This full-time tenure track faculty position in the Department of Psychology and Counseling with primary assignment to the Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate program. The position is open rank and begins fall 2018. It is expected that relatively soon after hire this faculty member will be willing to take on a leadership role in the department's graduate program in clinical mental health.
Teach 12 credits per semester of graduate and/or undergraduate level courses.
Advise graduate and undergraduate students in major or in research.
Participate in departmental functions and university-wide services.
Pursue scholarship in the discipline.
Ability/willingness to teach in different formats (face-to-face, hybrid, and/or online), different locations and in the evening.
Integrate the Mercy core values of respect, integrity, compassion, justice and service in all aspects of interaction.
Doctorate in Counselor Education from a CACREP-approved program (ABD will be considered).
Demonstrated successful teaching experience at the college/university level.
Evidence of scholarly potential.
Pursue a scholarly agenda as per university tenure requirements.
Commitment to student development.
Ability to teach in lecture, online, or hybrid modalities
Regularly assess the outcomes of courses taught and make improvements.
Willingness to teach in general education psychology or CORE courses.
Participate in departmental functions, including program development, assessment and accreditation.
Teach at Lakewood campus, off site locations or in evening
Advise and mentor students, including their research and internships.
Participate in departmental functions such as Open House, etc.
Engage in university-wide service.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 93923
About Georgian Court University
Founded in 1908 and sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, Georgian Court University is a leading regional university that provides a transformative education, preparing students for ethical leadership and service in the Catholic Mercy tradition. GCU's strong liberal arts core and its special concern for women create an environment that supports diversity and academic excellence. Anchored by the Mercy core values of respect, integrity, compassion, service, and justice, Georgian Court serves nearly 2,500 students of all faiths and backgrounds in upward of 30 undergraduate and 10 graduate programs.
The university, which was founded over a century ago as a women's college, became a fully coeducational university in 2013. Women and men attend classes on the GCU main campus in Lakewood, N.J., on the picturesque former George Jay Gould estate, which is also a National Historic Landmark. Courses are also taught online and at several other locations in New Jersey.