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The Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health is seeking strategic leaders and distinguished scholars to join our team. We invite you to learn more and apply for the following leadership roles. Explore our career portal to learn more about all open faculty and staff positions at Loyola University Chicago.

 

Director, Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Enhance and facilitate interdisciplinary entrepreneurial collaboration, education, scholarship, and practice across Loyola University Chicago and with external partners to catalyze innovation aimed at improving societal health and reducing health inequities.

Leadership Profile

The Founding Director of the Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship will serve as a member of the school’s senior leadership team and be an important partner to the Dean on other strategic school and university initiatives, including integrating entrepreneurship with the Catholic and Jesuit mission.

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Qualifications

The successful candidate will hold an advanced degree in a scientific, business, or related discipline, combined with demonstrable experience building new units, programs, and/or cross‐sector partnerships in the health sector and effective collaborations among business and academic stakeholders. An earned terminal degree; direct prior experience in health sciences research and development, translational science and/or business incubation; an understanding of intellectual property development, patent, copyright, and trademark law are preferred; and familiarity with the I-CorpsTM program is desirable.

Read all desired qualities and qualifications in the leadership profile.

Apply

Applicants should provide a letter of interest stating how the candidate’s experiences and qualifications align with the themes expressed in the leadership profile and a CV using WittKieffer’s candidate portal.

Candidates will be considered until an appointment is made. Confidential nominations and inquiries can be sent to ParkinsonCHIE@wittkieffer.com

 

Chair, Department of Health Informatics and Data Science

Chart a bold course for the department’s future that enables and supports faculty and students to lead health informatics and data science work across and beyond Loyola University Chicago.

Leadership Profile

The Chair of Health Informatics and Data Science stewards its teaching, research, and service mission. Reporting to the Dean, the Chair is a member of the school’s senior academic leadership team and an important partner to the Dean on strategic school and university initiatives.

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Qualifications

The successful candidate must meet Loyola University of Chicago rank and tenure guidelines at the Associate Professor or Professor level. An earned doctoral degree is required, combined with significant experience in one or more related fields such as, but not limited to: artificial intelligence, computer science, applied mathematics, computer engineering, biomedical informatics, biostatistics, clinical epidemiology, health services research, medicine, nursing, or public health.

Read all desired qualities and qualifications in the leadership profile.

Apply

Applicants should provide a letter of interest and current CV using WittKieffer’s candidate portal.

Candidates will be considered until an appointment is made. Confidential nominations and inquiries can be sent to ParkinsonHIDS@wittkieffer.com

 

Chair, Department of Healthcare Administration

Develop and advance a strategy for the department’s future that encompasses a broad vision of the healthcare system in order to prepare the next generation of healthcare administration leaders.

Leadership Profile

The Chair of Healthcare Administration stewards its teaching, research, and service mission. Reporting to the Dean, the Chair is a member of the school’s senior academic leadership team and an important partner to the Dean on strategic school and university initiatives.

Download the complete leadership profile.

Qualifications

The successful candidate must meet Loyola University of Chicago rank and tenure guidelines at the Associate Professor or Professor level. An earned doctoral degree is required, combined with significant experience in one or more related fields such as, but not limited to, healthcare organizational management, healthcare finance, and health information systems.

The Parkinson School seeks candidates with significant demonstrable knowledge of applied principles in healthcare administration and teaching experience in a core domain of healthcare management. Read all desired qualities and qualifications in the leadership profile.

Apply

Applicants should provide a letter of interest and current CV using WittKieffer’s candidate portal.

Candidates will be considered until an appointment is made. Confidential nominations and inquiries can be sent to ParkinsonHCA@wittkieffer.com

Loyola University Chicago is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer with a strong commitment to hiring for its mission and diversifying its faculty and staff. As a Jesuit Catholic institution of higher education, Loyola seeks candidates who will contribute to its strategic plan. Underrepresented minorities and women candidates are encouraged to apply.

 
The Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health

The Parkinson School emphasizes interdisciplinary learning, collaboration, and care for communities with a focus on understanding all social determinants of health. Research, scholarship, and curricula incorporate both systems thinking and design thinking, then translated to scalable, sustainable solutions. With an entrepreneurial approach and a commitment to our Catholic and Jesuit mission, the school expands knowledge and drives change in service of humanity through learning, justice, and faith. Learn more.

Loyola University Chicago

Loyola University Chicago’s 13 colleges and schools offer more than 140 graduate and professional degree and certificate programs and more than 160 undergraduate majors and minors. Nearly 17,000 students are enrolled in total, including more than 11,600 undergraduates and approximately 1,500 graduate students. A Loyola education is as distinctive as it is transformative. Loyola actively encourages interdisciplinary collaboration and sponsors several cross-institution initiatives, such as the Center for Health Outcomes and Informatics Research, Institute for Racial Justice, and Loyola Business Leadership Hub. A holistic approach to student success and well-being ensures that students develop intellectually, physically, and spiritually. Learn more.