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Responsibilities: Course assignments may include: foundations/theory of counseling, human development, career counseling, research, consultation, and participate on school and university committees. Faculty responsibilities include teaching, research, advising, curriculum development, and professional service. An emphasis is on preparing broadly skilled reflective practitioners and socially conscious leaders for school counseling careers in K-12 settings. This position will serve both the Manhattan and Old Westbury campuses as all school counseling faculty teach at both locations. Course load: 4 courses spring 2019 and 3 courses summer 2019.
NYIT’s School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Education invites nominations and applications for a visiting professor in School Counseling to join our CACREP accredited program.
The NYIT School Counseling Program prepares school counseling candidates to be educational leaders, social justice advocates, and system change agents with an emphasis on working in urban and suburban diverse settings. Coursework is designed especially for school counselor preparation and the faculty is committed to pedagogical innovation, strong partnerships with NYC and suburban school counselors, working with underserved and underrepresented Pre-k through 12 student populations, and educational equity.
Required qualifications for the position include:
Preferred Qualifications: an earned doctorate in Counselor Education from a CACREP accredited institution, evidence of a developing research and publication record, ability to work with diverse student populations, a strong commitment to good teaching, experience as school counselor, a collaborative collegial disposition, interest in working with school/agency partners, familiarity with Transformed School Counseling, the ASCA National Model, and CACREP 2016 standards, and experience with instructional technology (Internet, instructional software, Blackboard, or other courseware).
Other preferred qualifications include:
NYIT’s School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Education (SISE) provides professional preparation for teachers, school counselors, educational leaders, and leaders/practitioners in instructional technology in education and corporate settings.
NYIT provides a competitive salary and benefits package. January 2019 start date. There is the potential that this position will continue through the 2019-2020 academic year. Please include in your application a cover letter your curriculum vitae, 3 references, a statement of your teaching philosophy and a description of your research agenda.
NYIT is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.