About CBCS

Faculty Employment Opportunities

The College of Behavioral & Community Sciences only accepts online applications at: http://www.usf.edu/employment

Instructor, Applied Behavior Analysis Master's Program (Job ID 12923)

Department- Child and Family Studies
Appointment: August 7, 2017. 12 month Instructor position.

Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. from an applied behavior analysis (ABA) doctoral program or program with primarily ABA content. BCBA-D. Excellent people skills. Excellent clinical/supervisory skills. ABA teaching experience. ABA research skills. Experience serving on ABA master's thesis committees.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience in providing supervision to ABA master's students. Experience coordinating ABA practicum activities. Experience with BACB approved course sequence rules and regulations. Experience with BACB approved practicum rules and regulations. Experience serving as Approved Course Sequence (ACS) Coordinator. Experience serving on ABA doctoral dissertation committees.

Responsibilities: This position teaches practicum seminar courses in the ABA master's program, coordinates practicum activities for ABA master's students, facilitates faculty involvement in decision making regarding practicum supervisors, placements, and policies. This position also serves as the ACS Coordinator and liaison with the BACB and participates in thesis and dissertation committees as Chair or committee member.

Salary: Negotiable, depending upon qualifications.

Application Process:

  1. Applicants must apply for this position through the USF on-line employment application system, Careers@USF https://employment.usf.edu/ (view faculty positions for the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences, Department of Child and Family Studies, Faculty Job Opening #12923); enter basic demographic information; and upload letter of intent, CV, and other requested information on-line. The posting is open until filled, but the review of applications will begin immediately.
  2. Inquiries contact Search Committee Chair, Dr. Raymond Miltenberger, miltenbe@usf.edu

 Instructor I for online ABA Master's Degree (Job ID 11446)

Position Description: The Department of Child & Family Studies in the College of Behavioral & Community Sciences is seeking an Instructor 1 for its online Applied Behavior Analysis Master's program. This is a twelve-month non-tenure earning faculty position. This position coordinates all aspects of the online master's program under the supervision of the ABA program director, including working with Innovative Education and the ABA program to assure course scheduling and marketing as well as overseeing recruiting and evaluation of applicants and admission of students to the program. This position will also coordinate the practicum seminar, serve as instructor of record for the directed research course, teach other courses as needed, and advise students in the program.
Minimum Qualifications: Doctorate in behavior analysis or a program with primary behavior analysis content. ABDs will be considered but doctorate must be conferred at the time of appointment. Current BCBA certification. ABA Supervisor training and at least one year of supervisory experience. ABA teaching and/or training experience.
Preferred Qualifications: ABA research productivity (publications and presentations). At least one year providing supervision consistent with the current BACB standards. Online teaching experience. Experience coordinating academic and/or training activities. Experience in academic advising.
Applicants must apply for these positions through the USF online application system at: http://goo.gl/BY6Esc. The Job ID for this posting is 11446.
Applicants will access Careers@USF to complete the application and upload their CV, letter of interest, and contact information for three references including their current/most recent supervisor. Review of applications will begin October 28, 2016. This search will remain open until the position is filled. For questions regarding the position, please contact Elizabeth Correia at eccorreia@usf.edu.