Assistant Professor, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Southern Oregon University
Position Number: F00124
Position Summary: The Division of Social Sciences, program of Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) at Southern Oregon University (SOU) is seeking candidates for a full-time, nine month, tenure-track, Assistant Professor. The CMHC program is CACREP accredited. Teaching responsibilities include graduate courses in Individual Practicum, Group Practicum, and Internship, the eight core counseling areas and an area of your expertise, and may include online courses. Other responsibilities include advising, curriculum development, research, maintain clinical licensure and professional affiliations as appropriate, and other responsibilities as assigned. The salary range s $56,510-$59,969 for a nine-month appointment. We offer excellent comprehensive health and retirement benefits. The start date is September 2019 and the position will be open until filled. Located in beautiful Ashland Oregon, SOU is an inclusive campus community dedicated to student success, intellectual growth, and responsible global citizenship. SOU is committed to a challenging and practical liberal arts education centered on student learning, accessibility, and civic engagement; academic programs, partnerships, public service, outreach, sustainable practices, and economic development activities that address regional needs such as health and human services, business, and education; and outstanding programs that draw on and enrich our unique arts community and bio-region.
Minimum Qualifications: • Initial appointment at the rank of assistant professor requires a terminal degree in the discipline taught, or ABD, from a CACREP accredited Ph. D. in Counselor Education program.
• Individual must be State of Oregon licensed or license-eligible, within two years of accepting job offer.
• Applicants should have at least one year of experience teaching in higher education, and experience in the profession of counseling as manifested through research, practice, supervision, and/or mentoring.
• Applicants should provide documented evidence of teaching excellence and scholarly activities.
Preferred Qualification: • Ph. D. from a CACREP accredited Counselor Education program
• More than one year of teaching in higher education teaching, advising, and mentoring undergraduate and/or graduate students.
• Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching and supervising counseling graduate students, including students from diverse backgrounds.
Special Instructions to Applicants: Each applicant is required to provide (as attachments to the online application) the following supplemental documents: (1) letter providing some detail of the applicant’s qualifications and interest in the position; (2) current resume/CV; (3) teaching philosophy; and (4) at least three professional references. If you are unable to attach the supplemental materials to the online application please contact Human Resources for assistance.
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•Must be willing to travel and attend training programs off-site for occasional professional development. •Must be able to work additional hours and adjust working hours to meet special jobs. May be called back periodically to perform work as needed on an emergency basis. •Must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment background check. •Under the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): -Position classification defined as “exempt” are not subject overtime -Position classifications defined as “non exempt” are subject to overtime •The person holding this position is considered a “mandated reporter” under the Oregon Revised Statues and is required to comply with the requirements set forth by the Oregon department of Human Services.
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