Clinical Faculty, Health Information Management

Global Education Movement at Southern New Hampshire University

Global Education Movement at Southern New Hampshire University

Posted on Saturday, September 2, 2023

We are one growing team with one powerful goal — and as a global leader in education, we strive for a workforce that reflects the individual differences of our learning community. We believe that our employees can be their best selves when they can be their true selves. That is why we’re committed to cultivating and preserving a culture of inclusion in which all our employees feel welcomed, valued and empowered. Together, we will shape the future of education by transforming lives beginning with yours.

Our Workforce Is Expanding Beyond New Hampshire!

We have remote work opportunities available in the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

The Opportunity

As Clinical Faculty, your role is to support our online Health Information Management programs through teaching, student support, subject-matter-expertise, mentoring of adjunct faculty, and engagement in administrative activities in service of the institution. Our faculty teach standardized, pre-developed online courses, in a 10-week (graduate) or 8-week (undergraduate) term structure. In addition to teaching, you may serve in varied academic administrative capacities to help ensure that our programs, courses, and instruction are high quality and meet the institutional promise to students. You will be reporting to the Program Director of Health Professions in this role. The Clinical/Technical Faculty position is a non-ranked, non-tenure track position, and is remote-friendly. #LI-Remote

You'll Get To:

  • Teach 30 credit hours annually in graduate programs, or 36 in undergraduate programs, or as determined by professional accreditation requirements
  • Follow all instructional principles and strategies that engage students in learning, when serving as a course instructor while following the pre-determined course design and textbook materials
  • Provide meaningful feedback to students, academic advisors and team leads following faculty expectations and requirements. This includes providing students with weekly instructional announcements, responding to all student inquiries, discussion boards or other posts promptly, providing rubric feedback throughout the term, and providing final grade assessments and posting grades within 48 hours after the assignment submission date
  • Provide engagement and outreach including students who have not logged into the learning platform, engaging students who are not moving through their diagnostic-identified learning path promptly and strengthening course concepts through professional experience, in field development or conducting synchronous webinars
  • Be a professional advisor to students to support students’ sense of connection to the program, provide career advice, provide capstone support
  • Participate in program specific events including graduation activities, academic residencies, professional development activities as assigned.
  • Collaborate with enrollment and student advisors to support program growth and student success, while maintaining a high level of communication with the student’s advisor
  • Provide exceptional student service in every interaction, which includes never giving up on a student who is putting forth the effort to achieve their goals, demonstrating care and commitment
  • Be a mentor to adjunct faculty and subject matter experts
  • Collaborate with Associate Deans and Team Leads to help resolve adjunct faculty issues
  • Serve on standing and ad hoc academic committees as assigned through online participation model
  • Participate in any scholarly and professional activities required to contribute to one’s academic discipline, maintain licensure and compliance with regulatory and accrediting agencies that have jurisdiction over the faculty’s respective program
  • Participate in curriculum oversight, for example, evaluating programs, evaluating courses, serving as subject matter expert or program coordinator in course development process

What we're Looking For:

  • Doctoral Degree from a regionally or programmatically accredited institution
  • Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA)
  • 3+ years of experience practicing in the respective field
  • Online teaching experience

Thinking about the job, but not sure you should apply? We still want to hear from you.

We recognize that not everyone enters the world of work with the same advantage, opportunity, and privilege. This is why your skills and experiences are important to us. Take the leap and apply, you just might be the person we are looking for!

Are Benefits Important to You?

We offer exceptional benefits, many available starting on the first day of employment:

Anthem BlueCross affordable, low-deductible Medical insurance available on day one

Low to no-cost Dental, Vision and Life Insurance options

5 weeks of Paid Time Off that starts accruing on day one & Paid Holidays

A Retirement Plan with a 9% Employer Funded annual contribution

Tuition Benefits with family offerings

Who Are We?

SNHU employees are a team in every sense. Separately, we understand that each individual brings unique experiences, perspectives and ideas to create a vibrant work environment. Together we share common values of honesty, acceptance and accountability working as a unified force toward a common goal: to transform the lives of learners. By joining our team, you join us in our vision. Together, we’ll shape the future of education by transforming lives—beginning with yours.

We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.

Remote work disclaimer

Please note that this is a remote eligible position. At SNHU, we ask that our remote employees have access to a reliable internet connection and a dedicated, properly equipped workspace at a fixed location within the United States (in one of the approved states as reflected above) that is free of distractions and dependencies.

Please note that a background check is required for employment.