The Department of Counseling at University of the Cumberlands seeks a counselor educator to join our faculty as an assistant, associate or full professor. Primary responsibilities will include teaching three counseling courses each semester (fall, spring and summer) in the areas of clinical mental health, addiction treatment and counselor education and supervision. While this position serves both masters and doctoral students, their primary responsibility will be to doctoral students and bringing research experience and expertise to the department. Faculty members are expected to participate in shared faculty governance, curriculum development, recruitment, student advisement, dissertation committees, scholarly research, and professional service activities. The University of the Cumberlands is a faith-based institution that welcomes students from all backgrounds. Its mission is to offer high quality academic programs that empower its graduates to ‘seek a life-more-abundant’. The Department of Counseling hires and respects a diverse faculty.
Earned doctorate in Counselor Education. Each faculty member must serve as CACREP core faculty.
Licensed as a Professional Counselor, or eligible
Record of professional and scholarly productivity
Experience chairing dissertation committees
Experience teaching doctoral level classes
Effective oral and written communication skills
Experience teaching online and using a variety of instructional technology and delivery methods
Knowledgeable of CACREP-accredited counseling programs
Involvement in state, regional, or national counseling associations
Work experience in clinical mental health and/or addiction treatment
Experience in clinical supervision