- Assistant/Associate Lecturer of Counseling
- DENVER SEMINARY
- Posted: 12/4/2019
- Salary/Range: TBD
- Littleton, CO
Denver Seminary is seeking an Assistant/Associate Lecturer of Counseling (Full Time, Non-Tenure Track)
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GENERAL STATEMENT OF JOB FUNCTION:
This faculty member in the Counseling Division typically teaches 24 credit hours of graduate courses per academic year. Counseling Division faculty in this position are eligible for rank advancement and play an essential role in Denver Seminary’s academic mission by contributing excellent teaching, student mentoring, spiritual modeling and institutional service as needed. In the area of scholarship, Counseling Division faculty on this track are expected to remain current in their discipline relevant to their area of andragogy. This position is a twelve-month agreement and will begin July 1, 2020.
The faculty member will be required to contribute productively to public or peer-reviewed scholarship in their appropriate discipline at a level collaboratively determined with the Provost/Dean to align with the faculty member’s professional goals. Other duties may be assigned in place of teaching in order to make up a full load, but these non-teaching duties usually constitute no more than one-third of the faculty member’s load.
1) Prepare course syllabus and submit copies of the syllabus to the appropriate departments in a timely fashion.
2) Prepare and deliver teaching content, course materials, and exams for assigned courses.
3) Grade exams and required assignments and submit final grades to Registrar in a timely manner.
4) Communicate with students needing assistance with the course and be available each week for student questions and concerns.
5) Advise students on academic matters and refer questions as needed to the Registrar or appropriate department.
6) Serve on faculty committees as assigned by the Provost/Dean.
7) Participate in professional organizations.
1) Ph.D in Counselor Education and Supervision (preferably from a CACREP-accredited program).
2) Licensed, or licensed eligible, as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado.
3) Committed personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a lifestyle consistent with Denver Seminary’s Community Values and Behavioral Commitments.
4) Agreement with Denver Seminary’s statement of faith.
5) Knowledge and teaching skills commensurate with working in a CACREP-approved program.
6) Knowledge and teaching skills commensurate with working in an accredited Seminary including the ability to integrate faith and practice.
7) Excellent collegiality and collaborative skills.
1) Experience teaching in CACREP-accredited Counseling programs in higher education, especially in non-traditional delivery modes.
2) Theological training and experience (preferable at the Masters level).
3) Significant clinical counseling and clinical supervision experience and training.
4) Experience working among diverse populations.
5) Relevant experience and ability to teach courses in at least three of the following areas:
a. School Counseling
b. Theological Foundations of Counseling
g. Group Counseling
h. Career Development and Assessment
6) Engaging, passionate, and motivated teaching approach