Two (2) Clinical Assistant Professors in Department of Counseling and Psychological Services
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
The Department of Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) at Georgia
State University is searching for two full-time Clinical Assistant
Professors to begin Fall 2020. CPS is a collaborative and
interdisciplinary department that trains counselors, counselor
educators, counseling psychologists, and school psychologists at the
master’s, educational specialist, and doctoral levels. Our programs are
CACREP, APA, or NASP accredited. Faculty provide exceptional education
and training to all our students, and affirm
professional identities across our multiple programs.
Qualifications: Individuals chosen for these two positions must meet the following minimum criteria:
An earned doctoral degree (by August 1, 2020) from a CACREP-accredited Counselor Education program.
Be license-eligible (LPC) in Georgia by start date.
Eligibility for certification as an Approved Counseling Supervisor (ACS)
and/or Certified Professional Counseling Supervisor (CPCS) in Georgia.
Have experience in (or show potential for) teaching core CACREP and
specialized courses in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School
Counseling, and Clinical Rehabilitation masters programs. Show a
willingness to teach, supervise, and mentor Counselor Education
and Practice doctoral students.
Have clinical and supervision experience in one or more of the
following: Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling, Clinical Mental Health
Counseling, School Counseling, or Counselor Education.
One of the two positions
will require that the applicant either be a Certified Rehabilitation
Counselor (CRC) or demonstrate CRC-eligibility prior to start date.
These two positions are open to candidates with a range of clinical and
teaching interests that are aligned with the field of Counseling. Some
preference will be given to applicants with expertise in the following
· Family systems
· Culturally diverse persons
living with mental illness (i.e., abnormal psychology)
· Trauma and Trauma-informed
Responsibilities: Major areas of responsibility for these individuals
include teaching, clinical supervision, and service to the Department of
Counseling and Psychological Services, College of Education and Human
Development, and to Georgia State University.
These individuals will be expected to teach courses, and train students
across all four CACREP accredited programs. Lastly, individuals
selected for these positions will be expected to serve either as the
Clinical Coordinator for the Clinical Mental Health
Counseling program or coordinate the basic counseling skills training
program for the CPS department.
Clinical faculty members within the CPS Department are highly valued,
significantly contribute to the teaching and training within our CACREP
accredited programs, and serve in important leadership roles within our
department. Opportunities for promotion are
available for full-time clinical faculty members. Additional
responsibilities may include participating in curriculum assessment and
development; supporting students to develop identities as
‘scholar-practitioners’; contributing to program administration,
teaching, advising and mentoring masters and PhD students; and
providing service to community and professional organizations
GSU is ranked as the #2 most innovative institutions in the country,
ranked #25 for social mobility, and ranked #10 in campus ethnic
diversity. To this end, GSU and the CPS department value diversity.
Candidates from underrepresented groups (e.g., racial and
ethnic minority individuals, women and gender minority people, sexual
minority individuals, and persons with disabilities) are especially
encouraged to apply. Atlanta is an exceptionally diverse and vibrant
metropolitan area that provides numerous opportunities
for cultural events.
Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae,
statement of teaching, an unofficial or official transcript of highest
degree earned, and the names of three professional references to Lydia
Ewonus either via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or mail
to Lydia Ewonus, Counseling and Psychological Services, P.O. Box 3980, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia 30302-3980.
Preference will be given to applications and supporting documents received by October 18, 2019,
but the position will remain open until a suitable candidate is
selected. Please be advised that should you
be recommended for a position, the University System of Georgia Board
of Regents policy requires the completion of a background check as a
prior condition of employment.