and medical tourism.

Qualifications: Doctoral degree required. The combination of disciplines in which degrees have been earned and scholarly achievements should demonstrate the ability to work at the interface of tourism, hospitality and events to human health and well-being. Evidence of quality teaching and mentoring master and doctoral students to successful completion. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarly achievement appropriate for career level, including extramurally funded research, current funding, or strong potential to secure external funding, the ability to collaborate across disciplines, and a positive team spirit.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Application Deadline: Open until filled with review applications beginning October 1, 2018.

Applications should include: Letter of application, curriculum vitae, and a list of three (3) references with names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers (six references required for Associate level positions). Please include a statement of research and teaching background.

Application: Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to dlsuter@indiana.edu or via postal mail at Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies, Deanna Suter c/o Search Committee, 1025 E. Seventh Street, Room 133, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801

Non Tenure Track Position Fall 2019

Join a dynamic campus community buzzing with excitement as it prepares for its Bicentennial celebrations in 2020. Located on the Flagship Campus of the Indiana University System, IU School of Public Health‐Bloomington has over 170 faculty in five departments ( http://www.publichealth.indiana.edu/). Indiana University is classified as an R1-Highest Research Activity university, is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), and boasts numerous resources. IU School of Public Health-Bloomington fosters a welcoming and inclusive environment and the city of Bloomington offers the feel of a college town with the amenities of a large city. IU School of Public Health‐Bloomington combines aspects of a traditional university campus with a strong teaching focus and the research infrastructure of a research intensive institution. While faculty are expected and incentivized to secure extramural funding, faculty salaries are not dependent upon grant dollars.

The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington announces a non tenure-track, 10-month Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor position in the Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies beginning Fall 2019.

Primary Responsibilities: Engage in a focused line of scholarly inquiry related to the linkages of recreation, parks, tourism or leisure behavior to human health and well-being alongside the engagement with a range of community partners (clinical and programmatic settings). The position will be responsible for the field experiences and internships associated with guidelines set by the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification at the undergraduate and graduate level. This certification is infused within throughout the curriculum, program and instructional materials development, course and program assessment, administration of clinical education components, and the advising of students. This includes supervision of clinical lab experiences associated with undergraduate and graduate courses. Service responsibilities include advising current and prospective students; participating in student recruitment efforts; assisting in the processing of student applications for admission to the programs; serving on department, division, campus, and university committees; providing input into program mission, goals, program development, and participating in professional organizations and formal/informal learning activities. Additionally, the position is responsible for high quality instruction in graduate program (online and on campus), departmental core classes, and majors courses as assigned. Recruitment and mentoring of graduate students. There is an expectation for additional service to the department, institution and profession. This focus on leisure and health may include, but is not limited to: The relationship of leisure behavior to health, active living, policy and systems analysis, human/environment interactions, local economic development and/or impact, targeted populations, etc. Advancement of interdisciplinary research and engagement across the IU campus, and in a global context.

Qualifications: Doctoral degree required with at least one degree in recreation, park, or tourism studies, leisure behavior or closely related discipline. Professional level certification (CTRS®) by the National Council on Therapeutic Recreation Certification is required. Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarly achievement appropriate for career level, including extramurally funded research, current funding or strong potential to secure external funding, the ability to collaborate across disciplines, and a positive team spirit.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Application Deadline: Open until filled with review applications beginning September 1, 2018.

Applications should include: Letter of application, curriculum vitae, and a list of three (3) references with names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers (six references required for Associate level positions). Please include a statement of research and teaching background.

Application: Interested candidates should submit applications at: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com Questions pertaining to the PeopleAdmin application procedure may be directed to dlsuter@indiana.edu or via postal mail at Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies, Deanna Suter c/o Search Committee, 1025 E. Seventh Street, Room 133, Bloomington, IN 47405-4801


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