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University of Arizona Global Campus Lead Faculty - BS Health Information Management Program in Chandler, Arizona

Position Summary:

At The University of Arizona Global Campus, Lead Faculty is a discipline expert who provides a positive learning environment in a specific academic program, emphasis, and/or discipline to facilitate and support student success within the College of Arts and Sciences. Core Faculty are committed to high quality teaching and learning through ongoing evaluation and continuous improvement.

Essential Job Duties/Position Summary : :

At UAGC, the Lead Faculty is a faculty member who has demonstrated competence in the discipline with a combination of vision, leadership, and sound administrative practices to support an academic area of discipline within the College of Arts and Science. Lead Faculty ensure state of the art world-class teaching and learning through their primary responsibilities of teaching, leadership, and service.

Essential Job Duties:

Teaching

A Lead Faculty should demonstrate exemplary teaching in their discipline. Teaching includes content delivery, student mentoring and assessment of student learning. All Lead Faculty will carry a teaching load requirement, determined annually. Additionally, lead faculty are responsible for:

  • Demonstrating awareness of and responding to the diverse needs of all students

  • Displaying a thorough knowledge of both the curriculum and the subject matter

  • Facilitating instructional materials and providing guidance and feedback to all students

  • Setting high expectations for student achievement and behavior

  • Evaluating student performance via established rubrics and policies

  • Responding to student emails and inquiries in a timely manner

  • Addressing plagiarism concerns according to university policy

  • Collaborating with student-facing institutional personnel to enhance the student experience

Discipline Leadership

  • Implement retention, persistence, graduation, and student success initiatives

  • Lead and support program and emphasis development activities, course development, and assessment

  • Lead faculty communities of practice and oversee faculty online community spaces

  • Support College leadership in evaluation of teaching efficacy within college and intervening as needed

  • Lead faculty meetings and represent college in University meetings and forums

Service

Service responsibilities are expected of all full-time faculty.

  • Lead or contribute to a university-wide or college committees

  • Collaborate with college or university teams to develop and implement new initiatives

  • Contribute to student success through regular interaction with student enrollment and academic advisors

  • Provide support for accreditation and licensure efforts to ensure courses meets career and discipline goals

  • Collaborate with other university departments to ensure a positive experience for all university students

  • Assist with program review (gathering data, writing reports, creating action plans for enhancement)

  • Engage in community development activities involving disciplinary expertise

Professional Development and Scholarship

  • Engage in faculty scholarship and development activities related to the university‚Äôs primary focus as a teaching institution, which may include discovery, integration, application, and/or teaching

  • Develop/support faculty forums and other professional development activities within the college

  • Participate in external discipline specific conferences and professional communities

  • Enhance teaching effectiveness skills by attending seminars, webinars, workshops, and classes through both internal and external programming

Other Duties

  • Participate in meetings (on site and virtual) as directed

  • Maintain regular work hours coordinated with supervisor

  • Perform other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications

  • Ph.D. or Doctoral degree in Health Science, Public Health, or related field 5+ years of faculty experience including curriculum development, revision, and accreditation mapping

  • Credentialed as a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA).

  • Work experience as an RHIA or RHIT for a minimum of five years.

  • Minimum 5 to 7 years of recent experience in Health Information Management.

  • Advanced computer skills working with databases, registries, implementation of health systems.

  • 5+ years leading, directing, or managing a CAHIIM accredited Health Information Management Program in an accredited university or college setting.

  • 5+ years of managing, directing and leading employees.

  • Exceptional and advance skills with Microsoft office tools: Word, Excel and PowerPoint

  • Advanced Skills with Zoom Video

Preferred Qualifications

  • 3+ years of faculty experience including curriculum development, revision, and accreditation mapping

  • Strong knowledge and experience of CAHIIM accreditation standards.

  • Activities include but are not limited to designing, maintaining a curriculum that meets programmatic accreditation criteria, defining program requirements, policies, and metrics for success, and maintaining CAHIIM accreditation standards.

  • Experience using the Learning Management System (CANVAS)

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