Human Services Mental Health Counseling Concentration Tenure-Track Faculty - Metropolitan State University of Denver in Denver Colorado

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Metropolitan State University of Denver

Denver, Colorado 80217

United States

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Detailed Job Description

The position is a full-time tenure track position in the Department of Human Services. Established in 1968, the Department of Human Services at Metropolitan State University of Denver prepares students to become competent, self-reflective professionals in the field of human services. Curriculum emphasizes experiential learning with coursework taught in the classroom, online, and through fieldwork experieces. Department faculty are committed to supporting students to develop high ethical standards and cultural sensitivity while becoming agents for positive change in their communities. The department offers four concentrations: Addiction Studies, High Risk Youth, Mental Health Counseling, and Nonprofit Studies.


This is a full-time tenure track faculty position with a focus on teaching, advising, scholarship, and service. The faculty member will carry a full time teaching load of 12 hours per semester, which may include teaching evenings, weekends, and online courses. This position requires teaching courses in the mental health curriculum such as Family Systems, Small Group Dynamics, Theory and Practice of Counseling, Psychopathology. Other duties include advising students in academic planning, graduate school and career exploration; participating in service to the department, college, university, and the community at-large; scholarly activities focused on sharing expertise with academic and professional entities; and developing relationships in the mental health practice communities at a local, regional, and national level. The successful candidate will have experience working with students from diverse populations including students of color, students with disabilities, students with diverse gender and sexual identities, students of various ages, and students from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds.

Required Qualifications

Doctorate degree in Human Services, Behavioral Health Sciences, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or related field (completed by appointment period: Fall 2016).

Preferred Qualifications

1) License and/or certification in mental health counseling. 2) Three plus years of mental health counseling experience. 3) Evidence of successful teaching in an institution of higher education with at least one year teaching mental health theory and application in the last five years.

Special Instructions to Applicants

IMPORTANT: In order to be considered as an applicant you must apply via the online application,

References refers to a list of three professional references and their contact information.

Unofficial transcripts are required of all applicants. If you are unable to attach them at the time of application please contact Deb Martin ( or Heath Ritchie ( for alternate submission instructions.

Keyword Phrases

  • HSP - Human Services
  • Diverse institution
  • Urban environment
  • Comprehensive college offering bachelors & masters
  • Social Work
  • Counselor Education
  • School Psychology
Employment Type:Faculty
Degree Required: Doctorate
Experience: See Job Description
Level of Job: See Job Description
Type of Faculty:Not Specified
Salary: Not Specified
Type of School:4 - Year / Masters Institution
Application Requirements: CV/Resume
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