The MACC Program prepares master's level mental health professionals to be competent counselors who apply psychotherapeutic techniques to assess, treat and prevent cognitive, mental, and emotional issues related to personal growth, adjustment issues, psychosocial and environmental stressors, substance abuse and crisis and trauma among other conditions and life issues. The focus of the mental health treatment approaches in clinical counseling includes: promoting resilience, wellness and prevention rather than pathology. The 60-unit curriculum follows the CACREP 2016 standards and guidelines. The MACC program at Alliant is also a certified curriculum by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) educational requirements outlined in the Business and Professions Code (BPC) Section 4999.30 for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors
The MACC program is currently preparing a Self-study to be submitted to CACREP to officially obtain accreditation as a Clinical Counseling program. The MACC Program at Alliant currently offers both online and on ground options.to degree completion.
Primary teaching responsibilities:
Teach graduate level courses in CACREP core, Clinical Mental Health Counseling emphasis and related elective courses.
Teach in different formats, different times (evenings, weekends, on-line, residential classes)
Design, development and assess online courses and student learning outcomes
Supervise Clinical Mental Health Counseling practicum and internship program
Develop and maintain contact with site supervisors for counseling field placement sites
Conduct scholarly or creative achievement or research.
Participate in activities that contribute to the program's continuing success and preparation of counselors-in-training and study in the professional counseling field.
Provide service to the University and community.
Supervise, advise and mentor students, and contribute to student professional growth and development.
Doctorate in Counselor Education & Supervision, from a CACREP accredited program; ABD candidates may be considered (PhD must be conferred by the position start date)
OR a related doctoral degree and have been employed as a full-time faculty in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic yearbefore July 1, 2013.
License-eligible as LPCC in the State of California
Professional identity as a professional counselor and counselor educator as evidence by active membership in appropriate counseling associations.
Demonstrated evidence of working in a Clinical Mental Health Counseling capacity (i.e. internships, graduate assistantships, professional work experience )
Demonstrated evidence of successful college teaching.in both on ground and online environments
Demonstrated evidence of designing, developing and assessment of online courses and student learning outcomes
Demonstrated skills in working successfully in a collaborative interdisciplinary environment.
Demonstrated ability to teach and work successfully with persons from diverse populations and culturally diverse backgrounds.
Demonstrated oral and written communication skills, and presentation skills
Demonstrated evidence of successful counselor supervision training and experience
Experience coordinating practicum and internshipexperiences for the program
Demonstrated evidence of successful graduate level teaching
Experience with or knowledge of CACREP standards. Including ability to assist in assessing program curricula and evaluating operational policies and procedures for the program
Please include your curriculum vitae, two letters of recommendation, license verification, transcripts (unofficial copy is acceptable), and a brief statement of teaching philosophy.
Position will remain open until filled.
The successful candidate must provide official transcripts of all academic work completed and, under U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services regulations, be able to accept work in the U.S. by the day employment begins.