Carson-Newman University is a leading Christian Liberal Arts institution, recently ranked Best Undergraduate Teaching in the South by U.S. News & World Report and received the President’s Award for Community Service. Carson-Newman emphasizes academic excellence through innovative teaching, advising, mentoring of students, and service learning. The campus is located at the foothills of the Smoky Mountains and is surrounded by beautiful lakes. More information is available from the university website, www.cn.edu.
Carson-Newman University invites applicants for an Assistant or Associate Professor of Counseling in the Department of Education and Counseling. The position is full-time, 11-month, tenure track to begin august 2018.
Candidates for the position are required to have a completed doctorate from a CACREP accredited doctoral Counselor Education program, be licensed or licensed-eligible as a Professional School Counselor in the state of Tennessee, have experience working as a school counselor at various grade levels, have supervisory experience, show evidence of and/or potential for research in the field of school counseling, have graduate teaching experience, have a commitment to the mission of the university, and have a strong dedication to social justice, diverse populations, and community service. The candidate is required to have evidence of working effectively with teams of educators to build and maintain strong counseling programs.
Carson-Newman employs faculty and staff who are actively supportive, through a local church, of its aim as a university with a Christian commitment.
The selected candidate for the position of assistant or associate professor of counseling will be responsible for the coordination of a CACREP School Counseling program, serve as a core faculty member of a CACREP School Counseling and CACREP Clinical Mental Health program, supervise practicum and internship students, advise students, mentor students, work as a member of a collaborative Counselor Education team, build community and regional support, conduct research activities in the area of School Counseling, serve as a role model for students and the professional school counselors of the region through professional development involvement and presentations, and serve on university committees as assigned. Other duties may be assigned.
The rank and salary will be commensurate with educational preparation and experience. Group life and health insurance as well as a 401K retirement plan are available on a participating basis. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Only complete application packets will be considered. A complete application packet will include a letter of interest, a statement of Christian faith, a statement of teaching philosophy, references, and current vitae.
Please send the packet electronically to: