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Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling

The School of Counseling at Richmont Graduate University is seeking two dynamic, education-oriented individuals for the role of full-time Assistant/Associate Professor in the university’s growing Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program on the Chattanooga, TN campus. 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. Candidates with experience and education in the integration of clinical mental health counseling and Christian faith are encouraged to apply.

As a member of the School of Counseling Faculty, the Assistant/Associate Professor will teach graduate courses and will supervise master’s level students. In the role of Assistant/Associate Professor, the candidate will serve as an 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: and
  2. Send a letter of interest and a current resume to: or by mail, to: Dr. Cara Cochran, Dean of the School of Counseling, Richmont Graduate University, 1815 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga, TN 37404.

Richmont is committed to the intentional creation of an environment of belonging that celebrates the uniqueness and diversity of our students, faculty, and staff, with the goal of advancing God’s healing, restoration, and transformation in the lives of individuals, families, churches, and communities.

Western Theological Seminary (WTS) invites applications for a Professor of Counseling in its Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. WTS, located in Holland, Michigan, is an evangelical and ecumenical community of faith and learning in the Reformed tradition that serves the church of Jesus Christ.

The Professor of Counseling is a full-time, tenure-track faculty position, with the faculty member expected to be active in teaching, scholarly research, institutional service, and service to the church. Professorial rank will be assigned at a level commensurate with professional experience.

A complete position description and application information is available HERE on the seminary’s website.

The appointment will begin on July 1, 2024. For best consideration, please apply by November 27, 2023.

The Department of Psychology of North Greenville University is receiving applications for a full-time faculty position starting August 2024. We are looking for candidates with experience or a specialty in teaching some combination of Introductory Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Personality Theory, Positive Psychology, I/O Psychology, Psychology of Learning, or Research Methods and Statistics. We particularly invite candidates who will enhance the racial, ethnic, or cultural diversity of our campus. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

The Department of Psychology offers over 70 students a robust B.S. in Psychology that has a track record of preparing students exceptionally well for many different fields of graduate study. The department is strongly committed to integrating the Christian faith into the study of psychology and seeks ways to support faculty and student research. The department prides itself on strong, positive interpersonal relations between faculty in a welcoming and supportive work environment.

See full description HERE.

Assistant Professor of Counseling- Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program – Wheaton College (IL)

The School of Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy at Wheaton College (IL) seeks a dynamic teacher, engaged scholar and skilled supervisor to join our CACREP-accredited Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program as a tenure track faculty member. Position responsibilities begin July 1, 2024, and include teaching, scholarship, advising, and clinical supervision. We seek candidates with demonstrated strengths in the integration of Christian faith with counseling theory and practice. Qualified candidates will possess a doctoral degree in Counselor Education from a CACREP accredited program and be licensed or license eligible in Illinois. Wheaton College is committed to cultivating a diverse community of students, faculty and staff. We encourage applications from underrepresented groups in higher education to foster a more inclusive classroom and work environment.

Please submit a letter of interest along with a curriculum vitae here. Application materials will be sent to promising applicants. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Wheaton College is an evangelical Protestant Christian liberal arts college whose faculty and staff affirm a Statement of Faith and adhere to lifestyle expectations of the Wheaton College Community Covenant. Wheaton is an equal opportunity employer committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse and talented workforce and student body.  We encourage the expression of multiple perspectives within a Christian worldview, inside and outside the classroom.  For more information about Wheaton College visit

Assistant or Associate Professor of Psychology, Biola University

The Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University is conducting a search for an Assistant or Associate Professor of Social, Industrial-Organizational (IO), Physiological, or Sports Psychology to begin in August 2024. Candidates will hold a PhD in Psychology. Priority will be given to candidates with research, teaching, and/or professional experience in Social Psychology, IO Psychology, Physiological Psychology, and/or Sports Psychology. While this individual will teach in our undergraduate psychology program, they will also mentor doctoral student research. Rosemead includes APA accredited Clinical Psychology graduate programs, both PhD and PsyD. Strong candidates will evidence research and/or professional strengths, engaging teaching, and a desire to mentor students. Ideally, candidates will have relevant experience and enthusiasm for integrative teaching of psychology and theology. Applicants who bring diverse racial/ethnic perspectives and lived experience to their teaching and scholarship are especially encouraged to apply. We are prioritizing candidates who can serve religiously committed and BIPOC students well.

See full description here.

NOW HIRING: Master level and doctoral level clinicians. Licensed in PA or soon to be licensed in PA. W-2 commission based compensation plan.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: Benefits: Health, Vision, Dental Insurance; Simple IRA + Employer Match, Continuing Education Allowance, Professional Liability Insurance; Paid Licensure Reimbursement. Also Included: Administrative Staff Support, Client Services & Registration, Company-Provided Office Equipment, Personal Office, Credentialing, Flexible Scheduling, In-Person & Telehealth Options, Choose Your Clients, Supervision & Consultation Provided.

COME JOIN OUR TEAM. Offices in Lancaster, Lemoyne, Lititz and York, PA. Send resume to

See flyer here.

Concordia University Irvine seeks a Dean to lead the Townsend Institute. The Townsend Institute (TI) provides counselors, executive coaches, and organizational leaders with world-class, life-changing educational experiences that are biblically-informed, research-supported, and rooted in the Townsend growth model. The Dean of TI represents the school within the University, the community, and external partnerships. The Dean of the TI is responsible for leading the academic programs, managing fiscal resources, and recruiting, developing, and retaining faculty and staff who support and advance the school’s mission and the University’s strategic plan and mission.

If you are interested in this position, please apply at

The Christian Counseling Center is an integral part of the ministry and mission of the First Presbyterian Church of Columbia, SC. We are seeking an Executive Director to lead and direct our staff of nearly 20 licensed counselors to provide Biblically based clinical counseling and preventative services in order to build vibrant lives and strong families.  Applicants must have strong professional skills to include reporting to and interacting with the board of directors, the staff, as well as the church and surrounding community.

The ideal candidate will have a master’s degree in the mental health field (a doctorate is preferred but not required), be willing to become an active member of First Presbyterian Church, have a sound knowledge of and agreement with the reformed theology and be able to integrate this knowledge into his/her counseling ministry, have five years of counseling experience, three years of management experience, possess gifts of leadership, counseling, and teaching, and be a licensed clinical supervisor or eligible to pursue such a license in the state of SC.

See full description here. 

If interested, please email your current resume, cover letter, and copy of counseling license to