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Auburn University – Assistant Research Professor (Non-Tenure Track)

Position Title: Assistant Research Professor (Non-Tenure Track) Institution: Auburn University Location: Auburn, AL Posted Date:  June 13, 2017 Application Due Date: Review of applications will begin October 31, 2017; however, the search will remain open until the position is filled. Position Description The Center for Disability Research and Policy Studies, a research unit within the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation and Counseling in the College of Education at Auburn University is seeking to fill an opening for a non-tenure track Assistant Research Professor. The Center is in need of an Assistant Research Professor with academic credentials in rehabilitation, counseling, or related with a research focus on practices that facilitate individuals with significant disabilities accessing the primary labor market, achieving community integration, and living independently. The Assistant Research Professor’s position is a 12-month non-tenure track faculty assignment within the Auburn University research faculty family. The selected individual will have a one-year written employment contract, which may be renewed for future years based on need, availability of funding, and performance. The total term of employment will not exceed the period of available funding from contract and grant, generated income, or other designated funds. Minimum Qualifications (1) Earned doctorate (by start date) in Rehabilitation Counseling or related field (2) Evidence of ability to contribute to and maintain a record of research and scholarship (3) Strong qualitative and/or quantitative evaluation skills, including sample design, mixed method designs, data analysis and instrument development (4) Expertise in the use of statistics, sampling methodologies, and statistical analysis software such as SPSS (5) Knowledge, skills, experience, abilities, and demonstrated leadership in disability issues, advocacy, policies, and best practices (6) Demonstrated...
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Southern University – Baton Rouge – Assistant Professor in Rehabilitation Counseling

Southern University is in Baton Rouge, the Capital City of Louisiana with a population of more than 500,000 Baton Rouge serves as a cultural, political, educational, and industrial center for South Louisiana. The Baton Rouge campus is located on Scott’s Bluff overlooking the Mississippi River in the northern section of the city of Baton Rouge. The campus encompasses 512 acres of beautiful moss-covered oaks, with an agricultural experimental station on an additional 312-acre site, located 5 miles north of the main campus. The campus boasts a warm, student-friendly environment supported by faculty and staff committed to assisting students on their paths to success. The Department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies offers an undergraduate degree in Rehabilitation Services and a graduate degree in Rehabilitation Counseling (both on campus and online). The graduate program offers a 48 hour CORE accredited curriculum with specialization in Assistive Technology (AT) and Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment (VEWA); and a 60 hour curriculum with specialization in Psychiatric Rehabilitation (PR). The program is applying for CACREP accreditation for Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling. Currently, the department has three Long Term Training Grants and one VR Technical Assistant Center for Targeted Communities (VRTAC-TC) grant from the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA), U.S. Department of Education; and two Field Initiated Research Projects from the National Institute on Disability and Independent Living Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Status: Tenure Track Deadline: August 14, 2017 or until filled Job Responsibilities: Teach mostly undergraduate courses and graduate course (on campus and online) as needed, supervise field experience students, supervise student research, advise students, write grant proposals, engage in scholarly...
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