Teaching Assistant Professor of Counselor Education

Position Number: 00106438

Primary Function of Organization Unit: The College of Education is a voice of innovation for learning across the lifespan, preparing professionals who educate and lead. Our inquiry and practice reflect integrity, a commitment to social justice, and the value of diversity in a global community. The vision of the College of Education is to lead the way in North Carolina to increase success in education and narrow achievement gaps. Consistent with NC State's land grant mission we transform lives by emphasizing real world experiences through original research opportunities, comprehensive extension and engagement activities and external partnerships. We offer programs through three departments: Education Leadership, Policy, and Human Development (ELPHD); Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education (STEM Ed); and Teacher Education and Learning Sciences (TELS). The College enrolls more than 1,500 undergraduate and graduate students. Our 122 faculty members together with the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation currently have more than $55 million in active research and development grants. The Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development emphasizes exemplary teaching, scholarship and service in the context of a university education and has a vibrant research culture that inspires and guides students through teaching, advising, and dissertation supervision. As researchers and teachers, the faculty explore complex and pressing contemporary issues and problems facing education and society;including community-focused leadership development, improving performance in high-poverty rural schools, college access and student success, and state and institutional and policies that affect adult learning;with a view toward solutions that will make a real, positive difference for students, teachers, administrators, and communities. The department offers graduate degree programs in Adult, Workforce and Continuing Professional Education, Counselor Education, Educational Leadership, Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, and Higher Education. We prepare professionals who educate and lead. Our inquiry and practice reflect integrity, a commitment to social justice, and the value of diversity in a global community.

Essential Job Duties: Prepare and teach online graduate counseling classes including assessment in counseling, human development, practicum and internship, substance abuse, family/couples counseling, research in counseling, and crisis intervention (up to 8 courses for the academic year). Recruit and advise the students in the master's program, and participate in recruitment and selection of Counselor Education graduate students. Supervise a graduate assistant within the online program. Collaborate with other programs across the college as appropriate and needed. Assist in department and college governance and outreach.

Minimum Education/Experience: Earned doctorate in Counselor Education or related field; if doctorate not in Counselor Education, experience as a full-time faculty member in a Counselor Education program.

Department Required Skills: Experience in on-line teaching and advising graduate students, evidence of effective teaching and supervision; appropriate professional memberships and identity as a counselor/counselor educator; potential to establish scholarly research and publication; understanding of the changing nature of counseling and counselor education based on emerging technologies and cultural diversity; and commitment to using emerging technology in teaching (online instructions and others), service, and research.

Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education: Special consideration will be given to applicants with (a) doctoral degree from a CACREP accredited program; (b) experiences of on-line teaching and (c) commitment to providing counseling services to culturally diverse and marginalized groups and across school-college-community settings.

Necessary Licenses and Certifications: N/A

AA/EOE: NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as an individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

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