Faculty Director of Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Master of Arts)


Faculty Director of Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Master of Arts)


Non-tenure-track Faculty


Graduate Studies

Agnes Scott College invites applications for a full-time, open-rank position for its new Master of Arts program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Launching in August 2022, the program centers an intersectional approach to the practice of counseling, with a distinct focus on race, gender, and sexuality, while preparing graduates for licensure as LPCs. The faculty director will administer the program, with responsibility for developing practica sites in the metro-Atlanta area, hiring and supervising additional faculty as the program grows, conducting program assessment and leading the program through the MPCAC accreditation process. Additionally, the director will participate in recruitment activities and support academic advising. 

The faculty director will teach four courses per year. Three courses will be in the graduate program, and one course will be an undergraduate psychology course, with possible adjustments in teaching assignment pending enrollment needs. This is a 12-month, full-time non-tenure track faculty position, with a start date of August 1, 2022.

Successful candidates will be licensed or license-eligible as an LPC (or related credentials, e.g., NCC, ACS), and have a doctorate in counseling psychology, counseling education, clinical psychology or a related field (ABD with completion by July 2022 will be considered). Successful candidates will also have experience in program leadership and experience in the counseling field (i.e., counseling experience, clinical supervision, teaching, and/or research in counseling), with a background in how race, gender, sexuality, and other identities inform counseling. Experience working with diverse populations and active involvement with professional societies are preferred qualifications.

Review of applications begins October 1, 2021. To ensure full review of your application, please submit your completed application by October 15, 2021. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Application materials should be directed to the associate dean for graduate studies, Dr. Kelly Ball (kball@agnesscott.edu) with the subject line “Application: Counseling Director.”

Applications should include a cover letter that addresses a vision for the program, curriculum vitae, and names and contact details for 3 professional references. Additional materials such as a teaching statement, evidence of teaching effectiveness and/or a statement of the candidate’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion may be requested of all candidates as the search progresses.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Official graduate transcripts will be required before hiring. Please note that it is college policy to hire candidates who are legally authorized to work in the United States.

Health & Safety Measures: All persons hired by Agnes Scott College must submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination prior to starting employment unless they have been granted an exemption based upon a medical or religious reason.

Agnes Scott College is a highly selective, independent national liberal arts college for women located in metropolitan Atlanta. An equal opportunity employer, Agnes Scott College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, disability or genetic information, gender identity, gender expression or any other characteristic protected by law in its employment. Agnes Scott College has a strong commitment to diversity and urges members of underrepresented groups to apply.

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