Denver Seminary (Littleton, CO) seeks faculty candidates to teach in the Counseling Division with positions beginning July 2021.
Denver Seminary is a private, evangelical seminary whose growing Counseling Division is composed of ten full-time faculty serving four MA programs (Clinical Mental Health Counseling/CACREP accredited, School Counseling/pending CACREP review, Counseling Ministries, Chaplaincy) and a PhD program in Counselor Education and Supervision. Nestled between the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and the bustling city of Denver, residential positions are currently available within the Clinical Mental Health, School Counseling, and Counselor Education programs. This collaborative team seeks to add qualified faculty who share the Division’s passion, experience, and expertise in the teaching and practice of integrating excellent clinical skill with faith, and theology. Completed PhD in Counselor Education required.
Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling (2 positions available)
Non-tenure track, eligible for rank advancement
24 credit hours teaching MA level courses
Associate/Full Professor of Counseling and PhD Program Chair
18 credit hours teaching both PhD and MA level courses
Please visit denverseminary.edu for more information. A complete job description can be found in the Employment section of the Denver Seminary website.
APPLICATION PROCESS: The candidate must fully support Denver Seminary’s Statement of Faith, Mission, Vision, Core Commitments and Community Values and Behavioral Commitments. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to [email protected] by October 31, 2020.
Please do NOT send transcripts, letters of recommendation, or credential files. Full applications will be requested of promising candidates.
About Denver Seminary
Denver Seminary prepares men and women to engage the needs of the world with the redemptive power of the gospel and the life-changing truth of Scripture.