The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Thompson School of Social Work & Public Health, Department of Social Work invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position to begin August 2024. Applicants who are ABD will be considered; however, degree requirements must be met by the effective date of appointment.
The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa strives to be a Native Hawaiian Place of Learning in which the University recognizes our kuleana (responsibility) to honor Indigenous peoples and promote social justice for Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiians). The mission of the Department of Social Work is to provide educational excellence that advances social work with its focus on social justice. The principal responsibility is the generation, transmission, and application of knowledge for the global enterprise with special attention to Native Hawaiian, other Pacific Islander, and Asian populations in our state and region. We offer three programs (BSW, MSW, PhD) that prepare undergraduate and graduate students to be educated global citizens who advance social justice. With Hawai‘i being one of the most racially/ethnically diverse states in the United States, our unique focus is on resolving problems and building resiliency in a culturally diverse world. We are seeking applicants who will carry out our mission and share our commitment to social justice.
Duties & Responsibilities
● Teach at graduate and undergraduate levels in courses, both on campus and online;
● Teach courses related to health and/or anti-racism, diversity, equity and inclusion (ADEI);
● Conduct research and scholarly activity with relevance to Hawai‘i and/or the Asia and the Pacific regions;
● Seek extramural funding and publish in peer-reviewed journals;
● Serve as academic advisor to students, supervise independent study research activities, and participate on committees in charge of candidates for advanced degrees;
● Render service to the profession and community relevant to academic/research specialty;
● Serve on Department and University committees;
● Participate in curriculum development and utilize technology innovations in program curricular activities.
● Other duties as assigned.
● Doctorate from a college or university of recognized standing in social work or related field;
● Demonstrated ability as a teacher;
● Demonstrated scholarly achievements.
● Poise and good address for meeting and conferring with others.
● MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited college or university;
● Two years post-MSW practice experience;
● Scholarly work focused on health and/or ADEI that contribute to the mission of the School to create and disseminate new knowledge to increase social justice with special attention to Native Hawaiian, other Pacific Islander, Asian populations, and/or other underrepresented populations;
● Successful record in, or demonstrated potential for, securing extramural funding;
● Strong commitment to, knowledge of, and/or experience with the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa mission and purpose of positioning the university as a leading Indigenous-serving higher education institution and the department’s commitment to decolonizing social work practice;
● History of teaching health related courses and/or ADEI, Indigenous, or decolonizing social work courses;
● Demonstrated ability to use instructional technology in teaching.
To Apply: Submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, the names and phone numbers of three references, and one published article or other writing sample. Electronic submission only. Priority review will be given to applications received before Friday, September 22, 2023 at midnight Hawaiian Standard Time (HST). Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Note: Official transcripts or equivalent documents from the institution confirming the highest educational degree relevant to this position required upon hire.
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About the University: Founded in 1907, the University of Hawaii at Manoa has students and faculty come from across the nation and the world to take advantage of its unique research opportunities, diverse community, and beautiful landscape. UH Manoa is classified by the Carnegie Foundation as an R1 research institution and also holds the status as a land, sea and space-grant institution. Consistently ranked a “best value” among U.S. colleges and universities, our students have a unique multicultural global experience in a Hawaiian place of learning—truly like no place else on earth.
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Title: Assistant Professor (Department of Social Work, #0083941)
Position Number: #0083941
Hiring Unit: Thompson School of Social Work & Public Health, Department of Social Work
Location: University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu
Date Posted: August 31, 2023
Closing Date: Priority review will be given to applications received before September 22, 2023 at midnight Hawaiian Standard Time (HST). Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Salary Information: Pay commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Monthly Type: 9-month
Tenure Track: Tenure
Full Time/Part Time: Full-time