Phentermine NLBHA - The National Latino Behavioral Health Association - Counseling: Assistant Professor-School Counseling.


The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is seeking applications for a 9-month tenure track position in the Department of Counseling. The department has 11 full-time faculty members and offers a CACREP accredited MA and PhD program in Counseling characterized by a multicultural and social justice focus. Successful candidates for this position must have an earned doctorate in counselor education from a CACREP accredited university. However, ABD candidates will be considered if they provide evidence of completion of PhD by August 15, 2018. All candidates must demonstrate an interest, promise, and ability to engage in scholarly research and seek external funding.


  • Teach, advise, and mentor students in the MA and PhD counseling programs, particularly students enrolled in the school counseling program
  • Serve on doctoral dissertation committees
  • Actively contribute to the continuous development and assessment of the overall school counseling program
  • Engage in research and other scholarly activities in counselor education, with an emphasis on issues involving school counseling
  • Seek externally funded research grants
  • Provide service, outreach, engagement, and leadership in the Department, College, and University


  • An earned doctorate in Counselor Education from a CACREP-accredited university
  • Experience as a school counselor in K-12 schools, required
  • Knowledge of the ASCA model, required
  • Teaching experience at the university level
  • Ability to contribute to the CACREP core program and school counseling
  • Eligibility for licensure in North Carolina as a professional school counselor
  • Promise of excellent teaching, sustainable research, scholarship, and service
  • Commitment to helping counseling students develop culturally responsive counseling skills that demonstrate awareness of diversity and social justice issues relevant to professional counseling
  • Involvement in professional counseling related organizations

The Cato College of Education and Department of Counseling strives to develop a deep understanding of and respect for diversity among students and colleagues. Therefore, we encourage applications from individuals who may help us achieve this goal. A multicultural and social justice focus is expected in all areas of instruction.

To Apply: Apply at to job posting #004899 and please know that only electronic submissions will be accepted.

Applicants should electronically submit:

  1. a cover letter describing how your professional qualifications relate to the position,
  2. how you could contribute to enhancing students’ understanding of diversity and social justice,
  3. current curriculum vita,
  4. unofficial copies of transcripts from master’s and doctoral degree programs,
  5. names, addresses (including titles and institutions), telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three references, and
  6. supporting materials relevant to your scholarship and teaching such as sample publications and teaching reviews.

Review of applications will begin December 1, 2017. For additional information, contact search committee co-chairs Dr. Ed Wierzalis, Clinical Associate Professor at (704 687-8970) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and Assistant Professor Dr. Clare Merlin-Knoblich at (704 687-5883) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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