The School of Education is seeking a highly motivated, energetic and skilled leader who can direct, manage, and support the School Counseling Master of Education (M.Ed.) program. The individual must have experience in leadership, the professional preparation of high-quality school counselors, and personal scholarship in the field of school counseling. In addition, the candidate should have a proven record of successful teaching at the graduate level. Scholarly activities and research that support the candidate’s knowledge base in order to be a more informed professor and student advisor is desirable. Opportunity exists to lead faculty or student groups in research projects.
- Teach 12 credits per fall and spring semesters of graduate level courses.
- Direct, manage, and support the 48-credit Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree program.
- Recruit, support, and supervise adjunct instructors.
- Teach at the Lakewood campus and at multiple off-site locations.
- Teach in multiple modalities (face-to-face, hybrid, and/or online).
- Assess teaching effectiveness and the outcomes of courses taught regularly and make improvements as needed.
- Actively lead, participate and collaborate with faculty colleagues in departmental functions including program/curricular development, assessment, and accreditation.
- Actively support students through advisement, mentoring, and student-related activities.
- Actively contribute to the University, School of Education, and program functions and services including recruitment events (Open Houses, Graduate Information Sessions), committees, and school district partners.
- Pursue scholarly research activities.
- Integrate the core values of respect, compassion, integrity, justice and service in all aspects of interaction.
- Perform other related duties, as assigned by the Dean.
- Earned doctorate in the field of School Counseling.
- National Certified School Counselors (NCSC) preferred.
- A minimum 5 years of successful practice as a school counselor.
- Demonstrated knowledge of school counseling including;
- Foundations of School Counseling;
- Theory and Procedures of Counseling;
- Multicultural Issues in Counseling;
- Counseling and Interviewing Techniques; and
- Supervision of interns during clinical practice.
- Experience with national accreditation and program assessment.
- Demonstrated successful teaching experience at the college/university level.
- Proficiency in hybrid and online delivery formats preferred; willingness to learn required.
- Ability to effectively use instructional technology (internet, instructional software, Learning Management System).
- Ability to teach in non-traditional formats and settings (off-campus, weekends, accelerated, on-line).
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- Cover Letter
- Contact information for three professional references
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