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Thank you for your interest in working at Widener University. Please note that although Widener University entered into a hiring freeze in March 2020, the below positions are currently available and accepting applications.

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Assistant Professor, Center for Social Work, Non-tenure track faculty Chester
Widener University's Center for Social Work Education invites applications for a non-tenure track clinical position at the rank of Assistant Professor. This faculty position carries a 4/4 teaching load as well as an active research and publication agenda along with university and community service responsibilities. Teaching assignments may be a combination of BSW, MSW and/or PhD courses. We are looking for an advanced practice faculty member who has a long history of clinical practice experience with marginalized populations, is knowledgeable about trauma informed practice, and who integrates a clinical perspective into a wide spectrum of community venues and social change initiatives.
Assistant Director of Advising and Retention Chester
Widener University is currently seeking an Assistant Director of Advising and Retention in the School of Nursing.
Adjunct, Lab Assistant, School of Nursing - HARRISBURG CAMPUS Harrisburg
Widener University is currently seeking an Adjunct Lab assistant for the Harrisburg Campus. This role reports to the Assistant Dean of the Harrisburg Campus and provides support to the Undergraduate Nursing Program by managing lab supplies as well as lab set up.
Campus Safety Officer - 3rd shift, Main Campus Chester
Widener University is currently seeking a Campus Safety Officer to join our 3rd shift team. Campus Safety Officers are responsible for ensuring the safety and general well being of all University community members, safe-guarding university property and enforcing university policies and rules. Emphasis will be on fostering good community relations and providing professional service. Officers must conduct themselves in a professional manner and display courtesy to all individuals with whom they have contact.
Assistant/Associate Professor, Institute for Occupational Therapy Education - Tenure Track Chester
Widener University's Institute for Occupational Therapy Education Program is actively seeking a full-time Assistant/Associate Professor for the Doctorate in Occupational Therapy (OTD) Program in the College of Health and Human Services. This is a 10-month tenure-track position for a candidate that graduated with a degree in Occupational Therapy and earned a doctoral degree from an accredited college or university. The candidate must also have initial certification by the National Board of Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT), eligibility for OT Licensure in Pennsylvania, 1-3 years teaching and research experience in an institution of higher education, and a minimum of 3 years clinical experience. Preference will be given to individuals with clinical, teaching, and research expertise in adults, pediatrics, and or/mental health and an interest in Doctoral Capstone oversight. This role reports to the Director of the Institute for Occupational Therapy Education in the College of Health and Human Services. Responsibilities include teaching courses on campus and online (when requested), serve as academic advisor and/or mentor for students and/or student organizations, contribute to scholarship through research, presentations and/or publications, maintain currency in the academic discipline through continuing study, research, and/or participation in professional activities, pursue service and leadership opportunities within the Program, College, University and profession, serve as Doctoral Capstone Faculty Mentor (4-5 students per year), and other duties assigned by the Director.
Assistant Professor, Institute for Occupational Therapy Education - Non-Tenure Track - Academic Fieldwork Coordinator Chester
Widener University Institute for Occupational Therapy Education Program is actively seeking a full-time 12 month clinical track position as Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor to serve as the Academic Fieldwork Coordinator (AFWC) for the Doctorate in Occupational Therapy (OTD) Program in the College of Health and Human Services. This AWFC reports to the Director of the Institute for Occupational Therapy Education and is responsible for the OTD Program compliance with the fieldwork requirements defined by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) and outlined in the accreditation standards. The AFWC administers all aspects the fieldwork portion of the program which includes oversight of Level I and Level II Fieldwork rotations. Responsibilities also include interfacing with fieldwork educators for on-going clinical site development. A significant portion of the AFWC’s annual work load is dedicated to the management and administration of the fieldwork program, and fieldwork-related teaching.
Assistant or Associate Professor in Human Sexuality Studies Chester
Widener University is currently seeking an Assistant or Associate Professor in Human Sexuality Studies, reporting to the Director of the Center for Human Sexuality Studies and the Dean of the College of Health and Human Services. Center for Human Sexuality Studies (CHSS): CHSS is housed within the College of Health and Human Services, which also includes programs in Clinical Psychology, Physical Therapy, Social Work, Education, Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant Education and Speech and Language Pathology. Offering Masters and Doctoral degrees, and a variety of professional development and continuing education programs, CHSS is a unique program nationally, providing professional and scholarly education in human sexuality with concentrations in sexuality education, sex therapy, public policy, and non-profit management. The program draws students from across the country and internationally. To make our programs available for working adults, we offer courses that meet on weekends, weeknights, and in hybrid, online and in-person formats. CHSS has a strong commitment to social justice and the intersections of multiple identities and perspectives. We are seeking a candidate who reflects these core values in their work. For more information see widener.edu/humansexuality.
Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion- Delaware Law School Delaware
Widener University Delaware Law School is currently seeking an Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Located in Wilmington, Delaware, Delaware Law School is committed to creating and fostering a learning environment and community that is welcoming, inclusive, diverse, and equitable for all students, faculty and staff. Reporting to the Dean of Delaware Law School, the Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will serve as a key member of the school leadership team whose primary responsibility will be to spearhead the law school’s diversity initiatives and to serve as a liaison among students, faculty and staff related to DEI. This role will serve as the principal expert on developing policies, programming, training, procedures and partnerships to ensure that all community members have fair and equal access to educational and experiential learning opportunities at Delaware Law School.
Adjunct, Psychology Chester
Widener University’s College of Arts & Sciences is currently seeking highly qualified adjunct faculty to teach Psychology courses. Our immediate needs are for Introductory Psychology, however there may be opportunity to teach other courses as well.
Biomedical Engineering Teaching Faculty Chester
Widener University's School of Engineering invites applications for a non tenure-track faculty position at the rank of teaching assistant/associate professor or lecturer/senior lecturer in the biomedical engineering department starting January 2021. Responsibilities include teaching and developing courses for the biomedical engineering undergraduate and graduate curricula, and service.

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