This 9-month tenure track position serves the Department of Counseling (COUN) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. The successful candidate provides instruction to graduate candidates in the department with an emphasis on doctoral courses in the Rehabilitation Counseling and Rehabilitation Counselor Education doctoral program.
The candidate advises doctoral level students, chairs dissertation research, and supervises clinical experiences. The successful candidate is expected to engage in scholarly activities grounded in a clearly articulated research agenda. These activities include publishing manuscripts in top-tier peer-reviewed journals, procuring extramural grant funds, and disseminating research findings at well-respected international and national conferences and meetings in the discipline area.
Primary Function of Organizational Unit:
The objective of the Department of Counseling is to prepare professional counselors and counselor educators. Departmental studies are grounded in philosophical, theoretical, methodological, and practical foundations that describe counseling theory and best practices in clinical work, education, advocacy, and leadership. In addition, the department emphasizes the importance of multiculturalism, assessment, and social justice. Using the most current teaching technologies and adult learning theories, course content is delivered in a variety of in-person, hybrid, and online modalities. The Department of Counseling prepares students to be critical thinkers in a global society. Student leadership skills are cultivated through a combination of mentoring, student organizations, service learning experiences, and community partnerships.
Departmental graduates pursue professional careers within a variety of human service settings, including, but not limited to, schools, higher education, public and private counseling centers, rehabilitation agencies, community development organizations, non-profit agencies, private corporations, clinical mental health agencies, and university extension programs.
Internal job number: 003805
Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from CACREP accredited program or related degree with at least one year teaching experience in a counseling program prior to July 1, 2013, preferably from a CACREP-accredited program, with a minimum of four years post-degree experience. LPC in North Carolina (or license eligible). CRC certification (or CRC eligible) is required.
The preferred candidate will have a doctoral degree in Rehabilitation Counseling.
We seek a colleague with the demonstrated ability to produce empirically driven and practically relevant research in Rehabilitation Counseling and Rehabilitation Counselor Education. Candidates should have a record of scholarly activity commensurate with the rank of Associate Professor.
The ideal candidate should also possess a strong record of scholarly activity commensurate with the rank of Associate Professor. This activity includes manuscript publications in top-tier peer-reviewed journals in the discipline, procurement of extramural funds, and presentations at well-respected meetings and conferences.
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