The position is responsible for supporting project objectives of the Educational Justice Policy Practice Initiative led by Michael Lynch and Dr. Annahita Ball as part of the School of Social Work and Buffalo Center for Social Research. It is supported by a grant from the Council on Social Work Education. This position will ensure that project objectives remain consistent with the specified requirements and goals of the project, and that they are achieved on schedule and within budget.
This position involves creating and facilitating an enhanced field placement opportunity in which MSW students will complete one year of school-based social work field placement (in-person or remotely) over the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters. Participants will also attend seminars focused on educational policy, creative problem solving, and policy practice leadership. The successful candidate will be required to create meaningful field opportunities for students pertaining to program objectives. The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent interpersonal, administrative and organizational skills and have the ability to work both independently and with partners throughout Buffalo.
This position is for a limited term with estimated dates of 8/24/20-5/21/20.
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