Teach community health education courses, including nutrition related courses; work closely with other faculty to develop new curriculum and the Community Health Education program; and participate in departmental, professional unit, and university activities. Responsibilities may include teaching online as well as face-to-face. The successful candidate is expected to teach effectively, advise a diverse student population; undertake a regular research program or other discipline-related scholarly activity involving students as appropriate; making professional and university service contributions; advancing community health at Mansfield University; and demonstrating excellence in teaching, continuing scholarly growth, and service to the university are required for tenure and promotion.
Master's degree in Community Health, Nutrition, or other closely related field from a regionally accredited (or foreign equivalent) institution; prior classroom and online college or university teaching experience; and recent work experience in community health education and nutrition. Completion of a successful campus interview which will include a demonstration of teaching skills using technology is required.