The Division of Social Work strives to prepare ethical and effective social workers that can serve our richly diverse populations as practitioners, leaders and social justice advocates. With over 1,100 students the Division is one of the largest social work programs in the county, and offers CSWE-accredited programs at the bachelor's and master's level (BSW and MSW) that prepare professional social workers for critical forms of practice and research. Rooted in long standing and evolving partnerships with community based agencies, educational institutions, local and state government, we prepare students to effectively serve culturally-diverse and vulnerable individuals, families and communities. To ensure advanced depth of skill in a concentrated area of study, the Division has established three specialized practice areas of Behavioral Health, Children & Families, and Health & Aging in the second year MSW coursework. The Division of Social Work is housed within the College of Health and Human Services.
-Teach Behavioral Health practice and related courses. -Undertake appropriate scholarly activity, work in a collegial environment, and mentor students. -Supervise undergraduate and/or graduate field placements. -Participate in committee work at the Division, College, and University levels, as well as engage in community service.
-A doctorate (Ph.D.) in Social Work/Welfare, DSW, or closely related field (e.g., Psychology, Counseling, Education [Ed.D.], Feminist Studies, Ethnic Studies, Anthropology). ABD candidates will be considered but will be required to complete the doctoral degree by August 2019. -An MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited program. -Minimum of 2 years of post-MSW practice experience in social work. -Ability to teach at both the graduate (MSW) and undergraduate (BSW) levels. -Evidence to engage with a diverse student body, community service, and appropriate scholarly activities.
-One-year teaching experience at a CSWE-accredited program. -Practice experience in Behavioral Health, which can be multi-level (i.e., micro, mezzo, macro). -Licensed Clinical Social Worker (e.g., LCSW, LICSW), or eligible to be licensed in California. -Practice experience within forensic settings. -Practice experience with Veterans. -Evidence to teach in the content areas.
Initial Application Review: 12/01/2018
Posting Number: F0082P
Internal Number: 3371
About California State University, Sacramento
Sacramento is one of the most diverse and integrated major cities in the country and Sacramento State is committed to providing a quality education for all of our region's students. Our campus community represents the broad diversity of our state, and we believe that all are enriched and unified by this diversity. Sacramento State is especially interested in candidates who can contribute, through their teaching, research, and service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.Sacramento State is in the heart of Northern California and just five miles from the State Capitol. With more than 30,000 students and 1,600 full- and part-time faculty, Sacramento State is California's capital university. Quality teaching is a top priority at Sacramento State, which offers a wide range of degrees, programs, and career opportunities - and its lush, 300-acre campus is situation along the American River, close to numerous bike trails and other recreational areas.