The Department of Counseling and School Psychology at SDSU is seeking a colleague in the School Counseling Program to contribute to our vision of preparing school counselors leaders, advocates and systems change agents within our diverse schools and communities. Our mission supports the development of skills in the design, development, implementation and evaluation of comprehensive school counseling programs to ensure that every student receives developmentally appropriate competencies in academic, career and personal/social development. SDSU’s School Counselors become professional student advocates who promote equity and access to a rigorous education for every student and who work to prevent and remove barriers to learning. Our graduates develop themselves as culturally competent leaders in educational reform and social justice in the schools and communities they serve.
- Doctorate in counselor education (focus on school counseling)
- School Counseling Credential
- Established record of research or clear research agenda
- Experience in a combination of the areas of teaching responsibilities
- Experience with school counselors in field-based, collaborative, ethnically and linguistically diverse school-based programs
- A strong framework for service delivery consistent with and ability to teach the ASCA National Model: A Framework for School Counseling Programs.
- Experience with student and systems advocacy, social justice, and preparing school counselors as culturally competent leaders.
- Experience as a professional school counselor in a K-12 school
- A record of successful implementation of evidence-based school counseling programs
Strongly Preferred Attributes:
- Successful record of university teaching and supervision of school counseling students
- Experience with leadership in K-12 schools
- Expertise in College/Career Readiness
- Experience with accreditation policies, procedures and agencies
- Experience as a collaborative leader
- An interest in contributing to the development of a doctoral program
- Experience using technology as a tool for teaching and learning, course development, evaluation, and instructional delivery
- Grant writing skills and/or record of external funding
Teaching in some combination of the following: (a) College Planning and Career Development P-16; (b) Learning, Achievement and Instruction c) The Achievement Gap: Leadership, Advocacy and Systemic Change; (d) Policy, Politics, Law and Ethics for School Counselor’s; (e) School Counselor Professional Seminar; (f) Fieldwork Supervision in School Counseling
Continuous scholarship-research consistent with the mission and vision of the program, department and college.
Program service through student recruitment, selection, advisement, and mentoring; collaborate in program governance and development of doctoral program.
In addition, the College prefers candidates with experience in some or all of the following areas: (a) working with families and communities; (b) assessment of student learning outcomes and program evaluation; (c) interdisciplinary collaborations; (d) international programs; and (e) partnerships with the field of practice.
The School Counseling Program is in the Department of Counseling and School Psychology
in the College of Education. For additional information visit the website at http://edweb.sdsu.edu/csp/.
email PDF-versions of the following to email@example.com:
- Letter of interest describing your teaching philosophy and experience, and research interests;
- Curriculum vitae;
- Three letters of recommendation. Please ask three people to e-mail letters of recommendation on your behalf to firstname.lastname@example.org. (No paper).
Dr. Gerald Monk, Chair, School Counseling Search Committee, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA 92182-1179. FAX: (619) 594-7025; email: email@example.com.
Review of candidates will begin November 1, 2013 and will continue until filled.
SDSU is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, age, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, or covered veteran status.
The persons holding these positions are considered “mandated reporters” under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and are required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.