Minimum Requirements: A Ph.D. in Emergency Management or closely related discipline such as Sociology, Public Health, Anthropology, Political Science, Community and Regional Planning, Geography, or other associated disciplines.
• Demonstrated commitment to teaching and research.
• Demonstrated ability to interact collegially and collaborate effectively with a diversity of colleagues and students.
• Effective written and oral communication skills.
• Ability to teach one or more of the disaster phases (mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery in a classroom format).
• Ability to assist in coordinating internships for MPH students in the Disaster and Emergency Preparedness track. Preferred Requirements: Evidence of effective teaching
• Evidence of recent research productivity
• Evidence of ability to obtain external funding.
• Ability to teach environmental health online and two or more of the following classroom courses: Introduction to Emergency Management, International Disasters, Spatial Analysis (GIS), Emergency Management Capstone, Business Continuity, Voluntary Agency Disaster Services, Vulnerability and Functional Needs in Emergency Management, Hazard, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessments, International Emergency Management, Emergency Management Theory, and Research Methodology.
The Department of Emergency Management at North Dakota State University is accepting applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor position to teach in the Emergency Management undergraduate and graduate programs as well as the Disaster and Emergency Preparedness Track in the new Master's of Public Health (MPH) program.
Daniel J. Klenow, Ph.D. Chair, Search Committee