Assistant/Associate Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling

New England College

Henniker, NH

ID: 7079777
Posted: June 11, 2021
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Job Description

Position Purpose
The Clinical Mental Health Counseling & Human Services department at New England College is seeking to fill two full-time Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling positions to serve in the School of Graduate and Professional Studies. Each Core Faculty position includes teaching, documents administration, and service to the profession and College. Qualified applicants would have an earned doctorate in Counselor Education (with preference given to those from a CACREP-accredited institution or are CACREP eligible), have experience with graduate-level teaching and course design across residential, hybrid, and online programs, and have excellent organizational and administrative skills. The mission of New England College is to be a creative and supportive learning community that challenges individuals to transform themselves and their world. As such, a commitment to social justice and equity, collaborative spirit, and creativity are fundamental to this position.

This listing is for multiple positions; additional responsibilities would be assigned based on applicant interest and strengths.

Essential Duties Summary
Core faculty teach between 21-27 credits in a 12-month appointment over four 12-week terms and are expected to assist in recruitment of new graduate students, student orientation, advising, program and curriculum assessment, accreditation activities, and graduation events. Faculty have additional requirements to engage in scholarly activities appropriate to the field of professional counseling and in service to the College. Faculty may be assigned one course annually in the undergraduate psychology program.

Required Qualifications
An earned doctorate in Counselor Education is required for these positions (with preference given to those from a CACREP-accredited institution or are CARCREP eligible). Candidates who are ABD are encouraged to apply if degree will be conferred by position start date. Qualified applicants should have experience with graduate-level teaching across residential, hybrid and online programs and have excellent organizational and administrative skills. In addition, a strong commitment to social justice in counseling and serving diverse student populations (e.g., varying race, ethnocultural, linguistic identities, dis/ability status and neuroemergence) equitably is required. Preference will be given to those who have been licensed or are license-eligible in New Hampshire as an LMHC and/or and ACS. A commitment to social justice and equity, collaborative sprit and creativity are fundamental to this position.

Preferred Qualifications
EEO Statement
New England College prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed or religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, pregnancy, veteran’s status or disability in regard to treatment, access to or employment in its programs and activities, in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), individuals with disabilities needing accommodation should contact the ADA Compliance Officer.

New England College is committed to providing equal opportunity in all conditions of employment and creating a welcoming and supportive environment that celebrates diversity. If an imbalance is found to exist, the College will make good faith efforts to recruit, hire and promote persons underrepresented in the workplace.



 

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