The Old Dominion University Darden College of Education is inviting applications for begin June 1st, 2018: Lecturer of Graduate Clinical Coordination.
The primary responsibilities for this 12-month, non tenure-track, renewable position is to serve as the Clinical Coordinator; manage the field placement program for Master’s and PhD counseling students, teach graduate counseling courses, and advise graduate students. Teaching duties typically involve MSEd or PhD practicum and internship sections, skills courses, and/or supervision courses. While participation in state, regional, and/or national service is encouraged, the bulk of service duties will involve clinical coordination. There is no expectation for research in this position but the college encourages all instructional faculty to participate. This position reports to the Counseling & Human Services department chair and is expected to work collaboratively with the Counseling program faculty.
The graduate counseling programs are housed in the department of Counseling and Human Services. The traditional campus program track offers thefollowing specialty areas: M.S.Ed. and Ed.S. in school counseling, mental health counseling, and college counseling; and Ph.D. in Education with a Counseling concentration, accredited as a doctoral program in counselor education and supervision.
The Darden College
The Darden College of Education is committed to excellence in teaching, scholarly activities, and service. The college prepares outstanding multicultural and diverse professionals for work in the region, and engages in research and dissemination of education and the related professions at this critical time in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation and the world. The College has active research and service partnerships with regional, national and international businesses, post-secondary institutions, hospitals, non-profit agencies, schools, and military bases.
The mission of the Darden College of Education is to prepare distinguished professionals who become leaders in their fields.
Old Dominion University (ODU) is a dynamic metropolitan, residential, and research-extensive public institution with a student enrollment of 24,800, including approximately 6,000 graduate students, and a full time equivalent faculty of over 840 of which 40% are female. ODU is a vibrant, collegial university committed to serving the region and the nation through it leadership preparation programs, research, service and community engagement.
The University’s primary campus is located in Norfolk, VA, one of the seven cities that make up the historic Hampton Roads region of Virginia, a major recreation area with a population of 1.7 million. Programs are also offered at three Higher Education Centers in the region and at Distant Learning sites across the state and across the nation. The University offers joint programs with Eastern Virginia Medical School and is home to several nationally recognized Research Institutes and Centers of Excellence, including: the Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics; the Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center; The Center for Educational Partnerships; and the Center for Accelerator Science collaboration with the Jefferson National Accelerator Facility.
Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
How to Apply
Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, unofficial graduate transcripts, and names of three references with telephone and e-mail addresses to https://jobs.odu.edu/ Review of applications will begin on March 1, 2017, and continue until the position is filled.
Old Dominion University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Professional identity as a counselor educator and supervisor. Ability to implement CACREP-standards related to Practicum and Internship. Effective communication, collaboration, organization, and leadership skills. Ability to provide clinical supervision, support supervisee development, assess deficits and strengths, and enact professional development plans in support of gatekeeping efforts. Have 1 year of post-license full-time clinical experience. Possess experience ensuring adherence to state and federal guidelines governing medical records, and related guidelines informing mental healthcare provision. Ph.D. or Ed.D. in counselor education or closely related discipline from CACREP-accredited program and strong interest in supervision through a variety of course formats required. Possess the Virginia LPC credential or the ability to secure the Virginia LPC within 12 months of hire if out of state.
Candidates for the position should have the ability to pursue university collaborative efforts involving public schools, postsecondary institutions, agencies, or other community partners; effective integration of technology in the instructional process; and accreditation relevant to each applicant's discipline and to the College of Education.
The Darden College of Education is committed to advancing an inclusive, diverse, and multicultural environment. The successful candidate must demonstrate commitment to inclusive diversity, practice through a socially critical lens, and be dedicated to multicultural perspectives.
Eligibility to be registered to supervise counseling residents in Virginia. Familiarity with Practicum and Internship placement issues associated with a mid-size urban University setting.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. An excellent university benefits package is available.
Internal Number: F0772A
About Old Dominion University
Old Dominion University (ODU) was founded in 1930 as the Norfolk Division of the College of William & Mary, and became an independent institution in 1962. ODU is a dynamic metropolitan, residential, and research-extensive public institution (“Higher research activity” using the Carnegie classification) with a student enrollment of more than 25,000, including approximately 6,000 graduate students, and nearly 1,500 international students. The university has over 840 full time faculty, of which 40% are female. ODU is a vibrant, collegial university committed to serving the region and the nation through it research, teaching, service, and community engagement. In 2017, ODU was recognized by Forbes as one the nation's top midsize employers, as well as one of the top 15 universities for African-American Student Success by the Education Trust.
The University’s primary campus is located in Norfolk, VA, the cultural hub of the region and home to the world’s largest natural deep water port, the Atlantic headquarters of NATO, and Naval Station Norfolk, which houses the U.S. Navy and U.S. Fleet Forces Command. Norfolk has been named a ‘Best City for Entrepreneurship’ by Entrepreneur Magazin...e and in the Top 5 of ‘America's Favorite Cities’ by Travel and Leisure. Norfolk is one of the seven cities that make up the historic Hampton Roads region of Virginia, a major recreation area with a population of 1.7 million. The Hampton Roads region is experiencing a surge in entrepreneurshial culture, and has the largest relative population growth of millennials in the nation according to the Urban Land Institute.