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Faculty – Counseling and Art Therapy
Posted February 16, 2017Summary
Seeking a full-time, tenure-track faculty member to assume teaching and advising responsibilities in its graduate Counseling and Art Therapy Program beginning August 15, 2017. The program provides education and training in clinical mental health counseling and art therapy, and is approved by the Ohio Counselor Board and the American Art Therapy Association. The program is seeking CACREP accreditation, and a spring 2017 CACREP site visit is scheduled. Responsibilities
• Teaching graduate level counseling courses
• Advising students and participating in student candidate interviews
• Participating in college committee work
• Assisting with departmental responsibilities such as accreditation, curriculum and program development, practicum and internship, thesis, and fulfilling other duties as assigned
• Doctorate in Counselor Education preferably from a CACREP accredited program OR full time faculty member in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2013.
• Active participation in state, national, and local professional organizations
• Evidence of continuing scholarly work and research agenda
• Competence in teaching Preferred Qualifications
• Preferred master’s degree in art therapy with an ATR-BC, and/or have an affinity for creative and expressive approaches
• Licensed PCC or license eligible in Ohio, preferably with supervisory status
• Administrative skills
• Research grant writing experience
• Experience in addictions services a plus
Candidates must have excellent communication skills, flexibility, and mature judgment, including success working in an inclusive community. A commitment to teaching in a creative, collaborative and values-based environment with a focus on promoting individual student success. How to Apply
For full consideration, interested applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, official copies of all university transcripts, three letters of professional reference and a letter of application that includes the applicant’s philosophy of teaching. Applications may be submitted to:
James V. Connell, Ph.D., Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies via Jo Mann at email@example.com
Nursing Faculty Posted February 15, 2017Summary
The Breen School of Nursing invites applications for a full-time, 12month, Adult - Gerontology Acute or Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Instructor to teach the didactic portions of assigned course(s) and provide academic leadership for integrating the course and its content into the MSN curriculum and clinical management courses. Release time for clinical practice is provided to enable continued clinical practice. The position is available beginning July 1, 2017 and reports to the Associate Dean, Graduate Nursing. Responsibilities
Maintaining expertise within content and clinical areas taught as well as state of the art teaching practices; Developing the course syllabus according to the course description and objectives approved by the Graduate faculty; Teaching classes and preparing all assessment methodologies; Documenting student issues, particularly in the case of possible course or delays in clinical progression; Updating the use of textbooks and other readings and electronic resources as necessary; Serving as an academic advisor and a clinical instructor to assigned students; Attending Graduate Nursing Committee meetings, assigned MSN subcommittees, The Breen School of Nursing Meetings and Faculty Assembly Committee(s). Qualifications
The successful candidate will possess a PhD or DNP in Nursing, including a Master of Science degree in nursing (MSN), previous teaching experience, recognized certification and an unencumbered, an Ohio APRN license, minimum of 2 years’ experience as an APRN, NP, and the ability to work collaboratively in a multicultural setting. The candidate must be able to accommodate flexible hours, including evenings. How to Apply
Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference to Janet Baker, DNP, Associate Dean, Graduate Nursing Program in The Breen School of Nursing, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for application is April 1, 2017.
Director, Information Technology
Posted January 31, 2017
Responsible for planning, coordinating, implementing and administering campus information services, resources, and technology in support of the College’s Mission and Strategic Plan. Direct supervision of staff members in Instructional Technology (IT) and Institutional Research (IR), including establishing departmental goals and policies. Reports to the Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA). This is a full time, 12 month position.
Provides leadership to the campus community in the areas of instructional technology, administrative applications, office productivity, data networking, web accessibility, and system and data security. Manages campus-wide information services (including Institutional Research), resources, and technology, including the efficient and secure operation of College networks, smooth operation of College computer labs, and help desk. Coordinates evaluation of new computer/technology for academic programs and administrative functions; develops, implements, and evaluates a planning process and document for the utilization and implementation of information technology campus-wide; prepares annual operating and capital budgets; ensure efficient use of space; approves and coordinates departmental priorities in consultation with VPAA. Leads the campus community in the development and successful implementation of a multi-year technology plan in support of the College’s Mission and Strategic Plan.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or related field; masters preferred. Minimum of 5 years related job experience, including supervision. Understanding of the role of technology in instruction and administration in a higher education setting; Demonstrated commitment to customer service and working within an inclusive environment. Must possess strong communication skills. Must possess understanding of technology and its use for supporting teaching, research, learning, management, and business processes. Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality and to ensure accuracy of the detailed work performed by the department. Available for evening and weekend work as necessary.
How to Apply
Candidates should submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements electronically to email@example.com . Preference will be given to those applications received by February 14, 2017. Position will remain open until filled.
Faculty, Part-Time, Music Program
Posted January 31, 2017
The College is accepting applications for a Pro-Rata (part time) Faculty position serving the Music Program in the School of Arts and Sciences for the 2017–2018 academic year. The contract position will run from August 15, 2017-June 15, 2018.
The responsibilities for the position include
• Chairing the music department.
• Teaching courses on any of the following topics: Listening Experience, Women and Music, American Music, History of Jazz, World Music, Music History, Piano, Voice. Position requires teaching a total of 6 credits per academic year.
• Directing and recruiting for the pep band.
• Directing two student recitals per year.
• Campus committee support.
The qualified candidate will possess a minimum master’s degree in music. Relevant teaching experience at the undergraduate level is required. Band experience preferred.
Candidates must have excellent communication skills, mature judgement, and demonstrated success working with a multicultural community. A commitment to the mission of the College as a Catholic, women-focused institution of higher learning is essential.How to ApplyQualified candidates should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information for 3 current professional references to Paula Fruehling, Administrative Assistant for the School of Arts and Sciences, Ursuline College, 2550 Lander Road, Pepper Pike, OH 44124. Application materials may be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submissions is March 1, 2017.
Posted January 31, 2017
The Breen School of Nursing invites applications for a full-time 10 month faculty position in Critical Care Medical-Surgical Nursing in the BSN Nursing Program. Position begins August 15, 2017.
Minimum qualifications: MSN degree, Ohio RN license, relevant clinical practice experience, and the ability to work in multicultural settings. Preferred qualifications: doctoral degree and teaching experience.
How to Apply
Submit cover letter, contact information, curriculum vitae, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three current professional references via email to Dr. Laura Goliat, Associate Dean of the Undergraduate Nursing Programs at email@example.com by April 15, 2017. Search will begin immediately and continue until position are filled.