The Social Work Program at NKU announces the availability of a Lecturer Position. This position is a full time, non- tenure track, renewable position. At the end of 5 years, an individual in this position is eligible for promotion to Lecturer II. This is a 12 month teaching assignment with oversight of child welfare programming.
The position begins August 2021 and is contingent upon available funding.
Primary Responsibilities :
This position teaches across both BSW and MSW programs, teaching primarily Social Welfare Policy, Social Work and Community, and Research. Classes are taught face-to-face, hybrid, and in the online learning format.
This position teaches across both BSW and MSW programs. Classes are taught face-to-face, hybrid, and in the online learning format.
Qualifications Required qualifications include: 1. An earned MSW from a CSWE accredited institution with at least 2 years of clinical experience. 2. Teaching interests in areas such as social work practice courses, field, and policy. 3. The ability to work collaboratively with colleagues 4. Willingness to engage in collaborative relationships with community and potential community partners, and 5. Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion 6. Child Welfare experience
Preferred qualifications include 1. Teaching experience in the areas of social work practice courses, field, and policy. 2. Teaching experience in both BSW and MSW curriculums
The position has competitive salary with additional summer teaching opportunities. Interested individuals should submit the following: 1. Application 2. Letter of intent 3. Teaching philosophy 4. Curriculum vitae 5. Evidence of quality teaching 6. Contact information of three professional references 7. A statement of inclusions and diversity philosophy, and 8. Copies of graduate transcripts (unofficial accepted at this initial stage) to the following website:
Direct any questions to Dr. Megan Lindsey (email@example.com) BSW Program Director, Assistant Professor. The School of Social Work. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Any candidate offered this position is required to go through a pre-employment criminal background check as mandated by state law.
Minimum Education: Master's Degree
Minimum Experience: Less than 1 year
Quick Link: 10376
Internal Number: 10376
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