Faculty Position in Rehabilitation Counseling

Thomas University in Georgia

Deadline March 10, 2014
Date Posted February 3, 2014
Type Non tenure track
Salary Commensurate with experience
Employment Type Full-time

The Division of Counseling and Psychology is seeking applicants for a full-time continuing faculty position.  The chosen applicant will teach and advise students in our fully-online Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling, Master of Science in Community Counseling, and Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Studies programs beginning fall semester 2014.  These programs involve dynamic interaction with students in the online and clinical internship environments.  This is a campus-based faculty position with online teaching assignments.


Proven excellence in teaching is required. Candidates must be adept in the use of instructional/online technology.  In addition to teaching and advising responsibilities, full-time faculty members also serve on Division and University committees, support the community through professional engagement, and collaborate on research and grant opportunities. 


A doctorate in Rehabilitation Counseling or a related field and CRC licensure are required. Thomas University is committed to diversity; rank, salary and benefits are commensurate with experience. 


This is a nine-month position, with possible summer employment.


Application deadline:  March 10, 2014.


Please send curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy, three current letters of professional recommendation, and all college transcripts to Morgan Colvin, Administrative Assistant to Counseling and Psychology; Thomas University; 1501 Millpond Road; Thomasville, GA 31792 or email Word documents to mcolvin@thomasu.edu.

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