The Norfolk State University Ethelyn R. Strong School of Social Work seeks applicants for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor
position in the MSW Program. Eligible applicants will have prior successful teaching, practice and research methods experience for an
immediate appointment to the MSW Program.
MSW Program faculty will report to the MSW Program Director and to the Associate Dean
for Academic Affairs. The Associate Dean reports to the Dean of the School. Desired is an applicant who brings interest and experience in
research methods and clinical practice, and who has an identified interest and practice experience in one of the MSW Program specialization
methods, e.g., Child Welfare, Military Populations and/or our School Social Work Certification program.
shall be expected to consistently contribute to our 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 also demonstrate a thorough
understanding of Social Work practice methods, human behavior theory, the contribution of social work policy to the social work profession
and practice. All eligible applicants must demonstrate clear knowledge and mastery of CSWE Social Work Competency standards as required of
all social work faculty, students and social work practitioners.
Other major Faculty responsibilities include the following areas
of contribution and participation in the MSW Program.
- Faculty attendance (Remote, Online, Hybrid or Face-to Face) for assigned
- Faculty scheduled office hours and Student Advising
- Development and assessment of student learning
- Participation in monthly School and program faculty meetings
- Program curriculum review and revisions, program
- Attendance and Participation in regular MSW Program faculty meetings.
- Attendance and participating in
monthly School faculty meetings
- Active involvement in student development and academic achievement through mentoring, referrals to
appropriate services as identified, and student support and engagement in curricular activities to support learning.
- Other MSW
program faculty responsibilities as assigned.
For more information on the department, visit https://www.nsu.edu/Social
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