• Assistant Professor, School Counseling - Tenure Track

    Job Location(s) US-NY-New York
    Posted Date 5 months ago(9/19/2019 3:34 PM)
    Job ID
    College of Arts & Sciences
    # of Openings
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview




    New York Institute of Technology’s College of Arts and Sciences invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in School Counseling to join our CACREP-accredited M.S. in School Counseling program.


    Teaching, scholarship, and service to the department, college and institution at large. Course topics may include: research, group counseling, foundations of counseling, career, consultation, and fieldwork courses. An emphasis is on preparing broadly skilled, reflective practitioners and socially conscious leaders for school counseling careers in Pre-k through 12 settings. This position will serve both the New York City and Old Westbury, Long Island campuses as all school counseling faculty teach at both locations.  

    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 student populations, and educational equity.



    Required qualifications for the position are:

    • Ph.D. in Counselor Education or related counseling area from a CACREP-accredited program.
    • Successful prior experience as a school counselor and/or supervisor of school counselors.
    • An active research agenda with evidence of scholarly productivity and publications.
    • An understanding of and commitment to the principles of social justice and educational equity.

    Preferred qualifications for the position include:

    • Licensure (or eligibility for licensure) by a state professional counselor licensure board and experience in a clinical setting.
    • Familiarity with the CACREP accreditation process.
    • Experience teaching online and blended-format classes.

    New York Institute of Technology offers 90 undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs in more than 50 fields of study, including computer science, data, and cybersecurity; biology and biomedical studies; architecture and design; engineering; health professions and medicine; IT and digital technologies; management; communications and marketing; education and counseling; and energy and sustainability. A nonprofit, independent, private, and nonsectarian institute of higher education, it welcomes more than 9,000 students worldwide. The university has campuses in New York City and Long Island, New York; Jonesboro, Arkansas; and Vancouver, British Columbia, as well as programs around the world.


    New York Tech embraces its mission to provide career-oriented professional education, give all qualified students access to opportunity, and support research and scholarship that benefits the larger world. More than 100,000 alumni comprise an engaged network of doers, makers, and innovators prepared change the world, solve 21st-century challenges, and reinvent the future.


    For more information, visit nyit.edu.


    NYIT’s College of Arts and Sciences 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. Start date: September 1, 2020. Please include in your application a cover letter, your curriculum vitae, three (3) references, and a statement of your teaching philosophy and research agenda.


    NYIT is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity



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