Associate or Full Professor in Rehabilitation Counselor Education
University of Wisconsin-Madison
January 5, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
College / University
Conduct an active program of nationally recognized research and scholarship.
Obtain substantial external financial support for research and to support graduate assistants.
Teach courses in B.S, M.S., and Ph.D. programs in rehabilitation psychology, rehabilitation counseling, and rehabilitation counselor education.
Advise undergraduate and graduate students and supervise graduate student research.
Participate in shared governance and committee activities within the university.
Participate in community and professional service, including positions of leadership at the local, state, and national/international levels.
It is anticipated that the successful candidate will be offered the endowed professorship position of Norman L. and Barbara M. Berven Professor (or Associate Professor) of Rehabilitation Psychology, which will provide additional financial support.
Earned doctoral degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, Rehabilitation Counselor Education, or Counselor Education OR an earned doctoral degree in a closely related field, if combined with a university position held for at least one year prior to July 1, 2017 in a Rehabilitation Counselor Education program, accredited by the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE), or in a Counselor Education program for at least one full year prior to July 1, 2013.
Experience and scholarly credentials suitable for appointment with tenure at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Evidence of established research and scholarship of national significance.
Evidence of success in securing funding to support research.
Evidence of professional identity with rehabilitation counseling through sustained membership in professional associations, professional development and renewal, professional service and advocacy, and areas of focus of research and scholarship.
Direct service experience in rehabilitation or closely related counseling settings.
Evidence of strong university-level teaching abilities.
Evidence of ability to work collaboratively within and outside the university.
Knowledge and skills related to teaching and counseling culturally diverse and disability diverse populations.
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) credential or eligibility for CRC credential and willingness to apply for the CRC.
Record of success in competing for substantial federal and/or foundation grants and contracts and serving as principal investigator on those grants and contracts.
Evidence of research and scholarship that has stimulated or substantially influenced rehabilitation theory, research, and/or practice.
Evidence of national and/or international recognition for research.
Evidence of exceptional university teaching contributions.
To Ensure Consideration: Apply by February 15, 2018; applications accepted until the position is filled.
How to Apply
Please apply online by visiting https://jobs.wisc.edu/ and searching for PVL 92433.
To apply submit the following application materials: (a) letter of application, (b) official transcripts of all graduate study, (c) curriculum vitae, (d) teaching evaluations or other evidence of teaching potential, (e) samples of research and scholarly writing. You will be asked to provide the names of three references within the application process. The references will be contacted in order to provide three confidential letters of reference submitted directly by the referee.
Additional Salary Information: Appointment to the endowed Norman L. and Barbara M. Berven Professor of Rehabilitation Psychology would provide salary supplementation and other financial support for the position.
The Rehabilitation Psychology/Rehabilitation Counseling/Rehabilitation Counselor Education program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is currently tied for the No. 1 ranking among all graduate programs in Rehabilitation Counseling in universities nationwide, according to U.S. News & World Report. The program is widely regarded as the leading producer of faculty in rehabilitation counseling pro...grams in universities in the U.S. and in a number of other countries. Graduates have also gone on to become some of the most prominent researchers and scholars in the field and leaders within the profession. In addition, program faculty are involved in collaborations on research grants with other institutions that currently total more than $56 million and currently serve as principal and co-principal investigators on more than $7 million in grants and contracts from those and other projects awarded to the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is one of the top research universities in the U.S. and worldwide, with many opportunities for collaboration in research and scholarship with top faculty and researchers in many related fields and in a number of research centers across campus. The Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education is a part of the School of Education, which is tied for the ranking of top public School of Education in the U.S., according to U.S. News & World Report, and is tied for third overall, behind Harvard and Stanford.
The Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education has a strong commitment to disability, racial, ethnic, linguistic, gender, and sexual diversity and seeks applications from members of historically underrepresented groups and those who can demonstrate a commitment to diversity.