Faculty, Counseling and Art Therapy – Tenure Track
Posted February 9, 2015
Seeking a full-time, tenure-track faculty member to assume teaching and advising responsibilities in its graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program beginning August 15, 2015. The Counseling and Art Therapy program is committed to providing education and training in clinical mental health counseling and art therapy, and will be submitting application for CACREP accreditation in spring of 2015.
Teaching graduate level counseling courses; Advising students and participating in perspective student interviews; Participating in college committee work; Assisting with departmental responsibilities such as accreditation processes, curriculum and program development, practicum and internship, thesis; and fulfilling other duties as assigned.Qualifications
• Doctorate in Counselor Education, preferably from a CACREP accredited program, ABD considered
• Preferred master’s degree in art therapy with an ATR-BC, and/or have an affinity for creative and expressive approaches
• Licensed PCC or license eligible in Ohio, preferably with supervisory status
• Active participation in state, national, and local professional organizations
• Evidence of continuing scholarly work
• Competence in teaching
• Administrative skills
• Experience in addictions services a plus
Candidates must have excellent communication skills, flexibility, mature judgment, and demonstrated success working in a multicultural community. A commitment to the mission of the College as a Catholic, women-focused institution of higher learning is essential, as well as teaching in a collaborative based environment with a focus on promoting individual student success. How to Apply
For full consideration, interested applicants should submit a curriculum vita, official copies of all university transcripts, three letters of professional reference and a letter of application that includes the applicant’s philosophy of teaching. Applications may be submitted to: Dr. Gina Messina-Dysert, Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies via Jo Mann at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adjunct Faculty - Education
Posted January 28, 2015Summary
The College announces a search for an adjunct staff member to join the Master Apprenticeship Program.Responsibilities
The successful candidate will teach Graduate level courses in the summer: Introduction to Human Development and Learning, and in the fall, Advanced Studies in Development and Learning. Instruction will begin May, 2015, and continue until December, 2015.
The successful candidate will possess an MA/M.Ed.; with Ph.D. or Ed.D. preferred; current Ohio Teaching license, effective teaching experience under this licensure for grades K-12; college teaching experience; excellent communication skills; ability to work within a multicultural environment; flexibility and mature judgment; a commitment to teaching in a challenging and collaborative environment; commitment to the mission of the college as a Catholic institution is essential.
How to Apply
Send letter of interest, resume, and three current, professional references to Dr. Edna West, Director of the Master Apprenticeship Program, at email@example.com. Applications will be considered until position is filled.