Salem State University is seeking adjunct professors with interest and experience teaching topics in mental health counseling such as marriage/couples and family counseling, theories of marital/couple and family, interpersonal relationships, gender and human sexuality, contemporary families, practicum and internship seminar, multicultural counseling, differential diagnosis, group counseling, counseling theories, and assessment & testing. Teaching assignments will include at least one course, depending upon the expertise of the candidate and needs of the programs. Three (3) years of full-time mental health counseling experience post licensure date is required to teach practicum or internship seminar. Candidates would need appropriate qualifications and experiences to teach in the M.S. Counseling program which emphasizes multicultural and social justice perspectives in mental health.
Duties will also include teaching based on established M.S. Counseling program syllabus, ability to integrate multicultural and social justice perspectives into curriculum, being available to meet with students before and/or after class to support their learning, and timely completion of assessment and feedback to students on their performance (e.g., academic, interpersonal, and professional). Consultation with Graduate Program Coordinator through periodic meetings and working collaboratively with M.S. Counseling faculty members.
This posting will be valid for three years to build a sufficient adjunct pool.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Salem State University is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer. Persons of color, women and persons with disabilities are strongly urged to apply.