The Department of Social Work at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for an Assistant Professor (tenure track or clinical). The position is located at the Uintah Basin campus in Vernal, Utah. Utah State University’s Social Work Department envisions a world where social work graduates are leaders in social change – serving individuals, families, groups, and communities in the pursuit of social justice and the enhancement of the quality of life for all persons. Our programs aim to prepare generalist and advanced generalist social workers to advocate for vulnerable populations and work toward the establishment of societies free from poverty, violence, oppression, and discrimination. As a Community-Engaged Department, we value faculty who recognize the strengths and expertise in their communities and are effective at engaging community partners as co-educators in training of our students.
Position: This is a nine-month appointment with USU’s social work program (MSW and BSW degrees) beginning August of 2023.
Tenure-track positions have a role assignment of 75% Teaching, supervising, and advising; 15% Research; and 10% Service. Tenure-track positions are renewed annually during the probationary period assuming acceptable performance of the role assignment.
Clinical-track positions have a role assignment of 90% Teaching, supervising, and advising; and 10% Service. Clinical-track positions are renewed annually, assuming acceptable performance of the role assignment.
1) Teach courses in BSW and MSW programs; 2) advise undergraduate and graduate students; 3) supervise practicum placements regionally; 4) engage in scholarship and professional productivity; and 5) provide service to the department, the statewide campus, and the social work profession.
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Academic Setting: The Social Work Program offers CSWE-accredited bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a dynamic interdisciplinary department. USU is a Land Grant, Space Grant, and Carnegie Research Doctoral-Extensive university of about 25,000 students. An affirmative action/equal opportunity employer with an NSF ADVANCE gender equity program, USU is committed to increasing diversity among students, faculty, and staff. USU is sensitive to the needs of dual-career couples. For a video portrait, please visit http://www.usu.edu/multimedia/faculty/.
USU Uintah Basin Campus: Utah State’s Uintah Basin Regional Campus is located in one of the most diverse and dynamic regions of the state. The Uintah Basin covers almost 15,000 square miles of northeast Utah, encompassing an asymmetric bowl east of the Wasatch Mountains and south of the Uintah Mountains. Utah State University operates campuses at Vernal and Roosevelt and provides service to the Uintah and Ouray reservation, expanding educational opportunities in a previously underserved region of the state. The regional economy, once based on agriculture and mining, has diversified, and energy extraction and tourism are now major industries as well. Northern Utah is an outdoor recreation paradise: local attractions include Dinosaur National Monument, Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, and Red Fleet State Park. Residents have easy access to spectacularly beautiful natural areas and a wide variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, rafting, winter sports, and world-class hunting and fishing.
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