Clinical Assistant Professor of School Counseling
Loyola University Maryland is seeking exceptionally qualified applicants for a full-time non-tenure-track faculty position at the Clinical Assistant Professor level in the School Counseling Program to begin Fall 2021. The position comes with a 10-month contract. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience. Qualified applicants will have a doctorate in Counselor Education from a CACREP accredited university and maintain a license as a professional counselor, eligible for license in the state of Maryland, strong clinical and supervisory experiences, and commitment to working with diverse populations.Responsibilities include teaching 4 courses per semester, core classes as well as internship or practicum seminar; service to the program through academic advising, attending university and program meetings, and innovation related to supervision and program enhancement; and fulfilling other duties as assigned. Summer teaching may be available.Interested applicants should apply online at: careers.loyola.edu. Submit a curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts, and contact information for three professional references. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Loyola University Maryland is an urban, selective, Jesuit Catholic institution in the liberal arts tradition. The university is committed to intellectual excellence and social justice as it prepares students for a diverse and changing world. Recognized as a leading independent, comprehensive university in the northeastern United States Loyola has a beautiful historic Evergreen campus in Baltimore and Graduate Centers in Timonium and Columbia. Loyola enrolls over 4,000 students in its undergraduate programs and about 2,000 students in its graduate programs. Loyola is committed to fostering an inclusive environment and seeks applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to its educational mission. Loyola is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups. Additional information is available at http://www.loyola.edu.