The Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) seeks to hire a 12-month Academic Professional Track (APT) Internship Coordinator in HDFS who will serve as the coordinator for the undergraduate internship program. We are seeking a colleague whose interests focus on supporting students in their professional development, collaborating with community agencies, and supervising interns in professional placements. The successful candidate should have experience working with students from diverse racial, ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds across diverse settings. The position has a start date of August 1, 2021.
Collaboratively oversee the internship program with responsibilities of this position including:
1. Teaching HDFS courses, including a professional development course focused on preparing students for successful transition to internship placements and post-graduation careers;
2. Assisting pre-interns in preparing for their internship search, approving appropriate placement sites, and securing placements with site supervisors;
3. Developing and maintaining collaborative relationships and clear communications with site supervisors and campus partners;
4. Supervising student interns enrolled in required internship course;
5. Maintaining a database and documentation of all completed internships within the department;
6. Developing and revising internship policies and procedures;
7. Supporting the department through university and professional service; and
8. Advising undergraduate HDFS majors.
Master of Science, Master of Education, or Master of Arts degree. (requirements completed by August 1, 2021) in Child Development, Human Development and Family Studies, Sociology, Psychology, Education, or a closely related field.
Demonstrated teaching experience in higher education.
Experience in career/professional development which may include teaching, advising, consulting, mentoring, or training.
Demonstrated commitment to teaching and mentoring university students representing diverse racial, socioeconomic, ability, generational, and cultural backgrounds.
Experience with internship placement and supervision.
Doctoral degree in Child Development, Human Development and Family Studies, Sociology, Psychology, Education, or a closely related field.
Experience building relationships with community partners and professionals.
Experience with online teaching (synchronous and asynchronous), course development, and delivery.
Internal Number: 998616
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