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Instructor (Job ID 14862)

Position Description:
The Department of Child and Family Studies in the USF College of Behavioral and Community Sciences is seeking a twelve-month non-tenure earning Instructor I at 1.0 FTE. This position will serve as the Program Coordinator for the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Minor. The Program Coordinator will: Coordinate all aspects of the ABA program, Coordinate the ABA concentration with the administrator of the behavioral healthcare (BHC) major, oversee doctoral student instructors and adjunct instructors to ensure quality instruction, Update the BACB verified course sequence when necessary, Develop a fieldwork course and help facilitate fieldwork placements for students, develop new courses as directed by the program director, Develop marketing materials to promote the program across campus, Recruit students from departments across campus, Network with departments across campus to maintain program visibility, Work with the ABA program director to schedule courses each semester and assign instructors for the courses, Teach courses in the program (2-2-1), Maintain a data base for tracking: student credit hours by semester, number of students in the minor, majors of students in the minor, number of students with a concentration in the BHC minor, graduates of the ABA minor.

Minimum Qualifications:
Ph.D. in ABA or a related field with an ABA concentration; BCBA, BACB approved supervisor, Undergraduate teaching experience in ABA.

Preferred Qualifications:
The preferred candidate will have a BCBA-D, Successful program coordination experience, Successful experience in recruitment or marketing of academic or other programs, Content knowledge that complements the existing courses, Course development experience, Ability to work effectively with students and colleagues.

If interested, please apply to Job ID 14862.