The Counselor Education department in the College of Education is seeking to hire a .50 FTE non-tenure-track fixed term Clinical Rehabilitation faculty member. We are most interested in candidates who can provide excellent instruction in the Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling Program. Applicants should have a record that shows promise of success in creative and engaged instruction, scholarship, and supervision.
The responsibilities for the position include:
Teach courses in the department's CACREP curriculum.
Serve as an academic advisor to students in the Clinical Rehabilitation counseling program.
Participate in community outreach and partnerships.
Serve on University, College of Education, and Department committees as assigned.
Actively collaborate with core faculty on departmental administrative activities.
The is a one-year appointment with the possibility of continuation/renewal (contingent upon the availability of funding).
Expectations for the position are summarized in the position description and will be the principal components upon which annual review and reappointment decisions will be based. The position description is incorporated by reference in the Notice of Appointment, consistent with the practices outlined for fixed-term faculty in the current PSU-AAUP collective bargaining agreement (Article 18).
Earned Master's Degree from a CORE/CACREP accredited program.
Experience/interest in teaching Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling courses.
Experience providing counseling supervision to rehabilitation counseling students.
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) or eligibility to become a CRC.
Successful completion of a criminal background check.
Earned Ph.D. from a CORE/CACREP accredited program.
Identification with and preparation as a rehabilitation counselor or disability-related field.
Experience providing mental health and/or career counseling to people with disabilities.
Ability to teach clinical rehabilitation courses such as Foundations of Rehabilitation Counseling, Medical Aspects of Disability, Psychosocial Aspects of Disability, and/or Career Counseling.
Experience or capacity to develop/cultivate long-term relationships with various stakeholders, in particular, local, national/state governmental agencies (e.g., Rehabilitation Services Administration, National Institute on Disability, Oregon Board of Licenses Professional Counselors and Therapists, Oregon Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Division).
Capacity to advise diverse students in the Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling Program.
Eligibility for Oregon licensed professional counselor (LPC).
Internal Number: 29823
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