F0068/F0264 - Assistant Professor - Mental Health Counseling

Norfolk State University - Norfolk, VA (30+ days ago)4.1


The Department of Secondary Education and School Leadership offers multi-dimensional Urban Education degree programs and teacher education to include a Master of Arts Degree in School Counseling PreK-12, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Administration and Supervision PreK-12 (On-line), and Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary Education. These programs assist in-service and pre-service school and mental health practitioners interested in acquiring state endorsements and enhancing their professional development. School Counseling prepares students in the specialty of counseling in the schools spanning grades PreK-12. Clinical Mental Health Counseling is taught for those who plan to pursue careers in community agencies or non-school settings. Administration and Supervision PreK-12 (On-line) prepares students to be an effective assistant principal or principal in a school setting. Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary Education in an initial teacher certification program which enables its candidates to receive a Masterâ??s degree and certification in a subject content area and be qualified to teach in the Commonwealth of Virginia at the secondary level. The Department of Secondary Education and School Leadership at Norfolk State University seeks applications for two (2) tenure=track Assistant Professors in School Counseling, beginning August 2018. The successful candidate will: â?¢ Teach graduate courses in school and mental health counseling. â?¢ Possess the potential for leadership in the department. â?¢ Contribute to developing curricula in counseling to meet CACREP standards. â?¢ Hold office hours as designated by the University for faculty and attend various University, School of Education and departmental meetings. For additional information, applicants are encourage to visit: https://www.nsu.edu/education/seced/index EEO STATEMENT NSU is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all persons and applicants, without regard to age, color, disability, gender, national origin, political affiliation, genetic information, race, religion, sexual orientation, sex (including pregnancy) or veteran status. NSU encourages and invites minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
Minimum Qualifications â?¢ Earned doctorate in counseling education from a Council of Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP) accredited university. â?¢ Experience and expertise in clinical mental health and school counseling. â?¢ Independently licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). â?¢ Possess a school counseling license in the Commonwealth of Virginia. â?¢ Possess an approved clinical supervisor certification or be eligible to provide supervision for licensure in the Commonwealth of Virginia. â?¢ Must meet the CACREP standard for core faculty at the University. â?¢ Credentials to be commensurate with coursework pertaining to the school counseling profession to teach counseling education courses that encompass communication, interpersonal and clinical skills. â?¢ Demonstrated commitment to academic excellence as well as Norfolk State Universityâ??s overall university goals and visions. â?¢ Demonstrated ability to communicate with a diverse student population, which includes the military, while fostering professionalism through competency, compassion and collaboration.
Preferred Qualifications â?¢ Experience teaching on the higher education level. â?¢ Experience with Blackboard technology. â?¢ Certified in both Mental Health and School Counseling.
Special Requirements Candidates may show interest by submitting via online, the following: 1. A letter of interest/ teaching philosophy (via cover letter) 2. A current Curriculum Vitae (via resume) 3. Complete Commonwealth of Virginia State Application 4. Transcripts of highest degree conferred (unofficial transcripts accepted, however, official transcripts are required of finalist) (via transcripts) 5. Three letters of recommendation (via mail address below) Address your documents to: F0098- Assistant Professor -Secondary Education and School Leadership Norfolk State University 700 Park Avenue Norfolk, VA 23504