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Online Adjunct - Counseling



  1. Candidate must have a doctorate in counselor education and supervision (preferable from a CACREP-accredited institution).

  2. Demonstrated effectiveness in teaching in non-traditional formats (blended and online courses).

  3. Ongoing, demonstrated involvement in the profession as a counselor educator is expected (e.g., membership in ACA, AMHCA, ACES)

  4. National Counselor Certification by NBCC

  5. Ability to work effectively with students, staff, faculty, and administration

  6. Commitment to quality teaching

  7. Strong communication and interpersonal skills


  1. Proficiency in using a learning management system

  2. Evidence of scholarly research and grant writing

  3. Experience teaching to diverse populations


  1. Teach online counseling graduate courses

  2. Provide timely feedback to online students

  3. Submit reports and requests in a timely manner

  4. Willingness to participate in ongoing professional development

  5. Work collaboratively with the fulltime Counseling faculty

  6. Perform other tasks as required by the appropriate administrators

Compensation: Based on the Online Compensation Matrix


Application Deadline: Review of applications begins March 7, 2018


To Apply: Send materials listed below to:

                                 Dr. Jan Miller, Dean
                                 College of Education
                                 The University of West Alabama
                                 Station #8
                                 Livingston, AL 35470


Applications may also be emailed to


Please submit the following:

  1. Letter of application -please include graduate courses you have taught as well as courses you would be interested in teaching in your cover letter/letter of application.

  2. Current CV

  3. Three current letters of reference

  4. Transcripts of all college work (Unofficial transcripts will suffice for the application; official transcripts must be submitted immediately upon employment.)


    The University of West Alabama does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, or sexual orientation in employment, or the provision of services.


    Minority applications encouraged