Professor – Counseling
Core faculty members are involved in teaching, clinical supervision, administration, and scholarly work. The MAC program is seeking applicants with significant teaching and clinical experience who can bring practical expertise to the classroom. Preferred candidates will demonstrate a strong commitment to the integration of counseling and Christian theology. Female and ethnic minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
- A doctoral degree in counselor education from a regionally and CACREP accredited institution (or a related doctoral degree and previous full-time faculty employment in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2013).
- Licensed or license eligible as a Mental Health Counselor or Licensed Professional Counselor and have maintained involvement in clinical practice or consultation.
- Demonstrated service to the profession and the broader community through local, regional, and national affiliations, with evidence of scholarship through presentations and/or publications.
- Commitment to the Reformed faith as expressed in the Westminster Standards.
Reformed Theological Seminary
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Master of Arts in Counseling Program
of Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS)
The Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) program of RTS announces an opening for a full-time Core Faculty position on its Jackson, MS campus. The MAC program is a CACREP accredited Clinical Mental Health Counseling program that exists on two RTS campuses, Jackson, MS and Orlando, FL. Its mission is to train distinctly Christian and exceptionally competent Professional Counselors.
The counseling curriculum integrates professional counseling coursework and clinical experience with a Reformed theological foundation, equipping graduates to counsel both churched and non-churched populations in multicultural and pluralistic societies. A unique aspect of RTS’s MAC program is the on-campus clinical experience offered to its students on both campuses. Under the supervision of professors and other licensed mental health professionals, students counsel persons from diverse, local communities in individual, couple, family, and group settings.Contact Via Email