New England College seeks applicants for the position of Visiting Assistant Professor and Clinical Co-Ordinator for Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. The Clinical Mental Health Counseling department at New England College is seeking a full-time Visiting Assistant Professor and Clinical Coordinator of Clinical Mental Health Counseling to serve in the School of Graduate and Professional Studies. This Core Faculty position includes teaching, documents administration, and service to the profession and College. Qualified applicants would have an earned doctorate (or ABD) in Counselor Education or a closely related field (with preference given to those from a CACREP-accredited institution or are CACREP eligible), have experience with graduate-level teaching and course design across residential, hybrid, and online programs, and have excellent organizational and administrative skills. Preference will be given to those who have been licensed or are license-eligible in New Hampshire as an LMHC, have experience as an Approved Clinical Supervisor, and have experience supervising graduate students’ field placement experiences through practicum and internship. A commitment to social justice and equity, collaborative spirit, and creativity are fundamental to this position.
? Teach the Practicum, Internship I, Advanced Internship, and Advanced Internship II courses as needed for a total of 24 credits/year (2, 3 credit courses/term for 4 terms); ? Coordinate and assist CMHC students in the acquisition of field placement sites that meet pre-licensure requirements in their respective states; ? Conduct site visits (in-person OR virtual) and evaluation of training experiences for students enrolled in the field experience courses; ? Maintain established relationships with clinical sites and cultivate new affiliation agreements on an ongoing basis; ? Maintain a database of student practicum and internship documents and hours logs, obtain signatures from the Program Director, and execute and update contracts; ? Collaborate with Graduate Admissions and Student Support staff to determine incoming students’ field experience plan of study; ? Organize and implement biannual informational sessions with students entering the practicum course; ? Collaborate with other faculty assigned to other practicum and internship courses; ? Engage in scholarly activities appropriate to the field of professional counseling; ? Assist in Departmental meetings, recruitment of new graduate students, and orientation and graduation events; ? Develop and maintain current assessment documents needed for CACREP accreditation and all assessment activities with Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and others.
?Earned doctorate in Counselor Education or closely related field (ABD will be considered); ? Graduate-level course design and teaching experience in residential, online, and hybrid formats; ? Strong commitment to social justice in counseling and serving diverse student populations; ? Licensed or license-eligible as LMHC in New Hampshire OR Approved Clinical Supervisor; ? Excellent organizational skills.
About New England College
New England College is a private, non-profit college, located in the quintessential New England town of Henniker, New Hampshire dedicated to providing exceptional education for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students from all over the world.