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Missio Seminary has an immediate opening for an Assistant Professor and Fieldwork Coordinator in our Graduate School of Counseling.
This position requires a completed PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision. Responsibilities include teaching master’s level counseling courses, integrating theology in teaching, providing leadership for fieldwork, supervising practicum and internship students, and advising students. The Assistant Professor/Fieldwork Coordinator must support and adhere to Missio Seminary’s Conviction Statement. This is a resident faculty position.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, and three reference letters.
A maturing Christian committed and able to articulate the missional vision of Missio Seminary to the seminary’s varied constituents, and to help Missio Seminary achieve its mission and vision
Doctorate in counselor education and supervision from a CACREP-accredited program (or doctorate in a related field and full-time faculty member for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2013
Professional counselor licensure required, practicing one day per week
Ability to teach counseling courses and integrate theology
Ability to coordinate and provide leadership for students’ fieldwork experiences
Excellent administrative and organizational skills, including the ability to manage and prioritize projects independently and as a team member
Three or more years of experience providing clinical supervision
Excellent written and oral communication skills and interpersonal skills
Team-oriented, dedicated, and committed to the development of the GSOC
Active membership in state, regional, and/or national counseling associations
Three or more years of experience working with students and clients from historically marginalized populations
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include:
Long term disability
About Missio Seminary
The missional motivation for Missio is summarized by our phrase “following Jesus into the world.” We believe that God is at work building his church around the world from rural country towns, to bustling urban cities, to poverty-stricken nations, and everywhere in between. When you study at Missio Seminary you are more than just a student, your story becomes our story – and together we join God’s great story of redeeming the world to himself in Christ.