Job Opportunities

The Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP) provides a free career center for members and non-members to browse current job opportunities related to sociology. Please remember to contact each employer individually if you would like more information about a job listing. SSSP hopes you find this service valuable.

Job postings are updated each Friday. Jobs are posted by deadline date. Those with the closest deadline will be posted first. 

Position Title: Postdoctoral Scholar in Biosocial Health

Institution: University of Texas, Austin
Department: Popular Research Center
Job Description: The Population Research Center (PRC) at the University of Texas at Austin seeks a postdoctoral scholar in biosocial health. The PRC is an interdisciplinary research and training unit of The University of Texas at Austin (UT) that provides infrastructure support services and project development support for a very productive, interdisciplinary group of faculty, postdocs, graduate students, and undergraduate students. This position will be appointed in the PRC and work on projects integrating biological data in research on health disparities across the life course led by Principal Investigator Lauren Gaydosh. The postdoctoral scholar will be expected to engage in advanced independent research in the area of biosocial approaches to health disparities and participate fully in the research life of the research group and the PRC. As part of a research unit with a strong culture of collaboration, postdocs are expected to spend about half of their time working independently and about half of their time working together with faculty research associates. In addition, postdocs are expected to attend the weekly PRC Friday Seminar, present at least once at the Seminar during their period of support, and submit research for presentation at the Population Association (PAA) meetings.

In addition to supervision by Professor Gaydosh, scholars are encouraged to work with others in the PRC. Scholars will be part of the new cluster on Biosocial Approaches to Health Disparities and join the Population Health group at the PRC, which includes faculty members Jacob Cheadle, Lauren Gaydosh, Bridget Goosby, Mark Hayward, and Debra Umberson. The initial term of appointment is one year, but reappointment for a second year is expected following successful review.  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning December 11, 2020.

Date Posted: 11/25/2020
Run Date: 1/25/2021

Position Title: Specialized Teaching Faculty in Public Health at Florida State University

Institution: Florida State University
Department: Public Health
Job Description: The Public Health program in the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy at Florida State University seeks candidates for a nine-month, specialized teaching faculty position to start August 2021. The position carries a 4/4 teaching load, with possible reductions for leading the undergraduate internship program in public health. Successful candidates will be expected to teach a variety of upper-division undergraduate public health courses including epidemiology, introduction to public health, biostatistics, and environmental health. Additional responsibilities include advising and mentoring undergraduate public health students, as well as engaging in service activities in the public health program, the College, and the community. Candidates must have their Ph.D. or Dr.PH in Public Health or a related discipline (e.g., Sociology, Political Science, Public Policy) at the time of the appointment. There is a preference for candidates with applied public health experience.

Applicants should submit a letter of application indicating their teaching and research interests, a curriculum vitae, a teaching portfolio with evidence of instructional effectiveness, and the names and contact information for three references. Materials should be sent in PDF format to Public Health Staff person Lynn Peacock at with the subject line “specialized faculty search.” The hiring committee will begin reviewing applications in late November and will continue to review them until the position is filled.

Specialized teaching faculty at Florida State University are covered by the UFF-FSU faculty collective bargaining agreement (, which stipulates raises and contract lengths with a promotion track from Teaching Faculty I to II, and II to III ( Questions about this position may be directed to the director of the undergraduate public health program Dr. Amy Burdette at

Date Posted: 11/25/2020
Run Date: 1/25/2021

Position Title: Dean of the School of Social Work and Criminal Justice

Institution: University of Washington, Tacoma
Department: School of Social Work and Criminal Justice
Job Description: The University of Washington Tacoma (UW Tacoma) invites applications and nominations for the position of Inaugural Dean of the School of Social Work and Criminal Justice (SSWCJ). Reporting to the Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, the Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer of the School. The Dean will work closely with faculty, staff, students, and community members as they collectively seek academic excellence, student success, and community impact. Duties/Responsibilities As the administrative and academic leader of the school, the Inaugural Dean will be expected to build a balanced organizational structure, which will programmatically support, identify and foster synergism and respect among the Criminal Justice and Social Work programs. The Dean will bring accountability through the alignment of stated values and goals, the implementation of policy and best practices, assessment of outcomes, and address issues related to climate within the school. The Dean will prioritize the strategic goals related to the recruitment, retention, and development of diverse faculty, staff and students to strengthen the overall contribution to the community and disciplines. Finally, the new leader will capitalize on faculty energy, expertise and commitment to grow and advance the school by identifying and establishing internal and external community relationships that are critical to the growth of scholarships, internships and resources.

The Dean’s responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Strategic Planning and Assessment The Dean manages systematic strategic planning and assessment efforts for the School. This includes establishing a vision for the School, ensuring alignment with the campus academic and strategic plans, and regularly reviewing progress toward strategic goals. This work occurs in partnership with School stakeholders and campus administration.


•A Ph.D. or other earned doctorate in a field appropriate for the School

•Eligibility for rank at the level of professor with tenure

•Academic and administrative leadership experience in a university setting

•Demonstrated success in fostering an equitable and inclusive environment that attracts and retains diverse individuals

•A record of supporting continual improvement in faculty teaching and research

•A demonstrated commitment to shared governance

•A thorough understanding of budgets and financial management in higher education

•Communication and collaboration skills that support partnerships inside and outside the university Preferred Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

•Prior work experience in a multi-campus setting

•Administrative experience at the chair level/equivalent or above

•Promotion and tenure review experience

•Demonstrated successful experience in academic administration, including substantial administrative work in a university setting

•Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and effectively with all constituencies; and clear success in developing external funding and fundraising from private and public sources

•Experience in personnel management, and strategic planning

How to Apply

Greenwood/Asher & Associates, Inc. is assisting University of Washington Tacoma in this search. Applications and nominations are now being accepted. Initial screening of applications will begin immediately and will continue until an appointment is made. Additionally, confidential inquiries, nominations and application materials should be directed to Greenwood/Asher & Associates. Submission of application materials as PDF attachments is strongly encouraged. The search will be conducted with a commitment of confidentiality for candidates until finalists are selected. Inquiries, nominations and application materials should be directed to: Betty Asher, Partner, Email: Marion Frenche, Practice Leader, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Senior Executive Search Consultant, Email:

Date Posted: 11/23/2020
Run Date: 12/23/2020

Position Title: Provost and Senior Vice President

Institution: Monmouth University
Job Description: Monmouth University, a top-tier private university in one of the most desirable locations in the Northeast, is seeking applications for a Provost and Senior Vice President. Monmouth University is one of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” in the Regional Universities North category, is listed in The Princeton Review’s “The Best 386 Colleges: 2021 Edition” and Money magazine’s 2020-2021 “Best Colleges,” and is recognized in Washington Monthly’s annual college guide and rankings.

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Date Posted: 11/25/2020
Run Date: 1/25/2021

Position Title: Non Tenure Track Instructor/Assistant Professor

Institution: Virginia Commonwealth University
Department: Wilder School of Government
Contact Name: Maureen Moslow-Benway
Contact E-mail:
Job Description: The L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University is hiring non-tenure eligible faculty at the rank of Instructor/Assistant Professor in our Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness program. Our interest is in instructors who demonstrate a profound commitment to high quality effective instruction who can contribute to the strength and diversity of our faculty. Successful candidates will have particular expertise in social justice and vulnerable populations in emergency preparedness, response and recovery, legal or constitutional issues, cybersecurity, and similar topics. The faculty member will complement and expand our existing expertise in the field of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled, with priority review beginning November 15, 2020. Below is the link to the position posting:

Date Posted: 11/23/2020
Run Date: 12/23/2020

Position Title: Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure Track

Institution: Northeastern University
Department: Health Sciences
Job Description: The Department of Health Sciences in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University seeks a new Assistant or Associate Professor of Health Sciences whose scholarship addresses Racism and Health. Racism and race-based health inequities result in disparities in achievement of the highest attainable levels of health and well-being.

Reducing racism in all its forms (e.g. structural, cultural, interpersonal, internalized and others) needs solutions grounded in theories and data gathering that get at the roots of discrimination and oppression. We seek a scholar who is making contributions to public health’s responsibility to improve and protect the most marginalized populations and to characterize and measure racism and its impacts on the attainment of the highest levels of health and well-being. Candidates will be expected to utilize data-driven and theory-based approaches, including advanced quantitative methods to illuminate disparities in both public health and health care, with attention to individual, community and societal levels. Opportunities for this faculty member to collaborate with scholars and/or affiliate across colleges are available in related disciplines at the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute, Institute of Race and Justice, the Health in Justice Action Lab and the Institute of Health Equity and Social Justice Research, among others. This faculty member will have opportunities to teach across the department’s undergraduate and graduate programs in the areas of racial discrimination and health, health care systems and health inequities of vulnerable populations, both domestically and globally. This position and others being added across the university (see will greatly expand our capacity to teach and to conduct cutting edge research about the impacts of oppression and inequalities across the life span. The tenure home of this position is in the Department of Health Sciences, with likelihood of a joint appointment in another suitable department.

Qualifications and Position Expectations
Applicants must have a doctoral degree conferred no later than the starting date of the position (August 2021) in public health, epidemiology, quantitative sociology, psychology or a closely-related field. We seek candidates whose work reflects the importance of population diversity and who value different points of view in teaching and research collaborations. Candidates for the rank of Associate Professor should have a strong track record of scholarship commensurate with rank and teaching, including peer-reviewed publications and a demonstrated ability to secure external funding for research. All candidates must demonstrate commitment to teaching courses in race/ethnicity, social determinants of health, structural racism, critical race theory, discrimination, social justice and/or other related subjects.

To Apply, visit the website and apply on-line. Please include a letter of interest, CV with names of 3 references, and statements on (1) teaching, (2) research, and (3) contributions to achieving a diverse and inclusive academic environment. For questions about the position, please contact Dr. Beth E. Molnar, Search Committee Chair, at Applications received by December 1st will receive full consideration.

Date Posted: 11/4/2020
Run Date: 1/12/2021

Position Title: Assistant Professor

Institution: Appalachian State University
Department: Sociology
Contact Name: Ellen Lamont
Contact E-mail:
Job Description: The Department of Sociology at Appalachian State University invites applications for two tenure-track, nine-month faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning August 2021. Both positions require a PhD in Sociology. Candidates who are ABD will be considered, however the positions require completion of all doctoral requirements in Sociology by the date of appointment. Please note that these positions are based on enrollment and subject to available funding.

For the first position, we seek candidates with research and teaching interest in criminology, deviance, and law. For the second position, we seek candidates with research and teaching interest in one or more of the following areas: political sociology; economic inequality; sociology of religion; and/or environmental sociology. Candidates who qualify for both positions are welcome to apply separately for each.

Instructional duties typically include a 3:3 teaching load, student advising, curriculum development, and may entail teaching core sociology courses as well as online instruction. Faculty members are expected to maintain an active program of scholarship as well as participate in service activities. Throughout their teaching, research, and service duties, the successful applicant should promote diversity and inclusion. The Department of Sociology has 19 full-time faculty members. The department serves approximately 150 undergraduate majors and also offers minors in sociology and gerontology. Along with its undergraduate offerings, the department is the academic home of two online graduate certificates in sociology and aging, health, and society.

Additional information about the Department of Sociology is located at Please use the following links to apply for the available tenure-track faculty positions in The Department of Sociology at Appalachian State University:

Position 1: criminology, deviance, and law

Position 2: political sociology; economic inequality; sociology of religion; and/or environmental sociology 

Applicants must submit the following documents:

  1. A cover letter/letter of interest addressing the candidate’s qualifications for the position with descriptions of teaching and research interests and experience in sociology;
  2. A curriculum vita;
  3. A sample of written or published work;
  4. A teaching portfolio, including a teaching statement and sample syllabus; and
  5. Three professional references with contact information.
Short-listed candidates will be asked to arrange for the three professional reference letters to be sent directly to c/o Dr. Ellen Lamont, Search Committee Chair. Applicants will be reviewed starting November 20, 2020 and continue until the position is filled. For questions or more information about the available tenure-track faculty positions in the Department of Sociology at Appalachian State University, please contact Dr. Ellen Lamont, Search Committee Chair, by telephone at (828) 262-7658 or by email at Individuals with disabilities may request accommodations in the application process by contacting Maranda Maxey, Director & ADA/504 Coordinator, at 828-262-3056 or

Date Posted: 11/4/2020

Position Title: Postdoctoral Fellowship

Institution: The Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
Contact E-mail:
Job Description:The Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies (HCPDS) is currently accepting applications for the next cohort of the David E. Bell Postdoctoral Fellowship. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, December 8, 2020 at noon Eastern Time (U.S.).

The Bell Fellowship is an interdisciplinary, postdoctoral training program designed for researchers and practitioners in the fields of population sciences and/or population health. Through self-directed research, selected candidates examine a broad range of critical issues, most from within the HCPDS’s focal areas: 1) social and environmental determinants of population health; 2) aging societies; 3) workplace & well-being; and 4) social/family demography. In addition to research and writing, fellows participate in weekly seminars, professional development and other skill building seminars, and communications & media skills training.

The salary is $65K/yr plus benefits and a generous research, travel, and relocation fund. The program is open to U.S. and international candidates.

For detailed information and to apply, visit or contact

Position Title: Department Head of Social, Cultural, & Justice Studies

Institution: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Department: Social, Cultural, & Justice Studies
Job Description: The Department of Social, Cultural and Justice Studies (SCJS) at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) College of Arts and Sciences invites applications for the position of Department Head at the rank of associate or full professor. This is a tenure-track, 12-month position with appointment to begin July 1, 2021. The field of specialization is open, but candidates must have a Ph.D. in Anthropology, Criminal Justice/Criminology, Geography, or Sociology. The successful candidate must show evidence of administrative skill and experience and have the ability to foster and maintain collaborative relationships across disciplines within SCJS, with other programs and departments throughout the University, with the administration, and with external entities. Applicants should have a strong record of excellence in teaching and evidence of scholarly productivity. In addition, candidates should demonstrate a commitment to equity and inclusion in higher education. In particular, we are interested in candidates who have contributed to, or have plans to contribute to, programs that aim to increase the participation of underrepresented students and/or faculty in the social sciences. The SCJS Department offers a B.A. in Anthropology, and B.S. degrees in Anthropology, Criminal Justice, and Sociology, as well as an M.S in Criminal Justice, and a minor in Geography. With over 500 undergraduate and graduate majors, and 25 faculty actively engaged in teaching and research, the Department also contributes substantially to the University’s general education program. Department faculty have the opportunity to engage in interdisciplinary collaborations across the university and the surrounding community. Additional information about the Department can be found at In addition to carrying out administrative duties for the Department, the responsibilities for this position include teaching two courses per year. A 12-month contract will be offered at a salary commensurate with background and experience.

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Ph.D. in Anthropology, Criminal Justice/Criminology, Geography or Sociology;
  • Record of research, teaching, and service sufficient to be tenured in the Department of SCJS at the associate or full professor rank;
  • Demonstrated commitment to attracting and supporting a diverse faculty, staff, and student body;
  • Outstanding leadership, collaboration and consensus-building skills in multi-disciplinary context;
  • Active and on-going research agenda with a record of quality, peer-reviewed publications;
  • Ability to teach introductory/advanced courses in their discipline.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Three years of full-time administrative experience;
  • A strong commitment to advocating for faculty and staff;
  • Evidence of mentoring undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty;
  • Experience in assessment and curriculum development;
  • A record of successful application, management, and execution of external grants;
  • The motivation and dedication needed to develop and maintain positive relationships with donors, alumni, and the professional community;
  • Support of and willingness to engage in a variety of instructional modalities, especially online instruction;
  • Willingness to engage in assisting the UTC campus in its ability to reach additional goals as specified in UTC’s Strategic Plan, including a demonstrable commitment to diversity and inclusion. Application Procedures Applicants should prepare to submit all of the following information to our online application system for consideration:
  • A letter of interest addressing their qualifications for the position, making sure to address each minimum qualification;
  • CV, including up-to-date, personal contact information;
  • Recent evidence of teaching effectiveness;
  • A one-page (single-spaced) statement of departmental leadership philosophy;
  • A one-page (single-spaced) diversity statement describing past accomplishments and strategies for improving diversity and developing a climate of inclusion;
  • A one- to two-page (single-spaced) description of research agenda and program.
Review of applicants will begin on October 15, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled. Preference will be given to those qualified candidates who apply before this priority date. Applications must be submitted electronically through the UTC Faculty Career Site by visiting:

Position Title: Assistant, Associate or Full Professor - Policy Analysis and Management

Institution: Cornell University
Department: Policy Analysis and Management
Contact Name: Maureen Waller
Contact E-mail:
Job Description: The Department of Policy Analysis and Management at Cornell University invites applications for an Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor working on race and public policy. This is conceived broadly to include research on racial inequality, for example, in income, education, social mobility, health, housing, policing, and incarceration. The position is 50% research and 50% teaching and advising.

The successful candidate will be part of Cornell’s new School of Public Policy and will have the opportunity to be jointly appointed in a disciplinary home in the social sciences. We are seeking applications from candidates in sociology, economics, public policy, and related fields. We will begin reviewing applications on October 1, and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

To apply please visit: 

Applications must include:

(a) Cover Letter;

(b) Curriculum Vitae;

(c) Research Statement;

(d) Teaching Statement;

(e) up to three examples of written work(s);

(f) Statement of contribution to diversity:;

(g) Three References (just names and email addresses; final candidates will be asked to submit letters later).

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Sociology, Economics, Public Policy or related field.

Contact search committee chair, Maureen Waller (, with any questions. Diversity and Inclusion are a part of Cornell University’s heritage. We are a recognized employer and educator valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities. We also recognize a lawful preference in employment practices for Native Americans living on or near Indian reservations.

For more information, contact Maureen Waller.

Position Title: Tenured Associate Professor Position, Social Work and Global Health Equity

Institution: Boston University
Department: Social Work and Global Heaalth Equity
Contact E-mail:
Job Description: As one of the nation’s top schools of social work, Boston University School of Social Work (BUSSW) is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in education, research, and evidence-based practice to advance social, racial and economic justice and solve the most pressing societal problems of the 21st century. The BUSSW currently invites applications from academics and researchers with a strong commitment to research, scholarship and teaching in the field of global health with a focus on addressing the structural and social determinants of health to promote health equity in the U.S. and globally, to join our faculty in the 2021-22 academic year.

Applicants’ research and scholarship may focus on the role of social work in such areas as:

  • strengthening public health systems globally to stabilize and build the health capacity of communities around the world that are heavily impacted by disease and vulnerable to other adverse health outcomes.
  • addressing the negative effects of phenomena such as political/economic upheaval, violence/war, and climate change/natural disasters on health and wellbeing, particularly for marginalized groups and those faced with forced dislocation and migration.
  • creating collaborations with stakeholders from social work, health, and other sectors (private and governmental) to develop strategies that build on existing community resources to develop customized, culturally appropriate physical and behavioral health care interventions, programs and policies, that are locally sustainable.
The candidate will also lead the design and implementation of study abroad and exchange educational, research, and training initiatives for faculty, PhD, MSW, and dual degree students such as those in the dual degree MSW/MPH programs, in collaboration with other universities, and community-based and globally oriented organizations.
The School believes that diversity in the race, gender, sexual orientation, and other backgrounds of our faculty, staff, and students is vitally important to the distinction of our academic and research programs. We are especially eager to have join our ranks a colleague who supports our institutional commitment to social justice and to ensuring that BU is inclusive, equitable, and a place where all constituents can thrive.
The successful candidate will have:
  • a doctoral degree in social work or an MSW and a doctoral degree in an allied health profession,
  • established scholarship, research and practice in global health,
  • experience in global health project implementation,
  • strong record of publication and externally-funded research (i.e., USAID, UNESCO, WHO, NIH) in global health.
BUSSW seeks an individual who has the leadership skills for interdisciplinary, collaborative research and practice and will actively pursue opportunities across Boston University’s schools and colleges, local and national organizations as well as global organizations such as USAID, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), World Health Organization, (WHO), United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), among others.
The candidate will join a dynamic school with an extensive research portfolio with extensive funding from NIH, SAMHSA, HRSA, and private foundations, among others, as well as supportive alumni. The candidate will have the opportunity to work closely with researchers in the Center for Innovation in Social Work and Health (CISWH), an endowed research center, and the Center for Aging & Disability Education & Research (CADER).
The School of Social Work is located in the heart of BU’s Charles River Campus and is currently ranked #10 among graduate schools of social work by U.S. News & World Report. With nearly 1000 MSW and PhD students from across the U.S. and abroad, 34 full-time faculty and approximately 60 lecturers participating in the main campus, off-campus, and online programs, the BU School of Social Work is a vibrant and diverse community.
The School is distinguished by its vision to advance a just society that promotes the health and empowerment of all marginalized groups, and by its mission to develop dynamic and diverse social work practitioners, leaders, and scholars in a multicultural environment. (For additional information on the Boston University School of Social Work please visit our website (
Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled. Please submit a letter of application and current CV. In your letter of application, please outline your research, scholarship and teaching skills and experience. In the letter, we welcome a description of how, as a teacher, researcher, scholar, and/or practitioner, you engage and sustain a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and to working with communities.
Search Committee/Dean’s Office
Boston University School of Social Work
264 Bay State Road
Boston, MA 02215

Senior Faculty Position, The University of Texas at El Paso Department of Social Work

The University of Texas at El Paso Department of Social Work in the College of Health Sciences invites applications for a full-time tenured/tenure-track Associate or Full Professor. The position is for an academic year appointment with potential for summer assignments. The University of Texas at El Paso is on the US/Mexico border with Juarez as its sister city. This bi-national and bi-cultural community gives our students a unique perspective on social work. The Department of Social Work is committed to educate culturally competent practitioners who are able to serve the border region. The UTEP Department of Social Work administers both a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) that prepares students for generalist practice and a Master of Social Work (MSW) that prepares students for advanced practice with a concentration in Social Work in the Border Region. A Doctorate in Social Work (DSW) is in development.

This position represents an excellent opportunity for an outstanding individual to build on a record and program of research and external funding commensurate with rank at the time of appointment. The applicant should demonstrate a commitment to social justice and diversity with a record of community-based research. Being that the Department is part of the College of Health Sciences, there is also an emphasis on addressing health inequalities as they relate to the border region. Tenured/Tenure Track faculty members of the Department participate with the college’s Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences.

Required qualifications

1) An earned doctorate in social work or a closely related discipline

2) An MSW from a CSWE-accredited program

3) A minimum of three years of post-MSW experience as a practicing social worker

4) Knowledge of and experience with CSWE accreditation guidelines

5) A record and program of research and extramural funding commensurate with appointment at the rank of Professor or senior-level Associate Professor

6) Background and experience that promotes social justice, diversity, and student access/success

7) Licensure or eligibility for licensure as an LMSW or LCSW.

Preferred qualifications

1) Experience in an Hispanic Serving Institution

2) Bilingualism in English and Spanish

3) A record of service and leadership in graduate and doctoral education

4) An understanding of and commitment to community and globally engaged scholarship

Application instructions

Review of applications will begin January 1, 2021. Preliminary interviews will be conducted by video spring semester 2021 and on-campus finalist visits to follow. The position will remain open until filled. The successful applicant will commence duties mid-August 2021.

Applicants must submit the following information:

1) Letter of application that includes experiences (including courses taught and extramural funding) and demonstrated commitment to working in a minority serving institution;

2) Curriculum vita;

3) A sample of research publications; and

4) Names and contact information of three references (references will not be contacted until an applicant has been selected for an on-campus visit).

For questions about the position, contact Bruce D. Friedman (, Chair, UTEP Department of Social Work

To apply, please visit

Run Date: 1/1/2021