Starting Fall 2013
This position offers the opportunity to provide graduate
instruction and supervision in the preparation of K-12 school
counselors. The program is based on a cohort model and is CACREP
The College of Education is searching for new colleagues who
share in our vision that we are preparing educators for schools, as
they should be, not as they currently exist. The emphasis on
cultural competency, global citizenship, faculty-student research
and engagement with urban and suburban schools and community
organizations reflects a rich and vibrant learning community in the
college. The four core values of: 1) excitement about teaching,
learning, and mentoring; 2) honoring and embracing diversity and
similarity; 3) demonstrating integrity and responsibility; and 4)
theory into practice undergird our mission and vision.
Candidates must provide evidence of their ability to contribute in
meaningful ways to the university's continued commitment to
cultural diversity, pluralism, and individual differences.
Required Qualifications: Earned doctorate in counselor education
(expected completion by employment date) with an emphasis in school
counseling; evidence of scholarly activity; minimum two years
experience as a school counselor or in a school setting;
demonstrated success in working with diverse populations of
students; familiarity with CACREP accreditation standards; and
evidence of a school counselor identity.
Preferred Qualifications: Graduate of a CACREP approved program;
graduate university teaching experience; evidence of technology
applications; leadership experience in the school counseling
profession; and NCC and/or other counseling credentials.
Responsibilities: Teach graduate courses and supervise
practicum/internships, advise students, engage in scholarly
activities, participate in continued program development, and
provide service to the university and greater educational
community. Summer school teaching is optional.
Application Process: Applicants must submit a letter of
application detailing basic and preferred areas of qualification,
current vitae, names and phone numbers of three professional
references, and official graduate transcripts to Dr. Brandie
Oliver, Co-Chair Search Committee, Butler University, 4600 Sunset
Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46208
Screening will begin October 1 until position is filled.
Questions can be directed to email@example.com.
Additional information about the College of Education may be
found on the College of Education Web Page at www.butler.edu (Butler University
is an EEO/AA employer and educator and specifically encourages
applications from persons of color.