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Assistant Professor of Psychology

The Department of Psychology at Indiana University South Bend invites applications for a tenure track appointment in clinical psychology at the rank of either Assistant or Associate Professor, to begin August 1, 2018.

Standard teaching load is 24 credits per year; normally 6 credits are released for research. This is equivalent to teaching 3 courses a semester.

We expect faculty to engage in faculty governance and university service, including student advising. Psychology is a thriving department housed in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, with diverse faculty specialties and opportunities for local and regional collaboration (see https://www.iusb.edu/psych/). We serve approximately 350 undergraduate majors and are active within the College, the University, and the local community.

IU South Bend is Indiana University's largest regional campus.

QUALIFICATIONS:

The successful candidate will have a

  • PhD or PsyD in a clinical area of psychology. (Advanced ABD candidates considered with evidence that degree will be awarded by August 2018)
  • Research specialization area is open, but we welcome candidates with an active research program in behavior analysis, health psych, counselling, or addictions
  • Ability to teach Introductory Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and upper level undergraduate courses related to clinical psychology (online teaching experience especially welcomed).
  • Interest in supervising undergraduate student research
  • License eligible in Indiana

APPLICATION PROCESS: Apply online only at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/4317

APPLICATION START DATE: August 1, 2018

APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 1, 2017


Assistant Professor of Music (Instrumental)

IU South Bend's School of Music seeks an enthusiastic instructor to conduct the IU South Bend Wind and Jazz ensembles, teach music education courses, assist in curricular development and supervise the growth of the Music Education undergraduate program, mentor student teachers, serve as a liaison between the music and education departments, and develop professional relationships with area school teachers, and teach other courses depending on the candidate's qualifications and departmental needs.

Teaching load to be up to a 75% full-time (9 credit) load per semester with a 25% release for scholarship/creative activities.

Other responsibilities:

  • a commitment to professional growth, develop and maintain an active agenda of research and/or creative activity, recruit
  • serve on committees,
  • advise students.

IU South Bend is Indiana University's largest regional campus.

QUALIFICATIONS:

The successful candidate will have:

- Doctorate in Music (Ph.D. or D.M.A.) preferred
- ABD will be considered.
- extensive experience in conducting instrumental (wind and jazz) ensembles and teaching music at the elementary and/or secondary levels or music education courses at university level
- a successful record of student recruitment for ensembles and/or a clear and effective recruitment plan in place
- a commitment to working with students in a liberal arts setting
- strong musicianship and conducting skills

APPLICATION PROCESS: Apply online only at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/4318

POSITION START DATE: August 1, 2018


Assistant Professor of Music (Choral Ensembles)

Indiana University South Bend's Department of Music seeks seek an enthusiastic instructor to conduct the IU South Bend choral ensembles (concert and chamber choirs), teach music education courses, assist in curricular development and supervise the growth of the Music Education undergraduate program, mentor student teachers, serve as a liaison between the music and education departments, develop professional relationships with area school teachers, and teach other courses depending on the candidate's qualifications and departmental needs.

Teaching load to be up to a 75% full-time (9 credit) load per semester with a 25% release for scholarship/creative activities.

Other responsibilities:

- demonstrate commitment to professional growth
- develop and maintain an active agenda of research and/or creative activity
- recruit, serve on committees, and advise students

IU South Bend is Indiana University's largest regional campus.

QUALIFICATIONS:

The successful candidate will have

  • a Doctorate in Music (Ph.D. or D.M.A.) preferred, ABD will be considered
  • extensive experience in conducting choral ensembles, teaching music at the elementary and/or secondary levels or music education courses at university level
  • a successful record of student recruitment for ensembles and/or a clear and effective recruitment plan in place
  • a commitment to working with students in a liberal arts setting
  • strong musicianship and conducting skills


APPLICATION PROCESS: Apply online only at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/4319

POSITION START DATE: August 1, 2018


Martin Endowed Professor of Piano (Professor of Practice)

Indiana University South Bend commences a search for the Martin Endowed Professor of Piano in the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts. The Professorship will be a three-year,
non-tenure track position with the possibility of renewal and will be guided by the Indiana University policy as a Professor of Practice. A candidate should be a high profile performer demonstrated by either their (1) engagement as a soloist with symphonies, (2) performance as a solo recitalist, (3) performances with chamber ensembles, (4) accompanist for major artists, and/or other attributes.

The duties of the Martin Endowed Professor will be:

  • To recruit and maintain an active teaching studio
  • Perform locally
  • Provide local master classes
  • Continue a schedule of national and international touring balanced with substantial presence on the IU South Bend campus and in South Bend area.

The search will commence immediately with an appointment to begin the fall of 2018. Selected candidates will be named Artists in Residence as part of The Martin Family Fellowship
Piano Residencies during this period. A residency will be for one week. During the residency the candidates will complete the following:

  • Offer masterclasses to current and potential piano students
  • Perform a public recital
  • Provide a symposium on accompanying, career development, chamber music, and pedagogy on the campus to students and the general public
  • Work with other ensembles where appropriate (Jazz, dance, musical theater, new and electronic music)
  • Give a presentation at the Music Student’s Friday Convocation.

Each Artist-in-Residence will meet with the music faculty, senior administration, and community members. A stipend will be paid for each residency along with travel and housing.
Indiana University South Bend - As the largest regional campus of Indiana University, IU South Bend’s history is a mix of tradition and innovation. It was established in 1916, with its
first classes held in downtown South Bend at Central High School. In 1961, IU South Bend moved to its current campus location along the St. Joseph River.

As part of the IU South Bend mission of fulfilling the promise of excellence and helping students succeed with a quality education and affordable degree in Indiana, every decade has
seen expansion and addition of new facilities to offer a robust academic and campus life.

More than 7,500 students attend IU South Bend, coming to the University from Indiana and nearby Michigan, as well as nationally and internationally. There are nearly 300 full-time
faculty members, who provide students more personal attention due to the smaller student to professor ratios, but with the same well-known and respected Indiana University
degree. (www.iusb.edu).

The Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts is the only School of the Arts in the Indiana University system. It is celebrating 25 years as a center for arts and culture in South Bend. It
houses the areas of music, theater/dance, fine arts, communication studies, and integrated new media studies. IU South Bend is accredited by the National Association of Schools of
Music. More information may be found at arts.iusb.edu.

Interested persons should send a performance resume with a list of three references. Recordings and links to performances should be included. Residencies will commence in the fall
of 2017 and continue through the spring of 2018.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates should be an experienced teacher as demonstrated by:

  • University appointments;
  • Experience with public masterclasses;
  • Record of student achievement; and,
  • Acknowledgement of pedagogical methods.

APPLICATION PROCESS: Applicants must apply online at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/3565

DIRECT QUESTIONS TO: Dean Marvin Curtis at mvcurtis@iusb.edu

IU South Bend has a strong commitment to principles of diversity and in that spirit actively encourages application and nominations of a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities, and persons with disabilities.

IU South Bend is an Equal Employment Affirmative Action Employer.


Vera Z. Dwyer Distinguished Chair in Advanced Practice Nursing

The Indiana University South Bend School of Nursing invites applications and nominations for the Vera Z. Dwyer Distinguished Chair in Advanced Nursing Practice.

The faculty member in this position will:
-Teach graduate students
-Provide nursing-theory guided patient care services as an advanced practice nurse
-Contribute to the expanding role of advance practice nursing in the college and community, including the IU South Bend Health and Wellness Center
-Provide leadership in the development and implementation of additional graduate nursing programs
-Provide leadership in the area of scholarship as it relates to advanced practice nursing and health care

The purpose of the Dwyer Distinguished Chair in Advanced Practice Nursing is to strengthen the connections between teaching and advance practice through community and/or direct patient care and to contribute to the intellectual growth of students within the School of Nursing. The Dwyer Distinguished Chair will promote scholarship and practice as well as serving as an expert teacher-practitioner within the School.

The position is integral to the implementation of theory-guided, evidence-based advanced nursing practice. The Dwyer Distinguished Chair in Advanced Practice Nursing will have the opportunity to further one’s own advances nursing practice and research, enriching the IU South Bend School of Nursing’s profile locally, nationally, and internationally. It is expected that the Chair will serve a term from one to three years, renewable as appropriate.

The Dwyer Distinguished Chair in Advanced Practice Nursing will be an expert in providing nursing theory-guided health care services and will be a mentor to other faculty by integrating unique nursing knowledge into practice situations with advanced nursing students.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

Teaching and Research:

  • Contribute to the teaching mission of the university by teaching three graduate courses a year (one each semester including summer), related to area(s) of expertise
  • Assist faculty with refining knowledge and skills related to teaching and learning
  • Exhibit national and international visibility within nursing through continuing scholarly and/or creative activities
  • Conduct practice and research round table discussions one per month
  • Assist students and faculty in writing scholarly articles focused on practice and/or teaching
  • Hold open forums for students

Service:

  • Practice with individuals, families, and communities within the college and community
  • Give a public address for the community once a year
  • Confer with area healthcare agencies regarding practice models that integrate the use of advance practice nurses.
  • Serve on School, College, University, and Community committees related to area of expertise.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A research doctorate in nursing
  • Certification in an advance practice nursing practice specialty area
  • Record of scholarly publications and presentations
  • Meets campus qualifications as a clinical professor in nursing
  • Licensure as a registered nurse with prescriptive authority in Indiana prior to employment.

APPLICATION PROCESS: Applications accepted online only at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/3808

DIRECT QUESTIONS TO: Caitlin Vlaeminck and cwendelb@iusb.edu

BEST CONSIDERATION DATE: June 1, 2017

POSITION START DATE: September 1, 2017

IU South Bend has a strong commitment to principles of diversity and in that spirit actively encourages application and nominations of a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities, and persons with disabilities.

IU South Bend is an Equal Employment Affirmative Action Employer.


Assistant Professor of Management

The Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics is accredited by AACSB International. Responsibilities include three courses per semester primarily in organizational behavior and secondarily in human resource management at the undergraduate and/or graduate level; scholarly publications; and service.

QUALIFICATIONS

-The position requires a Ph.D. from an AACSB-accredited school in management or a closely-related field.
-ABD candidates nearing degree completion will be considered.
-Effective communication skills are required.
-Preference will be given to individuals who show promise of excellence in teaching and research.

DIRECT QUESTIONS TO: Dr. David Vollrath at vollrath@iusb.edu

APPLICATION PROCESS: Apply online only at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/4213

POSITION START DATE: August 1, 2018

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 15, 2017

IU South Bend is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The University actively encourages applications and nominations of women, persons of color, applicants with disabilities, Veterans and members of other under-represented groups.  IU South Bend is an AA/EEO employer.

IU South Bend’s 2014–2020 strategic plan includes a commitment to advance diversity and open-mindedness and to create a civil, welcoming, and caring culture for all. Of over 7,500 students, 24% self-identify as minorities. The population of Hispanic students is approaching 10% and IU South Bend has seen significant increases in the admission of African American students. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates who have mentored minorities or other underrepresented groups are encouraged to highlight such efforts in the application.


Assistant/Associate/Professor of Criminal Justice

The Department of Criminal Justice at Indiana University South Bend is seeking qualified applicants for two tenure track positions beginning August 14, 2018. Rank will be based on qualifications and experience. The standard teaching load is 24 credits per year with 6 credits normally reassigned to research activities. Successful applicants will be expected to demonstrate a commitment to quality instruction, academic advising, and willingness to engage in university service activities. Applicants are also expected to have an active research agenda.

IU South Bend is the third largest campus of Indiana University with more than 7500 students. The Department of Criminal Justice is in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and offers a balanced program for 200 active criminal justice majors. With a focus on field practice and scientific research, we prepare students for a wide range of careers in criminal justice as well as post-graduate study.

IU South Bend's 2014-2020 strategic plan includes a commitment to advance diversity and open-mindedness and to create a civil, welcoming, and caring culture for all. Of over 7,500 students, 24% self-identify as minorities. The population of Hispanic students is approaching 10% and IU South Bend has seen significant increases in the admission of African American students. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates who have mentored minorities or other underrepresented groups are encouraged to highlight such efforts in the application.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Successful applicants are expected to have a PhD in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or terminal degree in a closely-related discipline.
  • Advanced ABD candidates with evidence that degree is expected to be awarded by August 2018 are also encouraged to apply.
  • All areas of expertise in Criminal Justice will be considered.
  • A commitment to quality undergraduate instruction, service and scholarly research is required.


APPLICATION PROCESS: Applications are accepted online only at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/4315

DIRECT QUESTIONS TO: Dr. David Surma at dsurma@iusb.edu

BEST CONSIDERATION DATE: October 2, 2017


Lecturer in Criminal Justice

The Department of Criminal Justice at Indiana University South Bend is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time, 10-month Lecturer in Criminal Justice beginning August 14, 2018. The standard teaching load is 24 credits per year. Successful applicants will be expected to demonstrate a commitment to quality instruction, academic advising, and willingness to engage in university service activities.

IU South Bend is the third largest campus of Indiana University with more than 7500 students. The Department of Criminal Justice is in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and offers a balanced program for 200 active criminal justice majors. With a focus on field practice and scientific research, we prepare students for a wide range of careers in criminal justice as well as post-graduate study.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

- Lecturers must have at least a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a closely-related discipline.
- Applicants with a PhD, JD, or other terminal degree are also encouraged to apply.
- All areas of expertise in Criminal Justice will be considered.
- A commitment to quality undergraduate instruction, academic advising, and service is required.

POSITION START DATE: August 14, 2018

APPLICATION PROCESS: Apply online only at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/4316


Visiting Lecturer in Teacher Education

The School of Education at Indiana University South Bend invites applications for a Visiting Lecturer in P12 Special Education with an emphasis in Mild/Moderate Disabilities.

This is a visiting non-tenure track position for the 2017-18 academic year to begin August 1, 2017.

Duties include teaching a mixture of online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses in undergraduate and graduate special education programs leading to initial licensure in mild/moderate settings. A full load of four courses will be assigned each semester, and summer teaching may also be available. Attendance at school, accreditation, and department meetings and some on-campus service will be expected. In addition, regular on-campus office hours must be maintained.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master's degree in special education or a related field completed by July 1, 2017
  • 3 years experience teaching with a license in mild/moderate disabilities or equivalent categorical areas in K-12 public or private school special education settings

APPLICATION PROCESS: Apply online ONLY at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/3840

POSITION START DATE: August 1, 2017      

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 10, 2017

DIRECT QUESTIONS TO: Dr. Hope Smith Davis at hsdavis@iusb.edu

IU South Bend is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The University actively encourages applications and nominations of women, persons of color, applicants with disabilities, Veterans and members of other under-represented groups. IUSB is an AA/EEO employer.


Adjunct Lecturers for Communication Courses

The Communication Studies Department at Indiana University South Bend invites applications for adjunct (part-time) lecturer position to teach up to two, three-credit communication courses per semester. Possible teaching assignments could include:  Argumentation and Debate (SPCH-S228); Interpersonal Communication (SPCH-S122); Business & Professional Communication (SPCH-S223); Visual Communication (JOUR-J210); and more as departmental needs arise. (More than one adjunct lecturer is needed.)

IU South Bend is the third largest campus in the Indiana University system and serves the north central Indiana community. The growing Communication Studies department at IU South Bend currently includes B.A. and M.A. degrees in Speech Communication. Our mission is to prepare students to communicate effectively in personal, professional, and mediated environments.

Qualifications:  A Master of Arts in Communication (or closely related field) is required, along with evidence of innovative and effective teaching. Online teaching experience is a plus.

Application Requirements:  Interested candidates must submit the following items for consideration:  letter of application; Curriculum Vitae; unofficial transcripts; and, three letters of recommendation.

Please Send Application Materials To:    

Tami K Martinez, Chair of Communication Studies Department
Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts
tamimart@iusb.edu
574-520-4566

Indiana University South Bend is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Minority group members, women and disabled individuals are encouraged to apply. If you have a disability and need assistance, special arrangements can be made to accommodate most needs, Please contact Academic Affairs at: 574-520-4183. For hearing impaired, Sprint provides services at: 1-800-743-3333.

Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to excellence through diversity.


Adjunct Lecturers for the Public Speaking Course  

The Communication Studies Department at Indiana University South Bend invites applications for adjunct (part-time) lecturer positions to teach up to two, three-credit public speaking courses (SPCH-S121) per semester.  (More than one adjunct lecturer is needed.)

IU South Bend is the third largest campus in the Indiana University system and serves the north central Indiana community. The growing Communication Studies department at IU South Bend currently includes B.A. and M.A. degrees in Speech Communication. Our mission is to prepare students to communicate effectively in personal, professional, and mediated environments.

Qualifications:  A Master of Arts in Communication (or closely related field) is required, along with evidence of innovative and effective teaching. Online teaching experience is a plus.

Application Requirements:  Interested candidates must submit the following items for consideration:  letter of application; Curriculum Vitae; unofficial transcripts; and, three letters of recommendation. If you are selected for consideration, you will be invited to campus for an in-person interview and teaching demonstration.

Please Send Application Materials To:    

Kim McInerney, Coordinator of the Public Speaking Course
Communication Studies Department
Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts
kmmciner@iusb.edu574-520-4268

Indiana University South Bend is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Minority group members, women and disabled individuals are encouraged to apply. If you have a disability and need assistance, special arrangements can be made to accommodate most needs, Please contact Academic Affairs at: 574-520-4183. For hearing impaired, Sprint provides services at: 1-800-743-3333.

Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to excellence through diversity.


Field Coordinator

The Indiana University School of Social Work invites applications for the position of Field Coordinator on the IU South Bend campus.  This is a full-time, twelve-month, non-tenure track faculty appointment.  Anticipated start date is August 1, 2016.

Field Coordinators have primary responsibility for recruiting, developing, and assessing field placement agencies in locations where students are engaged in the program.  Field Coordinators act as advisors throughout the student placement process and as ongoing consultants to faculty liaisons, field instructors, and agency directors.  In addition to coordination of all field education experiences, Field Coordinators have instructional responsibility for teaching 1 course per calendar year or the equivalent of 1 course in faculty field liaison responsibility. Field Coordinators report to the Program Director on the IUSB campus in collaboration with the IUSSW Director of Field Education to assure compliance with all processes and procedures of the IUSSW and comparability of all curricular offerings.

The Indiana University School of Social Work (IUSSW), headquartered in Indianapolis, has a long and distinguished history that began in 1911.  IUSSW offers the BSW, MSW and PhD programs in Social Work and the AS and BS programs in Labor Studies.  The School has approximately 75 full-time faculty members on seven campuses.  The School enrolls nearly 1,500 students in its programs statewide.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Candidates are required to have

  • a Master of Social Work degree from a CSWE accredited program
  • a minimum of two years post-MSW full-time practice experience
  • experience supervising social work students as a field instructor

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • practice experience that reflects a generalist perspective
  • a sound familiarity with program evaluation
  • excellent interpersonal oral and written communication skills
  • strong organizational, managerial, and problem solving skills

APPLICATION PROCESS: Apply online only at https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/2441

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without
regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status

Campus Security Report

At Indiana University South Bend the safety and well being of all members of our campus community is a primary concern.  In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, the University publishes an annual security report that includes information about its services, crime prevention strategies, crime reporting policy, procedures & responses, access to campus facilities, enforcement & arrest authority of campus police officers, and campus crime statistics for the most recent three year period.  The campus police department also maintains a log of crimes that are reported to the department. This crime log may be found on the website at

https://www.iusb.edu/police/disposition_definitions.php

The security report also contains information on the University’s policy on alcohol and other drugs, and on other security related University policies. The information and service report is available on the website at

http://protect.iu.edu/police/cleryreports/iusb

 In addition to these resources an annual fire safety report is available for campus student housing. This report provides information about fire safety and fires that have occurred in on-campus housing facilities. This report includes fire statistics, the cause of each fire, damages caused by the fire and other details. This report may be accessed on the website at

https://inlocc.iu.edu/ORM/CAS/FireReporting/FireReportingInfo.cfm

A hard copy of these reports is available by writing to Indiana University South Bend, Police Department, 2002 Mishawaka Ave, South Bend, IN 46615.  The printed report may also be obtained by calling the department at 574-520-4499, or by stopping by the office.



Equal Opportunity | Affirmative Action | Diversity

IU South Bend is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The University actively encourages applications and nominations of women, persons of color, applicants with disabilities, veterans, and members of other under-represented groups.  IU South Bend is an AA/EEO employer.