Adjunct - Graduate Counseling
The Department of Graduate Counseling at JBU is inviting applications for Adjunct Faculty positions. Adjunct faculty responsibilities include teaching a maximum of 12 credit hours per calendar year within the Department’s M.S. in Counseling degree program. Graduate courses are delivered in online and on-ground formats at the Department’s graduate sites in Siloam Springs, Rogers, and Little Rock.
Qualified applicants must have a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision or Marriage & Family Therapy and be licensed or license-eligible as a professional counselor (LPC or LMHC) or marriage and family therapist (LMFT) in the state they reside. Preferred candidates will hold a doctorate degree from a CACREP or COAMFTE accredited program and have experience developing and teaching graduate-level counseling curricula in both traditional and online formats. In addition, a commitment to faith-based education and demonstrated competencies related to integrating spiritual and psychological approaches to counseling are essential.
JBU desires to increase the diversity of its faculty, staff, and students to honor how all humans are created in the image of God, to reflect better the diversity of the Kingdom of God, to further our Christian commitment to justice, and to increase the quality of our educational experience. JBU is pursuing the goal of teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from ethnic minorities and women. For more information, visit our diversity webpage.
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Submit electronically the completed application form, a letter of interest and Curriculum Vita to email@example.com Attn: Dr. Chris Hull, Graduate Counseling Department Head, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, Arkansas. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply. Arkansas applicants with a willingness to teach on-ground are preferred.
The employee is expected to adhere to all University policies.