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Housed in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SSBS), the Graduate Counseling Program at Johnson University offers a CACREP-accredited master’s degree in counseling with concentrations in School Counseling (SC) and Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC). Faculty and students are active participants in the American Counseling Association (ACA) and other national, regional, and state organizations. We seek a person who can integrate the Christian faith with the counseling profession in an ethical, competent manner.
Faculty members can expect to teach 6 graduate classes per academic year depending upon class enrollments and credit hours associated with each course. Courses are taught in 8 and 16 week formats utilizing hybrid instructional methods.
Instruct and facilitate meaningful learning of graduate course material.
Use innovative learning strategies and effectively integrate technology into the learning
Conduct assessments of student learning outcomes and provide accurate/timely
assessment data to the SSBS Assessment Coordinator and Graduate Program Director.
Provide timely feedback/grades to students and Registrar.
Maintain appropriate office hours during the academic year.
Group and/or individual/triadic supervision of practicum students and interns, including
Clinical oversight and/or involvement in the Johnson University Counseling Center
• Participate in GCP and SSBS faculty meetings
Participate in school projects/tasks (e.g., faculty hiring process, curriculum review and oversight, accreditation-related activities).
Actively participate in marketing of the program as well as forming partnerships with colleagues and students where appropriate
Attend university faculty meetings.
Actively participate in the university community life.
The final candidate should be prepared to respond in a signed statement of their support
of JU’s faculty community covenant, faculty handbook, JU mission/values, JU statement of faith, and the SSBS mission statement (available upon request).
Terminal degree in counselor education from a regionally accredited institution (or have related doctoral degrees and have been employed as full-time faculty members in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2013). Will consider ABD if a clear timeline for completion is in place.
Demonstrated service to the profession and the broader community through local, regional, and national affiliations, with evidence of scholarship through presentations and/or publications.
Able to contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through teaching, research and/or service.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Support the Mission of Johnson University and act in accordance with Johnson
University’s stated values; able to sign and live in accordance with the Faculty
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact effectively with diverse groups
Proficient with the use of standard office and internet applications on personal computers.
Able to become proficient using the Sakai learning management platform.
Applicants must be licensed or license-eligible. Experience in university teaching is required. Evidence of scholarly and professional engagement or contribution desired. Priority will be given to candidates who possess licensure and experience as both Clinical Mental Health and School Counselors, and who possess supervision credentials (i.e. NBCC Approved Clinical Supervisor, AAMFT Approved Supervisor, or equivalent).
Additional Salary Information: Includes a full university benefits package. (Position pending budgetary approval)
Internal Number: 1920001
About Johnson University
Since 1893, Johnson University has been a leader among historic faith-based colleges and contemporary fiscally responsible universities. Johnson is listed on Forbes magazine’s “100 Most Financially Fit Colleges” (2nd among CCCU member and affiliate institutions), USA Today’s “Least Expensive Colleges to Get Your Degree,” (1st among SACSCOC accredited schools), and Niche’s “Top Christian Colleges,” (15th among CCCU institutions.) The university offers more than 70 bachelor’s, master’s, Ph.D., and associate’s programs across three campuses – in Knoxville, Florida, and online. Johnson faculty strive to prepare promising students for excellence in Christian ministry and other strategic vocations through an affordable, community-oriented, Christ-centered education.