The Department of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems in the College of Education at Florida State University is seeking a tenure earning faculty member in the newly reopened M.S. and Ed.S. School Counseling Program. The department offers CACREP approved programs in Mental Health Counseling and Career Counseling, as well as programs in school psychology and counseling psychology. Information about our highly acclaimed graduate programs can be found at the following link: https://education.fsu.edu/degrees-and-programs/graduate-programs.
Responsibilities: The candidate will be expected to teach courses in the counselor-education program, serve on graduate student committees, supervise student research, and provide service to the program, department, college, and university, including serving as director for Counselor Education programs in School, Mental Health, and Career Counseling. This will include developing the School Counseling program to meet CACREP Standards, and managing the CACREP accreditation process for School Counseling.
Supervision of students in clinical practicum settings is also expected, as is developing relationships with area schools. The candidate is also responsible for maintaining a strong program of research and scholarly activity in the realm of school counseling.
Qualifications: Candidates for this position must hold a doctoral degree in Counselor Education (preferably from a CACREP-accredited program) and meet CACREP core faculty eligibility requirements. Preferred qualifications include experience working as a school counselor, teaching in a graduate counselor-education program, and providing supervision to school-counseling students. The successful candidate will demonstrate an aptitude for and commitment to a program of research, and experience with seeking external funding for research activities. Candidates with evidence of strong scholarship and evidence of extramural research grant funding in an area that is consistent with school counseling research are strongly preferred.
Candidates should show commitment to maintaining a counselor identity, experience teaching and mentoring graduate students, and a desire to be fundamentally involved in the Counselor-Education Program. We seek a candidate who will contribute to strengthening program quality, increasing student recruitment, and assuring continued accreditation. The successful candidate will also present evidence of quality teaching of core school-counseling courses, and of engagement with school-counseling professional associations at state or national levels.
This is a nine-month, tenured position at the professor rank, with possible summer employment. The anticipated start date for this position is 8/2019.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates should submit an online application at the earliest convenience at http://www.jobs.fsu.edu. FSU's online application requires at a minimum all educational details and a curriculum vitae. Transcripts, work samples (such as publications or manuscripts under review), and three letters of recommendation will be required of candidates selected for a campus interview.
To ensure full consideration, applications should be submitted by 03/08/19. Interviews will begin as soon as we have a pool of qualified candidates.
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