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Objective: Seek the Position of Teacher - Public Health
SUMMARY: Profoundly gifted, creative and resourceful Public Health Teacher with more than six years experience teaching public health and related subjects on postgraduate, undergraduate and professional courses throughout the Faculty with special focus on the Masters in Public Health awards.
Summary of Qualifications
Great experience of teaching in higher education.
Passion and commitment to scholarship, learning and teaching.
Huge postgraduate level teaching experience of Public Health.
Remarkable experience of promoting and recruiting students to PG and CPD courses.
Exceptional ability to communicate clearly.
Profound ability to work independently.
Immense experience of conducting research.
Strong experience working in an area related to Public Health.
Strong experience of on-line VLE teaching (e.g. Blackboard).
Remarkable ability to work as a member of a team.
Exceptional knowledge of health related policy and initiatives.
Minneapolis State University, Minneapolis 2002 - Present
Public Health Lecturer
Teach and examine students in the areas of knowledge implied by the lecturer's qualifications and experience.
Devise and deliver courses of study as determined by course committees and Line Manager.
Provide various forms of consultancy and other services to external clients.
Maintain and develop areas of expertise including participation in practice activity under the general guidance of the Line Manager.
Contribute to the maintenance of good working relationships with partner agencies through liaison and participation in service planning and other working groups.
Participate with other academic and practice staff in the development of alternative teaching and learning strategies.
Exercise a high standard of scholarship, to develop/maintain a personal research portfolio in public health and contribute to the Centre for Sport and Exercise Research (CSER).
Disseminate the results of scholarship and research through publication and participation in relevant conferences.
Assist with the induction of new members of staff.
Discharge reasonable responsibilities with regards to the supervision of staff, and the operational management of courses including course leadership, at the discretion of the Program Area Manager.
Participate in University wide activities as required through membership of committees, working groups and other reasonable activities.
Rainbow County Social Service Department, Minneapolis 2000 - 2002
Community Support Worker
Assessed consumers' mental health status, strengths and needs and developed a treatment plan in collaboration with consumer.
Participated in intake and triage functions.
Liaised with consumer's family and other members of the treatment team (i.e. doctors) to develop an effective support system for the consumer.
Monitored and supported consumer through periods of crisis and linked client with appropriate community resources.
Helped client set and achieve meaningful goals in the areas of medication, education, daily living skills, substance use, relationships, productivity and leisure.
Identified individuals in the community who were at risk (i.e. homeless) and linked them with appropriate community services and resources.
Provided consultation and education to service providers in the community.
Linked consumers to appropriate resources including, but not exclusive to: housing, education, work and social and recreational activities.
Developed a close working contact with community and institutional services that were likely to be utilized by the consumer population.
Assumed responsibility for the workload assigned, working independently and co-operatively with the team.
Provided proactive outreach to special populations, such as the homeless, at community locations that facilitated this interaction.
Participated in education of students assigned to the Health Department for fieldwork practice and observation.
Interpreted and promoted mental health services to consumers, family members, physicians, service providers and other health professionals and the general public.
Acted as an advocate for mental health issues in the Niagara Region.
Monitored Medications prescribed by physicians for therapeutic benefit and side effects.
Maintained records, reports and statistics necessary for program functioning and evaluation.
PhD Public Health University of New York (2002)
Masters Degree in Public Health University of New York (2000)
Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Health University of New York (1997)