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Position Title: Assistant Professor of
Employment Type: Full
Reports To: The Assistant Professor
of Counseling will report to [Dr. Melissa Gregg, Chair of
the Psychology, Professional Counseling and Neuroscience
The Department of Psychology, Professional Counseling, and
Neuroscience in the College of Natural and Health Sciences invites
applications for a full-time (9-month), tenure-track assistant
professor position in the graduate program in Clinical Mental
Health Counseling to begin August 2022. Responsibilities include
teaching courses in the CMHC program. The teaching load is 24
credits annually. Opportunities to teach additional courses in the
Summer and Winterim semesters may be available in both the CMHC and
undergraduate psychology programs for additional compensation
depending upon the needs of the Department. Preference will be
given to candidates with teaching (including serving as a teaching
assistant), clinical, or supervision experiences in order to teach
Clinical Mental Health Counseling courses. Preference will be given
to candidates with experience working with students and staff from
culturally diverse backgrounds. Preference will be given to
candidates with bilingual Spanish skills in counseling and
supervision. The successful candidates will have a demonstrated
commitment to the ACA multicultural competencies and will utilize
an anti-racism and anti-oppression framework of practice. Position
will collaborate on program development and the
CACREP-accreditation application process, provide clinical
supervision of students in the CMHC program, and establish and
maintain an active research program in the field of clinical mental
health counseling. Will contribute service to UW-Parkside, the
College of Natural and Health Sciences, the Department, the
profession and the community including advising students in the
CMHC program. Perform other duties as assigned.
Key Job Responsibilities
- Teaching courses in the graduate program in Clinical Mental
30% Scholarly Research
- Service to Program and Department, College of Natural and
Health Sciences, UW-Parkside, profession and community including
advising students in the graduate program.
PH.D. or equivalent in Counselor Education from a CACREP-accredited
program, or related area if employed as core faculty member in a
CACREP-accredited counselor education program for at least one
academic year before July 1, 2013. ABD will also be considered;
however, contract renewal will be contingent on completing degree
within one-year of hire.
Demonstrated Excellence in teaching (including serving as a
teaching assistant). Demonstrated excellence in research in
clinical mental health counseling. Specialization is open.
Experience providing clinical supervision.
Licensed or license eligible as Professional Counselor within 2
years of hire
The M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC)
program is part of the Psychology, Professional Counseling and
Neuroscience Department. The CMHC program maintains a professional
counseling identity within a growing interdisciplinary department.
The CMHC program has three core CMHC faculty members, who teach
full-time in the CMHC graduate program. Two additional department
faculty members teach CMHC courses, and we are seeking to add
additional core faculty members with planned enrollment growth. The
CMHC program and department are collegial and supportive
environments that provide faculty the opportunity to pursue
professional interests and play an integral role in the ongoing
development of the CMHC program.