Assistant Professor, Marriage and Family Therapy Program
Location: New England campus (Keene, New Hampshire)
Department: Applied Psychology
Antioch University New England invites applications for an Assistant Professor to teach master’s and doctoral level marriage and family therapy courses, core courses in other master’s level programs, and to supervise practicum and internship students. This position involves expectations in scholarship, teaching, service, and university citizenship, and will be on a renewable two-year contract.
PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy or in a closely related field (strongly prefer graduate of a COAMFTE-accredited program); AAMFT Approved Supervisor or Supervision Candidate, license-eligible in NH as an LMFT; graduate teaching experience.
Expertise in family therapy and social justice theories; research with a focus on social justice issues, multicultural issues, and/or feminist theory; online or low-residency instruction experience; competency-based assessment experience; interest or experience in experiential education methods; interest and/or experience in training supervisors; varied clinical experience.
The MFT Programs at Antioch University New England have a focus on social justice and diversity issues. The master’s degree program has been accredited by COAMFTE since 1994 and the doctoral program has been accredited since 2011. The Antioch University Couple and Family Therapy Institute is our clinical practicum training center for first year master’s and doctoral students (who are local) and provides supervision opportunities for local second year doctoral students. More information about the Institute can be found at: https://www.antioch.edu/new-england/resources/centers-institutes/couple… .
Antioch University New England master’s degree students are typically adult learners, many from the New England area, while our doctoral student body is quite diverse, coming from international locations as well as from different regions of the United States. The MFT programs at AUNE are low-residency programs but there is an on-campus expectation for this position with the faculty member expected to live in the New England area close to campus.
Antioch University New England is one of five campuses of Antioch University, which provides learner-centered education to empower students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice. The New England campus serves nearly 1,000 students. It is located in Keene, NH, a social and commercial hub in the beautiful Monadnock Region of southwestern New Hampshire. Information about the university and area can be found at www.antiochne.edu.
At Antioch University New England, we are a community of innovators and free-thinkers, determined to make a positive impact on the world. Our programs are rooted in social, environmental, and economic justice to unite your passion with purpose.
AUNE has a long history of high academic standards, integration of work and study, commitment to bypassed populations, and learner responsibility. These are intertwined with the New England traditions of self-reliance, small-community values, and private action for the public good.
Think critically, stand out, and lead change.
For more information about the position, please contact Dr. Lucy Byno, chair of the search committee at [email protected]. Submit applications to Will Dooley, Human Resources, at [email protected] with “MFT AP Search” in the subject line. Applications must include statement of interest, curriculum vita, and complete contact list for at least three references. Samples of scholarly work, including publications, are welcome. Application review will begin December 31, 2017 and applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
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