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The School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites nominations and applications for two twelve-month, non-tenure-track, open rank faculty positions (1.0 FTE). The mission of the School of Social Work is to advance equity, transform systems and improve lives. The curriculum supports this mission and includes a focus on evidence-based practice; concern for disadvantaged, vulnerable, and oppressed individuals, families, and communities; and the design and development of social interventions. These positions will be available July 1, 2022 and will be reviewed annually for reappointment. We are seeking applicants with social work practice experience and expertise and ability to teach primarily in the Community, Management, Policy Practice (CMPP) concentration, and possibly direct practice courses. Applicants should have demonstrated skills and experience in teaching graduate classes and familiarity with social work curriculum and education. Applicants who have relevant social work professional experience and have worked as a field instructor for social work interns will be given consideration. A clinical faculty member's workload generally includes seven (3 credit/hr.) classes - three each semester and 1 summer school course. In some instances, permission may be given by the Dean to buy-out of teaching responsibilities if the applicant acquires external funding and if teaching needs of the School of Social Work can be met. The specific classes will be negotiated annually with the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. There is also the possibility of the workload including a field load of students in lieu of teaching one course; again, to be negotiated with the Senior Associate Dean based on MSW workload needs each academic year. Applicants are expected to advise students, participate in committee work, provide service at the regional and national level, and be involved in appropriate research and academic projects and other scholarly endeavors as assigned. Salary is competitive and will be commensurate with experience. Applicants must possess an M.S.W. degree from an accredited CSWE social work program and a minimum of five years post-M.S.W. practice experience. Further, the applicant is expected to have
The School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites nominations and applications for two twelve-month, non-tenure-track, open rank faculty positions (1.0 FTE). The mission of the School of Social Work is to advance equity, transform systems and improve lives. The curriculum supports this mission and includes a focus on evidence-based practice; concern for disadvantaged, vulnerable, and oppressed individuals, families, and communities; and the design and development of social interventions. These positions will be available July 1, 2022 and will be reviewed annually for reappointment. We are seeking applicants with social work practice experience and expertise and ability to teach primarily in the Community, Management, Policy Practice (CMPP) concentration, and possibly direct practice courses. Applicants should have demonstrated skills and experience in teaching graduate classes and familiarity with social work curriculum and education. Applicants who have relevant social work professional experience and have worked as a field instructor for social work interns will be given consideration. A clinical faculty member's workload generally includes seven (3 credit/hr.) classes - three each semester and 1 summer school course. In some instances, permission may be given by the Dean to buy-out of teaching responsibilities if the applicant acquires external funding and if teaching needs of the School of Social Work can be met. The specific classes will be negotiated annually with the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. There is also the possibility of the workload including a field load of students in lieu of teaching one course; again, to be negotiated with the Senior Associate Dean based on MSW workload needs each academic year. Applicants are expected to advise students, participate in committee work, provide service at the regional and national level, and be involved in appropriate research and academic projects and other scholarly endeavors as assigned. Salary is competitive and will be commensurate with experience. Applicants must possess an M.S.W. degree from an accredited CSWE social work program and a minimum of five years post-M.S.W. practice experience. Further, the applicant is expected to have
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