Stephens College invites applicants for a Clinical Assistant Professor of Counseling. The Counseling Program offers the Master of Education (M.Ed.) with specializations in Clinical Mental Health (CMHC) and School Counseling (SC). The successful applicant’s primary responsibility with be teaching in the core and CMHC/SC specialization areas but will be encouraged and supported in creating and maintaining active research and service agendas. Stephens College and the counseling program are committed to the promotion of diversity and social justice. Thus, the successful candidate is expected to facilitate work and classroom environments that encourage the knowledge of, respect for, and active engagement with individuals and groups from diverse cultures and backgrounds.
Major/Essential Job Duties
Teach courses across the counseling core & CMCH and/or SC specialization areas.
Student advisement and mentorship
Service to the program, department, college, and counseling profession.
Assist director of counseling with responsibilities related to CACREP-accreditation.
Earned doctorate in Counseling Education from a CACREP-accredited program. ABD considered with completion by August 2021.
Evidence of graduate level teaching experience in counseling core, CMHC, and/or SC areas.
Content and working knowledge of CACREP standards.
Record of, or documented potential for, successful research/creative activity and publication at the state, regional, national, and/or international leve
Preferred Qualifications and Experience
Evidence of 2-3 years of graduate level teaching experience in counseling core, CMHC, and/or SC areas.
Minimum of 2-3 years of experience as a licensed counselor, clinical supervisor* &/or school counselor.
Licensed or licensed eligible professional counselor*
*Successful candidate will be expected to achieve and maintain counseling licensure in MO within 2 years of start date.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is commensurate with experience.
Internal Number: 01COUNSELING
About Stephens College
Founded in 1833, Stephens College is an institution committed to her mission: Learn. Grow. Lead. Stephens is resilient and optimistic, faithful to her traditions, and eager to embrace whatever the future may bring. Focused on the arts, humanities and health sciences, Stephens continues to prepare graduates (whether from our undergraduate residential college, co-educational graduate programs or 90-year-strong Children’s School) for the lives that await them — lives of distinction, integrity and service.