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Adjunct Faculty - Foundations and Orientation of Clinical Mental Health Counseling

We are searching for an experienced Adjunct Faculty - Foundations and Orientation of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at our Generic Location facility.

Position Title: Adjunct Faculty - Foundations and Orientation of Clinical Mental Health Counseling
# of Positions to Fill: 1
Department/Program: Somatic Psych 12020
Work Location Authorization: 100% On-Site
Campus Location: Generic Location
Reports to: Program Chair
FLSA Classification: Exempt/Salaried
FTE: 23% (9 hrs/week)
Compensation: $2,573.72-$3,431.55 depending on previous experience teaching at Naropa

ApplicationDeadline: July 31, 2024or until filled

Job Summary
The Somatic Counseling department seeks an adjunct faculty member to teach graduate level courses during the Fall 2024 semester. Adjunct faculty are provided established curriculum/syllabus to work with and develop in collaboration with existing Core Faculty.

This is a one-semester appointment assigned to a specific course.

Logistics of this specific position - Dates and Details
This is a 3-credit course offered in the Somatic Counseling concentration, in-person from August 28 - December 15, 2024.

Course Description
CMHC 600 - Foundations and Orientation of Clinical Mental Health Counseling (3 Credits)
This course must be taken in the students' first or second semester of enrollment. Topics include philosophy and identity of the counseling profession, professional roles, settings and functions, ethics, history, legislative policies, systems, prevention programs, interventions, social justice and multicultural counseling competencies, fiscal, technology, community resources, consultation, counseling supervision, advocacy, assessment, and evaluation.

Job Duties & Responsibilities

• Teaches with a professional level of preparedness for the duration of the semester.
• In collaboration with course area Core Faculty, reviews syllabus according to the Academic Affairs syllabi instructions and submit the syllabus to the Office of Academic Affairs by the established deadline.
• Obtains permission from the copyright owner for any copyrighted material to be used in sourcebooks.
• Grades all assignments, provides feedback to students in a timely manner, and submits final grades by the deadline established by the Registrar.
• Submits grading and attendance data into the Learning Management System (LMS) in a timely manner.
• Provides one hour of office hours each week plus availability to students by appointment.
• Mentors students outside of class through meetings, phone or e-mail, as needed.
• Supports the Core Curriculum assessment process as assigned.
• As appropriate, works with staff and other faculty members to manage and/or mediate student issues and educational obstacles and handles probationary issues in accordance with program/GSCP policies and procedures and completes related paperwork.
• Completes any and all trainings as required by Human Resources or the Office of Academic Affairs within the time period set for completion by those departments.
• Attends faculty meetings as required.
• Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

• EITHER a doctorate in Counseling, Counselor Education & Supervision, Psychology, related area relevant to mental health (e.g., Counseling Psychology, Marriage & Family Therapy) or related to the course specialization;
OR these three requirements:
1) Master's degree in Counseling or a related field;
2) Licensed or eligible for licensure at the Professional Counselor or equivalent level; and
3) Equivalent of two years' full-time employment in a clinical capacity in a mental health related setting (private practice, agency, or related setting) in the last five years.
• Significant teaching experience including lecture, facilitating discussion, and experiential exercises.
• Ability to demonstrate course content area knowledge and understanding of its application in counseling.
• High degree of emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and assertive communication skills.
• Willingness to participate in professional development, including openness to feedback and ongoing self-examination.
• Ability to create and maintain a positive team environment and behave professionally with everyone encountered in the course and scope of the job duties.
• All job candidates must hold a commitment to co-create a diverse and inclusive community and actively participate in related JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion) professional development regarding the dynamics of privilege and oppression and the impact these have in the workplace.
• All job candidates must demonstrate their level of understanding of the dynamics of privilege and oppression, and the impact these have on equity, access, and opportunity.
• All job candidates must demonstrate an appropriate level of understanding of and appreciation for the values of Naropa University and the capacity to demonstrate an integration and embodiment of these values as evidenced in work, communication, collaboration styles, and other general workplace behaviors.

Preferred Qualifications

• Familiarity with transpersonal psychology, mindfulness approaches, and/or contemplative education.
• Board-certified Dance/Movement Therapist (BC-DMT)
• Experience in training counselors at the graduate level.
• Recent and/or current experience in the counseling field.

Physical Requirements & Environmental Conditions
Faculty members spend most of their time in their classrooms or in virtual meetings with some time in offices. In the classrooms and on campus may experience: interruptions, distractions, heat, cold, dust and/or dampness. As a faculty member, you may spend extended periods in front of students and speaking as well as:

• Reading academic texts and materials, student papers, etc.
• Operating personal computer and audio-visual equipment.
• Standing or sitting for hours at a time.
• Moving around campus for classes and meetings.

Naropa recognizes the following holidays throughout the year:

-Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
-Memorial Day
-Juneteenth
-Independence Day
-Labor Day
-Fall Break, 4th Thursday and Friday in November
-Winter Break, the last two weeks in December encompassing the Christmas holiday as well as New Year's

Naropa's health and welfare benefits include the following: medical, dental, vision, FSA, HSA, employer-paid short-term and long-term disability, employer-paid life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment, an employer-sponsored pre-tax retirement savings plan, which includes up to 2.5% employer matching, and a variety of voluntary, employee-paid supplemental insurance plans.
A comprehensive benefits package is available to full-time employees who work a minimum of 30 hours each week. Employees who work 20 - 29 hours each week are eligible for only the employer-paid short-term & long-term disability, employer-paid life insurance & accidental death and dismemberment, and the retirement plan, which includes up to 2.5% employer matching.

Employees who work fewer than 20 hours per week are eligible to participate in Naropa's retirement plan only, which includes up to 2.5% employer matching.

All regular full-time and part-time faculty and staff, including student workers, accrue sick leave benefits. Full-time and part-time staff positions accrue vacation and personal time. All leave accrual rates vary based on the position, hours worked, and years of service.

The University recognizes the importance of including its employees in its organizational mission and values and welcomes employees into the classroom to "touch the magic." Specifically, regular employees are provided generous tuition remission opportunities for themselves and their family members.

Naropa University participates in the Council of Independent Colleges Tuition Exchange Program (CIC-TEP). CIC-TEP is a network of CIC colleges and universities willing to accept, tuition-free, students from families of full-time employees of other CIC participating institutions (full-time as designated by the employer/institution). Additional information can be found here: https://www.cic.edu/member-services/tuition-exchange-program. Naropa University's commitment to diversity aligns with its highest aspirations to apply contemplative inquiry and education to explore and embody the human qualities that facilitate collaboration to create a common humanity and a just society. Individuals who have experience with and a commitment to inclusive communities are encouraged to apply. EOE

Title IX is a federal civil rights law that prohibits gender discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual and relationship violence. This law applies to all students, faculty, and staff.

Job ID: 74006344
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