Tulane University’s School of Social Work invites applications for a 9-month tenured faculty appointment at the rank of Associate Professor to join our top tier faculty. The expected start date is July 1, 2019.
Candidates shall have an exceptional record of research, teaching, and service consistent with an appointment at the rank of Associate Professor with tenure. The TSSW is seeking candidates with expertise in any of the following areas: Clinical behavioral health & addiction, Health, and community participatory research. Candidates should have evidence of a strong foundation in federal level research or equivalent experience, scholarly publications in top-level journals, and strong skills in preparing research grant proposals for external funding (Federal, State, or foundations).
Interested persons should submit:
A letter of application outlining qualifications and credentials
Research strategy and plan to secure funding
Statement of teaching philosophy
A curriculum vita
3-5 sample publications
Names of three references, including their emails.
Earned doctorate in social work or in a relevant field (e.g., Psychology or Public Health).
Successful record of external funding (federal-NIH, NSF, SAMHSA, HRSA, NIJ and/or foundations) including a current active research program
Strong record of significant publications in high impact journals and recognized leadership in the field
Strong track-record of mentoring faculty
Evidence of multidisciplinary collaborations
Top tier teaching history and successful mentoring of graduate students (MSW, MPH, PhD, DSW)
MSW from an accredited CSWE program and license eligible
Internal Number: 55947
About Tulane University School of Social Work
Tulane University is a Carnegie designated Research I institution, located within the vibrant city of New Orleans. The Tulane School of Social Work draws its strength from over 100 years of effective clinical training and powerful community work. The School of Social Work is expanding our research capacity and research infrastructure to support projects that make significant impacts in our communities. The successful candidate will add the School’s rich history and exceptional faculty in the dynamic and multicultural New Orleans area.