May 31, 2019
The Johns Hopkins University Master of Education in the Health Professions (MEHP) program invites applications and nominations for an open-rank (non-tenured) clinical faculty position (clinical indicates an emphasis on teaching). This position is in the School of Education which ranks among the nation’s finest graduate education programs according to the latest ranking from U.S. News and World Report.
The MEHP Program is an interprofessional partnership among the Schools of Education, Medicine, Nursing, the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the Carey Business School focused on the transformation of health professions education globally. The program includes a Master’s in Health Professions Education (MEHP) and a Certificate in Evidence Based Teaching). Applicants can view the MEHP program website at http://education.jhu.edu/mehp
The successful candidates will develop and teach online graduate courses, admit and advise students, share responsibility for program administration, provide program leadership and development, engage in research and scholarship, and engage in professional service at the school, university, national, and/or international levels. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to scholarly endeavors to advance the global discourse on research of interprofessional health professions education.
The successful candidate will have a doctorate related to health professions education, education, a health profession (i.e., PhD, EdD, MD, DNP, DrPH, and DPT), or a related field and demonstrated education experience related to health professions education or adult learning/development.
The preferred candidate for this position will have a breadth of educational experience related to the teaching of curriculum development, evidence-supported teaching, instructional strategies, assessment, learning/development theory, faculty development, educational scholarship, and/or educational leadership at the graduate level preferably in health professions education and/or adult development and learning. Candidates should specify their scholarly expertise, their teaching experience, and awards and honors.
Candidates should have a record of demonstrated experience in interprofessional collaboration, interprofessional education, student advisement, student support, scholarship, administration, leadership, research, and/or community building. The candidate’s office will be located in the School of Education in Baltimore.
The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to the development, support, and advancement of health professions education and especially the MEHP community - its students, its faculty, its alumni, its stakeholders, and its impact. The candidate will be pursuing an academic career in Health Professions Education with broad interests and skills within health professions education. Special consideration will be given to extensive experience in the discipline of educational research methods. The candidate will have demonstrated scholarship with a preferred track record of securing funds commensurate with experience.
See attached document for further information and application details.