This visiting appointment begins in August 2014


Responsibilities:           Teach a variety of courses in Social Work including Social Work Research in the adult degree program. Other responsibilities include advising majors, serving on University and departmental committees, performing community service, grant writing, conducting research, and performing other duties required to assist with the growth of the social work program of the university.


Qualifications:             An earned doctorate in Social Work and prior teaching experience is highly preferred is preferred; an MSW is required.  Candidates must demonstrate vision, leadership as well as strong communication and interpersonal skills. Candidates should demonstrate the ability to teach all levels of undergraduate courses in Social Work serve as senior paper advisor as well as establish and maintain a positive educational relationship with students and colleagues.


Application:                 Send curriculum vitae or resume, letter of application, a one-page statement of the candidate’s teaching philosophy, a one-page statement on research interests, unofficial transcripts from all institutions attended (official transcripts will be required of all finalists) and three letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with the candidates teaching  and research abilities to:



                                                                 Laura Colson McLean, Ed.D.

                                                Assistant Dean of the Metropolitan College

                                                              Johnson C. Smith University

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Date Posted: 5/6/2014 9:10 am