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Sunday, September 29, 2013

BARBARA GAZDA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICANTS SOUGHT

Students and new professionals are encouraged to apply for the Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW) Barbara Gazda Scholarship to attend the 2014 ASGW Conference.  See the description below and on the ASGW website under Awards, Scholarships, Honors and Leadership/Scholarships at http://www.asgw.org/).  Please pass this information on to interested individuals.  Note that the submission deadline is November 15, 2013 and the scholarship will be presented at the ASGW conference February 2014.


BARBARA GAZDA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICANTS SOUGHT

Two $200 scholarships are available to support students and/or new professionals to attend the Association for Specialist in Group Work (ASGW) National Conference, which will be held February 6-9, 2014 in Orlando, Florida.

Applicants must submit a 300-500 word written statement that:
(1)   Confirms ASGW membership;
(2)   Identifies the university and degree program in which the applicant is currently enrolled or from which the applicant recently graduated;
(3)   Includes a statement of the applicant's interest and experience in group work, including ways in which the applicant is likely to benefit professionally from attending the conference.

Applicants should also provide the following information: name, mailing address, e-mail address, and contact number(s).

Electronic submissions are preferred and may be submitted via e-mail (attachment) to: kelly.mcdonnell@wmich.edu

Submissions via regular mail should include three (3) typed and double spaced copies of the application to:  Kelly McDonnell, Ph.D., Western Michigan University, CECP–5226, 1903 W. Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI 49008

Applications must be received by November 15, 2013. Scholarship recipients will be asked to provide a social security number to receive scholarship payment.

Questions may be directed to Kelly McDonnell at kelly.mcdonnell@wmich.edu or 269-387-5107.  Information about the scholarships and conference can be found on the Association for Specialists in Group Work website at http://www.asgw.org/

SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter #142 is now online

SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter #142 is now online: http://bit.ly/1eRPpA9
SchoolCounselor.com is an electronic newsletter, compiled by Russ Sabella, Ph.D., designed to advance counselors' level of technological literacy, application, and integration. You will find practical solutions and answers to technology related problems, especially as they apply to your job as counselor. If you would like to share a tip or trick, or if you would like to ask a question, e-mail Russ Sabella at news@schoolcounselor.com

Friday, September 27, 2013

The University of Alabama

The University of Alabama
College of Education
Department of Educational Studies in Psychology, Research
Methodology and Counseling
Program in Counselor Education
 
Position:   Assistant Professor of Counselor Education, Rehabilitation Counseling (Tenure Track)
 
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Earned doctorate in Rehabilitation Counseling or a closely related field or Counselor
  • Education with specialty preparation in rehabilitation counseling (degree by date of hire)
  • Certified Rehabilitation Counselor certification, CRC
 
Preferred Qualifications:  
  • Broad-based experience serving varied populations of persons with disabilities
  • A record of research productivity
  • Experience providing high quality training of rehabilitation counselors using distance education technology (e.g., Blackboard)
  • Experience teaching as a faculty member, graduate teaching assistant, or doctoral intern within a counselor education program
  • Broad-based experience serving varied populations of persons with disabilities
       
 
Responsibilities:
  • Teach graduate courses in both rehabilitation education and general counselor education curriculum
  • Develop and pursue a sustained research agenda resulting in publications and external funding
  • Participate in program initiatives, advising and faculty decisions
 
Further information about the program and college is accessible at www.education.ua.edu
 andhttp://education.ua.edu/psych/counselor/index.html
.
 
Questions regarding this position can be directed to Dr. Joy Burnham atjburnham@bamaed.ua.edu.
 
Salary:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience
 
Starting Date:  August 16, 2014
 
Benefits:
  • Health and Life Insurance
  • TIAA-CREF available
  • Teachers' Retirement System of Alabama
  • Summer employment available on an as needed basis
 
Application Deadline: The review of credentials will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  
 
Application Process: 
Please apply online at https://facultyjobs.ua.edu
. A letter of application, curriculum vita, unofficial transcript of all graduate coursework, samples of professional writing, and names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references are required to complete the online application process
 
Prior to hiring, the final candidate must successfully pass a pre-employment background investigation and submit “official” transcript(s) of all graduate coursework.
 
The University of Alabama is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.  Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Title XV, Section 504 ADA Employer

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Northern State University

Northern State University
Counselor Education Faculty Position


Position title: Assistant Professor of School Counseling

Qualifications: Applicants must have an earned doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision with an emphasis in School Counseling, preferably from a CACREP-accredited program, or have been employed as a full-time faculty member in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year; ABD considered for a term instructor. Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience as PK-12 school counselors. A record of scholarly productivity or potential, teaching experience, and professional service will enhance the candidate&#8217s application. 

Responsibilities: Responsibilities include graduate teaching in a learner-centered environment, practicum and internship supervision, graduate student advisement, curriculum development and program assessment, scholarly activity, and service to the university and community. Appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor is dependent on qualifications and experience. Salary is commensurate with rank and experience.

Departmental information: Northern State University offers both faculty and students access to a uniquely sophisticated E-learning environment, providing an unparalleled opportunity to advance innovative practices in education. The School of Education is developing a faculty reflecting cultural diversity and is strongly committed to the recruitment, hiring, and retention of underrepresented groups.

Setting: Northern State University is a premier regional institution characterized by outstanding instruction, extraordinary community relations, and unparalleled extracurricular opportunities. For the past four years, NSU has been named by US News and World Report as one of the best undergraduate institutions in the Midwest. NSU is fully accredited by NCATE, NASM, NIBS and HLC and is currently seeking CACREP accreditation. NSU is located in Aberdeen, South Dakota, a vibrant community in northeastern S.D. The city has a population of approximately 26,000 people and is a retail hub for the region. The University enjoys a positive and strong relationship with the city and region.

About Northern State University: Northern State University is a premier regional institution characterized by outstanding instruction, extraordinary community relations, and unparalleled extracurricular opportunities. For the past five years, NSU has been named by US News and World Report as one of the best undergraduate institutions in the Midwest. It is organized into the College of Arts & Sciences, School of Business, School of Education, and the School of Fine Arts. Graduate programs are offered at the master&#8217s level in e-learning, leadership and administration, counseling, and teaching and learning through the School of Education. NSU is fully accredited by NCATE, NASM, NIBS and HLC. NSU is located in Aberdeen, South Dakota, a vibrant community in northeastern S.D. The city has a population of approximately 25,000 people and is a retail hub for the region. The University enjoys a positive and strong relationship with the city and region.

Application: Review of applications will begin October 7, 2013. The position is open until filled with an anticipated January 13, 2014 start date. For more information regarding this position, and to apply, visit:https://yourfuture.sdbor.edu
. Click on &#8216Northern State University&#8217 in the Quick Search section. The system will guide you through the electronic application form. AA/EOE

(Application information) - in addition to the online application, the following documents are required. 
X Cover letter
X Curriculum Vita
X Transcripts
X Three References

Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation Journal

Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation Journal
 
A national peer-refereed journal of Sage Publications
Published with the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling, a division of the American Counseling Association
 
Editor: Rebecca Newgent, Ph.D., L.C.P.C., NCC
Western Illinois University - Quad Cities
 
Call for Editorial Board Members
2014-2017
 
The Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation journal (CORE) provides counselors, counselor educators, researchers, educators, and other mental health practitioners (e.g., psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, addictions counselors) with outcome research and program evaluation practices for work with individuals across the lifespan. It addresses topics such as: treatment efficacy; clinical diagnosis; program evaluation; research design; outcome measure reviews; and ethical, legal, and cultural concerns in the assessment of dependent variables, implementation of clinical interventions, and outcome research. The journal is published biannually. The Editor is looking for editorial board members with expertise across various specialties, assessments/outcome measures and research methodologies.
 
CORE proposes to highlight “what works” in counseling and education settings, providing evidence-based clinical tools, strategies and interventions. Further, the journal discusses professional, ethical, legal and cultural issues in outcome research, attends to diagnostic procedures and concerns related to mental health and comorbid issues, and highlights innovative methods in research design and program evaluation. Thus, the overarching goal of the journal is to improve counseling practices and move the counseling profession more toward standardized, ethical and culturally-relevant use of counseling interventions, quality measures, and programs.
 
CORE is designed to disseminate evidence-based clinical tools, strategies and interventions. Essentially, the journal highlights “what works” in the counseling profession for various sub-disciplines with applications to other mental health professions. Articulating effective and efficacious counseling interventions involves standardized, ethically- and culturally-relevant use of quality measures (i.e., assessment, diagnosis), interventions (i.e., process and outcome research), and programs (i.e., program evaluation).
 
CORE includes (a) primarily evidence-based articles that deal with various counseling outcome research and evaluation practices; (b) conceptual articles that move the profession forward in terms of outcome research and evaluation, and (c) “teaching articles” that present best practices in research methodology in a clear, understandable manner for mental health professionals and trainees.
 
Visit http://cor.sagepub.com/
 for more information about CORE.
Interested applicants are to submit a brief cover letter and an abbreviated vita by November 15, 2013, to Dr. Rebecca Newgent, Editor, at core@wiu.edu

Kansas State University

Assistant Professor
Special Education, Counseling, and Student Affairs College of Education
Kansas State University
 The Department of Special Education, Counseling, and Student Affairs at Kansas State University invites applications for a term assistant professor position.
Responsibilities include
The position involves teaching undergraduate courses in educational psychology for elementary and/or secondary education students and interpersonal relations for secondary education students, and collaborating with colleagues in teaching courses. In addition, the position involves teaching graduate courses in counseling and may include assisting with advising students. The position also involves participating in departmental, college, and university service.
Required Qualifications
Doctorate in Counseling or Counselor Education and Supervision from an accredited institution
Teaching experience at the elementary or secondary level
School counseling experience at the elementary or secondary level
Strong potential for excellence in college or university teaching
Experience collaborating with colleagues in universities and/or local education agencies Experience integrating technology into the classroom and/or teaching online Experience working with diverse populations
 Preferred Qualifications
Degree from a Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) accredited institution
Collaborative/team teaching experience at the college/university level
Established record in college or university teaching
Demonstration of commitment to professional activities
Demonstration of college or university service 
To apply, submit a letter of application describing how one’s educational background and professional experience meet the required and preferred qualifications, a curriculum vita, university transcripts showing the highest degree earned (unofficial transcripts may be submitted; official transcripts will be required prior to an offer), and three letters of recommendation to Ms. Cassy Llewelyn, Administrative Assistant, 369 Bluemont Hall, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506
Electronic applications may be submitted to cjwalker@ksu.edu.
Review of applications will begin October 20, 2013, and continue until the position is filled.  Position beginsJanuary 5, 2014.  Kansas State University is an equal opportunity employer. Background check required.

Loyola University Maryland

Loyola University Maryland 

Assistant Professor in Pastoral Counseling
 
The Pastoral Counseling Graduate Program at Loyola University Maryland is recruiting a full-time (10-month), tenure-track, assistant professor in Pastoral Counseling to begin August 2014. We are seeking individuals who share our vision for training highly competent and effective professional counselors who integrate spirituality into their counseling models. Our CACREP approved Master's and Doctoral programs prepare graduates for academic, clinical, administrative, and/or research careers in the fields of professional counseling. The program strives to interpret human behavior holistically, as an integration of individuals' psychological, spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social dimensions. 

The position responsibilities include: teaching 6 graduate-level CACREP courses per year (3 per semester); developing and carrying out a productive research agenda in clinical, supervision, and/or education issues in the counselor education and pastoral counseling fields that involves the integration of spiritual/religious themes with cutting edge counseling and psychological practice; serving on dissertation committees; serving on department and university committees; and academic advising of Master's and Doctoral students. The expectation is also for the person to demonstrate emerging leadership and professional interest in the Counselor Education and Pastoral Counseling fields with a desire to grow in professional leadership in both fields. 

Applicants must: 
- possess a doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision or closely related field and be licensed or license eligible in Maryland as a professional counselor. 
- demonstrate an academic and professional interest in the integration of spirituality in counselor education and pastoral counseling. The ideal candidate will also possess training in ministry or theology. 
- have advanced clinical, supervision, and teaching skills that involve the integration of spiritual/theological themes and reflection into course content and clinical work. 
- demonstrate the potential for an active and productive program of research and have the skills to serve as leaders on dissertation committees. 
- demonstrate emerging leadership and professional interest in the Counselor Education and Pastoral Counseling fields with a desire to grow in professional leadership in both fields. 
- demonstrate commitment to promoting the Jesuit Catholic Mission of the University, appreciation of the spiritual nature of our program, and sensitivity to the experiences of our spiritually- and religiously-committed student population. 

Loyola University Maryland is a dynamic, Jesuit Catholic institution that is recognized as a leading comprehensive university in the northeastern United States. Located in Baltimore with Graduate Centers in Timonium and Columbia, Loyola enrolls over 2,000 students in its graduate programs. 

The University welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to its educational mission. Loyola is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups, regardless of religious affiliation. Additional information is available at www.loyola.edu



Apply at https://careers.loyola.edu

. A letter of intent outlining potential fit with the program, C.V., and a list of references should be attached at the appropriate prompt on the application. Sample publications or preprints may also be upload or emailed to lfenzel@loyola.edu

If an interview is scheduled, then 3 original letters of recommendation, original transcripts, and a Jesuit mission essay are required and should be sent immediately to Dr. L. Mickey Fenzel, Loyola University Maryland, 8890 McGaw Road, Suite 380, Columbia, MD 21045.  

Department of Counselor Education at Boise State University

Assistant/Associate Professor
The Department of Counselor Education at Boise State University is seeking a tenure-track faculty position beginning August 2014.  This academic department represents the MA in Counselor Education with program areas in School and Addictions counseling, as well as an EdD in Curriculum and Instruction with counselor education and supervision emphasis.  The department faculty are active in contract and grant-funded programs.
Each successful candidate is expected to provide evidence of all of the following minimum qualifications:
·      Earned doctorate in Counselor Education preferably from a CACREP-accredited program, or have been employed as a full-time faculty member in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year
·      Evidence of effective teaching in a CACREP-accredited program in Counselor Education
·      Teaching, research, and clinical experience in school counseling or addictions counseling
·      Dedication to highly active research and scholarship
·      Professionalism and collegiality
·      License eligible as a professional counselor in Idaho
·      Teaching experience with on-line and other technology driven instruction
·      Multicultural competency
Preferred qualifications include:
·      Evidence of collaboration/partnerships with other departments, school districts and/or agencies
·      Knowledge and experience with developing program resources through contract, grant-writing, and other related activities
·      Passion for working with culturally diverse learners
·      Enthusiasm and commitment to advising and teaching in doctoral education
·      Commitment to the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning (e.g., hybrid, on-line course structuring)
·      Multilingual fluency
Salary is negotiable and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application Procedure:
Applicants should prepare and submit electronically the following documents: letter of application addressing qualifications, curriculum vitae, and official undergraduate and graduate transcripts. In addition, three letters of professional recommendation should be sent by email as attachments, preferably by the letter writer. Unofficial copies of transcripts may be submitted for initial screening. Official copies of all transcripts will be required for subsequent consideration.
All application materials should be sent to:
Kristin Batten
Administrative Assistant
Department of Counselor Education
Boise State University, MS 1721
1910 University Dr.
Boise, ID 83725-1721

Phone: 208.426.1219

Review of applications will begin November 1, 2013, and continue until the position is filled. For additional information about the position please email the Chair of the Search Committee.
Boise State offers a new workload policy for professors aimed to give them more flexibility. Please feel free to read more about this at http://cobe.boisestate.edu/files/2010/04/COBE-Workload-Policy-1-30-09.pdf
.

For more information about the College of Education at Boise State University, Please visithttp://education.boisestate.edu
.


Boise State University is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The University actively encourages applications and nominations of women, persons of color, and members of other underrepresented groups. EEO/AA Institution, Veterans preference.
 







Nova Southeastern University

Nova Southeastern University
Assistant Professor, Counselor Education
Center for Psychological Studies
Fort Lauderdale, FL


Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, invites applications for an assistant professor position in the School Counseling program. The successful candidate will provide teaching, supervision, research, and service. The candidate will also provide advisement and mentoring, assist with program development activities, and fulfill service responsibilities to the division, college, and university to advance the university and counseling profession. The candidate will be expected to teach in a variety of educational formats including traditional, intensive, and online, both on campus and at NSU campuses in Florida. Faculty also work in collaboration with other colleagues in the Center for Psychological Studies and community partners, develop and carry out a research/grant agenda, demonstrate a commitment to diversity, and supervise students in practicum and in internship field placements.

Qualifications:  The applicant must possess a doctorate in Counselor Education (doctoral degree must be earned and conferred by date of hire) and be certified or eligible for certification as a Professional School Counselor. Preference will be given to applicants from a CACREP-accredited program with documented experience in the field of school counseling, active involvement in professional counseling organizations, experience with educational technology, and a commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration.

Minimum Qualifications:
·         Doctorate degree in Counselor Education or Counseling
·         Experience working as a Professional School Counselor
·         Certified or eligible for certification as a school counselor in Florida
·         Commitment to the professional field of Counselor Education and School Counseling as evidenced by education, teaching, counseling experience, research, and professional affiliations, such as ASCA and ACA
·         Experience teaching graduate level courses or seminars
·         Commitment to developing diversity and multicultural counseling competencies

Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled. Please apply on-line to Position #993401 at: www.nsujobs.com
 
 AA/EOE (quicklink:www.nsujobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=77465
 
).  Visit our website at:www.nova.edu
.




Dr. Carolyn Berger
Assistant Professor at the Center for Psychological Studies
Nova Southeastern University
3301 College Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314
Phone 954-262-5689

Neag School of Education

Position Opening: Open Rank Professor of Counselor Education
The Neag School of Education invites applications for a full-time nine (9) month, open rank tenure track faculty position in Counselor Education with a start date of January 23, 2014. The successful candidate will teach graduate classes in the Counseling Program; maintain an active research agenda; advise students; have academic as well as clinical experience specific to School Counseling; fulfill service responsibilities to the program, department, school, university and the broader community; and advocate for the profession of School Counseling.  Applicants for a senior appointment must have a substantial publication record, grant history, a current research agenda relevant to the ASCA Model and Transformed School Counseling, and administrative experience and evidence of faculty leadership. The salary is competitive and commensurate with rank.  Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please visit Husky Hire at www.jobs.uconn.edu
 to submit a letter of application, a current vita, all transcripts, three samples of scholarly writing, and three letters of reference.  Applicants should contact Dr. Orv C. Karan, Chair of the Counseling Search Committee, with further questions (Orv.Karan@uconn.edu) The University of Connecticut is an EEO/AA employer and encourages applications from traditionally underrepresented groups. (Search #2014149)



Educational Psychology: Counselor Education
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor                                                     
General Description of the Job

The Neag School of Education invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in counseling.  The successful candidate will teach graduate courses in: the CACREP accredited program in school counselor education leading to a Master of Arts degree in Education, the program in school counselor education leading to a Sixth-Year Diploma, and the program in school counselor education, leading to a Ph.D. in Counselor Education.  All programs in counseling emphasize culture and gender issues, and sensitivity to the needs of special populations.  People of color and others from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. 
The successful candidate will teach graduate classes in the counseling program; maintain an active research agenda; advise students; have academic as well as clinical experience specific to school counseling; fulfill service responsibilities to the program, department, school, university and the broader community; and advocate for the profession of school counseling.
The mission of the University of Connecticut’s Counseling Program at the Master’s and Sixth Year Levels is to educate the next generation of culturally competent professional school counselors to implement ASCA Model and culturally relevant school counseling programs in K-12 schools and function as educational leaders; advocates for all students, with a special emphasis on students from underrepresented groups such as those whose families are economically poor and students of Color; system change agents with critical thinking and data usage skills; effective counselors who implement all ASCA Model program components; and collaborators with faculty, parents, and community stakeholders.  Inherent in the mission is our priority in preparing students to demonstrate effectiveness by: assessing and evaluating their school counseling programs; actively advocating for educational equity; working to close the achievement gap for students from oppressed groups such as those whose families are economically poor and students of Color; and closing the college opportunity gaps through equity-based college readiness counseling for all students. The priority for our Ph.D. program is to prepare counselor educators with the specialized knowledge, experience and clinical skills that will enable them to play a leadership role in the preparation of the next generation of professional school counselors.
Job Responsibilities may include:
·         Apply understandings of issues of diversity, equity and multiculturalism to scholarship
·         Conduct innovative research
·         Pursue and secure external funding to advance the study of issues related to educational equity and to closing achievement and college opportunity gaps
·         Teach graduate courses in counseling graduate programs
·         Advise students
·         Serve on Departmental, School and University committees
·         Provide service to professional and community organizations
Minimum Qualifications
·         Doctorate degree in Counselor Education
·         A minimum of three years full-time employment as a professional school counselor or three years of full-time employment as a faculty member in a counselor education program
·         Professional identify as a counselor educator as evidenced by research and professional affiliations associated with the ASCA Model and Transformed School Counseling
·         Evidence of experience(s) in successfully promoting educational equity for an underrepresented student group(s)
·         College teaching experience in counselor education
·         Experience supervising school counseling interns and/or practicum students
·         Applicants for a senior appointment must have a substantial publication record, grant history, and a current research agenda relevant to the ASCA Model and Transformed School Counseling
·         Applicants for senior appointments must also have administrative experience and evidence of faculty leadership

Preferred Qualifications
·         Demonstrated research commitment in topics related to equity-based school counseling for English language learners; personal/social, academic, and college and career readiness; and/or students with special needs in the context of chronically underperforming schools
·         Experience and/or expertise with models for creating school, family and community partnerships
·         Demonstrated skills and abilities for collaborating with university colleagues and community members in establishing innovative research and practice for successful cradle-to-career pathways for underrepresented student groups
Appointment Terms
This is a full-time, nine (9) month, open rank tenure track appointment with a start date of January  23, 2014.  Salary is competitive based on qualifications and experience.
To apply
Please access www.jobs.uconn.edu
 to submit the following: Personal statement describing how you meet minimum and preferred qualifications, current vita, three letters of reference and samples of scholarly work.  Please include your last name and search number (2014149) in the document title for each letter submitted.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  To insure full consideration application materials should be submitted no later than October 20, 2013

At the University of Connecticut, our commitment to excellence is complemented by our commitment to building a culturally diverse community.  We actively encourage women, people with disabilities, and people of Color to apply.  The University of Connecticut is an EEO/AA employer.

Antioch University New England in Keene, NH

Two Open Rank Core Faculty Positions in Clinical Mental Health
Counseling at
 
Antioch University New England in Keene, NH 
Antioch University New England is seeking two full-time, core faculty members to begin July 1, 2014. The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program is CACREP accredited and part of the Department of Applied Psychology.  The department also includes degree
programs in Marriage and Family Therapy, Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling,
 
and a certificate programs in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Applied Behavior Analysis.
 The Positions
Responsibilities include teaching courses in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, as well as some core courses that all masters’ level students within the department are required to take. All faculty members are expected to participate fully on the faculty team, advise students, be active in scholarship, and participate in service to the profession and to the university.
Educational and Experiential Requirements and Credentials
An earned doctorate in counselor education (CACREP-accredited program preferred),eligible for licensure as a mental health counselor in New Hampshire, at least three- to
five-years professional clinical experience, and graduate teaching experience. Successful
 
candidates must be able to develop and sustain a program of scholarship in counseling or
 
counselor education.
Preferred Qualifications/Areas of Interest
Substance abuse and addictions counseling, career counseling, multicultural counseling,online teaching experience, trauma-informed treatment modalities, research and progra
m
 evaluation, and/or assessment.
The University, Campus, and Department
Antioch University is a regionally accredited, multi-campus, coast –to-coast institution of
higher learning that provides learner-centered education to empower students with the
 
knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and
environmental justice.
Antioch University New England (AUNE), one of AU’s five campuses, provides graduate
education that is rigorous, experiential, and socially engaged. Our master’s students are
 
typically adult learners who commute to campus for classes one-two days per week from
 
all over the New England area. We serve nearly 1,000 students.
 The Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is committed to social justice, experiential
learning, clinical training, and scholarship, using creative, progressive, and applied
 
approaches. Our students attend classes one or two days each week and online, combine
 
studies with work, internship, and family life. AUNE has been educating counselors for
 
over 40 years and has a network of alumni throughout New England who serve as our
 
supervisors and employers.
 To applysend a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and list of three references with current contact information electronically to hr@antiochne.edu with “CMHC Faculty Search” in the subject heading. For more information about the position
s
, please contact Dr. Barb Andrews, chair of the search committee, at bandrews@antioch.edu.
Review of applications will begin November 1, 2013, and continue until the positions are
filled.
AUNE is committed to providing a learning and work environment free from
discrimination and harassment. Programs, activities, and employment are available with
 
equal opportunity for all and without discrimination on the basis of race, age, color,
 
gender, gender identity, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, family status,or disability. The campus is a smoke-free environment.

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