Overview

The Department of Educational Counseling and Leadership at Monmouth University is seeking applications for an Assistant Professor in Counseling. This anticipated opening is for the 2017-2018 academic year and is a tenure-track appointment.

The candidate would be expected to: teach 9 credits per semester (12 credits with a 3 credit course load reduction); serve on University committees; maintain disciplinary currency; advise students (including student counseling association); coordinate and administer Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE) testing; supervise internships.

For additional information about the department, please go to: http://www.monmouth.edu/school-of-education/department-of-educational-leadership-school-counseling-and-special-education.as px.

Required Degree, License or Certifications:
Doctoral degree, ABD candidates may be considered with degree completion expected by date of employment

Required Skills or Software:
Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills

Required Years of Experience:

Other Requirements:

Earned doctorate in counselor education and supervision preferably from a CACREP-accredited program.

Specialized experience in either school counseling or student affairs/college counseling. Specialized experience in student affairs and a foundational understanding of the K-16 educational environment.

Successful record of teaching graduate courses and supervising practicum/internship experiences. Demonstrated commitment to working with diverse populations. Evidence of a research agenda or a clear potential for scholarly activities.

Preferred Qualifications:
Professional experience in either school counseling or student affairs/college counseling. Graduation from and/or experience teaching in a CACREP-accredited graduate program. Expected understanding of multicultural and social justice competencies in professional counseling.

Log in to http://jobs.monmouth.edu to apply and see the job duties for this position no later than the deadline date.

Monmouth University is a private, mid-sized, residential university that is comprehensive in scope, supported by a broad commitment to the liberal arts. Founded in 1933, Monmouth offers 32 undergraduate and 23 graduate degree programs, and a doctoral program in Nursing Practice. Students benefit from a rigorous academic experience, small classes, and professors who meet the highest standards for scholarship and teaching. They participate in more than 90 active clubs and organizations including 14 fraternities and sororities, six media organizations, and an NCAA Division I athletics program fielding 21 teams, expanded to include swimming in 2015.

Monmouth’s beautiful coastal campus is convenient to New York City and Philadelphia, in a vibrant economic region with dynamic arts programming, American Revolution history sites, and nationally recognized parks and golf courses. The 159-acre campus features 54 buildings, which include a blend of historic landmarks and state-of-the-art facilities.

Through its academic offerings in liberal arts, science, and professional programs, Monmouth provides a highly personalized education that prepares students to realize their potential and to become engaged citizens in a diverse and increasingly interdependent world. Within its student body, 29 states and 28 foreign nations are represented.

Five centers of distinction work to promote awareness of specific issues and meet the needs of local and global communities. Our Centers, run by top experts and professors, provide important services in areas including the environment, global affairs, public policy, the arts, and real estate.

For an eleventh consecutive year Monmouth University has been included in The Princeton Review’s roster of “Best 380 Colleges,” and “Best 296 Business Schools,” and recognized for the fourth consecutive year as a top-40 school (Master’s North) in U.S. News & World Report’s list of “Best Colleges” rankings. Monmouth regularly receives top rankings in veteran-friendly schools and was recently included in Money magazine’s list of “Best Colleges for Your Money.”

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