Assistant/Associate Professor of Clinical Counseling

  • Full-time faculty position
  • Beginning Fall Term 2015
  • Ph.D. or equivalent in counseling is desired

Moravian Theological Seminary (MTS), located within easy distance of NYC and Philadelphia, is accepting applications for full-time faculty appointment in Clinical Counseling to begin Fall 2015. Ideal candidates possess a PhD or equivalent in counseling; significant theological/spiritual education or training; demonstrate integration of clinical experience, scholarship, and theological/spiritual disciplines; and have teaching experience in counseling disciplines, counseling experience with LPC licensure or equivalent, and proven collaborative skills.  Graduation from CACREP-approved or CACREP equivalent doctoral program preferred.

The position entails teaching and possible supervisory responsibilities in the Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling program, preparing students for LPC licensure by developing students’ ability to integrate counseling skills, critical thinking, and internship experience with theological/spiritual reflection.  MTS offers an inclusive community educating Christian (15 denominations), Muslim, Buddhist, Jewish, and other multi-faith and non-sectarian students in MACC, MDiv, MATS, and Certificate programs.  MACC graduates’ work settings include drug and alcohol treatment centers, counseling agencies, youth residential facilities, and private practice.

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TO APPLY: Applications should include: letter of interest indicating one’s approach to teaching in a seminary and to counseling; C.V.; three reference letters; official doctoral transcript; and documentation of theological/spiritual education or training.  Please send materials as one PDF document to Dr. Frank Crouch at with ‘MACC Faculty Position’ as the subject line. 

Application review begins September 15 and continues until position is filled.

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Located in historic Bethlehem, PA, Moravian College is conveniently situated between New York City and Philadelphia and provides access to a rich array of academic and cultural opportunities.  Recognized as the sixth oldest college in the United States, it has a mostly residential undergraduate student population of approximately 1,550, plus expanding part-time masters programs.

Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary value diversity and encourage individuals from under-represented populations to apply. EOE