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Assistant or Associate Professor in Graduate Counseling

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Indiana Wesleyan University
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Job no: 492287
Work type: Faculty
Location: Indianapolis, Marion
Categories: Faculty

Job Title: Assistant or Associate Professor in Graduate Counseling

Unit: IWU-Marion

Department: CAS Graduate Counseling

Campus Location: Marion Campus and Indianapolis North

Summary of Position: The Division of Graduate Counseling at Indiana Wesleyan University invites applicants for an Assistant or Associate professor of Clinical and Mental Health Counseling (CMHC). Applicants should have an earned doctorate from a CACREP-approved program. Candidates should have appropriate licensure and credentials in the clinical mental health counseling profession and be eligible for licensure (e.g., LMHC, LPC,LPCC). Demonstration of professional identity with the counseling profession is required. Successful candidates will show evidence of personal faith in Jesus Christ, comfort with the Wesleyan theological perspective, and be committed to the integration of Christian faith in teaching and practice. The Division of Graduate Counseling offers programs in Addictions Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling (MFT), School Counseling (SC), and Student Development Administration (SDA). The CMHC, MFT, and SC programs are currently accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). In addition, the MFT/C program is accredited by the Council of Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education.Start date will be July 2021 pending funding.Duties and Responsibilities: Primary teaching responsibilities will be in online and blended modalities. Additional teaching responsibilities may include teaching at the Marion, Indiana main campus and the Indianapolis North. Assigned courses will include core counseling and clinical mental health counseling courses. Candidates will also have opportunity to develop elective courses in line with areas of professional interest and expertise. Job responsibilities will include an annual teaching load of 21 semester hours as well as student advising and registration. Qualifications: According to Indiana Wesleyan University employment policy all employees must possess a strong Christian commitment and adhere to the standards outlined in the IWU Community Lifestyle Statement.EducationApplicant should have an earned doctorate from a CACREP-approved program.Candidate should have appropriate licensure and credentials in the clinical mental health counseling profession and be eligible for licensure (e.g., LMHC, LPC, LPCC).ExperienceDemonstration of professional identity with the counseling profession is required. LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMERAs a religious educational institution operating under the auspices of The Wesleyan Church, Indiana Wesleyan University is permitted and reserves the right to prefer employees on the basis of religion (42 U.S.C., Sections 2000e-1 and 2000e-2).The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position. Employees will be required to follow other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by their supervisor in compliance with Federal and State Laws.

Advertised: 10 Jun 2021 US Eastern Daylight Time
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Organization

Indiana Wesleyan University is an evangelical Christian comprehensive university of The Wesleyan Church, which has its world headquarters in Indianapolis. The University was founded in 1920 and is committed to liberal arts and professional education.

With a current enrollment exceeding 15,000, IWU is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as "one of the best Master's universities in the Midwest." IWU is the largest institution in the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) and the largest private university in the state of Indiana.indiana_wesleyan_university1.jpg

IWU is organized into five principal academic units:

  • The College of Arts and Sciences: Founded on a traditional, residential educational model enriched by innovative instructional programs, the College of Arts and Sciences serves more than 2,600 undergraduate and 100 graduate students in over 80 liberal arts, pre-professional and professional major fields.
  • The College of Adult and Professional Studies: Providing educational opportunities for working adults through instruction at locations in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio and across the globe through online instruction, the College of Adult and Professional Studies serves more than 6,000 undergraduate and almost 4,000 graduate students, primarily in the fields of business and education.
  • The Graduate School: The Graduate School establishes faculty and curricular standards for graduate education at IWU, facilitates the professional development of over 4,700 graduate students and leads strategic planning for the development of additional graduate programs.
  • The School of Nursing: With more than 1,800 undergraduate students in pre-licensure and post-licensure educational programs and over 380 graduate students, the IWU School of Nursing is accomplishing our world-changing mission in the field of health care, carrying the model of whole-person care into hospitals and health care settings around the world.
  • Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University: With more than 150 students in the Master of Divinity program and over 90 Master of Arts in Ministry students, the first seminary of The Wesleyan Church is impacting congregations throughout the country. The Master of Divinity program provides on-the-job ministry training in an innovative format both onsite and online. Wesley Seminary has also recently launched an accredited Spanish Master of Divinity program, with most of the coursework completed online.


The University offers educational programs in three student-focused formats: On the traditional residential campus in Marion; at regional education centers; and through IWUOnline, the University's innovative internet-based delivery system, which currently serves more than 7,000 degree-seeking students.

The University's visually striking 365-acre campus in Marion is located near Interstate 69, about an hour from both Fort Wayne and Indianapolis. Adult education classes are taught at other Indiana education centers in Columbus, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis (north and west), Kokomo, Merrillville, Shelbyville and Greenwood. The University also five education centers in Ohio (Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus and Cleveland East and West) and three centers in Kentucky (Louisville, Lexington and Florence.)

During the past two decades, new construction and renovation have transformed IWU's Marion campus into a debt-free, ultra-modern, student-focused facility. IWU also offers adult and professional studies programs and conference services at 18 regional sites in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. Each leading-edge education center, designed to meet the needs of busy adults, is equipped with state-of-the-art classrooms, computers, electronic library access, study rooms and break areas.

Several buildings on the Marion campus represent the University's commitment to holistic student formation. Those facilities include:

  • Jackson Library, the academic heart of the University, houses more than 110,000 bound volumes, 200,000 micro formats and 650 journal subscriptions. The library's impressive two-story rotunda houses the "Society of World Changers" where busts of honorees are displayed.
  • Williams Prayer Chapel, the spiritual soul of the University, provides a peaceful, aesthetically appealing sanctuary for personal prayer.
  • A multi-purpose Recreation and Wellness Center, the physical core of the University, features multiple gymnasiums, weight rooms, a swimming pool climbing wall and other personal and corporate conditioning amenities.
  • The Barnes Student Center, the largest building on campus, is the social hub of the University. The center offers a full range of student life services including a cinema, coffee house, health center, student-operated businesses and various dining options.
  • The Phillippe Performing Arts Center, the cultural center of the University, seats 1,200 people for concerts, recitals and theatrical performances. This acoustically engineered building was awarded the Gold Citation for exceptional architectural design.
  • A 3,800-seat Chapel Auditorium opened in January 2010. Student chapel services, concerts and convocations area held in the facility, which also serves as a large gathering space for both the University and the community.

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The University's mission is to change the world by developing students in character, scholarship and leadership. IWU employs a well-credentialed faculty that annually receives national and international recognition for teaching, research and creative performance. Many hold national leadership positions in their respective fields.

IWU's Center for Life Calling and Leadership has earned a national reputation for excellence rooted in groundbreaking research and innovative application. The Center provides counseling, testing and mentoring at key transition points during the college experience to help students identify their unique sense of calling, purpose and career fit.

The College of Adult and Professional Studies is one of the nation's premier Christian adult higher education organizations, having been at the forefront of innovation in adult higher education for over two decades. The College of Adult and Professional Studies is home to the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) Center for Research in Adult Learning.

IWU was one of 12 independent colleges chosen nationally to receive the Foundation of Excellence Award from the Policy Center on the First Year of College. As a result, IWU is helping develop programs and best practices that many institutions across the country will view as the standard for outstanding first-year programming.

The academic quality of IWU students is commendable. The grade-point average of the incoming freshman class in the College of Arts and Sciences is 3.55, first to second year retention stands at 75 percent, and the six-year graduation rate is 69 percent. All of these numbers are above average relative to peer institutions. Additionally, the John Wesley Honors College helps attract and retain academically gifted students.

IWU faculty members have received awards from Fulbright, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Student Advocate.

IWU has 17 intercollegiate sports teams and participates in the Mid-Central Conference (MCC), the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA). Recent teams have won national championships in men's golf, women's tennis, women's basketball and women's indoor track.

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