Albizu University is seeking qualified applicants for a 12-month, full-time remote faculty member for the master’s degree program in marriage, couple, and family counseling. The selected candidate must qualify as CACREP core faculty member. ABD candidates are eligible for consideration. The selected candidate is expected to begin in Fall of 2023 or earlier if available.
This position emphasizes the development of effective counseling practitioners. Responsibilities will include remote (synchronous and asynchronous) graduate level course design and delivery; effective use of learning management systems (LMS) and videoconferencing tools such as Zoom to facilitate learning; field experience placement and clinical supervision of counselors-in-training; mentoring graduate learners in academics and research projects; and, measurement and application of program outcomes measures aligned to CACREP standards.
Required qualifications include:
- Meet the CACREP criteria for a core faculty member; Three (3) years of experience teaching in a higher education setting; Experience assessing and meeting educational or service needs of diverse individuals; and, State licensure as a counselor or eligibility to obtain a state counseling license.
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
- Professional experience providing counseling to individual and groups; Remote teaching experience using LMS and videoconferencing; Experience with academic program assessment; Administrative or leadership experience; and, Experience with academic program development.
The Miami Campus of Albizu University has been in a forefront position in training students who can respond to the needs and demands of a multi-ethnic population. The campus is located in Miami-Dade County, City of Doral, Florida, an area rich in multicultural diversity and laden with the complex socioeconomic and psychosocial realities that accompany such diversity. The university is regionally accredited by MSCHE. Website: www.albizu.edu.
Employment with Albizu University requires a background check.
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How To Apply
The mission of Albizu University is to educate professionals in behavioral sciences, speech pathology, and other disciplines, committed to research, to improve quality of life, and to serve diverse communities.
Screening of applicants will begin April 1, 2023, and continue until the position is filled. Submit the following: letter of interest, CV, unofficial transcripts, diversity statement, statement of teaching philosophy, and complete contact information for three professional references.
A candidate’s diversity statement should provide examples of your past contributions to diversity, demonstrate your understanding of diversity and equity issues of higher education, and explain how you might make contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion at Albizu University.