Website California Baptist University - CBU
Counseling Psychology Online/Remote Adjunct Faculty
California Baptist University, an evangelical Christian university affiliated with the California Southern Baptist Convention, invites applications for the following Remote/Online Adjunct Faculty Position. Candidates must embrace the mission of California Baptist University and evidence a clear understanding of, and commitment to, excellence in teaching, scholarship and service through the integration of the Christian faith and learning.
The department of Behavioral Sciences in the Division of Online and Professional Studies invites applications for online/remote adjunct instructors in the area of Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling Psychology.
Successful candidates should possess a terminal degree in marriage and family therapy (preferred) or counseling psychology or related discipline (ABD may be considered). Individuals possessing a Marriage and Family Therapy license (MFT) or license in clinical counseling (LPC) without a terminal degree may be considered. In addition, prior teaching experience (preferably online) in marriage and family therapy or counseling psychology at the Master’s degree level or higher is required.
Course assignments may include:
MFT Theories and Techniques
Practicum and related courses
Community mental health
Terminal degree in Marriage and Family therapy, Counseling Psychology or related discipline
License to practice marriage and family therapy, professional counseling, and/or clinical psychology
Teaching experience (preferably online) at the Master’s level or higher
This position involves teaching responsibilities within the M.S. Counseling Psychology program, as well as potential assignments in the online undergraduate Psychology program.
Strong candidates will embrace “active teaching” methods, including, but not limited to: creating weekly video lectures, creating weekly agenda videos and/or descriptive written announcements, involvement in student discussion boards when appropriate, timely grading of all course assessments (in line with the division’s Regular Effective Contact policy), personalized written feedback on all graded assignments, and swift responses to student inquiries.
This position does not require a local (Southern California) presence.
To apply for this job please visit jobs.calbaptist.edu.