The Faculty of Education offers two cohort-based graduate-level counselling psychology programs which are in high demand and are approved programs with the College of Alberta Psychologists. This includes the blended-delivery Master of Counselling (MC) program as well as an on-campus Master of Education (MEd) Counselling Psychology program (which is currently undergoing a significant revision to meet and exceed registration requirements in all Canadian jurisdictions). Details about our graduate Counselling Psychology programs may be found at https://www.uleth.ca/node/35148.
The Faculty of Education at the University of Lethbridge seeks to fill a full-time Tenure Track position in Counselling Psychology at the rank of Assistant Professor. The appointment carries the following key expectations:
- Engage in scholarly or creative work.
- Contribute to the graduate program, including teaching graduate courses and supervising graduate student research.
- Engage in service work, across the campus and within the community (local to international).
Qualifications include a doctorate in Counselling, School, or Clinical Psychology. Applicants must be eligible for registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists.
The successful candidate must have: (a) skill and experience in Formal Assessment, Psychopathology and Diagnosis (across the lifespan), and have the ability and interest to teach courses in these areas, and (b) possess the ability to teach in and contribute to both our MC and MEd programs. The ability to teach in online, face-to-face, and blended formats, and the ability to integrate innovative technology into teaching will be an asset for this position.
The University of Lethbridge was established in 1967 with a student population of 638. It has grown to a current population of nearly 9,000 full-time and part-time students, with approximately 766 graduate students and 600 international students from more than 90 countries. Two campuses (Calgary and Lethbridge) and 18 research centres and institutes make up our university community. There are more than 48,000 University of Lethbridge alumni worldwide.
The University’s main campus is situated on over 550 acres of traditional Blackfoot territory in west Lethbridge. In the 2022 Maclean’s University Rankings, the University of Lethbridge ranked first in the Medical/Science Grants category and second in the Student Satisfaction Rankings of Experiential Learning Opportunities category, and fifth in Canada in total research dollars (primarily undergraduate classification).
The City of Lethbridge: Where the Rocky Mountains meet the Prairies.
A city since 1906, Lethbridge is a growing community of just over 100,000 residents, located in southern Alberta, approximately 145 kilometers east of the Canadian Rockies and 95 kilometers north of the United States border.
The city’s economy has historically been agriculture-based, but has expanded into a thriving industrial, commercial, research and technology hub. Lethbridge’s major employers are in the education, health care and government sectors.
Lethbridge is known for its bright sunshine (more than 320 days per year), warm summers, and mild winters thanks to our semi-arid climate and Chinook winds. The Oldman River divides the north and south sides from the west side. The river valley’s coulees are home to one of North America’s largest urban park systems. With over 240km of trails, enjoy walks, runs and bike rides throughout the city. Adventure is only a short drive away! Experience hiking, camping, skiing and more just outside Lethbridge.
Information about Lethbridge can be found at https://www.ulethbridge.ca/about/about-lethbridge
All applications must be submitted online, and should include a letter of application, a curriculum-vitae, and contact information for at least two references.
Individuals are encouraged to submit to this link: https://uleth.peopleadmin.ca/postings/6379