University of Cincinnati - Assistant Professor School Counseling Program Track
Position Number - 213UC6227
Position Number - 213UC6227
The University of Cincinnati is currently accepting applications for a Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Counseling with specialization in School Counseling. Responsibilities include conducting scholarly research, publishing, and grant writing; teaching graduate (master's and doctoral) coursework and supervision of field experiences aligned with the Program's ecological approach to practice; advising graduate students, guiding dissertation research and serving on doctoral committees; and collaborating with area schools/agencies. Additional responsibilities include program development within the overall Counseling Program, collaborating with other programs within Human Services, serving on Program, School, College and University committees, and other duties as assigned.
Based on the Carnegie Foundation Classification System, The University of Cincinnati (www.uc.edu) is a Doctoral Granting Research University with Very High Research Activity (RU/VH). It is part of Ohio's higher education system with approximately 42,000 students in attendance (10,000 graduate students). The Counseling Program is located within the School of Human Services in the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services. The School also includes undergraduate and graduate programs in School Psychology, Health Promotion and Education, Substance Abuse Counseling, Athletic Training, and Sport Administration. The School is a leader in online course and certificate development, and there are many active collaborative activities across programs. The Counseling Program offers M.A., M.Ed., and Ed D. degrees. All of the counseling degree programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Program (CACREP).
Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must have an earned doctorate in Counseling (or anticipated completion by August, 2014), with a specialization in School Counseling. Applicants must demonstrate the potential to maintain an active program of scholarly research from an ecological perspective, focused on school counseling. The successful applicant will be expected to further the Program and University's excellence in research (involving external funding, publishing, presenting) and teaching (including the ability to teach a variety of graduate courses in counseling, both on-campus and online).
Ideal candidates should have a minimum of 1 year of clinical practice as a school counselor, demonstrated experience with conducting large-scale studies, awareness of and commitment to current frameworks for evidence-based practices in school counseling, and familiarity with diverse clinical populations. Preferred Qualifications: A degree from a CACREP accredited Counseling program; Eligibility as an Ohio Licensed School Counselor.
The Counseling Program is committed to increasing the diversity of the University community. Candidates who can contribute to that goal are encouraged to apply and to identify their strengths or experiences in this area.
Review of applications will begin November 8th, 2013, and continue until the position is filled. To apply, please follow the link below: