The Master of Arts in Counseling Program has immediate openings for adjunct instructors at our Metro Toledo (Temperance) site.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
A doctoral degree from a CACREP accredited Counselor Education program is preferred, Master of Arts in Counseling from a CACREP program is required.
The individual must have a current LPC and/or school counselor license or certification with practical experience in clinical or school counseling.
Those with familiarity with counseling licensure in Ohio will be given special consideration for our Metro Toledo site.
Experience with teaching at the college level, online, and curriculum development is preferred.
It is foremost that the individual show evidence of a life and service committed to the teachings of Jesus Christ which is in full accord with the Spring Arbor University Concept and community covenant.
In order to perform this job effectively, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
The individual must be able to demonstrate competence in teaching counseling at a graduate level and clinical or school counseling specific clinical practice and program competencies.
A successful teaching record and clinical or school counseling practice experience is imperative.
Graduate Counseling Faculty must maintain an active LPC or school counseling license from the state in which the university is accredited, current membership in nationally recognized counseling associations such as the American Counseling Association, Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, and other means of demonstrating a strong counselor identity are also valued.
The individual must possess good interpersonal skills, communication (verbal and written) skills, online computer skills, and the ability to work with diverse faculty, stakeholders, and students.
It is imperative that attention to detail is demonstrated.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Because of the importance of diversity in the field of counseling, we make a commitment to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty for this program and thus are especially interested in receiving applications from members of ethnic and racial minority groups, women, persons with disabilities, veterans, and individuals representative of other traditionally under-represented groups.
Individual will exhibit a life and service that is in full accord with the SAU Concept and Community Covenant.
Experience working in multicultural academic environments preferred and individuals from diverse populations are encouraged to apply.
Job Type: Part Time
Spring Arbor University is committed to the policy of equal employment as an appropriate standard of Christian servanthood, and in accordance with federal and state regulations. It is the intent of this policy to provide a work place free of discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, marital status, or physical handicap, in a manner consistent with applicable federal and state law and the Christian perspective and mission of the University.
Internal Number: 1006
About Spring Arbor University
Since 1873, Spring Arbor University has helped students pursue wisdom by offering an education grounded in the Christian faith. What began as a small elementary and secondary school in the late 1800s has evolved into a top-tier, liberal arts, Christian university. Offering more than 70 undergraduate majors and programs, nine degree completion programs, two associate programs, and 12 graduate programs. With programs presented on campus, online and on site at 17 locations throughout Michigan and in Ohio, the University continues to meet the growing needs of its students.