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Rivier University: Director of Counseling Programs in Mental Health, School Counseling and School Psychology

Rivier University seeks a dynamic leader to serve as director of Counseling Programs in Mental Health, School Counseling and School Psychology.

Rivier has a strong commitment to behavioral health and substance use disorder issues through its newly created Center for Behavioral Health Professions and Workforce Development. Dedicated to its mission of “transforming hearts and minds to serve the world,” Rivier University is guided by the faith heritage, intellectual tradition, and social teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. The faculty are engaged in the education of the whole person in the context of an open and inclusive academic community that cultivates critical thought, sound judgment, and respect for all people.

Located in Nashua, NH, just 45 minutes from Boston, Rivier has a rich history of supporting the academic and personal success of its students, both in broad-based learning in the liberal arts and in programs of professional practice, including business, education, nursing, and psychology. Having gained University status in 2012, Rivier now has over 70 undergraduate and graduate programs, including three doctoral programs, in education (Ed.D.), nursing (DNP), counseling and school psychology (Psy.D). 

The Director is a full-time, twelve-month, tenure-track faculty position; rank and compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience. 

Rivier’s counseling programs adhere to a practitioner–scholar model and prepare graduates to be consumers of research that informs their practice as skilled professionals delivering assessment, intervention, consultation, and preventive services to their clients and constituents.

Responsibilities

  • Teach graduate and doctoral courses, supervise practica and internships, and conduct internship seminar.
  • Supervise faculty who advise, teach, and mentor graduate and doctoral students.
  • Work with Enrollment Management to recruit and retain a diverse population of graduate and doctoral students.
  • Oversee, evaluate and develop field training sites and clinical placements for graduate students.
  • Advise and mentor doctoral students in school counseling and school psychology on dissertation committees.
  • Develop and monitor data collection and analysis for program databases.
  • Serve on Program, Division, and/or University committees.
  • Oversee and maintain professional accreditation.

Qualifications

Applicants with the following experience, knowledge, and scholarship are encouraged to apply:

  • Earned doctorate in School or Counseling Psychology from an APA-accredited program with a minimum of five years of professional experience in academia or clinical practice
  • Licensed or license-eligible in the state of New Hampshire
  • Managed, evaluated, and developed field training sites and clinical placements for graduate and doctoral students
  • Graduate teaching and clinical supervision experience in mental health counseling, school counseling, and/or school psychology
  • Demonstrated scholarship including publications and presentations in school psychology, school counseling and/or mental health counseling
  • Experience in the integration of technology into teaching and learning for all students
  • Administrative experience in academia, schools, community, and/or mental health services

We are supported in our search process by Dr. Katherine Haley of Haley Associates Higher Education Executive Search. Interested candidates should upload a confidential letter of application detailing their match to the position along with their curriculum vitae at haleyassociates.hiringthing.com.

Potential candidates may contact Dr. Haley at 603.748.4399 or at the following email address: riviercounselingdirector@haleyassociates.net.

We expect to have the new director in place by January 2020. The position will remain open until filled. Review of applications will begin immediately. For best consideration, apply before August 30, 2019.

Rivier University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, veteran or marital status, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities; and Title IX requires that the University not discriminate on the bases stated above.

Rivier University: Director of the Combined Psy.D. Program in Counseling and School Psychology

Rivier University seeks a dynamic leader who will inspire the next stage of excellence to serve as director of one of its most mission-centric programs, the Combined Psy.D. Program in Counseling and School Psychology.

Rivier has a strong commitment to behavioral health and substance use disorder issues through its newly created Center for Behavioral Health Professions and Workforce Development. Dedicated to its mission of “transforming hearts and minds to serve the world,” Rivier University is guided by the faith heritage, intellectual tradition, and social teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. The faculty are engaged in the education of the whole person in the context of an open and inclusive academic community that cultivates critical thought, sound judgment, and respect for all people.

Located in Nashua, NH, just 45 minutes from Boston, Rivier has a rich history of supporting the academic and personal success of its students, both in broad-based learning in the liberal arts and in programs of professional practice, including business, education, nursing, and psychology. Having gained University status in 2012, Rivier now has over 70 undergraduate and graduate programs, including three doctoral programs, in education (Ed.D.), nursing (DNP), counseling and school psychology (Psy.D). 

The Director is a full-time, twelve-month, tenure-track faculty position in which rank and compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience. 

The program adheres to a practitioner–scholar model and prepares graduates to be consumers of research that informs their practice as skilled professionals delivering assessment, intervention, consultation, and preventive services to their clients and constituents.

Responsibilities include:

  • Oversee all preparations for full APA accreditation in the next three years.
  • Ensure appropriate data collection and assessment within the doctoral program.
  • Provide leadership and foster collegiality among an experienced and talented faculty.
  • Expand student engagement opportunities and develop best practices as a foundation for the practitioner–scholar model of doctoral preparation.  
  • Expand the already robust field training sites and clinical placements for graduate and doctoral students.
  • Work with senior leadership to recruit, retain, and provide services for a diverse group of doctoral students.
  • Assume advisement and mentoring responsibilities for doctoral and graduate students in counseling and school psychology; distribute faculty responsibilities and serve on doctoral research committees.
  • Maintain professional and licensure requirements commensurate with teaching doctoral courses, supervising practica and internships; conduct internship seminars.

Qualifications

Applicants with the following experience, knowledge, and scholarship are encouraged to apply:

  • Earned doctorate in School or Counseling Psychology from an APA-accredited program, with a minimum of five years of professional experience in academia or clinical practice
  • Knowledge of program assessment, particularly the APA standards for accreditation
  • Licensed or license-eligible in the state of New Hampshire
  • Graduate teaching or clinical supervision experience in counseling and/or school psychology
  • Demonstrated scholarship, including applied research, in the areas of counseling and/or school psychology
  • Administrative experience in higher education, school settings, and/or the mental health arena

We are supported in our search process by Dr. Katherine Haley of Haley Associates Higher Education Executive Search. Interested candidates should upload a confidential letter of application detailing their match to the position along with their curriculum vitae at haleyassociates.hiringthing.com.

Potential candidates may contact Dr. Haley at 603.748.4399 or at the following email address: rivierpsy.d@haleyassociates.net.

We expect to have the new director in place by January 2020. The position will remain open until filled. Review of applications will begin immediately. For best consideration, apply before August 23, 2019.

Webster University Dean of the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts

Dean, Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts

Webster University seeks a talented and creative leader in the arts to serve as the dean of the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts.  Applications and nominations are invited; the University will begin reviewing candidates immediately and hopes to have the new dean in place by the summer of 2019.

Webster University’s entrepreneurial spirit drives its mission to ensure high quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence.  Founded in 1915, Webster is a private, nonprofit university with its main campus in Webster Groves, Missouri (in the St. Louis metropolitan area), and a network of international campuses in Europe, Asia, and Africa; extended locations in metropolitan areas and on military bases; and robust online offerings.  The University enrolls approximately 4,200 students at the main campus in five schools and colleges:  The Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts, the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Communications, the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, and the School of Education.  More than 13,000 students are enrolled across the University’s network of locations and online.  Webster University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).

The nationally-recognized Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts is a key constituent of the thriving St. Louis arts community.  The College houses four academic departments.  The renowned Conservatory of Theatre Arts is a professional training program for acting, musical theatre, directing, theatre studies and dramaturgy, design, technical direction, and stage management with strong associations with local professional theatre companies, two of which are located on the Webster University campus – The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. 

Students in the Department of Music participate in classes, lessons, and ensembles, learning from faculty and guest artists who are outstanding professional practitioners:  composers, teachers, performers, conductors, and historians.  The Department of Dance educates students to become skilled, creative, and compassionate thinking artists for 21st century careers as performers, choreographers, educators, and scholars in a diverse and global community.  The Department of Art, Design, and Art History offers a student-centered learning environment emphasizing personal expression, alternative approaches, and experimentation where students work with faculty who believe in intensive work, study, and involvement in art. 
 
The College also houses the Community Music School, which offers outstanding music education and performance opportunities, including individual lessons, orchestras and ensembles, and special programs such as Kindermusik, to students of all ages and abilities. 

The College of Fine Arts prizes hands-on learning, and its nearly 500 primarily undergraduate students actively engage in professional productions, concerts, performances, and exhibits, opportunities available through the many vibrant professional arts organizations in the St. Louis region and beyond.  Graduates of the College cultivate a lasting dedication to their craft and go on to careers of distinction.

The dean reports to the Provost, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer; as a member of the Academic Deans Council and the Provost’s Council, the dean will work closely with fellow deans and leaders of Webster’s U.S. and international campuses and the online division.     

The next dean will:

  • Expand the visibility and reputation of the College’s programs in theatre, art, music, and dance nationally and internationally
  • Nurture the College’s invaluable partnerships in the arts while cultivating new connections regionally, nationally, and internationally
  • Advocate for the College–articulate and demonstrate the relevance of the creative arts and of higher education arts instruction in the 21st Century  
  • Be a champion for the College’s students and graduates and expand opportunities and venues for them to tell their stories and exhibit their talents   
  • Be both present- and future-minded; work to preserve and promote the quality and well-deserved reputation of the College while creating a strategic vision for the future
  • Build community and relationships with and among faculty and across disciplines
  • Provide leadership in a context of shared mission, communicate openly and collaboratively, and support teaching, service, creative endeavor, and faculty and student development

The dean will possess the following professional and personal attributes:

  • Proven success in the arts and arts leadership
  • Experience in academia  
  • Demonstrated success in external relations, including developing donor-potential relationships with alumni, community, and/or corporate stakeholders
  • Demonstrated ability to nurture and grow relationships with partners and to create new partnerships to expand opportunities for students, alumni, and faculty
  • Passion to engage with and support a faculty of active artists in a community where students learn by doing
  • Keen interest in student development and success; accessible to students and engaged in their activities and events
  • Proven commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity
  • A global mindset; supportive of programs that offer opportunities for students and faculty to study and teach through Webster’s global network of campuses and partnerships 
  • Demonstrated experience as an administrator with strong organizational, budget, and management skills
  • An academic degree and a record of artistic accomplishments that would qualify the candidate for tenure or status as a professor in the College

Application Information

Additional information about Webster University and the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts is available at http://www.webster.edu/.  To ensure full consideration, all materials should be received by March 25, 2019. 

Dr. Katherine Haley of Haley Associates Higher Education Executive Search LLC is supporting the search.  To make inquiries or nominations, please contact her at: WebsterDean@haleyassociates.net or 603.748.4399. To formally apply, upload your vita and letter of application at haleyassociates.hiringthing.com.  The letter of application should address the candidate’s match to the qualifications identified in this document.

Candidacy review begins immediately and continues until appointment is made. 

Webster University is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  We are committed to maintaining a culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff of the highest caliber.  Accordingly, Webster University provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national origin, ethnicity, age, protected veteran or disabled status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

 

Clarkson University Provost

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clarkson University seeks a provost able to lead and support its faculty and students in the next strategic phase of growth and academic excellence.

Clarkson is a private, national research university that is a leader in technological education and sustainable economic development through teaching, research, scholarship and innovation. Reporting directly to the President as a key member of the President’s Cabinet, the Provost’s responsibilities span strategic planning, policy formulation, budgetary decision-making, assessment and continuous improvement and faculty supervision.

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NHHEAF Network Organizations President & CEO Search CLOSED

The NHHEAF CEO search has successfully concluded with the appointment of Christiana Thornton, President of the New Hampshire Bankers Association https://www.linkedin.com/in/christiana-thornton-2b8a8a7/ who will take office in October.

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