The William & Mary School of Education invites applications for a tenure-eligible, open rank position in Counselor Education, which will begin in August 2020. The Counselor Education program includes master and doctoral programs in School Counseling; Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Counselor Education and Supervision; and Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling.
In addition, the program offers Clinical Mental Health Counseling tracks with a concentration in Addictions and Military Counseling. The focus of this position is to contribute to the Clinical Mental Health and/or Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling program areas. We offer a variety of course delivery models, including CACREP-Accredited online M.Ed. programs, as well as a full-time face-to-face program.
The Counselor Education programs oversee three major community clinics/centers, including the New Horizons Family Counseling Center, the New Leaf Clinic, and Project Empower. These projects offer students and faculty the opportunity to engage with the local community through the provision of counseling and educational services. The Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Counselor Education is a 9-month position with summer teaching opportunities.
The successful candidate will be committed to advancing counseling research, excellence in counselor training, and remaining active in professional service. The essential duties of the position include developing and maintaining a record of research and scholarship; teaching masters and doctoral level courses in counselor education; advising students, including Ph.D. students in their dissertation process; providing clinical supervision and clinic oversight; and providing service to the department, university, and counseling profession. Candidates from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Further information about William & Mary, the School of Education, and the Counselor Education programs can be found at the following website: http://education.wm.edu.
The successful candidate must have: (a) An earned doctorate in Counselor Education & Supervision from a CACREP-Accredited program (b) A clear and well-articulated counselor educator identity; (c) Currently licensed and/or eligible to obtain Virginia licensure; (d) Experience working in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and/or Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling settings; (e) Experience teaching and supervising masters and/or doctoral students in a Counselor Education program; (f) Developed/maintained a record of scholarship at a level of national prominence, including contributing regularly to refereed publications, national presentations, and grants/contracts; (g) A professional orientation that supports diversity and social justice in the counseling field; (h) Record of active engagement and leadership in the counseling profession; and (i) Excellent communication, collaboration, and organizational skills. (j) An established research agenda commensurate with rank.
Preference will be given to those who have: (a) Experience working with doctoral students and serving on dissertation committees, (b) Experience with CACREP accreditation and the 2016 Standards, (c) Obtained external funding for research, (d) Potential for mentorship of junior faculty, (e) Demonstrated experience with program governance, and (f) Experience with supervising and supporting program clinics
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