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Friday, September 13, 2013

JOB: Vanderbilt University: Faculty Position in School Counseling



Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College

Department: Human and Organizational Development

Position Title: Faculty Position in School Counseling- Open Level

Position Type: Tenure-Track Faculty

The interdisciplinary Department of Human and Organizational Development (HOD) continues its open search for a tenure-track or tenured position in school counseling and invites applications for the position. Candidates must be graduates of CACREP-accredited school counseling doctoral programs. The successful candidate will have a productive research program and track record of external funding, excellent teaching credentials, and demonstrated capacity to contribute to the Department’s program in Human Development Counseling, which has school and clinical mental health counseling tracks. She or he will also contribute to the department’s doctoral program in Community Research and Action and its undergraduate program. Candidates with interests in positive youth development or the intersection of schools and health are especially encouraged to apply. This faculty position provides a unique opportunity to join a highly productive, diverse, and interdisciplinary faculty at a research-intensive university. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2013.


Please submit application material, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, research statement, teaching statement, select publications, CACREP Certification, and three reference letters via the following link:  https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3075. Additional questions or information may be directed to Professor William L. Turner (William.l.turner@vanderbilt.edu), 615-322-6881 or http://peabody.vanderbilt.edu/departments/hod/index.php.


Vanderbilt University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer with a strong intuitional commitment to diversity in all areas.  The university actively seeks applications from women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities.  

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