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Position: Instructor I
Department: Department of Child & Family Studies
Salary Plan: Faculty
Hiring Salary/Salary Range: Commensurate upon experience
Position Number: 00038665

Positions Description:

DescriptionThe Department of Child & Family Studies in the College of Behavioral & Community Sciences is seeking an Instructor I for its online Applied Behavior Analysis Master’s program. This is a non-tenure earning faculty position. Promotional opportunities are provided in accordance with University of South Florida - Tampa, Career Path for Instructors: Promotion Guidelines. This position will teach classes in the online master’s program under the supervision of the MA Program Coordinator and the ABA Program Director. The instructor will teach Practicum Seminar courses every semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer) and may teach content courses, as needed. In addition, the position will assist in the oversight of doctoral student instructors, development and modification of courses, and marketing and other duties as assigned by the Program Coordinator. The position requires the instructor to work from the USF Tampa Campus. It is not a remote position.

Minimum Qualifications:

Master’s degree from an accredited institution in an appropriate field of specialization or equivalent qualifications based on professional experience and otherwise qualified to perform assigned duties. Must meet university criteria for appointment to the rank of Instructor.

Preferred Qualifications:

Doctorate in Behavior Analysis or a program with primary behavior analysis content. ABD’s will be considered but doctorate must be conferred at the time of appointment. Current BCBA certification. ABA Supervisor training and at least one year providing supervision consistent with BACB standards. ABA teaching and/or training experience. Online teaching experience. Experience coordinating academic and/or training activities. ABA research productivity (publications and presentations). Experience in academic advising. Ability to work effectively with students and colleagues.