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|About the Position: Assistant
Professor; tenure-track, beginning September 16, 2013.
|About the College/Department: The
Psychology Department has 29 permanent full-time faculty, including eight
counseling faculty. Programs include a
B.A. in Psychology and three graduate programs; M.S. programs in both
Experimental Psychology and Mental Health Counseling and a M.Ed. in School
Counseling (http://www.wwu.edu/psychology). Western Washington University is a nationally recognized public and regional
institution with approximately 14, 900 students and a strong emphasis on the
liberal arts. The 224 acre campus
overlooks Bellingham Bay and the San Juan Islands and is close to water and
mountain recreation. Bellingham, a city
of approximately 80,000, is situated between Seattle and Vancouver, British
Columbia, offering easy access to major research universities.
The graduate programs in School and Mental Health
Counseling have been accredited by CACREP since 1993 and enjoy considerable
institutional support. Both are full-time,
2-year programs. Classes are offered
during the academic year only and typically meet during the day. Six students are admitted to each program per
year from a highly competitive pool of applicants and progress through the
programs in cohort groups.
|Position Responsibilities: The successful candidate
will be expected to teach coursework and provide supervision to counselors in
training in the School and Mental Health Counseling graduate programs. The candidate will also teach, advise, and
mentor undergraduate Psychology students including courses in the candidate's
area of expertise and/or related areas such as child/adolescent development or
|Required Qualifications: |
- Doctoral degree in Counselor Education, School
Psychology, Counseling Psychology or related field to be completed by September
- Eligible for Washington State Certification as a
School Counselor or Licensable in Washington State as a Mental Health Counselor
- Ability to teach master’s level classes in the
School and Mental Health Counseling Programs and undergraduate courses in the
Department of Psychology
- Active program of research and publication
record commensurate with experience
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively with
students and colleagues
|Preferred Qualifications: |
- Experience as an employed school counselor
- Experience working with diverse students and faculty
- Experience supervising counseling practica
- Graduate of a CACREP-accredited program
|Academic Emphasis: Counselor Education
|Job Location: Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA
|Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications
|Bargaining Union: United Faculty of Western Washington|
|Application Instructions and Requested Documents: Application materials must be submitted via WWU’s
Electronic Application System for Employment (EASE) at http://www.wwu.edu/jobs
including: (1) a letter of application, (2)
a detailed vita, (3) a statement describing your qualifications to prepare
graduate students to implement a comprehensive, developmental, results-based
school counseling program, (4) a statement of teaching philosophy and evidence
of skill as a teacher, (5) a statement describing your research experience and
plans, (6) representative publications, and (7) graduate transcripts.
Please arrange for three letters of recommendation to
be sent from recommenders to the Search Committee at the following address: email@example.com.
|Other Information: Counseling faculty will be available to answer questions about the position at the November 16-18, 2012 Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference. Attendance at the conference is not required as part of the application process.
Please address questions about the position to Diana Gruman (Diana.Gruman@wwu.edu) or Christina Byrne (Christina.Byrne@wwu.edu), Co-Chairs, School Counseling Search Committee; Department of Psychology; 516 High Street; Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA 98225-9172
|Job Posted: 8/30/2012|
|Closing Date Notes: Application review begins November 5, 2012; position is open until filled|
|Recruitment #: 120668|
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