JOHN CARROLL UNIVERSITY
TENURE TRACK FACULTY IN THE COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAM
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION & ALLIED STUDIES
The Department of Education and Allied Studies seeks applicants for a faculty position (Assistant Professor) in the Counselor Education Program. This is a tenure track position in a CACREP-accredited master’s program.
¨ Doctoral degree from a CACREP accredited program
¨ Valid license, or license eligible, as a Professional Clinical Counselor
¨ Evidence of potential for research and publishing in the field of Clinical Mental Health or School Counseling
¨ Experience teaching graduate level courses in Counselor Education
¨ Established record of scholarly publications
¨ Experience with CACREP accreditation standards
¨ Administrative experience
¨ Experience supervising counseling practicum and internship students
¨ Licensed as a Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervisory designation in Ohio
¨ Licensed as a School Counselor
¨ Active participation in state/national counseling organizations and related community organizations
¨ Teaching graduate level courses
¨ Advising students
¨ Publishing scholarly works which reflect a focused research agenda
¨ Coordinating program activities
¨ Contributing service to university, department, and program
¨ Actively participating in state/national counseling organizations and in related community organizations
All academic programs in the Department of Education and Allied Studies are grounded in the Jesuit Ideal of an Educator as envisioned by Ignatius of Loyola who emphasized the intellect, embraced diversity and worked for social justice in the world. The department’s mission is to provide educational leadership for a more just society in schools, allied health programs and community agencies.
John Carroll University is a private, coeducational, Catholic, and Jesuit University. The University provides programs in the liberal arts, sciences, education, and business at the undergraduate level, and in selected areas at the graduate level. As a university, John Carroll is committed to the transmission and enrichment of the treasury of human knowledge with the autonomy and freedom appropriate to a university.
Applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, official copies of all university transcripts, copies of current professional licenses, a written statement concerning teaching philosophy/experience, statement concerning research agenda/experience, and three current letters of professional reference to the department chair.
Dr. Catherine Rosemary, Chair
Department of Education & Allied Studies
John Carroll University
1 John Carroll Boulevard
University Heights, OH 44118
Search Committee Chairperson:
Dr. Cecile Brennan
Coordinator, Counselor Education Program
Salary: Open, depending upon qualifications and background
Application deadline: Open until filled.
Review of applications will begin:
John Carroll University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. The university is committed to diversity in the workplace and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.