Jobs at Prescott College
Associate Faculty, Master of Science in Counseling
Job ID#: 16-525
Job Type: Faculty - Full-time
Date Posted: Mon, 17 Oct 2016
Position Fill Date: Open until filled
Reports to: Provost
Job Summary (Return to top)
The Psychology, Human Development, and Counselor Education Department is seeking one or more talented, compassionate, and skilled educators to serve as Associate Faculty in the Master of Science in Counseling Program. The area of specialization is open, but preference will be given to those with the ability to lead a concentration in Somatic Psychology, Equine-Assisted Mental Health, or to help build a concentration that is aligned with the College’s emphasis on social justice and serving diverse communities.
The limited-residency delivery model blends a core curriculum that combines on-line, in-person, and community-based learning that is aligned with the standards set by CACREP. The program integrates theoretical study, field work, on-campus residencies, internships and practica, and community engagement to prepare diverse learners for professional licensure. A distinctive feature of the Counseling graduate programs is the range of alternative modalities offered as concentrations and post-M.A. certificates (e.g., Equine Assisted Mental Health; Expressive Art Therapy; Somatic Psychology; Ecopsychology; Adventure-based Psychotherapy) as well as specializations in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Couple & Family Counseling, Addiction Counseling and School Counseling.
Associate Faculty may be hired as part-time or full-time employees on renewable one or multi-year contracts. Associate Faculty teach courses, advise students, support student learning, engage in scholarship and professional engagement with the field, and may be assigned to oversee a particular concentration or curricular area. Associate Faculty with appropriate qualifications may contribute to the development and implementation of a proposed Ed.D. in Counselor Education. Associate Faculty are not required to live in Prescott, Arizona.
Education and Experience (Return to top)
- Earned doctoral degree in counselor education, preferably from a CACREP-accredited program, or have a related doctoral degree and have been employed as full-time faculty member in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2013. Applicants who will have earned a CACREP-accredited doctoral degree or are ABD by December 31, 2016 will be considered.
- Applicants must demonstrate active research projects and engagement in the profession, the ability to teach effectively in traditional and online learning environments, strong interpersonal communication skills, a sense of humor, excellent administrative and leadership skills, a collaborative approach, the ability to mentor and advise students, and the entrepreneurial spirit to develop and support program development in areas appropriate to the College mission.
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience with the capacity to lead existing concentrations in Somatic Psychology or Equine-Assisted Mental Health, preferred.
- Demonstrated knowledge in a field of counseling that integrates social justice learning serving diverse communities with the capacity to develop a concentration in such, preferred.
Inquiries about the position and College may be directed to Cathy Church at 928-350-4100.
Application review will begin immediately; positions open until filled.
Prescott College is committed to Equal Opportunity Employment and supports excellence through diversity. We encourage qualified applicants from historically underrepresented groups along with Veterans and AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other national service alumni to participate in our recruitment efforts.