Assistant/Associate Professor and Director of Field Training

JOB SUMMARY

Faculty position in the master’s degree programs in SOPC. The Assistant/Associate/Professor will be part of a team of counselor educators who emphasize the relationship between reflective practice and individual well-being. The successful candidate will have expertise in integrating multiculturalism in content areas such as: trauma studies, children and families, addictions, trauma. Responsibilities include teaching and committee work.

In addition, this person will serve as Director of Field Training. In this position, faculty will provide administrative guidance of practicum and internships for all degree tracks but not direct supervision of staff or instructors. Faculty will be responsible for varied duties, including: review of existing policies and procedures; recommending changes or realignment of current administrative tracking and record keeping; generating new practicum sites and relationship building with sites where there is an existing contractual relationship; presenting proposals to the faculty and administrators to enhance the student field site experience; strategizing to involve alumni and their organizations in our fieldwork program; developing a continuing education experience for field supervisors; communicating efforts to SOPC faculty, staff, managers, and college officers as appropriate.

Given that this position is a blend of administration and academic roles, faculty will teach a reduced number of academic courses by mutual agreement between the faculty member and the Dean.

Doctoral work in counseling psychology or related field and graduate teaching experience required.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Teach courses per faculty contract (bargaining unit) within the department
  • Attendance at divisional, school, and College meetings as specified in the AFT Union contract.
  • Participation in institutional service activities as outlined in the AFT Union contract.
  • Oversight of Field Training Office as described above, including site development, quality control of student experience in practicum and internship, and monitoring student course work to ensure compliance with professional standards and requirements of the Allied Board of Mental Health Professionals and MADESE initial licensure for guidance and adjustment counselors.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must have a doctoral degree (Ph.D., Psy.D. or Ed.D)
  • Must have an active Massachusetts clinical/counseling license
  • Graduate level teaching experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of holistic approaches to counseling
  • Familiarity with integrating multi-cultural counseling approaches in clinical practice

Contact

To apply, please forward cover letter and resume to jobs@cambridgecollege.edu.