Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor to teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses in social work, family science, and/or child life depending upon expertise and department need in the Department of Family Science and Social Work. Appointment begins January, 2024 with the possibility of renewal for up to five years contingent of performance and funding.
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Ph.D. in Family Science or Social Work or closely related field by date of appointment for appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor; Master’s degree in Family Science or Social Work or closely related field by date of appointment for appointment as Instructor. Two years of experience in school social work or providing school based mental health services.
Consideration may be given to candidates with demonstrated commitment to social justice and anti-oppression in teaching and practice; applied professional experience, including but not limited to a minimum of two years practice experience post master’s degree achievement; those holding licensure (e.g., LSW, LISW, LISW-S) social worker; and experience teaching hybrid or fully online as well as face-to-face courses.
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Submit cover letter (describing college-level teaching experience and/or relevant professional experience) and curriculum vitae/resume. Inquiries may be directed to Dr. Kate Kuvalanka at email@example.com.
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