Tenure Track Assistant Professor - Health Policy and Law
The Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor in the area of health policy and law. The school seeks a scholar with a background in health administration, health law or health policy who is comfortable working in a highly interdisciplinary environment. This individual will also act as the director of the Master of Health Administration (MHA) program, providing academic direction and guidance.
The online MHA graduate program is administered through the school’s University of Regina campus, in co-operation with the University of Saskatchewan’s School of Public Health and is an innovate online graduate degree program aimed at health managers, clinicians and other professionals working in Canada and abroad.
The successful candidate must have a PhD or terminal degree in a related discipline. University-level teaching is an asset. Experience with government or health care sectors is preferred. Some experience with managing an academic or executive training program would also be an asset. A record of publications is highly desirable. The ability and the desire to meaningfully supervise graduate students is critical. Download the full posting.
Cisco Chair in e-Governance
The Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS) invites applications for a newly established research chair in e-Governance, to be located at its University of Regina campus. The school seeks a leading scholar with an international reputation and who will thrive in a highly interdisciplinary environment.
The primary work of the chair will be to develop an ambitious research program that will examine how governments can more effectively communicate with citizens, businesses and other governments through enhanced use of technologies such as video, information sharing and online collaboration. Possible research areas may include exploring and developing best practices in sharing information, promoting services, recruiting and retaining employees, conducting surveys, engaging the public, ‘virtual government’, collaborating internally, social media and creating new strategic partnerships. The chair will develop collaborations with colleagues in the school and with those at other institutions throughout Canada and abroad. The chair is expected to recruit, teach and mentor graduate students. Download full posting for more information.