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    Assistant Professor School of Social Work

    Tampa, Florida

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    Director of Counseling Services

    UMass Amherst Campus

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    Bi-lingual English/Spanish Therapist

    (MSW, MFT, MHC, Art Therapist)

    Queens, NY

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     Licensed School Social Worker

    Washington, DC

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    Associate Professor & Director

    OR Professor & Director

    Greenville, North Carolina

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    Counselor/Staff Psychologist

    Counseling Services Department

    Buffalo, NY

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    Counselor/Staff Psychologist

    Counseling Services Department

    Buffalo, NY


    Apply at URL       https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/46834


    Position Summary


    The Counseling Services department at the University at Buffalo is seeking a generalist Counselor/Psychologist with specific interest & experience in providing counseling to college students who are experiencing personal and academic concerns. Depending upon the needs of the campus, this counselor may extend our mission by being embedded in an academic unit in one of our 13 Schools and Colleges 2-3 days per week. The successful candidate will have demonstrated expertise in serving college student populations, operating in multidisciplinary systems, and working independently.


    This is a multi-vacancy posting; the department is seekingto fill several positions.


    As a Counselor/Psychologist, your responsibilities include:


    · Performing individual, group and couplescounseling


    · Providing consultations with faculty and staffon student issues


    · Facilitating presentations on mental healthtopics for a diverse student population


    · Providing on-call and crisis intervention


    · May supervise graduate students in psychology,social work, and mental health counseling.



    We recognize the advantages diverse perspectives and backgrounds bring to the workplace. We are particularly interested in candidates who share this value and will work to achieve the university’s goals of inclusive excellence.


    Minimum Qualifications


    · Candidate must currently have or will attain aNew York State psychology license or a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) status , or Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) status within 18 months of the date of hire.


    · Experience required: Two years of clinicalexperience working with young adults (18-25 years) or adults (25+ years).


    Preferred Qualifications


    · Two years of University Counseling Centerexperience.


    · Significant experience working with individualswith persistent mental illness.



    Salary Range       $61,773- $73,773


    Posted 12/7/23

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    Associate Professor & Director

    OR Professor & Director

    Vacancy #: 940773
    Recruitment Range: Commensurate with Qualifications
    Closing Date: 12/05//2023

    Organizational Unit Overview

    Overview of the College – Health and Human Performance (HHP)


    The College of Health and Human Performance (HHP) is comprised of eight units: The Department of Health Education and Promotion, Department of Human Development and Family Science, Department of Interior Design and Merchandising, Department of Kinesiology, Department of Recreation Sciences, School of Social Work, Air Force ROTC, and Army. We are a community of students, faculty, staff, alumni and partners working together to offer transformational educational experiences, impactful scholarship that aims to improve health and quality of life for all, and public service that establishes trust and benefit within our community of constituents. We offer 13 undergraduate degree programs, 8 master’s level degree programs, 2 doctoral degree programs, and several other educational credentials (minors, certificates, and microcredentials).


    Overview of the Unit within the HHP– School of Social Work


    The School of Social Work was established in 1972 and has offered accredited social work degrees since 1974. It is the second oldest social work program in North Carolina. The School offers a BSW (current enrollment: 252) and MSW (current enrollment: 138) with the latter being one of the largest graduate programs on main campus. The alumni base is over 5,000. Field education is the signature pedagogy in the School of Social Work. On average School students contribute nearly 100,000 hours of field education annually in agencies serving Eastern North Carolina’s most vulnerable, for a significant economic impact across 53 counties. The School of Social Work offers two undergraduate minors, Gerontology and Promoting Equity in Health & Human Services, and two graduate certificates, Gerontology and Substance Abuse as well as pathways into child welfare and school social work licensure. The Substance Abuse certificate trains a significant number of the Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialists serving clients in Eastern North Carolina, and provides more affordable supervision toward clinical licensure aimed mostly at increasing the number of underutilized groups working as addictions specialists. The School’s efforts to enhance its role in interprofessional education at ECU have been considerable and are gaining momentum.


    Job Duties


    The Director of the School of Social Work has administrative and academic responsibilities for all faculty, staff, and facilities in the School of Social Work and reports directly to the Dean of the College of Health and Human Performance. Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:


    · Serve as the School representative to the Dean and other Departments within the College, other units and departments within the University, and other agencies,
    organizations, and institutions.


    Facilitate the development and attainment of School goals that align with College strategies that aim to achieve the mission and vision priorities conveyed in
    ECU’s strategic plan, Focus Focused, Innovation Driven https://strategicplan.ecu.edu/.


    · Plan, administer, and evaluate the affairs and resources of the School in accordance with the policies and procedures determined by the University, College, and School.


    · Lead and manage faculty, staff, and others to ensure all accreditation/oversight requirements for specialized programs are met and reports are filed correctly and in a timely manner.


    · Serve as the responsible budget officer for the School; exercise budgetary oversight, supervise the handling of funds and articulating budgetary needs.


    · Participateand mentor others in revenue generating activities (fundraising, grants, contracts)


    · Provide workload assignments to faculty and staff and evaluate performance and plan scheduling and other activities accordingly.


    · Manage student, staff, and faculty relations within the School and address/resolve conflict in a productive and fair manner and fosters a culture of care, belonging, and opportunity for all.


    · Provide strategic leadership to the field office in terms of resources and staffing, partner with agencies and other social work colleagues in the field; continue to position the School for accreditation by the CSWE.


    · Teach, conduct research, and provide service to the institution and discipline/field.


    Contingent upon availability of funds.


    Minimum Education/Experience


    · Earned Ph.D. in social work or closely related field or interdisciplinary fields


    · MSW from aCSWE accredited program


    · Evidence of leadership experiences


    · Strong record of research to warrant tenure and appointment at the associate or professor


    · Record of teaching in MSW programs



    Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education


    · Prior academic administrative experience at the university level


    · Two years of post-MSW practice experience


    · Experience with online teaching and learning and distance education programs


    · Experience with rural populations.


    · Service at the national level with CSWE or similar organizations


    · Advanced experience with and/or knowledge of CSWE accreditation standards and processes.


    · Special Instructions to Applicant


    Application screening begin December 2023.


    In order to apply, candidates must submit the following materials online at www.jobs.ecu.edu:


    1. Cover letter addressing the position description


    2. Curriculum Vitae/Resume


    3. A list of three references with contact information.


    As part of the screening process, the references provided may be contacted.


    At the time of employment two to three original letters of reference, official transcripts, a criminal background check, and proper documentation of identity and employability are required.


    Applicants must complete a candidate profile by creating an account (see “Create Account” by following the link below) online via the PeopleAdmin system (https://ecu.peopleadmin.com)


    Please be aware that if selected as a candidate ofchoice, an automatic e-mail will be sent to the individuals entered by the applicant in the References section of the PeopleAdmin applicant tracking system.


    Letters of reference submitted via the PeopleAdmin applicant tracking system will be verified and considered for meeting this requirement.


    For letters of reference not submitted via thePeopleAdmin applicant tracking system, please have the original signed letters mailed to Lee Gaylord (SW 940773) East Carolina University, College of Health and Human Performance 1000 East 5th Street, Rivers West 238 Mail stop 505, Greenville, NC 27858.


    Salary is competitive and commensurate with achievement and experience. It is expected that this position will begin in July 2024.


    For further information, please contact: Dr. Michelle Wallen at wallenm@ecu.edu


    Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.


    Additional Instructions to Applicant


    In order to be considered for this position, applicants must complete a candidate profile online via the PeopleAdmin system and submit any requested documents. Additionally, applicants that possess the preferred education and experience must also possess the minimum education/experience, if applicable.


    Applications must be received in the Department of Human Resources by the closing date of 12/05/2023 to be considered. Please submit an online ECU application for vacancy # 940773 to ECU Human Resources at http://www.jobs.ecu.edu.


    Eligibilityfor Employment


    Final candidates are subject to criminal & sex offender background checks. Some vacancies also require credit or motor vehicle checks. ECU participates in E-Verify.
    Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.


    East Carolina University is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction Employer.


    Visit this jobposting at https://ecu.peopleadmin.com/postings/67107

    Posted 12/2/23

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    Licensed School Social Worker         

    Exemption Status: Exempt

    Reports to: Social Work Manager  

    Washington, DC



    About AppleTree


    AppleTree’s mission is to close the achievement gap before students get to kindergarten. To accomplish this mission, we focus exclusively on Preschool and Pre-K education. We provide free, full-day public charter school programming for three- and four-year olds in 12 locations across Washington, DC, employing our innovative and award winning instructional model, called Every Child Ready (ECR). This instructional model provides educators with tools and resources for “What to Teach”, “How to Teach” and “How to Measure Success.” Our instructional model is also used with partners across the nation. We continuously test and improve this model through feedback from AppleTree educators, partners and other stakeholders to ensure that children are learning and exploring through play
    and appropriate instruction.


    Position Summary


    The Licensed School Social Worker is responsible for the support of teachers, administrators, families and staff in ensuring that AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter School (AELPCS) provides optimal support to all children, especially those who need extra support in developing social competencies and those with challenging home situations. The Licensed School Social Worker brings an understanding of the psychosocial development of children and the influences of family, community, and cultural differences to the educational process. Social workers help to ensure that children are physically, socially and emotionally available for instructional experiences that will close the achievement gap before children enter kindergarten.


    This is an on-site position based in Washington,DC.


    What you’ll do…


    Support achievement of all students

    ● Develop an understanding of the school’smission, culture, response to intervention instructional model and school-wide behavior management plan

    ● Ensure all social work policies and practices align with the school’s mission,culture, response to intervention instructional model and school-wide behavior management plan

    ● Assist in the screening and assessment of students’ social-emotional and behavioral needs, including completing classroom observations

    ● Provide specialized, data-driven consultationto instructional staff to support effective classroom management, preventive interventions and behavior modification plans

    ● Participate in school processes designed to help children in need of extra support, including the Student Support Team and Multi-disciplinary Team. Act as a resource for families and theAppleTree community/network

    ● Plan and provide school-wide programming to support responsive parenting, parent involvement and identified school-needs

    ● Have knowledge of community resources to assist families, including those facing homelessness, domestic violence, drug abuse, unemployment and low adult literacy

    ● Collaborate with community agencies to coordinate services within the school system

    ● Conduct school-wide surveys to assess the needs of the school and school families

    ● Provide professional development on areas of expertise to school personnel

    Provide direct services to children and families

    ● Provide short-term consultation services to families who need support

    ● Provide short-term, classroom-based support tochildren who are having difficulties adjusting to other children or school, are experiencing social-emotional and/or behavioral problems

    ● Provide short-term individual therapy tochildren experiencing behavioral problems utilizing evidence-based therapeutic techniques (e.g. play therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy)

    ● Facilitate social skills groups

    ● Refer children, parents or families to community agencies where the need is indicated

    ● Act as the school-based liaison for students with community-based services and supports

    ● Implement and progress monitors social emotional goals for students with IEPs

    ● Provide crisis response support and assistanceto children and families

    ● Support interventions and conducts home visits for families struggling with consistent attendance

    ● Serve as the school-based homeless and foster care liaison

    ● Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments for general and special education students

    ● Lead the design, implementation, and progress monitoring of behavior plans

    Compliance and reporting

    ● Seek out clinical supervision as applicable

    ● Maintain systematic data collection, review, analysis and reporting processes for all social work activities

    ● Complete social work services dashboards regularly and on time

    Contribute to a community of practice

    ● Communicate frequently with school administrators, school staff, peers and Institute staff

    ● Maintain necessary records

    ● Maintain strict confidentiality with regard to all aspects of student information

    ● Understand, and practice in accordance with, federal, state, and local laws, statutes, and/or policies that relate to students and families; such as, child protection/child abuse, special education, attendance, education rights and privacy

    ● Seek out professional development opportunities for oneself

    ● Demonstrates professionalism in all interactions and duties

    ● Maintain cooperative, respectful and supportive relationships with colleagues

    ● Allocate time and resources effectively


    What we’re looking for…


    ● A Master's degree in social work or counseling and appropriate licensure (LGSW, LICSW, LGPC, LPC)

    ● Experience as a Social Worker or Counselor, preferably in an unrepresented, elementary school setting. Experience with early childhood is a plus

    ● An understanding of the community's health and mental health resources

    ● Professionalism, sensitivity and responsibility to students and AppleTree’s mission

    ● This position requires travel to multiple campuses

    ● Bilingual (Spanish) candidates encouraged to apply


    What’s in it for you…     


    ● Competitive Salary

    $2,500 Sign-on Bonus

    ● Employee Health Benefits that are in the 95th percentile of other schools in the District

    ● Fully covered Dental

    ● Benefits for you and all eligible dependents

    ● Fully covered Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Accidental Death and Dismemberment and Life insurance with buy-up options

    ● Free Online Wellness Platform for you and up to 4 eligible dependents

    ● Competitive Paid Time Off, including early close Mental Health Days

    ● 5% Employer Contribution to your Retirement Account (whether you contribute or not)

    ● AppleTree Scholarship to pay for continued education

    ● Network Professional Development Opportunities

    AppleTree’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement


    At AppleTree, we endeavor to foster anenvironment where each person’s true self and experience is welcome. We believe that only with a diverse and inclusive environment can you truly celebrate and support all students, families, and staff. Our commitment to diversity is founded on the belief that our community is strengthened by the vibrant exchange that occurs when individuals with different backgrounds, abilities, and heritages share their various perspectives with one another.


    How to Apply
    To apply, send your resume and cover letter to talent@appletreeinstitute.org,

    visit: https://bit.ly/3cLBbDy 


    Posted 11/15/23

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    Bi-lingual English/Spanish Therapist (MSW, MFT, MHC, Art Therapist)

    Queens, NY


    We welcome newly MSW, MHT, MHC, and Art Therapist graduates.


    Rising Ground founded as an orphanage in 1831, Rising Ground has been at the forefront of evolving community needs. Driven by the belief that each of us can thrive when life has hope and opportunity, Rising Ground provides caring support and proven paths to positive change, helping children, adults, and families rise above adversity, and each year, Rising Ground is a positive force in the lives of more than 25,000 individuals. We do this through 50 programs in 70 locations throughout New York City and Westchester. Our strong belief and commitment to diversity shows not just through our work with supported persons but is integral to the building of a strong staff that reflects the communities we serve. Rising Ground is headquartered in downtown Brooklyn.


    Child Parent Psychotherapy model in the home, providing intensive home-based therapeutic intervention to child(ren) and their care giver in the context of a child welfare program designed to reduce the risk of abuse or neglect and related child welfare involvement. Position ideal for candidates who enjoy a flexible schedule and have a passion to work with families. Candidates will receive clinical hours and a bonus is given to those who obtain their licensure while employed. In addition, an 18-month commitment to the model will allow for the candidate to be rostered as a CPP Clinician. A rostered CPP clinician can work as a CPP therapist in any other mental health setting.


    Under the supervision of the CPP Supervisor, the therapist will be responsible for providing services in accordance with Child Parent Psychotherapy Preventive Services model, ACS standards and indicators and Rising Ground policy and procedure manual.



    • Provide therapeutic treatment to caregiver and child(ren) using Prev-CPP model primarily within the family home.
    • Coordinate all case management, referral and advocacy services for each family, to alleviate risk of abuse or neglect.
    • Participate in all required training and credentialing activities as required by the Prev-CPP model, ACS and Rising Ground.
    • Develop resources for social services referrals, assessing, coordinating and evaluating services needed by the family.
    • Responsible timely submission of all paperwork, completion of intakes as well as progress notes and all necessary paperwork.
    • Maintain case records in an orderly fashion; maintain proper data entry and records within Connections and PROMIS systems.
    • Home visits must take place at least weekly and may require therapist to travel and walk up steps. Evening and weekend hours may be required.


    • Master’s degree in social work or mental health discipline required.
    • License(LMSW, LCSW, or LMHC) or limited license preferred.
    • Bilingual required. (English/Spanish) to conduct case management for our families.
    • Clinical experience and experience with evidence based models preferred
    • Good written and oral communication skills; computer literate. Experience in child welfare field strongly preferred, excellent time management skills with the ability to meet deadlines in a timely manner while managing competing priorities.
    • Proficient use of Microsoft applications; knowledge of PROMIS/CNNX desired∙ Cultural awareness and sensitivity when serving clients that come from different backgrounds and walks of life.

    Salary $68,500 plus competitive benefits package. Apply online at:

    Careers at Leake & Watts | Leake & Watts | Bi-lingual English/Spanish Therapist (MSW, MFT, MHC, Art Therapist) in Queens, New York | Careers at Preventive Service - Queens (icims.com)


    Equal Opportunity Employer


    Posted 11/13/23

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    Staff Therapist

    Williamstown, MA


    Williams College is pleased to announce an opening for a Staff Therapist. This is a full-time, fully-benefitted, 10-month regular position, primarily based on site in Williamstown, MA, with the possibility of some remote hours by arrangement. We are also open to those seeking less than full-time schedules.


    Constituted by an interdisciplinary team, IWS staff therapists use a variety of theoretical orientations and integrate multiple psychotherapeutic modalities while focusing on enhanced equity and justice-focused practices across all efforts. IWS embraces a holistic model of student wellbeing (heart, mind, body and spirit) and collaborates with Health Services, Chaplain's Office, Davis Center diversity, equity, and affinity-based programming, Dean's Office, and colleagues from the VP of Campus Life Department to support the whole student. In addition to providing college-aged students with confidential clinical mental health services, therapists offer groups, psychoeducational workshops and special events focused on cultivating student thriving and a culture of wellbeing on campus.


    IWS therapists also serve as teaching faculty within the IWS Training Program, a multifaceted training program for post-graduate fellows, practicum students, and interns from a variety of mental health disciplines. Staff work with trainees to explore creative and systemic opportunities for student support and practice integrating emerging evidence-based intervention methods (e.g. mindfulness practices). Together, the IWS team works to recognize, understand, and collaboratively meet the dynamic needs of Williams' diverse student population.


    The IWS team encourages candidates from historically excluded and underrepresented groups and those with a demonstrated interest in diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice, to pursue this position.




    • Assessment and treatment planning

    • Walk-in crisis intervention services

    • Conduct individual and group psychotherapy

    • Conduct outreach and health promotion

    • Consult with other College services and student organizations

    • Supervise and teach within the IWS Training Program

    • Contribute to a dynamic equity and justice-focused learning environment

    • Contribute to a vibrant and healthy interdisciplinary team environment

    • Participate in weekly training seminars, in-service and administrative planning meetings

    • Scheduled nights, weekends and telephone on-call rotation with other staff




    • PhD or PsyD in Psychology or Master's degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling or related field required.

    • Current MA in advanced clinical practice licensure or licensure within another state and license eligible within MA in one year.

    • Experience identifying and treating the emotional difficulties and disruptions to thriving unique to a college population (direct experience in a college counseling setting preferred).

    • Demonstrated experience in working with individuals from historically excluded and underrepresented groups.

    • Counseling experience on issues of diversity, intersectionality and identity development.

    • Eager to continue exploring and learning about cultural dynamics internally, interpersonally, and within systems.

    • Effective in outreach within diverse populations.


    Application review will begin on November 28, 2023. Applicants are strongly encouraged to address these qualifications directly within a cover letter, highlighting specifically their experience with and commitment to supporting diverse, inclusive, and equitable communities through their psychotherapeutic practice and within their own professional development.


    Pay range is from $72,000 to $82,000, commensurate with experience. Job Group 2-F. Please visit https://staff-careers.williams.edu/ to apply.


    Employment at Williams is contingent on the verification of background information submitted by the applicant, including the completion of a criminal record check, and education when applicable.


    Beyond meeting fully its legal obligations for non-discrimination, Williams College is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community where members from all backgrounds can live, learn and thrive. As part of this commitment, we will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process please feel free to contact us via phone at (413) 597-2681 or email at hr@williams.edu.


    Situated in the Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts, Williams College offers a rich academic environment in a beautiful setting. The Berkshires - known as a cultural corridor - re a great place to live, work and raise a family, with several top-notch schools and an array of recreational opportunities from world-class museums to swimming holes to hiking trails. The New York Capital Region, Albany International Airport and Albany-Rensselaer Amtrak Train Station are just an hour away, and Boston and New York City are within three hours by car or bus.


    Williams College has been around for more than 200 years, yet we're constantly evolving and growing. As a liberal arts college, Williams has always taught fundamental problem-solving skills that students can use well beyond their four years here. We also recognize that facing complex issues within our history and culture is necessary for sustaining an equitable, just and environmentally responsible community. We strive to create an inclusive culture in which every voice is heard. The college is committed to ensuring that everyone is able to find their place and thrive, no matter who you are, where you come from or what role you fulfill when you get here.


    Williams invests in our employees, offering generous health care, tuition reimbursement, professional development opportunities, paid leave, access to gym facilities, discounts with local vendors, retirement plans and more. Our vibrant 450-acre campus is home to around 2,000 students who benefit from a 6:1 student-faculty ratio, and their energy is the heartbeat of an active population. Many people come to Williams for the job and stay for decades because of the lively environment and warm neighbors. You're more than a person doing a job; you are joining our community.


    To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/4769368


    Posted 11/7/23


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    Director of Counseling Services

    UMass Amherst Campus

    The Center for Women and Community (CWC) situated on the UMass Amherst campus, is excited to share a unique professional opportunity. We are seeking an administratively skilled LICSW to join our Leadership Team to direct our General Counseling services and MSW internship program. In collaboration with the Director for Sexual Assault Support and Advocacy (SASA) Services, the Director of Counseling Services also provides clinical support and training to the SASA team as contractually required. All of our support and counseling services are free and use an empowerment-based model. We recently celebrated 50 years of providing leadership and advocacy to UMass Amherst, the Five Colleges and Hampshire County.


    We invite you to learn more about the organization and our services at www.umass.edu/cwc.


    The full job posting and essential functions can be found here: Details - Director of Clinical Services | Human Resources | UMass Amherst


    Posted 10/24/23

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    Assistant Professor
    School of Social Work

    Tampa, Florida


    The University of South Florida (USF) School of Social Work is seeking a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor to begin August 7, 2024.

    The University of South Florida, School of Social Work invites applications for an Assistant Professor position. We encourage applicants who are interested in joining our School of Social Work scholarly faculty in educating social work professionals and contributing to the knowledge base to find solutions to help people in need, address social problems, and to advance human rights and social justice. As part of the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences, members of our faculty engage in innovative interdisciplinary, translational, and implementation research
    focusing on finding solutions to promote the quality of life, health and the safety of diverse populations and communities.

    The responsibilities of this position include: teach doctoral, master’s, and undergraduate level courses in Social Work; assist in Ph.D. student research and dissertation studies; and engage in scholarship, research, and grant and contract submissions, and service. Teaching will occur on the Tampa campus for face-to-face classroom instruction (candidates must be available on campus). This is a 9-month tenure-track continual appointment, subject to annual evaluations. Salary is commensurate with experience. See web site for University and Social Work descriptions: http://socialwork.cbcs.usf.edu/.


    Minimum Qualifications:

    MSW, and a Ph.D. in Social Work or related area (PhD must be obtained by August 7, 2024)

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • A demonstrated record of achievement in teaching,peer-reviewed publications, externally funded research, and service
    • MSW froma CSWE accredited School of Social Work
    • 2 Yearspost graduate practice experience

     How to Apply

    To apply, applicants must apply through the USF online application system at www.usf.edu/work-at-usf/ careers and search for Job ID 35058. Please submit:

    • Cover Letter
    • Curriculum Vitae
                                                                                                                                          More Information
    • The anticipated start date is August 7, 2024.
    • Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications & experience.
    • For questions about the position, please contact the Search Committee Chair, Jerome Galea at jeromegalea@usf.edu
    • Position is Open Until Filled. Review of applications begins 11/6/2023.
    • For ADA Accommodations, contact Elizabeth Correia at eccorreia@usf.edu



    Posted 9/26/23

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