Georgia State University College of Law, through the Center for Law, Health & Society, is developing a master of jurisprudence in health law (M.J.). The degree will be an online program for health care and public health professionals interested in learning more about law as it applies to health. Georgia State Law seeks qualified applicants for the position of program development officer to assist with translating program content into online courses, readying the program for launch and advertising the program to potential audiences.
The preferred candidate should possess a juris doctorate (J.D.) and a foundational understanding of health law, health-care related experience and recent demonstrated ability or openness to technology such as learning management systems in education settings either as a teacher or as a student. This position is a part-time, limited-term one.
To view the full position details and apply, visit the Georgia State University employment website and search requisition #16000150.