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Message ID: 8688
Date: 2010-11-05

Author:DePanfilis, Diane

Subject:New Research Assistant Professor Recruitment

University of Maryland School of Social Work Announcement of Research Assistant Professor Faculty Position Applications are now being accepted for one or more research assistant professor non-tenure track faculty positions at the University of Maryland School of Social Work (UM-SSW) for applicants interested in non-tenure track academic research careers. Candidates should have earned doctorates in social work or appropriate social science disciplines; experience in research management; and experience and expertise in child maltreatment, child welfare, and child and family related policies, programs, and research. Applicants with the following areas of expertise are strongly encouraged to apply: · Mixed methods research designs · Advanced statistical analysis skills · Proposal development and research management * Interdisciplinary research * Prevention and intervention research * Implementation science Positions are externally funded for research conducted in the Ruth H. Young Center for Families and Children (RYC) from a combination of sources (federal, state, and local governments, private agencies, and foundations). The mission of the RYC is to promote the safety, permanence and stability, and well-being of children, youth, and families in their communities through education and training; research and evaluation; and best practice community service programs (http://www.famly.umaryland.edu). Selected candidates will conduct research in one or more areas: evaluation of child welfare services, policies, programs, or reforms; process and outcome evaluations of child and family related evidence supported interventions; evaluations of child/family related training, technical assistance, or educational programs; and studies exploring implementation processes and outcomes. In addition to participating in new and ongoing research projects, research-track faculty will receive mentoring and career devel­opment support to develop skills for advancing their own research goals related to the mission of the RYC. Ten percent effort is supported by the UM-SSW to encourage research scholarship in addition to writing time built into most research projects. Opportunities for teaching on an adjunct basis in the evenings or weekends are possible. The UM-SSW is located in downtown Baltimore on a Health and Human Services Professions campus. Consistent with the vision of the campus, the UM-SSW supports excellence in research, provides outstanding graduate and professional education, and demonstrates commitment to the well-being of populations and communities at risk. The UM-SSW is committed to having a racially and culturally diverse faculty. The School provides an intellectually exciting, collegial, and supportive faculty environment that fosters interdisciplinary research. The search will begin immediately and continue until filled. Appointments will be made for 12 months, renewable contingent upon performance and the availability of external funding. Candidates should submit applications via email with the following attachments: (1) a cover letter that addresses experience and expertise identified in the position description; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) at least one research paper, preferably published in a peer-reviewed journal as sole or first author; and (4) names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references to: Diane DePanfilis, Ph.D. Professor, Associate Dean for Research Director, Ruth H. Young Center for Families & Children Chair, Search Committee ddepanfilis@ssw.umaryland.edu The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Visit our web-site at http://www.ssw.umaryland.edu Diane DePanfilis, Ph.D., MSW Professor & Associate Dean for Research Director, Ruth H. Young Center for Families & Children University of Maryland School of Social Work 525 West Redwood Street Baltimore, MD 21201 410-706-3609, ddepanfilis@ssw.umaryland.edu http://www.family.umaryland.edu

University of Maryland School of Social Work Announcement of Research Assistant Professor Faculty Position Applications are now being accepted for one or more research assistant professor non-tenure track faculty positions at the University of Maryland School of Social Work (UM-SSW) for applicants interested in non-tenure track academic research careers. Candidates should have earned doctorates in social work or appropriate social science disciplines; experience in research management; and experience and expertise in child maltreatment, child welfare, and child and family related policies, programs, and research. Applicants with the following areas of expertise are strongly encouraged to apply: · Mixed methods research designs · Advanced statistical analysis skills · Proposal development and research management * Interdisciplinary research * Prevention and intervention research * Implementation science Positions are externally funded for research conducted in the Ruth H. Young Center for Families and Children (RYC) from a combination of sources (federal, state, and local governments, private agencies, and foundations). The mission of the RYC is to promote the safety, permanence and stability, and well-being of children, youth, and families in their communities through education and training; research and evaluation; and best practice community service programs (http://www.famly.umaryland.edu). Selected candidates will conduct research in one or more areas: evaluation of child welfare services, policies, programs, or reforms; process and outcome evaluations of child and family related evidence supported interventions; evaluations of child/family related training, technical assistance, or educational programs; and studies exploring implementation processes and outcomes. In addition to participating in new and ongoing research projects, research-track faculty will receive mentoring and career devel­opment support to develop skills for advancing their own research goals related to the mission of the RYC. Ten percent effort is supported by the UM-SSW to encourage research scholarship in addition to writing time built into most research projects. Opportunities for teaching on an adjunct basis in the evenings or weekends are possible. The UM-SSW is located in downtown Baltimore on a Health and Human Services Professions campus. Consistent with the vision of the campus, the UM-SSW supports excellence in research, provides outstanding graduate and professional education, and demonstrates commitment to the well-being of populations and communities at risk. The UM-SSW is committed to having a racially and culturally diverse faculty. The School provides an intellectually exciting, collegial, and supportive faculty environment that fosters interdisciplinary research. The search will begin immediately and continue until filled. Appointments will be made for 12 months, renewable contingent upon performance and the availability of external funding. Candidates should submit applications via email with the following attachments: (1) a cover letter that addresses experience and expertise identified in the position description; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) at least one research paper, preferably published in a peer-reviewed journal as sole or first author; and (4) names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references to: Diane DePanfilis, Ph.D. Professor, Associate Dean for Research Director, Ruth H. Young Center for Families & Children Chair, Search Committee ddepanfilisssw.umaryland.edu The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Visit our web-site at http://www.ssw.umaryland.edu Diane DePanfilis, Ph.D., MSW Professor & Associate Dean for Research Director, Ruth H. Young Center for Families & Children University of Maryland School of Social Work 525 West Redwood Street Baltimore, MD 21201 410-706-3609, ddepanfilisssw.umaryland.edu http://www.family.umaryland.edu