Coordination and management of quality field placement processes for masters level social work students.
Over site and consultation to field liaisons and instructors.
Professional development and training.
Collaboration to set procedures and develop departmental documentation.
Attend administrative committee meetings, field events and staff meetings.
Designs and implements education outreach programs and community relations strategies.
Coordinates with national, state and local organizations. May represent Field Director when designated.
Uses best practices and knowledge of internal or external University issues to improve products or services.
Solves complex problems; takes a new perspective using existing solutions.
Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience.
Demonstrates teaching skills and an understanding of the role of field work in social work education.
Engage diverse populations of students, field instructors, and faculty communicating understanding of the range of micro, meso, and macro level social work practice.
Evaluates and documents performance of programs, making or recommending improvements when appropriate.
Prepares program communications, including creating and coordinating dissemination of program materials.
Performs other related work as needed.
Masters degree in social work, A.M. or MSW. Licensed social worker.
Minimum five years of relevant experience. Experience with Microsoft Access, Outlook, and Excel programs.
Background in clinical social work practice, field instruction, and management.
Prior supervisory experience.
Desire to participate in ongoing professional learning and team and self-evaluation.
Ability to work in a team environment.
Ability to respond with flexibility to demands and requirements of the project; ability to effectively prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
Capable of exercising sound judgment, tact, courteousness, reliability and employing good decision-making skills.
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Excellent organizational and project management skills.
Attention to Detail.
Ability to integrate technology and effectively utilize technology for professional productivity.
Works independently, receives minimal guidance.
Attendance to Field Sites around the city requiring ability to ambulate to various sites in and around the city.
Cover Letter (required)
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