Lecturer of Counseling/Clinical Fieldwork Coordinator

first_imgFounded in 1920, UNH is a private, top-tier, comprehensiveuniversity with an 80-acre main campus. UNH has an enrollment ofmore than 5,900: approximately 1,700 graduate students and morethan 4,200 undergraduates, 70 percent of whom reside in universityhousing. The University offers more than 80 undergraduate degreesand more than 25 graduate degrees through its five colleges.Conveniently located near downtown New Haven, the Universityprovides employees with a comprehensive benefit package and aprofessional, productive and pleasant work environment. Women andminority candidates are encouraged to apply. The University of NewHaven is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Application materials should include a cover letter of interestaddressing all the qualifications for the position, currentcurriculum vitae, a concise statement of teaching philosophy, andthree letters of professional reference. All materials should besubmitted online at: http://apply.interfolio.com/85199 University of NewHavenLecturer ofCounseling/Clinical Fieldwork CoordinatorSearch # 21-10F Review of applications will begin immediately and will continueuntil the position is filled. The successful candidate must be a dynamic instructor and ableto teach using online, hybrid, and face-to-face modalities.Experience in advising, mentoring, and providing clinicalsupervision to graduate counseling students is preferred. Acommitment to serving culturally, ethnically, and linguisticallydiverse communities is expected. The University of New Haven is seeking applications for afull-time (12 month), non-tenure-track, Lecturer position in theDepartment of Psychology’s Clinical Mental Health CounselingProgram beginning Fall 2021. Specific duties and responsibilities include:Teaching an 18-credit load per academic year in the ClinicalMental Health Counseling program and potentially some undergraduatecourses;Engaging in service activities including curriculumdevelopment, recruitment, advisement, and retention of culturallyand linguistically diverse students;Responding to inquiries from students and site supervisorsregarding field placement opportunities;Planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating fieldplacement for graduate counseling students;Verifying placement of graduate counseling students in approvedsites;Recruiting, evaluating, and retaining sites ensuringresponsiveness to the missions of the University, Department ofPsychology, and Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program;Monitoring, assessing, and guiding field placements andproviding consultation to students and site supervisors;Compiling performance evaluations of students, sitesupervisors, and placement sites;Intervening promptly in collaboration with faculty supervisors,the resolution of problems experienced by students or sites inplacements;Scheduling field trainings each semester for sitesupervisors;Planning, developing, and implementing field orientation forstudents prior to being placed in field experiences;Providing reports to the Clinical Mental Health Counselingprogram director including student progress, status ofclinical/field sites, and problems encountered in placements;Overseeing the maintenance and updating of student files andplacement information;Leading site supervisor/faculty meeting (minimum of once persemester);Performing related duties as assigned The successful applicant for this position will teach selectedgraduate courses in counselor education and in our undergraduateofferings, coordinate and administer clinical fieldwork placements,and contribute actively and effectively to student growth, service,and program development. An earned master’s degree in mental healthcounseling or related counseling field is required. The successfulapplicant will be licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor(LPC) in the State of Connecticut (or equivalent licensure issuedby another state). The University of New Havenis an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.last_img read more

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