Job duties and responsibilities include teaching courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels such as Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Global Issues, Community Volunteer Practice, Research, Social Work with Diverse Populations, and other courses.
The UMD Department of Social Work seeks to add to its pool of temporary instructors available to teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate level such as Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Global Issues, Community Volunteer Practice, Research, Social Work with Diverse Populations, and other courses. Fall Term is August 19th to January 1st, 2020. Spring Term is January 2nd to May 17th, 2020. Term contracts only. Note: Being a member of the pool does not ensure a contract will be offered; course offerings, and therefore teaching appointments, vary with demand and are subject to funding.
1) MSW / MA / ME.D. or equivalent from a regionally accredited institution.
2) Excellent written communication skills.
3) Commitment to fostering diversity across campus, the social work curriculum, and the social work department.
1) A Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) from a program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
2) Valid Minnesota social work license or verification of eligibility for licensure by the Minnesota Board of Social Work.
3) Two years post-MSW practice experience (required for practice courses).
4) Social work practice experience in specific courses assigned to teach.
5) Experience working with students and/or social work clients from diverse backgrounds.
6) Prior experience in working with American Indian people and communities.
7) Evidence of effective academic classroom teaching or professional training experience.
8) Demonstrated skills related to the development and implementation of on-line courses.
9) Evidence of effective communication skills necessary for a faculty position.
Internal Number: 331081
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