The Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology Program, jointly housed in the School of Sciences and School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Elizabethtown College, invites applications for a full-time, nine-month, non-tenure-track lecturer position beginning in August 2023 and renewable annually. The recently launched Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program at Elizabethtown College seeks to prepare highly skilled mental health practitioners who integrate evidence-based practices and multicultural competencies in varied practice settings. Through relationship-centered and experiential learning emphasizing social justice and equity, students in the program will cultivate a professional identity and purposeful life work. We seek a faculty colleague who can help us achieve this mission and contribute to the development and growth of this program. More information about the M.A. in Counseling Psychology Program can be found here: https://www.etown.edu/scps/programs/graduate/mcp.aspx
The Psychology Department at Elizabethtown College, which also offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and Neuroscience, consists of faculty with expertise in cognitive, social, developmental, clinical/health psychology, and counseling psychology. The Department is also hiring faculty with expertise in Neuroscience and Clinical/Counseling Psychology to teach in the undergraduate program. Our faculty are teacher-scholars who strive to create relationship-centered learning environments inside the classroom, in their active research labs, and/or in partnership with community organizations through internships and community-based learning experiences. More information about the department can be found at www.etown.edu/psychology.
This role includes teaching and service responsibilities. The lecturer will teach four graduate-level courses in each of the fall and spring semesters, involving a combination of online and face-to-face instruction. While the area of specialization is open, preference will be given to applicants with expertise in child/adolescent counseling, substance use counseling, or trauma-informed practices. In addition to teaching upper-level courses in their area of expertise, the candidate may teach foundational graduate counseling courses in topics such as professional ethics, counseling theory, and psychopathology. The candidate will contribute to additional departmental service and initiatives, through advising graduate students, holding membership in relevant professional organizations, engaging in professional practice and development, participating in program recruitment and interviews, and contributing to activities that support program accreditation. The ideal candidate will demonstrate high-quality inclusive teaching and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a commitment to collaboration. We prefer candidates with the ability to contribute to the diversity of our department and institution, whether through personal experience, teaching, scholarship, and/or service. Demonstrated ability in or commitment to teaching, mentoring, and supporting students from historically underrepresented groups in psychology is preferred.
A graduate degree in Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, or a closely related discipline is required; a doctoral level degree is preferred. Ideally, the candidate will be licensed or license-eligible as a Licensed Psychologist or Licensed Professional Counselor in Pennsylvania. Candidates who expect to complete their degree by August 2023 will be reviewed. We encourage members of historically under-represented groups to apply.
To apply, candidates should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae or resume, statement of teaching philosophy, statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and email addresses for three references. References will be contacted by Elizabethtown College to submit letters of recommendation electronically. Finalists will be invited to provide evidence of teaching effectiveness if available.
· The cover letter should detail your interest in being part of the Elizabethtown College community and desire to teach and mentor graduate counseling psychology students.
· The teaching statement should detail a philosophy of teaching and emphasize strategies you will use to engage students in an inclusive classroom; you are also welcome to speak to your approach towards clinical supervision.
· The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion statement should discuss your past work and future plans in areas of teaching, advising, service, and/or clinical work to foster equitable and inclusive practices and promote multicultural competency in counseling.
Please apply online at:https://etown.peopleadmin.com/postings/4696
Review of applications to begin on January 25th, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled. Apply at https://etown.peopleadmin.com/postings/4696. Inquiries can be addressed to Dr. Liz Dalton (email@example.com), Program Director, Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology Program.
Located in scenic Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Elizabethtown College is a teaching institution, and it offers its 1,634 undergraduate students more than 50 academic programs in the liberal arts, sciences, and professional studies. Driven by its commitment to "Educate for Service," Elizabethtown centers learning in strong relationships, links classroom instruction with experiential learning, emphasizes international and cross-cultural perspectives, and nurtures the capacity for purposeful lives and global citizenship. We are located less than two hours away from the metropolitan areas of Washington, Baltimore, and Philadelphia and less than four hours away from New York City. For more information about the College, consult www.etown.edu.
As an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, Elizabethtown College is seeking candidates who will enhance the diversity of its faculty, staff, and administration.
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