Detailed Job Description
Coordinator of FSW field placements and EHS community partnerships - full time instructor/administrator in Partnership Office and Department of Family Studies and Social Work (non tenure track). Three-year position (renewed annually based on performance) with the possibility of continuing beyond three years, based on funding and performance.
Facilitate partnerships with community agencies and organizations related to FSW student placements, internships, practicum and related applied experiences (under direction of Director of Partnership Office/Associate Dean for Partnerships).
* Work with social work and family studies students; agencies and community organizations and FSW department (under direction of FSW chair) to place students for field placements, practica, and internships, including: FSW495/595/Internship with Families and Children, FSW 411 & 414/Social Work Senior Practicum, FSW661, 762, 763/Social Work Field Education
*Serve as divisional (EHS) partnership liaison for non-profit, human service, and community agencies/organizations
*Serve on EHS Field Placement/internship committee
*Collaborate with Career Services and Office of Community Engagement
*Collaborate with Director of School Partnerships
*Assist in the Development and teaching of Partnership related courses including the establishing of an EHS combined thematic sequence / graduate certificate in Community Partnerships and Engagement (example content: obtaining and managing grants for non-profits and schools; conducting community and action research; establishing and maintaining effective community partnerships; Theory Into Practice: Collaboration between School-based and Agency-based Partnership Learning
*Teach one partnership course a semester (as directed by Director of Partnership Office/Associate Dean for Partnerships)
*Teach one FSW course a semester (as directed by FSW Chair)
Master's with earned degree in Social Work; previous experience supervising BSW/MSW field placements; LISW; experience working with multicultural and/or diverse populations; previous teaching experience in higher education and community settings; previous experience facilitating community partnerships between university, K-12, and human service agencies.
Strong candidates will have a track record of successful experience in earning/facilitating external grants among K-12 or human service agencies; experience providing/facilitating professional development to K-12 and human service organizations.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Applicants will be asked to submit cover letter, curriculum vitae, and list of three references. Three letters of recommendation are required and can be sent directly to Kellie Bottoms at firstname.lastname@example.org.