Assistant/Associate Professor - BSW Program Director Social Work
The Norfolk State University Ethelyn R. Strong School of Social Work seeks applicants for a full-time 12month tenure-track Advanced Assistant Professor or Associate Professor faculty for appointment as BSW Program Director. Eligible applicants will have prior successful teaching and leadership experience for immediate appointment as BSW Program Director.
BSW Program faculty and the BSW Field Director will report to the BSW Program Director. The BSW Program Director reports to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs who reports to the Dean of the School. The Program Director will oversee BSW program administrative responsibilities and is responsible for collaborative undergraduate generalist practice curriculum course assignments in the areas of Field Education, Social Work Practice, Human Behavior, Social Work Policy and Research Methods.
Successful applicants are expected to facilitate a professional and ethical student- centered program environment that supports the mission of the University, the School of Social Work and the Social Work profession. Successful applicants shall demonstrate a thorough understanding of CSWE Social Work Competency standards as required of all generalist social work students and practitioners.
Other major Faculty responsibilities include the following areas of oversight and management for the BSW Program:
1. Faculty attendance (Remote, Online, Hybrid or Face-to Face)
for assigned program courses.
2. Faculty scheduled office hours and Student Advising.
3. All other program faculty responsibilities.
4. Development and assessment of student learning outcomes.
5. Participation in monthly School and program faculty meetings.
6. Program curriculum review and revisions, program effectiveness.
7. Scheduling monthly BSW Program faculty meetings.
8. Attending and participating in monthly School faculty meetings.
9. Facilitating faculty involvement in student development and academic achievement through mentoring, referrals, support and engagement in curricular activities and service learning.
10. Other responsibilities as assigned.
For more information about the School of Social Work, visit https://www.nsu.edu/social-work/ .
NSU is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all persons and applicants, without regard to age, color, disability, gender, national origin, political affiliation, genetic information, race, religion, sexual orientation, sex (including pregnancy) or veteran status. NSU encourages and invites minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply.