Rutgers University School of Social Work is currently seeking a non-tenure, teaching and/or professional practice, track (NTT) faculty member to serve as an assistant director of student affairs on the Camden, NJ campus. The Assistant Director of Student Affairs serves as the academic advisor for MSW students including Traditional and Online students, coordinates student programming on the Camden campus, supports student well-being and success helps advance the School's commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism, and liaises between RUSSW and various Camden campus student resources and offices. The faculty member also serves as the Camden campus coordinator serving as lead RUSSW representative on that campus for MSW and BA in social work programs with responsibilities including, but not limited to: developing and maintaining strong community partnerships, supervision of RUSSW Camden staff, oversight of physical infrastructure, and other related duties.
Successful candidates will normally teach three courses per year, contribute to curriculum development, and participate in school and university service. All NTT faculty members are expected to engage in scholarly/professional dissemination and service activities in accordance with their rank, and other duties as assigned. This position is a calendar year, Camden based position subject to contractual renewals. Salary and rank of appointment is commensurate with experience.
We are dedicated to ensuring a diverse and inclusive faculty environment. Faculty who join us will have the opportunity to work with a student body that represents a wide range of backgrounds, cultures, and identities. Our faculty is an open and collegial group.
Minimum Requirements: Master's Degree in Social Work with a minimum of four years post MSW experience; experience in student affairs/success; record of or potential for excellence in teaching; experience with diverse constituencies and engagement with a collegial and inclusive culture.
Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate degree (DSW or PhD) in social work or related field; experience in DEI related efforts; record of scholarly contributions.