Call for Applications: Faculty of Conflict Resolution at DCAR, Nova Southeastern Univ.


Job Title

Assistant/Associate Professor, Conflict Analysis & Resolution (Rank TBD)  

Position Numbers

994860 and 999069


School of Humanities & Social Sciences  


Main Campus, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314  

Job Open Date


Job Close Date

Open Until Filled

Job Category


Hiring Range:

Commensurate With Experience  

Pay Basis


Subject to Grant Funding?:


Job Grade/level:


Type of Shift

Faculty 12 months  

Benefits Eligible

Reg FT w/Benefits  

Primary Purpose:

In addition to the policies published in the university Faculty Handbook, the following lists detail the responsibilities of the faculty. The Dean may assign additional responsibilities as required by the needs of the Department and/or School. Also, some faculty may be assigned additional administrative responsibilities.  

Essential Job Functions:

Overall Responsibilities:

1. The recruitment and admission of students to the department.

2. The establishment of academic standards to be met by the students.

3. The establishment of curricula and the approval of all courses of instruction.

4. The setting of requirements for all degrees to be conferred.

5. The certification of students who have completed requirements for degrees and the recommendation of such students to the Board of Trustees.

6. The establishment of general standards to be met by the educational and research programs conducted within the School.

7. Evaluating students fairly on the basis of academic performance.

8. Encouraging free and open discussion, inquiry, and expression by students.

9. Providing competent instruction and advisement.

10. Treating information about students' beliefs, academic records, political attitudes, and personal lives as confidential information.

11. When engaging in professional activities inside or outside the University, to refrain from any activities which would constitute academic misconduct, a conflict of interest, or the appearance of a breach of professional ethics.

Specific Teaching Responsibilities:

1. Instruction in doctoral, master's, and related courses.

2. Student advising/mentoring, research, writing, and thesis/dissertation supervision.

3. Practicum and field placement supervision.

4. Curriculum oversight.

5. Participation in faculty meetings and on School and University committees.

6. Contribute to continuing education and post-graduate training programs.

7. Timely submission of syllabi to academic administrators.

Specific Professional Responsibilities:

1. Publications in refereed journals.

2. Authorship of books, texts, book chapters, etc.

3. Publication of other relevant writing.

4. Principal investigator on grants and contracts.

5. Editor or associate editor of a journal.

6. Reviewer for a journal or an academic grant.

7. Juried presentations at professional meetings or public forums.

8. Office in a county, state, regional, national and international professional association.

9. Departmental, School, Division, and University service.

10. Community outreach and service.  

Marginal Job Functions:


Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:


Job Description


Job Requirements


Required Certifications/Licensures:


Required Education

Doctoral Degree  

Major (if required):

Conflict Resolution or related field  

Required Experience:

1. Doctoral Degree must be earned and conferred by date of hire.

2. Background and experience in conflict resolution practice, teaching, and grant writing.

3. Research background in qualitative and/or quantitative methodologies.  

Preferred Qualifications:

Skilled in one or more of the following areas: Quantitative
Methods; Asia/Southeastern Asia; Applied Conflict Resolution
Systems and Processes; Organizational or Workplace Conflict; and Grant Development.  

Is this a safety sensitive position (are applicants potentially subject to drug testing)?


Does this position require a criminal background screening?


Pre-Employment Conditions


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