Position Announcements

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position announcements referred to us by members.

Instructor/Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice 

Western Wyoming Community CollegeWestern Wyoming Community College (Western) invites applications for an Instructor/Assistant Professor position in Criminal Justice for 2019. This position will consist of teaching 28 to 32 credits annually on the campuses of Rock Springs and Green River, as well as from a distance via the institution’s learning management system. Responsibilities will include supporting Western’s Guiding Principles: Learning is Our Purpose, Students are Our Focus, Employees are Our Most Important Resources, The Community is our Partner, Adapting to Change Defines Our Future, and Ethical Standards Guide Our Actions; and upholding the mission of a comprehensive 2-year community college.
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Assistant or Associate Professor, Sociology

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Institute of Sociology

Applications are invited for a full-time position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor.

The successful applicant must have a Ph.D. in Sociology, or other Social Sciences. We seek candidates who
can demonstrate experience and excellence in teaching and research, including publications in highranking
and field-relevant journals. Whilst the vacancy is open to all areas of the discipline, the Institute is
especially interested in candidates who work in one or more of the following areas:
• Sociology of Education
• Economic Sociology
• Environmental Sociology
• Sociology of Health
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Assitant Clinical Professor, Social Work

Northern Arizona University

Northern Arizona University, Yuma Branch Campus, is conducting a national search to fill a non-tenure track, academic year generalist position in Social Work at the rank of Assistant Clinical Professor. The primary focus of this position is teaching upper division social work courses for the Bachelor of Arts in Social Work program. A demonstrated connectedness to the discipline of Social Work is expected. The Bachelor of Arts in Social Work program is fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), with a unique focus on U.S.-Mexico border issues and populations. This position is expected to be continuing with potential for promotion. Renewal is contingent on performance, continued funding and departmental needs.
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