Job Number: 500740
Work Type: Full Time with Full Benefits
Location: Fort Lauderdale-Davie, Florida
Department: Conflict Resolution Studies Admin
Categories: Faculty – Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Psychology, Education
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Job Title:Chair/Associate Professor – Conflict Resolution – 995127
Location:Fort Lauderdale-Davie, Florida
Work Type:Full Time with Full Benefits
Subject to Grant Funding?:No
Essential Job Functions:1. Assists with the recruitment and admission of students to the department.
2. Determines the academic standards to be met by the students.
3. Determines the curricula and the approval of all courses of instruction.
4. Sets requirements for all degrees to be conferred.
5. Determines the certification of students who have completed requirements for degrees and the recommendation of such students to the Board of Trustees.
6. Determines the general standards to be met by the educational and research programs conducted within the College.
7. Evaluates students fairly on the basis of academic performance.
8. Encourages free and open discussion, inquiry, and expression by students.
9. Provides competent instruction and advisement.
10. Treats information about students’ beliefs, academic records, political attitudes, and personal lives as confidential information.
11. Engages in professional activities inside or outside the University, to refrain from any activities which would constitute academic misconduct, a conflict of interest, or the appearance of a breach of professional ethics.
Specific Teaching Responsibilities:
1. Instruction in doctoral, master’s, and undergraduate courses.
2. Research, writing, thesis, and dissertation supervision.
3. Practicum and field placement supervision.
4. Curriculum oversight.
5. Participation in faculty meetings and on College and University committees.
6. Contribute to continuing education and post-graduate training programs.
7. Timely submission of syllabi to academic administrators.
Specific Professional Responsibilities:
1. Publications in refereed journals.
2. Authorship of books, texts, book chapters, etc.
3. Publication of other relevant writing.
4. Principal investigator on contracts and/or grants or serving as a consultant.
5. Editor or associate/consulting editor of a journal.
6. Reviewer for a journal.
7. Juried presentations at professional meetings or public forums.
8. Office in a county, state, or national professional association.
9. Departmental, College, and University service.
10. Community service.
Specific Responsibilities by Faculty Rank:
Teachers and scholars who competently provide classroom instruction and who are laying the groundwork for professional contributions. Associate Professors develop publications, research, and teaching which begin to demonstrate significant commitment to the University in which they serve, to the students they teach, and the local and national communities in which they live. Associate Professors participate in hiring and promotion of professors, and other faculty when requested by the Dean. They also contribute suggestions for curriculum evaluation and revision.
Marginal Job Functions:
Required Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:Conflict Resolution Systems; Organizational or Workplace Conflict; Cultural Studies; Grant Development; Quantitative Methods; Qualitative Methods; Blended Delivery Formats.
Required Education:Doctoral Degree
Major (if required):
Required Experience:1. Doctoral degree must be earned and conferred by date of hire.
2. Background and experience in conflict resolution practice, teaching & learning, and grant writing.
3. Research designs and methods.
Preferred Qualifications:Skilled in one or more of the following areas: Caribbean & Latin America; Cultural Studies; Conflict Resolution Systems; Organizational or Workplace Conflict; Grant Development; Quantitative Methods; Blended Delivery Formats.
Is this a safety sensitive position?No
Background Screening Required?No
To ensure a safe learning environment for students and staff, as a condition of employment the selected candidate will need to provide proof of a completed COVID-19 vaccination prior to commencement of employment or an approved exemption and reasonable accommodation for medical or religious reasons.
Sensitivity Disclaimer:Nova Southeastern University is in full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and does not discriminate with regard to applicants or employees with disabilities, and will make reasonable accommodation when necessary.