Faculty & Staff Recruitment

Adjunct Faculty Recruitment


JCPH graduate programs are offered in three modalities: online, onsite, and hybrid.  The online programs are 100% asynchronous.   

All faculty teaching in JCPH online graduate programs must have extensive experience applying the concepts of his/her field in order to provide illustrative examples, answer detailed questions, and offer expert insight to an already well-educated student body.  

To qualify for adjunct faculty status, candidates should possess at least a master’s degree (doctoral degree preferred), have instructional experience (including executive education, professional development, and continuing education), and have experience and interest in teaching at the graduate level.  Rank will be commensurate with experience.


Courses are designed so that students spend approximately 12-15 hours per week reading assigned materials, viewing recorded lectures, engaging in online discussions, and completing assignments for each course.

Courses that are 100% online are held over 7-week terms. Adjunct faculty spend approximately 12-15 hours per week engaging with students in online discussions, answering questions, and grading assignments (more time may be needed to grade larger assignments). 

Courses in the public health program are taught in person over 12-week terms. Adjunct faculty spend approximately 8-12 hours per week preparing, teaching, and grading.  

The doctoral programs are hybrid (a combination of online and in-person instruction).  

Prospective Adjunct Faculty for Online Programs 

Prospective candidates interested in teaching online are required to attend an informational webinar prior to submitting an application. Those interested in moving forward will be engaged in an on-boarding process that includes training on the Canvas learning management system and course authoring tools, shadowing existing faculty, and ongoing instructional support. We are seeking adjunct faculty with the following expertise:

Expertise Areas

  • Advanced Methods in Outcomes Research
  • Analytics Leadership & Administration
  • Applied Regression
  • Database Management/Data Wrangling
  • Data Visualization 
  • Economic Modeling & Simulation in Healthcare
  • Health Economics
  • Health Law & Regulatory Issues (US & Int’l)
  • Healthcare Finance & Reimbursement (US & Int’l)
  • Healthcare Organization & Delivery (US & Int’l)
  • Implementation Science
  • Introductory Statistics & Data Analysis
  • Measuring Subjective Outcomes in Health Research
  • Organization Development & Change in Healthcare
  • Predictive Modeling
  • R Programming 

For more information and questions, please contact:
Juan Leon, PhD
Director, Online Learning
Assistant Provost for Faculty Development, Online Education & Assessment

Prospective Adjunct Faculty for Onsite Public Health Program

JCPH is recruiting adjunct faculty to teach in its Master of Public Health Program. Courses in the public health program are held in person over 12 weeks. The program seeks professionals with varied backgrounds, expertise, and life experiences. 

Expertise Areas

  • Environmental Health 
  • GIS Mapping 
  • Global Health 
  • US Healthcare System 

If you have any questions about opportunities and application process, please contact: 

Rosemary (Rosie) Frasso, PhD, MSc, CPH
Program Director, Master of Public Health 

Katherine Puskarz, MPH 
Assistant Program Director, Master of Public Health 

Prospective Adjunct Faculty for Doctoral Programs

DHSc Program

This applied practice doctoral program is for mid-career professionals seeking advanced training in population health. The program seeks seasoned practitioners from all sectors of healthcare, and those with experience in implementation and evaluation. 

Expertise Areas

  • Implementation Science 
  • Statistics 
  • Qualitative Research Methods 

If you have questions about opportunities and application process, please contact:

Alexis Skoufalos, EdD
Program Director, DHSc in Population Health

PhD Program

This PhD program is designed to provide students with the tools to rigorously analyze and research the determinants of health, interventions, and health policies and systems that improve the health and quality of life of populations. Prospective faculty should have the experience with research in the public, private, or academic setting. 

Expertise Areas

  • Applied Statistics 
  • Multilevel Modeling 
  • Quantitative Research Methods and Design
  • Patient-Centered Outcomes 

If you have questions about opportunities and application process, please contact: 

Richard Hass, PhD
Program Director, PhD In Population Health Science