Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling NCAT State University

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  • Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling
  • School of Education — Department of Human Development and Services
  • North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

    Greensboro, NC

  • December 7, 2013 or Until the Position is Filled.
  • January 2013
  • Assistant Professor
    Associate Professor
  • Rehabilitation Counseling/Psychology
    Human Development
    Counseling/Personnel Services
    Education – General

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY
GREENSBORO, NC 27411

POSITION TITLE: Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling
DEPARTMENT: Human Development and Services
POSITION #: 2001

The Department of Human Development and Services is seeking to hire an Assistant/Associate Professor to teach within the Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling Program.

The Department of Human Development and Services (HDSV) at North Carolina Agricultural land Technical State University is housed in the School of Education. We offer multiple graduate programs and are pleased to serve students from across North Carolina and the United States. Although many participants are enrolled in full-time graduate study, the Department welcomes practicing professionals who choose to pursue their studies on a part-time basis. Course work in the Department is generally offered in the evenings to accommodate the professional development needs of our adult learners.

The Department of Human Development and Services at North Carolina Agricultural land Technical State University is housed in the School of Education. We offer multiple graduate programs and are pleased to serve students from across North Carolina and the United States. Although many participants are enrolled in full-time graduate study, the Department welcomes practicing professionals who choose to pursue their studies on a part-time basis. Course work in the Department is generally offered in the evenings, to accommodate the professional development needs of our adult learners.

The objective of the Department of Human Development and Services is to prepare individuals for professional roles in Adult Education, Counseling and School Administration. As such, all departmental studies are grounded in philosophical, theoretical, methodological and practical foundations that describe adult education, counseling practice or leadership. In addition, the Department emphasizes the importance of multiculturalism, assessment and social justice. Using the most current teaching technologies and adult learning theories, course content is delivered in a variety of in-person, hybrid and online modalities. HDSV prepares students to be critical thinkers in a global society. Student leadership skills are cultivated through a combination of mentoring, student organizations, service learning experiences and community partnerships.

Departmental graduates pursue professional careers within a variety of human service settings including, but not limited, to schools, higher education, public and private counseling centers, rehabilitation agencies, community development organizations, non-profit agencies, private corporations, clinical mental health agencies and university extension programs. Students are also prepared and encouraged to continue their education through doctoral work in their respective fields.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position requires teaching CORE and CACREP-required general and behavioral addictions courses, advising master’s level students and supervising interns. The position also requires producing scholarly publications; grant writing, using technology within counseling courses; and, providing service to the profession. The position will also require some teaching in the Doctoral Program. This is a 9-month tenure-track position. Summer employment may be available.

QUALIFICATIONS:
The position requires an earned doctorate in rehabilitation counseling or a related field and a minimum of three years of teaching or clinical experience. Experience in the addictions field is also preferred. CRC certification is required. Rehabilitation counseling experience and coursework are preferred.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Interested applicants must submit: (1) THE Administrative and Faculty Employment Application (http://www.ncat.edu/hr/documents/rec-sel/EPA-Application.doc); (2) letters of interest; (3) complete curriculum vitae, including references with contact information; (4) three letters of reference; and, (5) official transcripts from all universities attended, to:

Dr. Quintin Boston, LPC, CRC, Program Coordinator
Department of Human Development and Services
Proctor Hall
1601 East Market Street, Rm. 325
Greensboro, NC 27411

SALARY: Competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 7, 2013 or until the position is filled.

POSITION AVAILABLE: January 2013.

N.C. A&T complies with the immigration reform and control act of 1985. We hire only United States citizens and lawfully authorized foreign nationals. You must be able to provide documentation of employability and identity, based on the law.

A criminal conviction check will be required for any applicant who is selected as a finalist for a position. A criminal record does not necessarily eliminate you from employment with the University. Each conviction will be reviewed with respect to the offense, circumstances, seriousness and the position for
which you apply.

NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIVERSITY IS A LAND-GRANT DOCTORAL/RESEARCH INTENSIVE INSTITUTIONAND AA/EEO EMPLOYER.

 
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