Overview

The University invites applications for a full-time, temporary faculty position in Social Work to teach courses in the AAS degree program in Healthcare Advocacy beginning August 17, 2019 and ending May 22, 2020.

Essential DutiesThis position may require development and teaching of courses online.

Specific DutiesThe successful candidate will teach courses in healthcare advocacy and social work elective courses each semester.

Minimum Qualifications (Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)

  • MSW degree required from a CSWE accredited program.
  • At least two years post-MSW practice experience, preferably in healthcare settings.
  • Terminal degree is required for appointment as Assistant Professor, without the terminal degree candidate will be appointed as Instructor.
  • In addition to the other responsibilities and qualifications listed, the successful candidate must be able to communicate well and/or perform well in an interview or teaching demonstration and successfully complete the interview process.

Preferred QualificationsPrior teaching experience at the university level is preferred.

Special Instructions for ApplicantsReview of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled.

Submit letter of application, curriculum vitae, and unofficial transcripts through the LHU applicant web site.

Candidates must provide the name, email address, phone number for three professional references.

The successful candidate will also have to complete a background investigation and supply official transcripts as a condition of employment.

Position is dependent upon funding and enrollment.

About LHUA career at Lock Haven University (LHU) is a distinctly unique and exciting opportunity. We encourage and support diversity and international perspectives within the working and learning environment. LHU is located in central Pennsylvania along the Susquehanna River and the picturesque Bald Eagle Mountains. LHU is one of fourteen universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE).