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Candidates will need to possess the following skills:
A demonstrated ability and willingness to function fully and cooperatively within an institution of Biblical Christian higher education
Enthusiastic support for the college and departmental philosophy of education and counseling
A demonstrated ability and desire to mentor and assist students beyond the classroom contexts both personally and spiritually.
The ability to function as a team member with the administration of the college
The ability and demonstrated desire to grow, develop, and mature as characterized by achievement in both personal and organization matters
The ability to implement fairly and firmly the policies and procedures of the college
Maintain absolute confidentiality in handling all matters within the college
Communication skills necessary for tasks
Analysis skills for analyzing academic trends and developments
Awareness of the various laws and ethical standards for academia and their relationship to the college
Effective knowledge and application of word processing and presentation platforms.
Experience with and practical knowledge of online course delivery platforms.
Personal Qualities – the ability to identify personal strengths, weaknesses, skills, and limitations and use this understanding profitably
The ability to creatively and maturely follow/lead in the academic community of LBC
The ability to function as a team member among the faculty, bringing a collaborative spirit in representing the programs in counseling
The ability to develop and mature – characterized by a hunger for both personal and institutional growth and achievement
The ability to be easily approached by students and colleagues, but firm and fair in the exercise of all policies and procedures
A demonstrated Biblical pattern of leadership characterized by appropriate respect for and use of authority
Candidates will be responsible for the following tasks:
Teach 24 credits of graduate courses per calendar year (e.g. 12 months) within the MA program.
Adhere to the mission and administration of the entire department to provide a continuity of team leadership
Actively support the program director toward gaining and maintaining CACREP accreditation for the program.
Attend and participate in all departmental and faculty meetings and assigned subcommittees.
Attend Chapel at least 50% of the time each semester
Be involved in events and planning toward attracting prospective students to the CSW Dept. programs
Advise graduate students
Conduct Admission interviews as needed
Partner with the graduate recruitment team as needed
Facilitate spiritual, emotional, and academic shepherding of students
Continue to develop professionally through personal study, research, and attendance professional meetings as your professional schedule allows.
Seek to publish on a regular basis (as your professional schedule allows). This could be in various forms including journal or magazine articles and books.
Other tasks as assigned for the enhancement of students and academic programming.
Interested and qualified candidates should submit the following: cover letter; resume; and spiritual testimony to email@example.com. Please put the position you’re are applying for in the subject line of the email.
A minimum of a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from a CACREP accredited institution (or current enrollment in such program).
10 years of experience in clinical practice.
At least 5 years of experience teaching at the graduate level, preferably on a full-time basis.
Actively Licensed in PA
An ability to teach a wide range of graduate professional counseling classes
A minimum of 10 years of licensed, direct clinical experience in the field of Mental Health or Marriage and Family counseling, with the ability to counsel others effectively, and a continued interest in engaging in clinically therapeutic relationships.
A positive reputation as a scholar and educator
A well-articulated philosophy of education
A demonstrated record of leadership
About Lancaster Bible College
Lancaster Bible College/Capital Seminary and Graduate School is a regionally accredited interdenominational school of higher education of over 2000 degree students. Its mission is to educate Christian students to think and live a biblical worldview and to proclaim Christ by serving Him in the Church and society.
Lancaster Bible College/Capital Seminary and Graduate School is committed to treating others equally without regard to race, color, national origin, gender (except where gender is a bona fide occupational qualification), age, disability, or veteran status.