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Executive Director, The Allender Center

Job Title: Executive Director, The Allender Center
Reports to: President & Provost
Department: The Allender Center
Avg Hrs/Wk: 40

Summary

The Executive Director provides executive leadership for the Allender Center at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology, including stewarding a team of highly skilled and diverse leaders in executing Allender Center programming and collaborating with the leadership of The Seattle School across a variety of venues.

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Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling

The School of Counseling at Richmont Graduate University is seeking multiple dynamic, education-oriented individuals for the roles of full-time Assistant/Associate Professors in the growing Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at the university’s Atlanta, Chattanooga, and online campuses. Candidates must have a current license as a Professional Counselor or Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Ph.D. from a Counselor Education and Supervision Program accredited by CACREP by the agreed upon start date.

As a member of the School of Counseling Faculty, the Assistant/Associate Professor will maintain a full-time presence on their home campus, teach graduate courses, and supervise master’s level students. In the role of Assistant/Associate Professor, the candidate will serve as academic advisor to students, will serve on university committees, will support the university’s strategic initiatives, will be responsible for course development and improvement, and will teach courses and participate in residencies as directed. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Faculty are encouraged to be active in the profession and engaged in clinical practice when possible.

Potential candidates should:

1.Create a profile on the university’s human resources site: https://secure.entertimeonline.com/ta/InpRGU.careers?ApplyToJob=335689152 and

2. Send a letter of interest and a current resume to: facultyapplicants@richmont.edu or by mail, to: Dr. Steve Bradshaw Dean of the School of Counseling Richmont Graduate University 1900 The Exchange SE, Bldg 100 Atlanta, GA 30339.

Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon invites applications for a full-time Assistant or Associate Faculty position, open until filled. The MA Counseling program specializing in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is CACREP accredited. The application for this position is located at www.westernseminary.edu/about/employment.

Responsibilities include teaching graduate level counseling courses, advising students, clinical supervision, commitment to student mentoring, advocacy, and scholarly productivity.  Qualifications include a completed Ph.D. in Counselor Education preferably from a CACREP-approved program, clinical experience, demonstrated teaching ability, clinical supervision experience, theological knowledge or ministry experience, eligibility as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oregon, and agreement with Western Seminary’s Faculty Teaching Position.

Western Seminary values equality and diversity and strongly encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Questions may be directed to Dr. Josh Mathews, VP Academic Affairs (jmathews@westernseminary.edu) or Dr. Rachel Heffield, Assistant MAC Program Director (rheffield@westernseminary.edu)

Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO is accepting applications for a Coordinator of Counseling Services. This position is a full-time, tenure track, 10-month Clinical Faculty position within the Division of Behavioral Sciences. Due to the specific needs of our university at this time, the successful applicant must be a female. This position provides a variety of counseling and consulting services to students, faculty, and staff of S­­­outhwest Baptist University.

Essential job duties include provision of individual and group counseling primarily for students, providing consultation to the SBU community, providing on-call, after-hours response to students for psychological crises making decisions regarding referrals of clients to outside agencies, and serving on our CARE Team.

Successful candidates will have a minimum of a Master’s degree in psychology, clinical or counseling psychology, guidance and counseling, marriage and family counseling or appropriate related degree. Additionally, applicants will be licensed or license-eligible as a psychologist, counselor, or clinical social worker in the state of Missouri.

For a full description and to apply, please visit here.

Direct job specific questions to:
Dr. Bill DuVall, Chair of Coordinator of Counseling Search Committee
Associate Professor of Psychology
Southwest Baptist University
1600 University Ave.
Bolivar, MO 65613

E-mail: bduvall@sbuniv.edu

Office: 417-328-1726

Psychologist or Counselor for Private Practice, Florence, SC

LifeCare Psychology Group, LLC is the oldest private mental health practice in S.C. We are seeking a psychologist or clinical counselor who will be a good fit for our group. The practice is operated from a team perspective and we are one of the few psychology groups in the nation to be bestowed the APA’s Psychological Healthy Workplace award. All clinicians and staff consult with one another, so you will be joining a family.

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Contract Faculty Position
Division of Counseling
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

Responsibilities: Teaching, student mentoring, and/or clinical supervision for the Counseling program of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. The position requirements may be filled virtually.

Requirements: Successful candidates will hold a  CACREP-accredited doctoral degree; LPC or equivalent is required for the position; Candidates must be professing Christians who are active members of a Southern Baptist Church supporting the Baptist Faith and Message 2000; Minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Direct questions to Dr. Norris Grubbs, Provost at ngrubbs@nobts.edu.

The Oblong Children’s Christian Home, located in a rural setting in south eastern IL is seeking a strong Christian Executive Director with a heart for neglected, troubled, delinquent and at-risk children and their families as well as a heart for the staff that serve them. The Oblong Children’s Christian Home provides stable Christian family homes on a campus setting. Houseparents provide unconditional love and guidance. The youth also participate in counseling and a therapeutic horsemanship program. High School youth initially attend an on-campus computer based school but can progress to the public school. The youth and staff attend one of several local Christian Churches or Churches of Christ in the community.

The goal for most children is for them to return home when both the children and the parents are prepared for successful reunification.  If return home is not possible, the home assists the youths until they are prepared for independent living.  The ultimate goal is to prepare the young person for a life of Christian living and for eternity.

The Executive Director provides vision for the ministry under the guidance of the Board of Directors and servant leadership to a full time staff of 14 full time houseparents, teacher, public relations person and financial manager. The home has excellent facilities and enjoys a sound financial base of church and individual support without accepting State and Federal money.

Application Procedure:  Send Resume and references to: executivesearch@oblongchristianhome.org

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Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology Program

Program Director
Administrative Faculty

Simpson University is accepting applications and nominations for the position of Program Director for the Master of Arts program in Counseling Psychology. Simpson seeks an enthusiastic and energetic individual with an abiding faith in Jesus Christ and a strong commitment to teaching excellence, scholarship, university and community service and program development. The director is responsible for providing visionary leadership for the M.A. in Counseling Psychology program, guiding the continued development of this program including its structure, policies and procedures, interaction with the University, and assessment of effectiveness. This position also oversees day-to-day responsibilities for running the program with assistance from the Clinical Training Director.

This is a full-time, twelve-month administrative faculty position reporting directly to the Provost.

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The APA accredited PsyD program in Clinical Psychology at Regent University invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position for Fall 2021.

Responsibilities: Teaching, student mentoring, dissertations oversight, scholarly productivity, clinical supervision for the on-campus training clinic, and teaching in other psychology or mental health related programs.

Rank: Assistant Professor

Requirements: Doctorate in clinical psychology from an APA accredited program prior to position start, license eligible in Virginia and a commitment to the integration of science and practice informed by a Christian worldview. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.  Area of specialty is open, although training and experience in clinical health psychology, pediatric psychology, child and adolescent psychology or evidence-based practice will receive preference.  In line with the program’s commitment to multi-cultural factors and having a representative faculty, we particularly encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Application Procedure: For additional information or to apply on-line go to https://regent.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=10&id=729.

Direct questions to Dr. Fernando Garzon, Assistant Dean, School of Psychology and Counseling, at 757-352-4341 or fgarzon@regent.edu.

Master of Marriage and Family Therapy Program Director
Administrative Faculty

Toccoa Falls College is accepting applications for the position of Program Director for a new Master of Arts program in Marriage and Family Therapy. The program is anticipated to launch in August 2021, contingent on SACSCOC approval. The Director will have a key role in the development of this program, ensuring that it is of the highest quality academically while providing students with a strong biblical worldview perspective from which to minister in a wide variety of counseling environments.

This is a full-time, twelve-month administrative faculty position reporting directly to the Director of the Division of Graduate Studies.

Please see full description HERE.