The faculty member will be responsible for conducting research and publishing peer-reviewed articles; teaching, supervising, and advising in the counselor education program at the master's and doctoral level; chairing and serving on doctoral dissertation committees; presenting at conferences; securing external funding; enhancing the program's national and international reputation; and providing service to the program, department, school, university, and counseling profession.
1.Teaching Teach graduate courses in M.Ed. and Ph.D. Program in Counselor Education; advise and supervise graduate students; mentor doctoral students in the concentration, including serving and/or chairing dissertation committees.
2.Research Conduct and maintain an innovative and impactful research agenda designed to address challenges faced by children, adults, and families, particularly those representing under-served and underrepresented populations.
3.Service Meaningful participation in departmental, school, and/or university committees along with community engaged service and professional service to the counselor education field and to the profession.
An earned doctorate in counselor education, preferably from a CACREP-accredited program
A fundable research agenda that reflects innovation and impact
Evidence of scholarly productivity with strong potential for securing external funding
Experience in field-based interventions and research with underrepresented, under-served, and urban populations
Commitment to chairing and serving on dissertation committees
Clear evidence of counselor professional identity
Demonstrated experience working in fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment, or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU
Track record of externally funded research experience
Research, training, and/or experience with under-served youth or families in school, higher education, and/or community settings
Evidence of collaboration with research centers/institutes and/or with community agencies
Earned Virginia LPC or eligibility for Virginia LPC
Service in professional counseling organizations
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