Full-Time Non-tenure-track Faculty, Zoom and Online (2 positions)
Starting date expected late Fall 2020
Spring Arbor University is seeking an individual with teaching experience for our M.A. in Counseling program. We are seeing growth in our Zoom format and need to expand our faculty to support that growth. We are seeking an individual who is passionate about preparing students to impact the world for Jesus Christ through the vocation of counseling. The review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.
The department of Counseling offers a CACREP-approved M.A. in Counseling program with tracks in Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling. The program is offered via Zoom and via the evening format at several sites in Michigan. SAU plans to expand the program into an online format in the near future.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Teach a full-time faculty load in graduate counseling courses per academic year. Much of the teaching will occur in the evenings via Zoom and/or online. Teaching at several SAU locations in western, central and/or eastern Michigan may be included, for faculty who live in the region, so the ability to drive at night is important. Opportunities to teach undergraduate students at the SAU main campus may be available as well. Specific teaching assignments will be determined based upon departmental need and the candidate’s expertise and interests. Qualified applicants who enjoy teaching Research, have expertise in School Counseling, and/or have experience with CACREP accreditation are especially encouraged to apply. Faculty members are expected to work with the department chair to support and build the Counseling programs, supervise internships, participate in active professional development through research/scholarly activity, be active in the counseling profession through sustained membership in counseling organizations, mentor graduate students, and engage in institutional service.
Spring Arbor University is a community of learners distinguished by our lifelong involvement in the study and application of the liberal arts, total commitment to Jesus Christ as the perspective of learning, and critical participation in the contemporary world. The successful candidate will be able to articulate how they will integrate the Christian faith into their discipline and will be someone who enjoys working with students and other faculty. Individuals will exhibit a life and service that is in full accord with the Spring Arbor University Concept and Community Covenant.
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE
Applicants must hold a doctorate in counselor education, preferably from a CACREP accredited institution or a combination of a doctorate in a closely related field and years of experience as a full-time faculty member, per CACREP requirements for core faculty; ABD candidates will be considered with a completion date prior to beginning employment. Applicants must hold a current LPC or LMFT license or be able to be licensed within one year of hire. The selected applicant will have a proven record of successful teaching, preferably with experience in graduate and/or online education. Faculty rank with be determined by professional experience and research record.
Experience working in multicultural academic environments preferred and individuals from diverse populations are encouraged to apply.