Wayne State College is seeking a Counseling Faculty member for the School of Education and Counseling.
Wayne State College is one of the most dynamic, regional public colleges in the Midwest, located in Northeast Nebraska, close to Sioux City, Iowa, and within a two-hour drive to Sioux Falls, Omaha and Lincoln. Wayne State College has educated students for over 100 years. One of three members of the Nebraska State College System, the College distinguishes itself by providing educational excellence in a small, personalized setting. The beautiful 128-acre campus serves over 3,600 students who have a choice of more than 130 majors. In fall 2018, the College welcomed its largest first-year class since 1995, and it experienced a 10% increase in overall enrollment driven by new academic programs and partnerships, updated and new facilities, and a continuing focus on supporting students in their academic and co-curricular experiences. Wayne State has been the recipient of a number of awards, honors, and distinctions due to its commitment to service, student success, and providing an exceptional education at an affordable cost. The entire community is focused on making Wayne State a great place for students to thrive and advance their futures, and there is a collective sense of excitement about the future of the College.
Nature of Work:
Responsible for providing instruction in accordance with the philosophy and objectives of the College.
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in counseling; advise students; supervise practicum or internship students in clinical mental health agencies; participate in state, college, department, and program committees; engage in scholarly activities and service to campus and/or community. Work collaboratively with other faculty in a professional and collegial manner, contribute to the continued growth and development of the counseling program at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and, to work on CACREP related activities.
A master's degree in counseling, or a counseling related field. Experience in a clinical setting as a professional clinician working with clients.
- A master's degree from a CACREP accredited institution.
- An earned doctorate in counselor education and supervision from a CACREP accredited program. ABD will be considered with anticipated completion date by August 2020.
- Experience teaching college courses, professional service, and evidence of scholarly work and research related to counseling.
- Clinical and supervision experience with diverse populations.
- Identifies with the counseling profession through memberships in professional organizations (e.g. ACA or ASCA and their divisions).
- Ability to work collaboratively with other faculty in a professional and collegial manner, and contribute to the continued growth and development of the counseling program at the graduate level and human services program at the undergraduate level.
- Specialization in applied behavior analysis.
- Experience as a clinician.
- Licensed or licensure eligible in the state of Nebraska as a school counselor.
- Licensed or licensure eligible in the state of Nebraska as a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner.
Competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Attractive and comprehensive benefit package.