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Faculty Employment Opportunities

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

The Department of Criminology of the University of South Florida invites applications for three nine-month tenure-track positions to begin August 7, 2015. To be eligible for consideration, applicants must possess or be working toward a Ph.D. in Criminology, Criminal Justice, or a related social science discipline. ABDs will be considered, but must show evidence that the Ph.D. will be in hand by time of appointment. Applicants should show a strong record of or potential for research productivity commensurate with rank. Documented evidence of previous and/or current grant activity is required, particularly for those seeking appointment at a level above an entry level Assistant Professor. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Salary is competitive and negotiable commensurate with rank. For additional information you may contact Search Committee Chair Michael J. Leiber at mjleiber@usf.edu or (813) 974-9704.

Assistant Professor
Area of specialization is open, but preference will be given to those who demonstrate an ability to make a significant contribution to the department's doctoral program.
Job Opening #5362. Accepting applications until filled; first review will begin October 15, 2014.

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor
Area of specialization is open, but preference will be given to those who demonstrate an ability to make a significant contribution to the department's doctoral program.
Job Opening #5133. Accepting applications until filled; first review will begin October 1, 2014.

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor
Area of specialization is Cybersecurity with an emphasis in Cyber/Computer Crime.
Job Opening #5769. Accepting applications until filled; first review will begin November 17, 2014.

Associate Professor - Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
This position is a nine-month tenured appointment, with a start date of August 7, 2015. The individual filling this position will serve as Program Director and coordinate the CORE accredited Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program. Description: Provide excellent graduate level teaching and clinical supervision in a Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) accredited master's degree program in rehabilitation counseling. Additional duties include; advising and mentoring graduate students, interdisciplinary collaboration in research, scholarly activities, grant writing, and service on Department, College, and/or University committees, as well as community and professional service.
Minimum qualifications: A doctorate in rehabilitation counseling, counseling, psychology, or a closely related area. Graduate of a CORE accredited program in rehabilitation counseling and Certified Rehabilitation Counselor credential or eligibility for the credential; and, a record of successful research, publication, and grant writing.
Preferred qualifications: (a) graduate of a CACREP accredited counseling program; (b) a record of successful teaching and clinical supervision in rehabilitation counseling and/or mental health counseling; and (c) licensure or eligibility for licensure as a mental health counselor, marriage and family therapist, or psychologist in Florida, including applied clinical experience. For additional information, please contact Assistant Professor, Christina Dillahunt- Aspillaga, at cdillahuntas@usf.edu or (813) 974-1282.
Job Opening #5950. Open until filled, first review in December, 2014.

Clinical Instructor I - Speech Language Pathology
Position is Full-time, 12-month non-tenure track faculty appointment, contingent upon funding and level II background check. Description: Provide clinical supervision to graduate student's clinicians enrolled in the adult SLP practicum involving the diagnosis and treatment of communications disorders; mentor Master's students; and engage in service to the department, college, university, community and profession.
Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology, CCC-SLP, eligibility for Florida State Professional License in Speech-Language Pathology, minimum of six years of professional experience post clinical fellowship, and minimum of three years of experience in supervision of graduate students in clinical and/or academic settings. Clinical experience in three or more of the following adult communications disorders: speech, language, cognition, fluency, voice, social skills and modalities.
Preferred Qualification: Experience in supervision of graduate students in a university setting; Experience in documentation and assessment of student performance (ASHA Knowledge and Skills Assessment); Demonstrated experience in clinical research and implementation of evidence-based practice.
Job Opening #6463. Position to begin August 2015. Requires three letters of recommendation to sent to Evelyn Diaz.

Assistant/Associate Professor - Speech-Language Pathology
Position is a 9-month tenure track faculty appointment, contingent upon funding and level II background check.
Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders or other related discipline required by the start date.
Preferred Qualification: A history of funding and strong potential for research and intradepartmental collaboration. Particularly desirable areas include language disorders of adults or children, but strong candidates in other areas of specialization will receive full potential for scholarly publications and is expected to pursue vigorous research programs that could lead to external funding and a strong publication record are required.
Job Opening #5805. Position to begin August 2015. Requires three letters of recommendation to sent to Evelyn Diaz.

Director, School of Social Work
The person filling this position is expected to provide vision, leadership, and administrative direction to the School of Social Work. The Director is also expected to serve as a facilitator for faculty research, scholarship, teaching excellence, and service to the community and to the profession. The Director is further expected to advocate for University, community and professional organization support for the school, to pursue development opportunities, and to work collaboratively with other disciplines and programs within the University. The Director is expected to foster continued dedication to faculty and student diversity.
Job Opening #5187. Open until filled; first review in October, 2014.

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