Under the direct supervision of the School of Social Work and oversight of the Director of the Master of Social Work Program, this position requires a variety of extensive community interaction and program implementation. Additionally, the position requires professional customer and public service on a regular basis and A strong commitment to diversity, leadership experience in professional state-wide or national organizations, and a strong record of collaboration and commitment to faculty governance. Applicant will be considered to the MSW Program.Teach part-time credit hours of coursework each semester specified by faculty tier/classification. Hold part-time office hours per week, with 1/2 being regularly scheduled and the remaining 1/2 held by appointment. Maintain accurate records of class attendance and performance in all courses and report non-attendance to registrar as requested per the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. Support proper assessment of all associated programs, including major degree programs and Liberal Studies. Assign course grades in keeping with University guidelines and provide mid-term and final grades on the date assigned. Welcome to participate in University-Sponsored faculty development programs, such as workshops, conferences, and programs. Follow all classroom procedures as described in the Faculty Handbook and provide proper and timely feedback to student assignments. Meet regularly all classes during their assigned meeting times and for their fully scheduled class period, canceling class only according to University guidelines. Maintain University guidelines of professional conduct in the classroom and on other occasions with students and other members of the University community.
Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Skill in using technology and teaching online courses.
- Comply to the University protocol for COVID-19.
- A Master’s Degree in social work from a CSWE accredited program in social work or a related field.
- At least two years of post- graduate school practice experience.
- Some knowledge of CSWE accreditation and experience in curriculum development and program assessment and professional standards.
- Knowledge of and ability to demonstrate the professional Code of Ethics at all times.
Finalists for this position are subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background investigation including criminal history and identity check.
Files to be uploaded when completing your JCSU application are: 1. Letter of Application (cover letter), 2. Curriculum Vita, 3. Statement of Teaching Philosophy, 4. Statement of Research Plans 5. Unofficial Transcripts from all institutions attended (official transcripts will be required of all finalists), and 6. Completed JCSU Application form. Three signed Letters of Recommendation on letterhead from individuals familiar with the candidate's teaching and research abilities are also required to be uploaded.