We are hiring up to three Full-time Faculty appointments at Antioch University Seattle in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) program in the School of Applied Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy. The School seeks to place these faculty positions for summer or fall of 2021, depending on the successful candidate’s availability. The program seeks applicants with experience or training enabling them to serve in the roles of Director of Clinical Training, Practicum Coordinator, or Associate Chair. Antioch University Seattle’s well-regarded CMHC program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP). Antioch University Seattle faculty members engage in teaching, research and service; the successful applicant will teach graduate courses, and supervise student clinical training and research. This position is full-time with a 12-month annual service period, including 3 months of professional leave. This position is within the bargaining unit represented by SEIU 925.
Successful applicants will possess a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision or equivalent doctoral degree in a related field (ABD will be considered. PhD must be in hand at time of Full-time Faculty appointment) with proven history of active participation in the counseling profession (counselor licensure, national counselor credential, active member of ACA and/or its divisions/branches), including strong training and experience with social justice and multicultural competency in counseling. Must be qualified for graduate teaching, supervision, including telehealth supervision, and independent research. Ideal candidates will have the ability to teach in two or more of the following courses: multicultural counseling, family systems, counseling theory, research methods, and assessment (with a mental health emphasis), group counseling, grief counseling, career counseling, professional identity, ethics, telehealth counseling, practicum/internship and consultation. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate will complement and build on existing strengths within the school, and will be eager to interact with students and faculty from the broader community at Antioch University Seattle. The program also seeks candidates with:
Doctoral degree from a CACREP accredited (preferred) or aligned doctoral program.
One to three years of experience teaching in higher-education, preferably in a CACREP accredited counseling program.
Experience with program evaluation and assessment and familiarity in teaching to CACREP accreditation standards.
Experience in working collaboratively with a diverse faculty and student body.
CMHC has a residential and low residential program. This position is primarily located within the residential program and the successful candidate will be expected to meet with students as scheduled on our Downtown Seattle campus, but all faculty work together to support both programs. Licensure or license-ready in the State of Washington.
Equivalent education/experience may substitute for minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
Internal Number: CMHC-003-2021
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