Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando invites applications and nominations for a full-time faculty appointment at the level of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Counseling. The Search Committee will begin its work immediately to fill this position. Primary responsibilities will include teaching courses in the Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) degree program.
The qualified candidate will:
- have a PhD in Counselor Education (or be ABD) or have a related doctoral degree and have been employed as a full-time faculty member in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2013
- possess clinical and clinical supervision experience
- possess mental health counseling licensure or eligibility for licensure in Florida
- demonstrate a concern for and experience in ministry in the church
- desire a collaborative and unified pedagogical relationship with fellow RTS faculty
- be committed to the Reformed faith as expressed in the Westminster Standards
- be a member in good standing at a confessionally Reformed church
- be competent in speaking theologically about and commending Christian counseling
Some combination of other qualifications may mark out exceptional candidates, such as:
- ability in or potential for scholarship
- teaching experience in higher education (especially in a CACREP-accredited program)
- other vocational ministry experience
We especially encourage female and ethnic minority candidates to apply.
Please send CV and cover letter to Michael Allen, Academic Dean: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando
Reformed Theological Seminary Orlando serves the diverse and vibrant metropolitan area of central Florida. We are committed to the classroom and to preparing servants for gospel ministry and counselors for licensed, professional service that complements the ministry of local churches. Our MAC program prepares men and women for service as licensed counselors in a variety of settings where they can partner with and further resource these Christian congregations in providing theologically informed, biblically rooted soul care that makes wise use of all legitimate therapeutic resources. More information on the MAC program may be found here. We are presently pursuing CACREP accreditation (in addition to our current SACS and ATS accreditation) and hope to find someone who meets CACREP standards.
The RTS Orlando campus provides excellent opportunities to develop relationships with students and faculty and to immerse yourself in a local congregation (of which there are many options) and to connect with many national and international ministries. Our faculty are committed to biblical fidelity, confessional integrity, and academic excellence in all our programs, and our degree programs are intended to develop mature men and women for life and ministry here and around the globe.
For more information go to www.rts.edu/orlando.