Department: Sociology / 0-1263-000
College/Division: College of Arts and Sciences
Salary Plan: Faculty
Hiring Salary/Salary Range: Negotiable

The Department of Sociology at the University of South Florida seeks candidates who specialize in social aspects of health, illness,
and/or disability to fill a nine-month, full-time, tenure-earning position as Assistant Professor to begin August 7, 2022. This position
aligns with two of USF’s areas of strategic emphasis – health and social justice.

QUALIFICATIONS (Education & Experience):
Minimum Qualifications:
Ph.D. in Sociology from an accredited institution is required. Applications from individuals who are ABD accepted, but the degree must
be conferred by appointment start date. Must meet university criteria for the rank of Assistant Professor.

Preferred Qualifications:
Applications from scholars with research and teaching records in health inequities or health/disability-based inclusion/exclusion
preferred. Preference also given to scholars who demonstrate success in publication, teaching, and potential for funding. A variety of
epistemological and methodological approaches considered, and applications from qualitative sociologists are particularly encouraged.
Members of groups traditionally underrepresented in academia are also especially encouraged to apply.

Information for Applicants
Teaching load for research productive tenured faculty in our doctoral granting department is typically 2/2, and we provide a one course
per year reduction during the tenure-earning period. Our department is a multi-campus, multi-program unit with Tampa being the home
campus for this position.

Salary is negotiable. To apply, please visit and upload a single pdf containing the following materials in this
order: 1. a cover letter (addressed to, Dr. S. Crawley, Search Committee Chair); 2. a CV, including the names and contact information
for three references; 3. a research statement; 4. a teaching portfolio, including teaching philosophy and evidence of successful
teaching; 5. a DEI statement (1-2 pages) that explains your experience with and commitments to working with diverse populations and
promoting inclusive excellence; and 6. a writing sample. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Review of complete
applications will begin promptly on November 7, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.

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