The School of Applied Sciences (SAS), Department of Social Work, University of Mississippi (R1 designation) seeks to employ 2 dynamic professionals to join its faculty at the Associate Professor level with the following qualifications;
Associate Professor of Social Work (Clinical Experience): The department is looking for someone who has particular experience with evidence-informed clinical practice, and service and who has 2 years’ post-MSW clinical practice experience (and is eligible for clinical licensure in the State of Mississippi).
Associate Professor of Social Work (Macro Policy & Advocacy): The department is looking for someone who has experience in the macro policy and advocacy arena, with a particular focus on poverty issues, inequality concerns in the U.S. and the world, and oppression issues.
The successful candidate must have the education professional commitment and experience to carry out a vigorous program of research; classroom teaching; and service to the department, university, community and the profession. Candidates should be able to: 1) demonstrate and maintain an active research agenda leading to publication in peer-reviewed journals; demonstrate the ability to obtain federal grants or other external funds for state agency or community-based research projects; 3) develop multidisciplinary research connections on and off the UM campus; 4) teach across the curricula; 5) apply knowledge of EPAS 2015; and 6) perform administrative tasks as assigned. The teaching load will be six hours (two courses) per semester with a start date of Aug. 19th, 2019. Minimum Education experience is a MSW and a Ph.D. in social work/social welfare or equivalent. Hiring is dependent upon experience and departmental budget. Interested candidates should apply online at https://careers.olemiss.edu
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