Research university with CACREP M.S. and PhD programs
The position involves teaching graduate courses in the M.S. in School Counseling and Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision programs, the M.S. in College Student Development program, and/or the M.S. in Academic Advising program. The courses in these programs are offered in various modalities, including in-person, online, and blended. The successful candidate will teach four courses each semester with the possibility of summer teaching if desired and needed. Other responsibilities include advising graduate students, providing service, participating in faculty governance, and being involved with relevant professional associations.
Earned doctorate from a CACREP accredited Counselor Education program (by May 2021)
Licensed as a counselor (by August 2021)
Evidence of work experience in counseling, college student development, academic advising, and/or a related area of higher education
Potential for excellence in instruction and advising, both on-campus and online
Ability to implement and integrate instructional technology in learning management systems
Commitment to working with and supporting diverse populations and to pursuing equity and social justice
Active membership in at least one professional association
Three to five years of professional experience as a counselor and/or in a higher education role
Record of university teaching experience
Experience developing and teaching both on-campus and online courses
Experience advising graduate students
Leadership in professional associations
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