UW School of Public Health hiring senior lecturer

The University of Washington School of Public Health is looking for a part-time Health Policy Senior Lecturer for the fall.


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The position is non-tenured and would be a one-year-long position. The classes this lecturer would be expected to teach include Health Policy and U.S. Healthcare to graduate students in both the on-campus and online Master of Public Health programs. There may also be opportunities to teach in the PhD program in Public Health and the Master of Health Administration program, as well. 

In addition to advising and mentoring students and professionals in the program, the lecturer would support the work of a new research and policy center at UW, the Center for Health Innovation and Policy Science. This center develops health policy and health systems evaluation and training.

The right person for the job would have a masters degree, PhD or equivalent degree in health policy or a related field, as well as experience in policy evaluation and development. Candidates with experience working with legislative, agency and community stakeholders in health policy will get extra consideration. Applications are especially sought from those who have experience evaluating health policy on the ground level, as it applies to government agencies, local communities and payers of health care costs. Those who have teaching experience and who show experience or potential in mentoring and outreach will also be considered.