Published date: November 21, 2020 7:52 am
Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
The individual selected will be responsible for teaching two, 3-credit courses each fall and spring semester with additional opportunities to teach in the summer terms. Additional responsibilities include student advisement and mentoring, serving on program, department, and university committees, service to the community, and engaging in scholarship and grant-funded activities.
An earned doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from a CACREP-accredited program is required. Applicants must also have teaching and clinical experience, and demonstrate a strong professional affiliation for the counseling profession, specifically counselor education. The successful applicant will be licensed or license-eligible in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
In addition, preferred qualifications include:
Clinical experience in hospital, academic medical center, or integrated care settings
Teaching experience in a master’s-level counselor education program
Potential for professional leadership and/or scholarship at the national level
Demonstrated interest in scholarship and teaching in multicultural and social justice counseling
Successful history of grant funding.