The Department of Educational Leadership and Human Development at the University of Central Missouri invites applications for one assistant/associate professor position, 997300, in the Human Development and Family Science graduate program (specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy) graduate program. Tenure track position begins August 2018. Responsibilities: Teach graduate and undergraduate courses in Marriage and Family Therapy and Human Development and Family Science. Preferred candidate will have ability to utilize technology and teach online courses. Preference may be given to candidates with teaching experience, MFT program development, and/or clinic management. The position involves scholarly activity and professional service to department, university, and professional organizations. Scholarly activity, such as presentations, grants, and publications, is necessary for promotion and tenure. Summer teaching opportunities may be available.
An earned doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy, Couple Counseling, Human Development, Family Studies or related field preferred at time of hire (ABD considered for the assistant professor position). Applicant must hold a license to practice MFT and be an approved supervisor with AAMFT. To apply: Complete an online faculty profile for position 997300 found at https://jobs.ucmo.edu. Submit cover letter, vitae, and unofficial post-secondary transcripts. If selected for an interview, three letters of reference and official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions will be required; additional materials may be requested. Screening of applications begins January 8, 2018, and continues until position is filled.
The University of Central Missouri's 1,561-acre campus is located in Warrensburg, a town of about 19,000 residents located 50 miles southeast of Kansas City. Approximately 14,000 students from 42 states and 61 countries are enrolled in classes at UCM. Fifty-three percent are female, 47 percent male, 88 percent are Missouri residents. Central Missouri has 486 full-time faculty members, 70 percent o...f whom hold a Ph.D. or other terminal degree in their field. The student-to-faculty ratio is 16 to 1.
Employee benefit information can be found on our Human Resources webpage: https://www.ucmo.edu/hr/benefits/