Page for Academic Positions in Social Work that begin in 2022.
Last year's page: Social Work 2021-2022
- 1 Let's do this! Try to stick to a few guidelines when posting to keep things consistent:
- 2 RECENT ACTIVITY on the Social Work 2021-2022
- 3 Discussion
- 4 Lists of Schools that have Interviewed / Made Offers
- 5 Jobs posted 2021-2022
- 5.1 Augsburg University (Minneapolis, MN) - posted 9/20/21
- 5.2 Arizona State University
- 5.3 Barry University
- 5.4 Baylor University
- 5.5 Boston College
- 5.6 Bryn Mawr College (PA)
- 5.7 California State University Chico
- 5.8 California State University - Long Beach
- 5.9 California State University - Los Angeles
- 5.10 California State University - Monterey Bay
- 5.11 California State University - Monterey Bay
- 5.12 California State University - San Marcos
- 5.13 Carleton University
- 5.14 Columbia University
- 5.15 Eastern Carolina University
- 5.16 Florida Atlantic University
- 5.17 Florida State University
- 5.18 George Mason University
- 5.19 Hawai'i Pacific University
- 5.20 Idaho State University
- 5.21 Kennesaw State University
- 5.22 Montclair State University
- 5.23 National Cheng-Chi University(Taiwan)
- 5.24 New Mexico State University
- 5.25 New York University
- 5.26 Ohio University (Zanesville)
- 5.27 Purdue University
- 5.28 Rutgers University (NJ)
- 5.29 SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY (posted 11/22/21)
- 5.30 Salisbury University
- 5.31 St. Joseph College
- 5.32 Syracuse University
- 5.33 Texas State University (San Marcos, Texas)
- 5.34 Texas State University (Lubbock, Texas)
- 5.35 University of Alabama
- 5.36 University of Arkansas at Little Rock
- 5.37 University of California - Berkeley
- 5.38 University of California - Los Angeles
- 5.39 University of British Columbia
- 5.40 University at Buffalo (SUNY)
- 5.41 University of Central Florida
- 5.42 University of Chicago
- 5.43 University of Denver (DU)
- 5.44 University of Georgia (Athens, GA)
- 5.45 University of Houston
- 5.46 University of Illinois -Chicago
- 5.47 University of Louisville
- 5.48 University of Maryland
- 5.49 University of Maryland - Baltimore County
- 5.50 University of Michigan
- 5.51 University of Michigan - Dearborn
- 5.52 University of Minnesota (Posted on Oct. 18th)
- 5.53 University of Nebraska (Omaha)
- 5.54 University of New Hampshire
- 5.55 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- 5.56 University of North Florida
- 5.57 University of Northern Iowa
- 5.58 University of Pennsylvania
- 5.59 University of Pittsburgh
- 5.60 University of South Carolina
- 5.61 University of South Dakota
- 5.62 University of Southern Indiana
- 5.63 University of Southern Mississippi (posted 11/09/21)
- 5.64 University of Tennessee Knoxville (posted 9/28/21)
- 5.65 University of Texas at Arlington (posted 10/10/21)
- 5.66 University of Texas - Austin
- 5.67 University of Texas - San Antonio
- 5.68 University of Utah
- 5.69 University of Vermont- Search was cancelled
- 5.70 University of Washington Tacoma (posted 9/21/21) ==
- 5.71 University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
- 5.72 University of Wisconsin - Madison
- 5.73 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
- 5.74 Virginia Commonwealth University (posted 10/7/21)
- 5.75 Washington University in St. Louis - Brown School (posted 10/13/21)
- 5.76 Wayne State
- 5.77 Westfield State University
- 5.78 Yeshiva University
Let's do this! Try to stick to a few guidelines when posting to keep things consistent:
- Post information about the position (or positions) including rank, source of information, and desired specialties.
- Update when you know if a school has announced or cancelled a search, done preliminary interviews, invited candidates out for job talks, or made offers, even if this information is anecdotal (but please note that it's anecdotal if it is)!
- Add date of posting to information whenever possible.
- Please Use === Heading 3 === when adding names of schools to this page.
A couple of features of this page, based on additional posts from past years:
- There are two general sections:
- Discussion: Post other job search related information here. In the past, topics have included:
- Tally of number of people checking this page
- Information about salaries offered relative to cost of living.
- Information about the number of places people have applied, number of initial interviews received, number of campus visits/job talks, and number of offers.
- Info on regular teaching load for each institution (e,g., 3 courses/semester is a 3-3 teaching load)
- Please feel free to add topics here!
- List of Schools: Post information about positions, here: FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS ACADEMIC, PLEASE DATE YOUR POSTS!
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- I think I have it fixed and everything restored, after a considerable amount of work. What happened was that someone edited an old version of the page. If you are doing this, you will get red alerts and messages before the wiki lets you save your work - please don't ignore these! -5120j (Academic Jobs Wiki moderator)
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Ratio of applications: 1st round interviews: Campus visits: Offers (example: 16:8:4:2)
**If you are hearing from schools, please list which school in the designated section!**
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10:2:? (inc. 1 post-doc, 1 public health)
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- If anyone has input on where different search committees are in their process, that would be a great addition!
- Received invitations for first round interviews from the following schools (9/22/21):
- East Carolina University
- University of Denver
- Boston College
- UGA - will be interviewing until mid-October
- University of Maryland
- University of Minnesota- Twin Cities- Was anyone invited for the screening interview? (x2)
- Does this being added here mean that someone received an interview?
- Received invitations for first round interviews from the following schools (9/22/21):
- A quick note: If anyone applied for the Gerontology position at UT Austin's School of Social Work, I received a call saying that they have a new policy that does not allow them to make offers to someone who does not have a PhD in hand, so they cannot consider people who are ABD.
- I received an email from Eastern Washington University that they had cancelled their search, but a new post would be made. I then looked; the new post is up, and it looks to be exactly the same. I am confused; Does anyone happen to have any more information?
- Did anyone else receive an email from UW-Madison asking for letters of reference to complete their application? (10/12) Yes! I got this email too (10/12).
- I also got an email on 10/12 from UW-Madison
- 10/13 I also got this email from UW-Madison.
- I applied 10/21 and received this email 10/22 from UW-Madison.
- I applied 10/22 and got the email on 10/22- So do we assume that everyone who applies is getting this request?
- I also got an email on 10/15 from UW-Madison. I think they're asking for letters from everyone.
- I received the same request on 10/20 (I applied 10/18)
- I applied but did not receive a request for references. Should I be concerned? Anyone else in this boat? I also did not receive a request for references. I am not sure what to make of it. I did not receive it either. When did you apply? I submitted my application on 10/29. Received a request for references via email on 11/11.
- I got the same request for references. Has anyone interviewed with UW-Madison/know where they are in their process? (x2)
- MSU Mankato- reference check notification on 10/21, no screening interview yet
- How many people have heard from Rutgers? Should I assume I won't hear from them at this point? (x2)
- I do not know, but since they have no deadline and are hiring for multiple positions, I expect that door is likely not closed yet.
- I just heard from them yesterday (10/28) to schedule an interview for next week
- Out of curiosity, if given the choice between in-person campus visit and virtual, which would you choose and why?
- I would choose in-person because it's important for me to be able to get a sense of the school's culture and to be able to see the campus, the classrooms etc. I also want to be spoilt a little with the free plane ticket, hotel room, and meals :).
- I feel the same way. I have done both and the in-person visit is very different. You really get to know people in a different way, you get to observe interactions among individuals in the department, and you get to see the school/area etc. I guess it is much easier to visualize yourself somewhere if you go there in person.
- Anyone else losing their mind with the waiting!?
- My mind doesn't even exist anymore. I'm really struggling with the different timelines that schools are moving at. I'm afraid that I will have an offer from a school before I hear back from others, and potentially be forced to choose something just for fear of losing out on the offer. Is anyone else worried about this?
- I feel exactly the same! The different timelines are so stressful. I find this process to be all-consuming, making it hard to work on other things.
- I agree. I have been slacking off on a lot of projects and have lost motivation to do other things because I'm so focused on this.
- YES to all of this - such a stressful time!! Thanks for providing space for this (*worrying*) here. Take care everyone!
- Yes! Feeling so exhausted about thinking about all this so much! Hope everyone is taking care of themselves & each other!
- Yes. It's all I can think about. I've applied to about 25 jobs. I created a spreadsheet. I refresh this page constantly. I'm sad my colleague showed me this page, to be honest. I haven't heard from my top choices and have campus visits scheduled for "backup" schools. I'm grateful, but I'm also future tripping about making a bad decision and feeling a bit bummed.
- Thank you so much for sharing this. Let me assure you, you are not alone. I have also applied to many jobs (I'm the one with the 30 jobs, 17 first-round interviews and 7 campus visits above) and have not heard back from my top choices. I also refresh every second and check my application statuses several times a day. I'm going insane. One of the schools I did a campus visit with has implied they will be making an offer soon and I am actually scared of getting the offer, because I haven't heard back from where I really want to be. I also have a family concern because my partner doesn't have an undergraduate degree and has struggled with getting jobs in the past. He is now with a good company and needs to stay where he is to advance his career. I know some schools help out with giving a spouse a job (and we aren't even married), but I don't know if a school would make it work for someone without a degree. I'm scared that I would have to accept an offer from a school before I hear back from my first choice, which I actually want to be at and it also works for my partner. And I'm afraid that if I turn any offers down, I may end up with no job :(. Why are they torturing us like this?
- I feel this too. Lots of factors to balance. One place I interviewed explicitly said to let them know if I received another offer before I heard back from them. Perhaps (when you get an offer) you could reach out to your top places and see if they can review your app quicker! Also, I bet if you are getting this much interest now, you will definitely continue to do so!
- Thank you so much for your wonderful advice and encouragement. It means a lot :)
- I'm the person who applied to 25 jobs. To the person who got 17 screening interviews and 7 campus visits, that's amazing! Congrats! And, I'm sure it makes the decision-making process stressful. It sounds like you have so many factors to consider. I hope you find something that works for your family. Don't forget to factor in your own happiness. I have a colleague who took a position in a place that's working out well for her family, but she's miserable. In some ways I'm lucky - I'm single and w/out kids, so it's just me to consider. My diss chair just keeps telling me to trust my gut and remember I don't have to stay at my first school forever.
- Thank you so much for reminding me to think of my own happiness. I've had to make decisions for family reasons for so long that I often forget about myself and what I need.
- I am loving the support here this year! We NEED a place to vent and commiserate, this process is so difficult and stressful!
- Yes, I'm grateful for this space as well and people so generously sharing information. This process is very challenging and stressful...I came to the market with confidence and a lot of hope and quickly realized that I totally underestimate how competitive it is...Please take care of yourself stay supportive of our fellow peers on the market, everyone!
- My mental health has really been suffering. I know I should be grateful to have received campus visit invitations, but I cancelled one because I am not doing well. Also, I was invited to an in-person campus visit, and now I'm sick. Just got a COVID test. Ugh.
- Awww, I'm so sorry that your mental heath has been suffering. It is so hard to balance responsibilities that we have (like teaching classes) and the fact that we are humans. Don't feel bad about having to cancel/postpone or even decline visits. Your mental health should come first, and needs to come first in order for you to do anything else. I hope you feel better <3
- Thank you
- I appreciate everyone speaking about their own experiences here. It makes me feel less alone. I am reaching my maximum stress level on the job market. I'm struggling to focus on everything and as wonderful and supportive as this board can be, I also struggle with seeing all the schools I really wanted to hear from moving forward in the process. I'm not sure how people are navigating the constant cycle of anxiety and self-doubt that comes from this process.
- I can relate. My emotions are all over the place. I hit a low when it felt like half the schools I had applied to were scheduling interviews with other people. This is a really tumultous process with high highs and low lows. I tell myself at least daily that I just need to stop looking at this page. It is so helpful! But it also gets me super in my head. But then I come and look daily "just to see." I don't know that I'm managing my anxiety or self-doubt very well (constantly find myself wondering what if I had published just one more article or done just more thing...). So no advice. Just solidarity.
- I have noticed a number of schools doing a three step process this year: screening interview, virtual job talk, in person campus visit -- what are your thoughts about this?
- Personally, I am not a fan at all. I feel like it lengthens the search process and disregards how emotionally taxing prepping for a job talk can be. Asking us to do a job talk when we are not a finalist (top <4ish) seems unfair to me.
- Who is doing this? That sounds awful.
- VCU and Salem State are both doing it this way. I am not sure about others
- I also think it is very inconsiderate of schools to have a 3 step hiring process. They clearly have all the power in this process and this is just another way of welding it. This kind of search process only benefits the school and is blind to the anxiety experienced by job seekers. It really shows how our SW schools do not practice what they preach.
- Has anyone heard anything from Texas State? The application "deadline" was 10/15.
- Have not heard anything at all from them. I'm surprised it is taking long, given the deadline of 10/15.
- I have a campus visit where no dinner or breakfast is scheduled. I guess they are expecting me to buy my own dinner and breakfast while there and I don't know how I feel about that :/
- I think I would probably see this as a positive. While the meals are a good time for more informal interactions, they are still part of the interview. I would appreciate the time to relax! It does seem odd though.
- Yes, it definitely is a weight off my shoulders in terms of having to be on my best behavior while eating, and also navigating the whole alcohol situation (I don't typically drink, but felt I had to on one visit because every one was). My only annoyance is the expectation of having a candidate spend money out of their pocket for a visit; the school is supposed to cover all financial expenses for the trip. I'm also super burnt out and I'm just complaining a lot now :D
- My experience is they will reimburse you for any and all expenses related to the trip. I had one site visit that told me to report everything for reimbursement, even if it was a snack I bought in the airport.
- Any thoughts on schools and the dates/times they give? I am having a hard time navigating the month of December because several schools are suddenly moving forward with screening interviews and campus visits in December, all at the same time. Many schools just hand out dates and expect us to drop everything to make it on those days, but just as they are inviting several applicants, I'm sure we are all interacting with several schools as well. I don't want to lose out on any opportunities, but am also having a hard time finding any availability before Christmas, which many schools are asking for.
- Yes, I had 3 campus visits in 2 weeks, which was entirely unmanageable. I am grateful, but 2 were on back-to-back days. My heightened stress is off the charts, I need this process to stop!
- Literally from November 29th to December 17th, I have a campus visit or am traveling to a campus visit every single week day. I'm very very grateful but holy S, will I even exist? How are you surviving? How did you even get your head to switch from one school to another back to back? Any tips appreciated.
- That sounds really, really difficult. I don't think I have specific tips other than, if you have 4-5+ campus visits, it's likely you'll get at least one job offer, so it may be worth considering whether any of the jobs/locations are not the best fit for you, and if it might be possible for you to cancel or postpone that visit to help preserve your ability to stay strong for the other campus visits. Just my 2 cents.
- Thank you for the advice. I've definitely been struggling with balancing it all because some schools have moved much faster than others (meaning I agreed to visits because I was scared I wouldn't get any, and then later got visits from places that I actually wanted). A friend also suggested I cancel the visits at schools that I know I likely won't go to, but I feel bad that flights and accomodations have already been booked. I feel like I have to do it just so I'm not a shitty person who backs out. If I do burn out and lose out on all the jobs, I guess it's gonna be all on me. Yay. This is...fun. I guess.
- Yes, I've experienced some schools being really pushy and not giving candidates much flexibility with scheduling the visit. Feels like they are not being considerate of the lives we all have at home and what we have to schedule around with other schools.
- SSWR & Job Search Related Thoughts/Questions:
- I've heard that in the past SSWR was a place to do the screening interviews (although this is not as common anymore due to the search moving up the calendar earlier) - anyone out there who have been contacted by schools for screening interviews or informal meetings at SSWR?
- Also, anyone going to SSWR because of the academic search (i.e. check out the schools, generally meet faculty from the schools etc)?
- Yes, I was also heavily encouraged to go to SWWR for job interviews but at this point, I don't even think that any schools are doing anything there. Perhaps COVID is why, since schools are realizing they can just do the Zoom interviews, which are easier for everyone. I'm thinking of just attending SWWR virtually, so I can save that travel money.
Lists of Schools that have Interviewed / Made Offers
- Schools Interviewed Online (screening)
- DU, online interview scheduled for late Sept (x3) and early Oct (x2) (date they contacted you? Could you also share the date you submitted your application?) -submitted application mid-August, contacted after Labor Day.
- (10/5/2021) DU application submitted 9/28, contacted for online interview 10/4/21, interview scheduled for week of 10/11/21.
- UGA, invitation for online screening interview week of 9/20 (applied 8/28, contacted 9/14) (x2)
- ECU, screening interview week of 9/20 (applied 8/25, contacted 9/15; x2 - contacted 9/17; x3 - contacted 9/17) (applied 8/21, contacted 9/16)
- Boston College
- Houston (contacted 9/30 to schedule interview on Oct 6 or 13) x3 (& 10/29)
- University of Maryland (MSW/PhD Program Position) (contacted 10/01/2021; x3 - contacted 10/4, contacted 10/15)
- University of Maryland (BSW Program Position) (Contacted 10/04/2021)
- CSU Long Beach (Contacted 10/07/21)
- University of Wyoming (10/08)
- Erikson Institute (Contacted 10/9/21)
- Idaho State University (Contacted 10/13/2021)
- Rutgers (contacted 10/14), (10/28) x2
- UC Colorado Springs (contacted 10/15)
- Anyone heard from UTK? (10/17): Yes, UTK contacted me today (10/29)
- University of Memphis (contacted 10/19) x6 (10/21)
- Baylor University (contacted 10/19)
- Binghamton (contacted 10/22) x4
- Florida State University (contacted 10/22) x4
- Bryn Mawr (contacted 10/26) x2 did anyone get a time solidified? I haven't heard back after I selected a time. They said they were interviewing people on Fri 11/5 and Mon 11/8. Interviewed 11/5. Do you know when we will be hearing back? they didn't give a timeline during my interview. --I believe that they have now offered job talks (11/17/21) :_( This is the most depressing thing I've heard all week. I'm so sorry to hear that :( Please try to take care of yourself. I know we academics often feel like this is our whole entire world, but remember that there is so much more to life than this. There will be another place for you, and never forget your worth. I didn't even get a screening interview with Bryn Mawr, but I got a campus visit from a school that's ranked in the top 10. I hope great news comes to you soon, take care :)
- UT Arlington (contacted 10/26) x6
- UT Knoxville (10/29/21) x5 - Was anyone invited to the campus visit from UT Knoxville? as of 11/23 I haven't heard anything; 11/25 received email this morning that I am a finalist and details about campus visits are forthcoming. x2 re: visit (11/25)
- UM-Duluth (10/29/21) x2 - not really a screening interview, includes research presentation and interviews; all except teaching demo
- Anyone have any insight into how many people are on the UM-Duluth shortlist? Their approach to interviews is different from other schools...
- I have a full day interview scheduled with them including research presentation ,meeting with the search committee, the chair and the dean. x2
- Does anyone know if UM-Duluth is a research or teaching university? I don't know for sure, but I expect more teaching. Finalists will be brought to campus for a teaching demo - teaching demos rarely happen for research universities.
- Did anyone complete the interview with UMD yet?. Could you share what was the conversation about with the chair and dean? who attend the research presentation? Mine is next week, but my guess is that attendance will be very low - given the proximity to Thanksgiving, and the meetings with the Dean and Chair will be more informative - as they are in a campus visit. I don't know how many people they are interviewing, but my guess is not that many, so this is essentially a campus visit.- Yes, that does sound like a campus visit indeed. Are you an ABD applying for the Assistant Professor position? I am a postdoc applying to the assistant prof position.-Can you give us an update on the interview if you had it. What was it like?. Do they sound like research or teaching oriented? They are a bit more teaching oriented (60% teaching), though they do still appear to emphasize research (30% research - in talking to them, they sounded like they emphasize research more than a lot of other similar programs). The "visit' was exactly like a virtual campus visit - it is wild to me that this was not the final stage of the process - it was intense. Meetings with chair and dean were informational, answering my questions and getting to know me better. Seems like a great place.--Was anyone invited to the campus visit, yet?
- University of Minnesota- Twin Cities- Was anyone invited to the screening interview? --I submitted my application weeks ago but have not got an invite for screening. I'm also curious whether they have already contacted people..
- I've heard that they just started reviewing applications last week or the week before. Not confirmed though!
- Any updates on the screening interview or campus visit (11/22)? - For me, no I haven't heard back from them (11/25)
- Contacted for screening interview scheduling (11/29 x2)- They seem to start the process late. Are you a Ph.D. candidate or post-doc? I am a PhD Candidate.
- Virginia Commonwealth (11/1) x3 (Dates offered between Nov 3-12, open search) x2 (Dates offered week of Nov 15th) x2
- Utah State (11/1) X3 (11/14) interview scheduled 11/17-- Is this a screening interview or campus visit scheduled for 11/17? Thanks (11/17 screening interview). I was notified on 11/19 that I was not selected for a campus visit (I did have a screening interview).
- University of Louisville (11/1) x5
- Salem State (11/4) X4
- UW Tacoma (11/4) X3
- University of Michigan (11/4)
- University of Texas - San Antonio (11/4) X6 - Does anyone who interviewed at UTSA remember when they said they were going to reach out for campus visits? Before thanksgiving or after? I can't remember! I don't remember what they said about campus visits, I think it was a vague reply without any specific times. When I asked, I just remember getting this high and mighty vibe from them. No one even cracked a smile. Another colleague thought they were really nice, so maybe it was just me. - Not just you, I found them very hard to read. That is helpful though, I must not remember because they were really vague.
- Cal Poly Pomona (11/4) x2
- Syracuse University - Applied 10/20, contacted 11/5. x2, applied 10/18, contacted 11/9 x2. - Was anyone invited to the campus visit? - I have not heard back since the screening interview...x3
- West Virginia University (11/6) Was anyone invited to the campus visit? - I have not heard back since the screening interview - They said they would be meeting this week, so invites will likely go out later this week. - Thanks a lot for this information!
- Augsburg (contact 11/6 for 11/11 interview)
- Chico State (11/9)
- University of Alabama X4
- University of Kansas (11/15) X2
- University of Texas-Permian Basin (contacted 11/15)
- Barry University (contacted 11/16)
- University of Kentucky (11/16) x3 (11/26)x2
- UNLV (11/17) x3
- University of New Hampshire (contacted 11/19) X2
- Eastern Washington University (11/19)
- Saint Louis University (11/19)
- University of South Alabama (11/19) - they are doing initial informal Zoom meetings/introductions, then a more structured screening interview, then campus visits
- University of Central Florida (11/22) x4
- Texas Christain University (11/23)
- UChicago (11/24)
- Univ of Minnesota - Twin Cities (11/29)
- Schools Scheduled Campus Visits
- (10/18/21) DU campus visit scheduled for November.
- Saginaw Valley University (Campus visits in October) (position starts Spring 2022)
- 10/12 - ECU campus visit scheduled for late October x2 - Those who had a campus visit, did they ever contact your refs? I was told by my refs that they requested letters on 11/17. x3 Were all three for the assistant professor position or did anyone apply for the teaching faculty position? I am for assistant professor x3 (there are two assistant professor positions) - Any news here? Letters of rec aren't due until 11/30 - so I wonder if they have made an offer or if they are waiting until then. My references were requested but no offer has been made. x3
- UGA (let me know they are moving forward to campus visits w/ other candidates 10/26)
- UC Colorado Springs campus visits scheduled in late November/early December
- UW-Milwaukee campus visit scheduled for mid-November (no screening interview)
- Cal Poly Pomona (11/4): campus visit scheduled from mid Nov to early Dec (no screening interview) x2
- Erikson Institute campus visit scheduled for early December
- University of Maryland (BSW) for early November
- Are they wrapping up their search? I had a screening interview several weeks ago and never heard back. I'm heartbroken.
- I'm so sorry that you haven't heard back yet. A lot of schools just move along without giving any notice to people who took the time to apply for their jobs, which I think is highly inconsiderate. They told me that they had invited four candidates for the virtual campus visit, so I'm assuming they have moved along in the process. I did mine a while back and have not heard anything since then, so I'm assuming they have moved on with someone else.
- Baylor University for November or early December
- Florida State University for late November to early/mid December - Did they send invitation for campus visit? I got a phone call informing me of the invitation and confirming whether I wanted virtual or in-person, and then an email with dates to pick from for the visit. --Was the phone call and email before or after the CSWE conference? It was after CSWE, this past Monday (11/08/2021)--Are you being considered for the assistant or the associate position?. Thanks. The posting I applied to was open-rank, but I am ABD, so it would be for the assistant professor level. I believe they are trying to hire at least two people at any rank. ---I do not mean to discourage you because you are an ABD, I hope that they are serious about you. All their faculty members are graduate of their own school especially the search committee members!. If you are not a graduate of their school, it could be that you are one of those who are invited to tick the box that "the effort has been made". Good luck. Well, this WAS very discouraging to read, which I think you already knew since you started the sentence with "I do not mean to discourage you." It makes me wonder if there is even any point to me taking the time to do the campus visit, if there is no chance it will go anywhere. Bummer. Fuck that... i dont know who wrote that discouraging ass shit but if they invited you for a visit they want you!! Go do that campus visit and blow their minds!!! If anything you get practice for a campus visit.-- I do agree it is a good practice. Please read the many books published about faculty search. I am happy to send you couple of those books, or you can find them online. One of them was published by Stanford University. I have been on search committees so don't need to read books to understand how the process works. All i am asking is for this to be a safe space where people can go to feel supported... not discouraged by your harmful comments. People are LUCKY to get campus visits right now and they need to feel good and supported not discouraged from even trying. Leave the rejection of applicants to the schools... its not your place.
- I can assure you that anyone getting flown out to FSU is actually in competition for the position, regardless of your status. They are hiring 2 lines and flying 6 people out. I will say that most are from pretty high ranked schools and have a solid publication record. My advice is to have your "why FSU" answers ready. AND GOOD LUCK! Keep your confidence UP and try to leave those pesky imposter syndrome ABD feelings at the door. YOU HAVE MADE IT THIS FAR: YOU JUST NEED TO DISPLAY YOUR FIT. Also, remember: You are interviewing them too.
- Coming to cosign that this is not true. There are only 3 FSU grads on faculty, all of which left and came back several years later. I know ABDs are definitely being considered for this position. Do not be discouraged!! You are being invited out for a reason-be confident and most importantly, have fun!
- Thank you so much to every one who provided encouragement above. There are several layers of imposter syndrome for me, and I have experienced so many highs and lows in this process. Some very high-tier schools have moved forward with me, while some super low-tier schools have not, so it has been very confusing too. I'm truly grateful for this page; it has been a source of comfort in a very difficult time. Thanks everyone!
- Minnesota State Mankato- mid November (no screening interview)
- University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (Late November to Early December)
- Montclair State (early Dec. - scheduling for two positions late Nov/early Dec)
- Binghamton University - scheduling for early-mid Dec
- Please keep this page updated on how your visit goes -- I'm super interested in Binghamton but won't be ABD until next year (and I of course no guarantee they'll have a position open next year but still, I'm curious)
- Augsburg - visit scheduled for early Dec.
- Rutgers - virtual visit scheduled for December
- Ah! They just told me the other day that campus visits wouldn't happen until spring semester! Congrats !! and also wondering what this means for me! Yes, in their original email they told me that it would be in mid-late January, but to let them know if the visit should be moved up for any reason. I have another campus visit, so I let them know and then they scheduled for December. Hoping for good news for you!
- Congrats on the visit! Do you mind saying which concentration you applied for? Sure! It is for health/healthcare disparities. Thanks and good luck!
- Utah State - scheduling visits for early December (week of Dec. 6) - Date they contacted you? 11/19
- University of Texas-Permian Basin for December
- Barry University for December (virtual)
- University of Louisville (11/22) - early December-virtual
- University of Texas-Arlington for early to mid December- Date they contacted you? Today, 11/23/2021 (x3)
- Did anyone else recieve a request for a background check from UTA after the campus visit invitation? I thought this was something that happened after the offer (11/29). I received the background check request as well
- Just wondering how many people got campus visit from UTA? I haven't got any campus visit. :(
- There are still a lot of schools that haven't reached out for campus visits (or screening interviews for that matter) - don't lose hope! And to answer your question, I had a screener for UTA, but did not get a campus invite. ---Thank you so much for saying that. :) To add to that, UTA is hiring six positions so they will likely bring 12+ people to campus, so it will likely take them some time to reach out to everyone, just by the sheer number of people they would be contacting. So be on the lookout for contact from them for sure!
- Just wondering how many people got campus visit from UTA? I haven't got any campus visit. :(
- Did anyone else recieve a request for a background check from UTA after the campus visit invitation? I thought this was something that happened after the offer (11/29). I received the background check request as well
- Boston College may or may not have completed campus visits, but I know they started a little while ago
- University of Tennessee Knoxville/Nashville: sent email on 11/25 to announce details about campus visits are forthcoming (x2)
- Arizona State University: contacted on 11/23 for virtual campus visit week of 12/6 or 12/13 (no 1st round interview, although I did have great conversations with the Search Committee Chair and other faculty before submitting my app)
- ASU invited me to apply, but I haven't heard anything. Anyone else get a virtual campus visit?
- UM-Duluth x2
- Schools That Have Made Offers
- Do we think any schools have made offers yet? There were a few pretty early campus visits?
- Yes, I think so. There are a lot of people on the market who 1) May not be on this page at all, and 2) Might look at this page but may not update it. Given these factors, I think there is a high likelihood that offers have been made for at least University of Denver and East Carolina University.
- I heard Boston College has hired at least one Assistant Professor so far. Their call for apps was early on in July for 2 open-rank, tenure-track positions with a start date of July 1, 2022. However, this candidate will be starting in Fall 2023 to allow time to complete a postdoc. This is a little odd to me, but it would not surprise me if negotiated start dates happen a lot in academia. I also wonder if they additionally had a spot open to replace someone who is leaving in 2023 and that this is an added position? Does this happen a lot with faculty searches, where they are willing to negotiate a start date that far out? Just want to know your thoughts on this. What would make an institution wait for a candidate this long over ready applicants? Big congrats to the candidate either way! According to my advisor, it is fairly common to negotiate a later start date after receiving an offer. To answer your initial question, why would an institution wait for someone. For an institution like BC, they want someone with a proven track record of publications and other productivity. If you come out of your doc program with a lot of publications that is a plus and you may be able to extend that work during your postdoc. The postdoc will allow the person to apply for grants you cannot apply for as a doc student and transition that to a faculty position ($$ for the hiring uni). It also allows them time to develop manuscripts that can be submitted when you are on the TT. All this means you are more likely to get tenure. All this benefits the hiring university. A TT position is a long-term investment for universities so they want someone they believe will get tenure. This is the thinking of the high research universities more. A teaching university needs you to start right away because they need you to teach. I know other post docs that have been able to negotiate a later start date for positions. I am a current postdoc. Wow thank you for this detailed response! This is really good insight for all of us. I actually think that’s cool that a school is willing to work with candidates in that way to further develop them for tenure positions.
- I didn't have a lot of opportunities to publish in my program, but have worked on multiple research projects and have TONS of teaching experience (5 years as an adjunct, 2 years fixed term, over 100 students every quarter). Would it make sense for me to consider post-doc positions to help establish a stronger record of publication?
- This is just based on my experience -- I also had minimal opportunities to publish during my grad program, but like you got a lot of teaching experience. I decided to do a post doc (all research) and it has been sooo helpful for my research trajectory. I have been able to develop a really clear and well-defined research plan with many publications, things in the pipeline, as well as data that I will be able to use when starting a TT job (also got grant writing experience). I think a postdoc can definitly be worth it and if you are low on pubs, it is likely to make you more competitive on the market. Not a necessity, but helpful - especially if you are interested in R1 universities.
- My personal opinion: a post-doc is only reasonable if your financial and family circumstances allow. Remember, it's a temporary position and the pay is often much lower than a faculty position. It's also time taken away from getting to tenure, which is the ultimate goal for all of us. I would say, apply to faculty positions and post-docs too, and then review your options based on salary etc. A faculty position at an R2 insitution for example, can still allow you to potentially make more money, and build a publication/grant record to transfer to an R1, if that's your goal.
- I didn't have a lot of opportunities to publish in my program, but have worked on multiple research projects and have TONS of teaching experience (5 years as an adjunct, 2 years fixed term, over 100 students every quarter). Would it make sense for me to consider post-doc positions to help establish a stronger record of publication?
- Boston College: 1 Assistant Professor Position Filled; Start Date: Fall 2023 (as of 11/23/21-ish)
Jobs posted 2021-2022
Augsburg University (Minneapolis, MN) - posted 9/20/21
- 1 TT Assistant Professor position in the Department of Social Work.
- The Social Work Department at Augsburg University is distinctive for its anti-racist, anti-oppressive, and culturally responsive emphasis as well as deep-seated commitment to social justice and global issues. We offer small class sizes and we leverage our strong community connections. BSW class schedules include weekdays and evenings; MSW classes meet in-person two weekends per month and asynchronously on-line.
- The successful candidate will be expected to have the ability to teach across the BSW, MSW Foundation, and/or in the clinical or macro concentration programs. Those with clinical experience and/or expertise in the substance abuse field are encouraged to apply.
- Augsburg University has approximately 2,000 traditional undergraduate students, 400 adult undergraduate students and 1,000 graduate students. The University's commitment to intentional diversity is reflected in the student body: For the past two years, students of color represented more than 50% of the incoming first-year undergraduate class. Augsburg's commitment to an intentionally diverse community goes beyond race and ethnicity and includes programs for first-generation students; non-traditional-age students; students from a broad array of faith backgrounds, cultures and nationalities; students of various gender and sexual orientation identities; students in recovery; and students with disabilities.
- If you are thinking about getting off the "publish or perish" R1 train and want to work at a place where students, teaching, and community engagement come first, please check us out.
- Open until filled, apply here.
- Questions? Contact Dr. Erin Sugrue, Search Committee Chair, email@example.com
Arizona State University
- 4 Assistant Professor Positions in the School of Social Work (SSW)
- Priorities: child well-being, gerontology and/or lifelong disability, social welfare policy and populations of the Southwest
- SSW holds a strong commitment to community-embedded research that advances evidence-based practice and makes a difference in our local and global communities
- We are committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging; as such, we especially encourage people from historically underrepresented populations to apply
- The application deadline is November 15, 2021, 8:00p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis for a reserve pool.
- Was anyone invited to the initial screening interview from Arizona State University?
- I applied, but haven't heard anything.
- Barry University School of Social Work is the top ranked school of social work in South Florida and is in Miami Shores, just miles from bustling downtown and some of the best beaches in the world. Barry University has been serving students in the Catholic tradition for the last eight decades and is known for its social justice leadership, commitment to service, and diverse student body. The School offers a baccalaureate (BSW), masters (MSW), and two doctoral degrees, (DSW) and (PhD). BUSSW is committed to advancing and protecting the human rights of all individuals, with an emphasis on those most marginalized, through teaching, research, advocacy, and practice rooted in social justice. The School believes that learning leads to knowledge and truth, reflection leads to informed action, and a commitment to social justice leads to collaborative service.
- Assistant to Associate
Bryn Mawr College (PA)
- TT Assistant, Advanced Assistant, or Associate Position in Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research
- Seeking expertise in areas such as: the impact of early adversity on development, culturally responsive translational research, and/or evidence-informed approaches to substance abuse and addictions.
- The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to address issues of power, privilege, and oppression in social work education, research, and practice, while having an understanding of how to bridge “micro” and “macro” social work practice and research.
- Candidates must have an MSW, at least two years post-MSW practice experience, and a Ph.D. in Social Work or a related discipline by the start date.
- To apply for this position, candidates must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, research statement, and statement of demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion to the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research Search Committee via Interfolio at: https://apply.interfolio.com/90038. In addition, arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted via Interfolio to the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research Search Committee. Applications received October 15, 2021 will receive full consideration.
California State University Chico
- TT Assistant Professor Position in the School of Social Work.
- CSU Chico has pursued a diverse student body which has resulted in a student population that is largely made up of under-represented and first-generation students. The University is designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution.
- The minimum education requirement for appointment to this position is a master’s degree in Social Work, two years of post MSW practice experience, and an earned doctorate in Social Work or related field. Candidates nearing completion of the terminal degree may be considered; however, all requirements for conferral of the degree must be met no later than August 17, 2022.
- This tenure-track position carries responsibilities in the areas of teaching both graduates and undergraduates, research and scholarship and service which entails committee work at various levels of the University. Teaching assignments are based upon qualifications of the individual and the needs of the department.
- Review of applications will begin on November 5, 2021; Complete applications received after that date may be considered.
California State University - Long Beach
California State University - Los Angeles
California State University - Monterey Bay
- Assistant Professor of Social Work
- Priority Screening Date: 1/18/22.
California State University - Monterey Bay
- Counselor/MSW Training Program Coordinator - CSUMB Personal Growth and Counseling Center
- Priority Screening Date: 11/19/21. Complete applications received after that date may be considered.
California State University - San Marcos
- We strongly encourage applications from candidates who demonstrate that they will contribute to the diversity and excellence of our community through their teaching, research, and service. The Department offers a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree, with a specialization in Advanced Generalist Practice. The Department has three program options: advanced standing, two-year, and three-year. Most courses are offered in-person on the main campus with some hybrid options. For a description of the program and courses, see https://www.csusm.edu/socialwork/.
- Assistant or Associate
- CSSW is now seeking scholars of race and racism, with a particular focus on anti-Black and/or anti-Latinx racism. We are adopting a “systems thinking” approach to analyzing the complex forces that drive disparities, and how those forces interrelate. A systems science mindset affords us the opportunity to explore how economic, education, criminal justice, child welfare, technology, implementation, and health systems are interwoven and have a deep impact on the well-being of Black and Latinx individuals, families, and communities. We are actively recruiting additional colleagues to join a growing cluster of post-docs and faculty at the junior and senior levels in the aforementioned areas to help untangle these formidable issues and reveal systems solutions to restructuring policies and practices to maximize well-being and achieve equity for Black and Latinx communities.
Eastern Carolina University
Florida Atlantic University
- For more information and to apply, visit www.fau.edu/jobs and go to Apply Now REQ11513, REQ11514
Florida State University
- 9/3/2021. Florida State University will be hiring 2 tenure-track positions, open rank
- Job ID: 49998.
- Application review begins Oct 15, 2021
- The Florida State University College of Social Work (FSU CSW) invites applications for multiple tenure-earning Open-rank faculty positions beginning in the Fall of 2022. The College educates students through its BSW, MSW (Clinical and Social Leadership concentrations) and research-based Ph.D. programs. The College is seeking candidates with research agendas that can contribute to collaborative research in demonstrably fundable areas (e.g., gerontology, poverty, behavioral health, criminal justice, health, child welfare, and addictions). Candidates must also demonstrate a commitment to teaching, research, external funding, and professional service.
- Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to respecting and promoting a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
George Mason University
Hawai'i Pacific University
Idaho State University
Kennesaw State University
- Assistant or Associate
- To apply, visit https://careers.hprod.onehcm.usg.edu/psp/careers/CAREERS/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=43000&JobOpeningId=233868&PostingSeq=1
Montclair State University
- The Department of Social Work and Child Advocacy at Montclair State University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin September 2022. Area of research specialization is open, but research and expertise must intersect with children, youth, and families. The responsibilities of the current position include an active scholarly agenda (with the expectation of the pursuit of external funding) and teaching with principal assignment in the department’s Social Work programs, but with the expectation to teach in the Child Advocacy and Policy programs as well. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated excellence in teaching and scholarship commensurate with experience.
National Cheng-Chi University(Taiwan)
- Apply by February 9, 2022
- Tenure-Track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor Position
- To Apply go to:https://socialwork.nccu.edu.tw/eng/PageDoc/Detail?fid=5640&id=12655
- The Graduate Institute of Social Work, National Chengchi University in Taiwan, invites applications for a tenure-track position in Social Work/Social Welfare at the rank of Assistant/Associate/Full Professorship. Our Institute is committed to building a community of scholars whose work contributes to social inclusion and social justice. We seek leading or emerging voices in various social domains who possess a demonstrated commitment to advancing social equity in Taiwan, Asia, or internationally. Candidates who can teach courses at the graduate level in Social Research Methods are preferred.The position starting date is August 1st, 2022.
New Mexico State University
New York University
Ohio University (Zanesville)
- OHIO University Zanesville seeks an Assistant Professor of Instruction in Social Work (non-tenure track). Available August 16, 2022 to teach introduction to social work, human behavior in the social environment, research and practice classes. This position is 1.0 FTE with a teaching load of 24 semester hours or equivalent per academic year as well as advising and other service to the Social Work program.
Purdue University 
- Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor in Human Development and Family Studies at Purdue University. The position is a full-time, 9-month non-tenure track appointment with an anticipated start date of August 2022. Clinical faculty are full members of the HDFS faculty and are expected to demonstrate excellence in teaching undergraduate course content in lifespan human development and family studies, and lead one or more classes that make up the practical skills or capstone selections in the human services major. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2021. To Apply go to: https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=16014&company=purdueuniv
Rutgers University (NJ)
- Rutgers University School of Social Work (RUSSW) will be hiring multiple Open Rank faculty (tenure-track Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Full Professor). We are particularly interested in scholars in the following areas:
- Technology and social work
- Social determinants of health and/or health care practice
- Juvenile and criminal justice practice and reform
- Immigration and refugee needs and social policy
- Impacts of climate change and environmental justice
- Same question about the environment/school culture here; was also interested but heard that they aren't the best with mentorship of junior faculty? Is this true?
- No, it is not true to me. I am a tenure-track assistant professor at Rutgers School of Social Work, and have passed my 3rd year review. I feel that the school and faculty has been very supportive to my own growth towards tenure. The school has a formal mentorship program. This program helps junior faculty members develop their mentor network within the school. For example, I have two mentors, whom I have regular meetings with every semester. Also, the Associate Dean for Faculty Development supervises the mentorship program and also meets with junior faculty regularly to help create goals and address the needs of research, teaching, and service. The mentorship program will continue till you go up for tenure. The university offers different mentorship programs for junior faculty as well. I have completed one, which provides mentor network outside of our school, workshops on teaching and research, and peer support group across departments/schools.
- 2. I am also an Assist Prof at Rutgers SSW on the tenure-track. I truly cannot imagine a more supportive place to be on the TT. There are a ton of structural supports with close attention to protecting time, mentorship, and providing the resources to be successful. And to top it off, it is an incredibly collegial and warm atmosphere. I feel very lucky to be here.
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY (posted 11/22/21)
- 3 positions available - 2 TT Assistant; 1 Associate
- https://slu.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/Tegeler-Hall/Tenure-Track-Assistant-Professor-Social-Work_2021-03885 (Posted November 19th)
- https://slu.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/Tegeler-Hall/Tenure-Track-Associate-Professor-Social-Work_2021-03861 (Posted November 18th)
- https://slu.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/Tegeler-Hall/Tenure-Track-Assistant-Professor-Social-Work_2021-03661 (Posted Oct 25th)
Southern Connecticut State University
- Search has been extended as of 11/17/21; searching for someone with clinical expertise in treating mental illness and substance abuse disorder. University has an intentional social justice mission; social work department is fairly large with BSW, MSW, and DSW programs. Department is in search of a disciplinary scholar devoted to a student-centric approach that can enhance our current efforts and mission.
- Has anyone applied here? I met them at CSWE and they were very nice. Any info about the environment?
St. Joseph College
- The School of Social Work seeks a faculty member to fill a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level. The faculty member is expected to conduct an active program of research and publication, including seeking external funding to support research. Teaching expectations include teaching courses at the graduate and/or undergraduate level in an area consistent with one’s expertise; serving as a student academic advisor; and supporting student engagement in research. Service to the school, college, university, profession, or community also is expected.
Texas State University (San Marcos, Texas)
- is hiring for 1 tenure-track Assistant Professor Position. Review begins 10/15/2021. Link: https://jobs.hr.txstate.edu/postings/36098
Texas State University (Lubbock, Texas)
- Texas Tech University (TTU) invites applications for a tenure track position in Social Work at the level of Assistant Professor to begin fall of 2022. Candidates whose research and/or practice interests will expand the diversity and range of expertise in the unit are highly desirable, as are those with experience teaching diverse student populations, including first-generation, non-traditional, and veteran students.
University of Alabama
- The University of Alabama School of Social Work invites applications for one faculty appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-track) to begin August 16, 2022. We are particularly interested in applicants whose scholarship focuses on Social and Racial Justice. Successful candidates should have (1) clear evidence of potential for a strong record of scholarship, (2) potential to secure external funding, (3) commitment to teaching and mentoring BSW, MSW, DSW, and PhD students; and (4) experience with, knowledge of, and sensitivity to the needs of culturally diverse and underrepresented populations and communities. SPECIAL NOTE TO APPLICANTS: As a School, we prioritize promoting practices and structures that support diversity, equity, and inclusion in our work and in the community. The inclusion of underrepresented groups across the School is essential to facilitate the contributions of diverse leaders with distinctive ideas within the discipline. Members of our School are committed to cultivating culturally sustaining practices and community-engaged research in health, behavioral health, and social and economic justice solutions for Alabama and the nation.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
- The University of Arkansas-Little Rock School of Social Work invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position. The School is Arkansas’ largest and oldest social work program. We are looking for a faculty member that can teach core social work curriculum in a variety of methodologies. The School serves a vibrant metropolitan community through teaching, research, and service. The candidate should be comfortable playing an active role in supporting, mentoring, and teaching a diverse student population in the MSW and BSW programs. The position has the flexibility of starting in January 2022 or Fall of 2022.
University of California - Berkeley
University of California - Los Angeles
University of British Columbia
University at Buffalo (SUNY)
- Anyone hear from Buffalo yet? As of 11/14, I have not heard from them.
University of Central Florida
- The School of Social Work at the College of Health Professions and Sciences at the University of Central Florida (UCF) invites applications for a tenure-earning assistant professor or a tenured associate professor. We are looking for a colleague who is committed to innovative, collaborative, and interdisciplinary research and publicly engaged scholarship; teaching excellence and student success; meaningful community engagement; and social justice, equity, and inclusivity. As a diverse institution we center access, belonging, and diverse perspectives. We are seeking an individual who can demonstrate effective engagement in an environment where colleagues and students come from many backgrounds and identities, as well as someone who can demonstrate commitment to equitable and inclusive teaching and research practices.
University of Chicago
- Has anyone heard back from UChicago? I got a rejection email 11/03.
University of Denver (DU)
- Multiple openings (tenure-track Assistant(s), tenured Associate) at the Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW)
- Priority areas: Health and Wellness, Policy Practice, Anti-Oppressive Social Work
- Apply by 11/1 through DU Jobs
- rejection email: 10/7
- rejection email: 10/19 (did the rejection email come after the screening interview?--no, never received an invitation for a screening interview)
- announcement of one position filled: 11/29
- oh wow! I did a campus visit and was told the earliest I'd hear back would be the week of Dec 6th :/
- There are still two more positions to be filled and a meeting tomorrow to discuss the last two candidates. The Dec 6th might still be true for those last two positions. Stay positive!
University of Georgia (Athens, GA)
- At least one tenure-track Assistant Professor Position in the School of Social Work
- Priorities: non-profit management and leadership; (im)migration; abolitionist, anti-racist, anti-oppressive pedagogy and practice; health equity; environmental justice; community-engaged research; macro and policy practice; intersectional social justice; and human and civil rights
- Open until filled, but apply early, apply through UGA Jobs (F0945P)
- ALSO hiring one non-tenure Clinical Assistant Professor Position
- Teaching areas: advanced and foundational social work courses, particularly human behavior in the social environment and advanced clinical practice with individuals
- Open until filled, apply through UGA Jobs (F0974P)
- Does anyone know about the environment/school culture here? Was interested in applying but wanted to get a better feel for it beforehand.
University of Houston
- he Graduate College of Social Work (GCSW) at the University of Houston, a Carnegie Designated Tier One Research University, invites applications for full-time tenure track assistant professors. At the GCSW, our vision is to achieve social, racial, economic, and political justice, local to global. We invite applicants whose research, scholarship, and teaching advance the social work profession and contribute to achieving this vision. We are particularly interested in applicants whose scholarship focuses on critical issues of racial justice and who approach this work through liberatory frameworks. Appointments will begin September 1, 2022. ABOUT THE GCSW: The GCSW is the largest graduate social work program located in Houston, the fourth largest city in the United States. Houston is an international and multicultural city, and the University and College reflect this diversity. The University of Houston has been designated a Hispanic Serving Institution and is recognized as being one of the most racially and ethnically diverse research institutions in the nation. Our MSW program is ranked in the top 10% of all social work programs nationwide, and offers face-to-face, hybrid, and online curriculum options. Our PhD program focuses on developing scholars that contribute to evidence-based social work. Our MSW and PhD programs include a strong focus on and commitment to social justice and anti-racism. As a graduate-only College, the GCSW serves approximately 500 MSW and 30 PhD students. The University of Houston is a member of the Texas Medical Center, which includes the MD Anderson Cancer Center, UT Medical School, Michael E. DeBakey Veteran's Administration Medical Center, and Baylor College of Medicine. In addition, UH has recently begun training its inaugural class in the newly established UH College of Medicine. This environment is rich in potential for numerous collaborative opportunities. Our faculty are actively engaged in groundbreaking research and scholarship to address complex challenges facing society, reinforcing our long-standing commitment to social and racial justice. Over the last 5 years, the GCSW faculty has secured over $20 million in external grant funding. For more information please visit our web site at www.uh.edu/socialwork. Applicants must show clear evidence of potential for impact in research, teaching, and community engagement. As stated above, applicants should demonstrate a commitment to the GCSW's vision and identify how their research, teaching, and community engagement contributes to this vision. The GCSW has a strong commitment to diversity in all areas and strongly encourages candidates from historically excluded groups to apply. The University of Houston is responsive to the needs of dual career couples. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To apply, provide a letter of interest that addresses research and teaching interests, curriculum vita, and contact information for three references. The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Additionally, the University prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
University of Illinois -Chicago
University of Louisville
- 10.2.21: Raymond A. Kent School of Social Work will be hiring 1 tenure track Assistant Professor, open rank: https://sswr-jobs.careerwebsite.com/job/tenure-track-assistant-professor-open-rank-mssw-program/59041377/
University of Maryland
University of Maryland - Baltimore County
University of Michigan
- Aiming to have campus visits happen by Winter break
University of Michigan - Dearborn
University of Minnesota (Posted on Oct. 18th)
- Open Rank Faculty Position: Macro Practice (Social Work)
- Open Rank Faculty Position: Health/Behavioral Health (Social Work)
University of Nebraska (Omaha)
- The Grace Abbott School of Social Work (GASSW), a part of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS) at the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO), invites applications for tenure-track assistant professor position with an anticipated start date of August 15, 2022. The assistant professor will teach across graduate and undergraduate social work curricula, engage in research and scholarly activities, and provide departmental, university, and professional service, including collaborating with colleagues across campus/es and the community at large. This is a full-time, benefits eligible position.
University of New Hampshire
- The Department of Social Work at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) invites applications for a tenure-track position. We seek a diverse pool of candidates who will enhance our Department’s commitment to antiracism, diversity, inclusion, and equity. Our program has a focus on generalist practice and social justice. We encourage applicants with a diversity of knowledge, backgrounds, and experiences that will contribute to our Department’s inclusive culture. We are hiring one full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor beginning August 2022. Applications will be reviewed immediately and continue until the position is filled.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Our SSW will be hiring 1 tenure-track Assistant Professor and 2 Open Rank faculty this year (9/16). Postings opened on 10/1. Interested individuals are strongly encouraged to apply by 11/15. Search committee is reviewing applications on a rolling basis. We have received 120 applications as of 11/12. Initial Zoom interviews starting in November and will continue for several weeks. Applicants for Assistant Professor will be interviewed first, Associate and Full Professor later. Campus visits will likely be held in January and February. Applicants who applied for the Assistant Professor position are encouraged to also apply for both of the open rank positions also (same application materials). We may hire mostly or all TT Assistant Professors because these are the bulk of the applications and these applications are highly competitive.
- TT Assistant Professor: https://unc.peopleadmin.com/hr/postings/200305
- Open rank: https://unc.peopleadmin.com/hr/postings/200291
- I heard they have started screening interviews.
- Do you know when they started screening interviews? Has anyone else heard back? This was second hand information, I heard from someone who was told by someone on the search committee that they had started doing screening interviews - so I have no details. It does surprise me though that no one on this board (of the active people) has received a screener.
University of North Florida
UNF faculty are expected to maintain the highest standards of academic excellence in all phases of instruction, research/scholarship/creative activity, and service. The successful candidate will teach three courses per semester in areas including research methods, multicultural social work practice, child welfare practice, advanced generalist practice, and advanced practice electives. In addition to teaching, the successful candidate will be expected to maintain an active research agenda including publication in peer- reviewed outlets and securing external research funding, and to make meaningful service contributions to the Department, University, and discipline. Areas of research and teaching expertise are open. All candidates must have an MSW from a CSWE-accredited program, as well as an earned doctorate in Social Work by August 1, 2022. Two or more years of post-MSW practice experience are preferred. https://www.unfjobs.org/postings/18239
University of Northern Iowa
- The University of Northern Iowa’s Department of Social Work seeks applications for a full-time tenure-track position as Assistant Professor, starting August 2022. Responsibilities for this position include teaching three graduate and/or undergraduate courses in either in-person or online formats, an active research agenda and scholarship production, participating in service to the department and University, and student advisement. We are seeking candidates who can contribute to the department’s focus on trauma-informed care, through teaching and/or research in the following areas: trauma and stress, resiliency, mental health, poverty, inequality and oppression, or race and racism. Exceptional candidates in other areas may also be considered. For this position, we are seeking candidates who can teach courses at both BSW and MSW levels. Deadline is January 25, 2022. Applications will be reviewed in early spring. https://jobs.uni.edu/faculty/view/52411
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh
- The University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work’s Center on Race and Social Problems (CRSP) is seeking applications for a full-time Director. The selected candidate will be hired as a full professor with tenure and may be eligible for an endowed chair in the School of Social Work. Full details, qualifications, and application portal here: https://cfopitt.taleo.net/careersection/pitt_faculty_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=21001447&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York
University of South Carolina
- The College of Social Work at the University of South Carolina invites applications for a 9‐month full‐time professional track (non‐tenure) clinical faculty position with primary teaching responsibilities at the undergraduate level.
- How to Apply: Applicants should submit electronically a letter of application including a statement of teaching interests and experience, curriculum vitae, a diversity statement, teaching evaluations if available, and the names/contact information of three references. https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/107910
University of South Dakota
- 9/22/21 Univ. of South Dakota is hiring a TT Assistant Professor- https://yourfuture.sdbor.edu/postings/22375
University of Southern Indiana
University of Southern Mississippi (posted 11/09/21)
- Assistant Professor positions (2 openings): https://usm.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=2322&site=1
- The School of Social Work at The University of Southern Mississippi seeks qualified applicants for two Assistant Professor of Social Work positions. The full-time, 9-month, tenure track positions begin August 2022. In addition to teaching in the BSW and MSW programs, faculty are expected to engage in an active research/scholarship agenda as well as pursue external funding to support their scholarship. Faculty are expected to participate in school, university, professional, and community service. Both positions are located on the main campus in Hattiesburg, MS. The School of Social Work at Southern Miss is deeply committed to the values of social, economic, environmental, and racial justice. We are inspired by a vision of social justice and advocacy for the health and well-being of all people. Our graduates engage clients who primarily reside in the increasingly diverse Gulf South to produce dynamic solutions for personal, interpersonal and system problems – especially those unique to the poor, oppressed and underserved. The School offers a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) and Master of Social Work (MSW), both of which require field internships and licensure exams in order to practice. The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredits both degree programs.
- Instructor position (1 opening): https://usm.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=2315&site=1
- The School of Social Work at The University of Southern Mississippi seeks qualified applicants for an Instructor of Social Work position. This full-time, 9-month, non-tenure track position begins August 2022. The instructor will be responsible for teaching courses in the BSW and MSW programs. In addition to teaching, the position includes service to the School and community. This position is located on the Hattiesburg, MS campus. The School of Social Work at The University of Southern Mississippi is deeply committed to the values of social, economic, environmental, and racial justice. We are inspired by a vision of social justice and advocacy for the health and well-being of all people. Our graduates engage clients who primarily reside in the increasingly diverse Gulf South to produce dynamic solutions for personal, interpersonal and system problems – especially those unique to the poor, oppressed and underserved. The School offers a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) and Master of Social Work (MSW), both of which require field internships and licensure exams in order to practice. The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredits both degree programs.
- Visiting Instructor position (1 opening, spring 2022 only): https://usm.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=2282&site=1
- The School of Social Work is seeking applications for a Visiting Instructor position for the Spring Semester of 2022. The position will begin on January 3, 2022 and end on May 17, 2022. The Visiting Instructor will function as an important part of the School of Social Work team by teaching courses across the MSW and BSW curricula. The School of Social Work at The University of Southern Mississippi is deeply committed to the values of social, economic, environmental, and racial justice. We are inspired by a vision of social justice and advocacy for the health and well-being of all people. Our graduates engage clients who primarily reside in the increasingly diverse Gulf South to produce dynamic solutions for personal, interpersonal and system problems – especially those unique to the poor, oppressed and underserved. The School offers a Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work, both of which require field internships and licensure exams in order to practice. A child advocacy studies minor is also available. The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredits both degree programs.
University of Tennessee Knoxville (posted 9/28/21)
- Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor (3 positions)
- Beginning Fall 2022
- Location: Knoxville or Nashville
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Social Work invites applications for three open-rank, tenure-track positions. We are looking for colleagues who will contribute to the highest-quality education of undergraduate and graduate students, conduct innovative scholarship that addresses the current and emerging Grand Challenges for Social Work and Society, engage with communities and professional organizations in meaningful ways, and help the College move forward in our commitment to anti-oppressive practice, equity, inclusive excellence, and social justice.
- Application Instructions
Interested individuals should provide: (1) a cover letter addressing professional experience relevant to each required and preferred qualification, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) a copy of 3 representative research, and (4) contact information for three professional references. Priority consideration will be given to applications submitted by Friday, October 15 , 2021, though review may continue until the appointments are made. Materials should be submitted electronically. Inquiries may be addressed to the search committee co-chair, Dr. Courtney Cronley at [].
- Application Process
This institution is using Interfolio’s Faculty Search to conduct this search. Applicants to this position receive a free Dossier account and can send all application materials, including confidential letters of recommendation, free of charge. Apply now at https://apply.interfolio.com/94516
University of Texas at Arlington (posted 10/10/21)
The University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work is hiring for multiple Assistant Professor Tenure-Track and Associate/Full Professor Tenured positions effective fall semester 2022. We are especially interested in adding faculty who will strengthen our capacity in the areas of Mental Health/Substance Misuse and Children & Families. Applicants whose research focuses on individual and/or structural approaches are encouraged to apply, as well as those with a focus on diversity and interdisciplinary research activities.
Detailed description about the positions can be found here: https://uta.peopleadmin.com/postings/15466
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Questions
University of Texas - Austin
University of Texas - San Antonio
University of Utah
- The University of Utah, College of Social Work invites applications for a 12-month career-line faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor (Lecturer). These are a non-tenure track positions intended to be long-term within the University’s Career-Line Faculty structure, with renewable contracts. The University of Utah and the College of Social Work value candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students.
University of Vermont- Search was cancelled
University of Washington Tacoma (posted 9/21/21) ==
- The University of Washington Tacoma (UW Tacoma) invites applications for two full-time tenure track positions at the rank of Assistant Professor in Social Work beginning September 16, 2022. These are full-time positions with a nine-month service period. The positions’ teaching responsibilities are primarily in the Social Work degree programs. The duties of these positions include teaching, engaging in scholarship activities, and departmental, campus, and community service. The successful applicant will be expected to teach and engage in research related to communities that are disproportionately impacted by racial, social, and economic injustices. The successful applicant will be expected to teach across the BASW and MSW curriculum, particularly diversity and social justice courses, research methods, and/or community and organizational (macro) practice courses. Link to more information.
- The University of Washington Tacoma (UW Tacoma) invites application for a full‐time Assistant Teaching Professor/Practicum Coordinator in Social Work beginning September 16, 2022. This is a full-time, non-tenure track position, with a 9-month service period that is eligible for a multi-year appointment. In addition, there are optional and additionally compensated teaching opportunities available during summer session. The positions’ teaching responsibilities are primarily in the Social Work degree programs. The successful applicant will be expected to teach and engage in research related to communities that are disproportionately impacted by racial, social and economic injustices. The successful candidate will teach up to 3 social work courses per academic year, with an emphasis on Field Education-related courses, as well as coordinate and supervise students’ field placements within the social work program. The duties of this position include teaching; arranging, coordinating and supervising practicum placements; serving as field liaison between the school and field agencies; identifying and developing new practicum placement sites as needed; maintaining program data in compliance with School and Council on Social Work Education standards; serving as faculty advisor to a designated number of undergraduate and/or graduate students; working with community partners; and departmental, campus, and community service. Link to more information.
For both of these positions, screening will begin October 15th but will continue to be reviewed until positions are filled. Texas State University
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
University of Wisconsin - Madison
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Virginia Commonwealth University (posted 10/7/21)
- Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Social Work invites applications for tenured/tenure track faculty members at the assistant, associate, or full professor level. Several positions will be filled in this open rank search; both individual and cluster hire applications may be considered.
- The anticipated start date for all positions is August, 2022. Positions will be open until filled; priority consideration will be given to applications received by November 15, 2021.
- Link to full position description.
- Aiming to invite people to virtual campus visits in next 2 weeks or so
- Not sure the exact timeline, but they said during the screening interview that they were aiming to do virtual job talks in mid-december, then in-person visits to their top people in January and February. So I expect they will be reaching out about the job talks soon. They are doing 3 rounds, instead of 2.
- Does anyone know the publication expectation for tenure at VCU? (preferably per year)
Washington University in St. Louis - Brown School (posted 10/13/21)
Seeks up to 4 tenure track positions in varied disciplines. See Announcement: https://wustl.app.box.com/s/i4t2rhqr4lwgj4x4gnauh7jdppargxt9?_cldee=YWJyYW1zQGx1c2tpbi51Y2xhLmVkdQ%3d%3d&recipientid=contact-b2791f79adc9e011af83005056a80062-7252eb16f45547339de843745768014a&esid=a0608c77-d42d-ec11-b6e5-000d3a9d42fa
Westfield State University
- In 1839, Horace Mann founded Westfield State University as the first public higher education institution without barrier to race, gender or economic class. Westfield State University is committed to a policy of non-discrimination, equal opportunity, diversity and affirmative action. We are dedicated to providing educational, working and living environments that value the diverse backgrounds of all people including minorities, women, veterans, individuals with disabilities and other protected persons, or individuals with diverse cultural backgrounds. Westfield State is the most residential of the state universities in Massachusetts, with over 60% of our 5600 full-time undergraduate students living on campus. The campus is ideally situated on the edge of the Berkshire Mountains in western Massachusetts just 30 minutes from the thriving cultural centers of Northampton and Amherst, and 1.5 hours from both Boston and Albany.