Summary Description: The Department of Health Policy and Management of Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health seeks applicants for a faculty position, rank and tenure options commensurate with experience beginning 09/01/2017. We seek scholars with a doctoral degree in teaching strategic management, including strategy formulation and implementation, for healthcare organizations, focusing on the delivery of healthcare services, healthcare systems, healthcare providers, or the healthcare insurance industry who will be able to conduct research in healthcare strategic management and teach master degree courses in healthcare strategic management. Preference will be given to applicants in the area of health services research, organizational studies (broadly defined), sociology, and public administration.
Minimum Qualifications: Non-tenure: The department focuses on teaching, research and professional experience in health policy and management. Tenure: The department requires a strong teaching, research and publication record in addition to the ability to secure independent funding.
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