| The School of Social Work at Cairn University is accepting applications for a full time position for the fall 2017 semester. |
Located in Langhorne, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Cairn exists to educate students to serve Christ in the church, society, and the world as biblically minded, well-educated and professionally competent men and women of character. Students earn bachelor’s degrees in various areas including Bible, Youth and Family Ministry, Education, Social Work, Music, Business Administration, English, History, and Liberal Arts, and graduate degrees in Business Administration, Divinity, Theology, Education, Organizational Leadership, and Counseling.
Social work was established at Cairn University in 1965 and achieved Council on Social Work Education accreditation in 1974 when it was first available. In over 50 years the school has produced hundreds of social workers many of whom are now leaders in both secular social work and Christian ministries. Candidates should be prepared to teach four courses per semester (12 credit hours) for a total of eight courses per year. The primary areas of teaching responsibility may include social work practice from a generalist perspective, social welfare policy, social work research, statistics, and social science courses. Other responsibilities include student advising; faculty and committee participation; and professional involvement through writing, consulting, and serving within the social work/faith community. This individual must be a competent teacher, knowledgeable in the field, and able to make a contribution to the community as a resource person for social work.