(Last modified: 24 January, 2013 )
The Department of Social Work, National University of Singapore, offers both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Social Work. Located strategically in Asia, Singapore offers ample opportunities for cutting-edge curriculum and research initiatives on contemporary social work, social development and cultural diversity. The Department has a strong focus on practice and practice-based research and produces graduates who contribute to the manpower needs of Singapore. The Department has very strong links with practitioners and policy makers in the field. The Department seeks faculties who can teach social work practice and have expertise in the areas of Family Social Work, Social Policy, Disability, Group and Community Work, especially those who are keen to develop expertise in the practice frameworks and cross-cultural issues relevant to the Asian region.
We invite applications for faculty positions at Assistant Professor or Associate Professor levels. We offer a competitive remuneration package, including housing and travel benefits. Assistant Professors (tenure track) and Associate Professors (practice track) are appointed on term contracts. Associate Professors (tenure track) may be appointed on either term contracts or tenure.
The Associate Professor (Practice Track) position aims to attract well-recognized scholar-practitioners with a wealth of professional experience and high standing in the social work community both locally and internationally.
Applicants for Associate/Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) position must:
Applicants for Associate Professor (Practice Track) position must:
Evaluation of applications will begin after 1 August 2012 and continue until the vacancies are filled. Please send your full curriculum vitae along with statements of teaching, practice, and research. For Associate Professor (Tenure Track) applicants, please provide details and a one-page biography of each of at least four academic referees; for Associate Professor (Practice Track) and Assistant Professor applicants, please arrange for at least three letters of reference from academic referees to be sent directly to the address below.
All documents are to be sent to:
Ms Boo Chui Ngoh
Tel: (65) 6516 4472