Job Board

Director of Counselor Education Program 
Type: Full-Time
Date Available: Fall 2019 

The School of Education and Behavioral Studies is seeking a program director to provide transformational leadership to an established graduate Counselor Education program that has produced over 1200 graduates since its founding in 1995.  The program faculty and staff are looking for a collaborative leader who has experience in teaching, administration, and research in a university setting.  A distinctive of our program is the ethical integration of the Christian faith and the use of spiritually sensitive interventions in counseling.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate should be relationally oriented, have an earned Ph.D. from a CACREP-accredited program and be familiar with CACREP accreditation standards and processes.  The program director will be the chief academic and administrative officer for the program, including budgeting, curriculum development, personnel, and resource allocation while leading eleven full-time faculty situated on the West Palm Beach and Orlando campuses.  The program director position is a twelve-month administrative position with some teaching required; the successful candidate will hold the faculty rank of associate or full professor.  Achieving CACREP accreditation is a major goal of the program and University.  The program director will reside in West Palm Beach and report directly to the Dean of the School of Education and Behavioral Studies.  Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Dean of the Rosemead School of Psychology

Biola University invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the Rosemead School of Psychology. The Dean of the Rosemead School of Psychology is a visionary leader responsible for the overall leadership, administration, and operations of the school. The Dean reports directly to the Provost and has primary responsibility for the school’s academic programs, faculty and staff, student learning, specialized accreditation, strategic planning, and school initiatives, in support of the broader Biola University mission. In a continuing effort to enrich Biola’s academic environment, the school actively encourages applications from candidates who represent minority groups underrepresented in higher education (including, but not limited to ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities). Candidates should be able to demonstrate their ability to work effectively with diverse populations and integrate multicultural content and issues into their teaching and work.

Biola is classified as a Doctoral/Research University — a selective, private, highly residential, not-for-profit, four-year institution with high undergraduate enrollment, and a graduate profile classified as doctoral, professional dominant. Biola University offers more than 150 academic programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral level. With an outstanding faculty, the university has distinguished itself in scholarship and academic excellence.

Biola’s campus rests on the border of Orange and Los Angeles counties, just minutes from all that Southern California has to offer — including entertainment, cultural riches and a wealth of internship and career opportunities. As one of the largest and most diverse metropolitan areas in the world, Southern California is also brimming with ministry and career potential.

The ideal Dean candidate will be a talented leader comfortable with the demands of a rigorous academic leadership setting. S/He will care deeply about not only stewarding and enhancing academic excellence, but also student spiritual development, cultivating and nurturing the integration of faith and learning throughout the Rosemead School of Psychology. As a private Christian University, Biola seeks a dean with a compatible commitment and evidence of interest in relating psychological theory, research, and practice to the evangelical Christian faith.

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Executive Director

Imagine a job that combines executive leadership skills with the opportunity to live out mission and purpose in the context of a dynamic, talented team of professionals!

CentrePointe Counseling, a well-established Christian 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is seeking a part time Executive Director (approx. 25 hrs/wk with future potential for full-time).  Required skills include demonstrated knowledge of non-profit fiscal activities (including finances) and forward looking, collaborative leadership and experience in non-profit development or relevant business development.  Knowledge of clinical mental health is a plus.  Salary range is $55-60K annually. Master’s degree or above is required.

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Professor, Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Corban University invites applications for a full-time faculty position in Clinical Mental Health Counseling to teach courses beginning in the 2019-2020 academic year.

RESPONSIBILITIES:  Primary responsibility is teaching courses in the clinical mental health counseling program. The successful candidate will be able to teach clinical mental health counseling coursework; teaching schedule has flexibility over three semesters of an academic year. The successful candidate must teach the subject matter in a manner that is consistent with the university’s Statement of Faith. Other duties include academic advising, curriculum and program development, potentially providing support at two counseling clinics, and university and departmental committee work. Corban University faculty are expected to be active scholars, excellent teachers, active in service to the university and the community, and able to model the integration of faith and learning.


Education: PhD in Counselor Education OR related doctoral degrees and have been employed as a full-time faculty member in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2013; valid clinical license (LPC or LMFT) or licensable.

Experience: Experience as a licensed counselor in a variety of counseling agencies is required and higher education teaching experience is preferred. The candidate will be knowledgeable with a variety of state agencies and have experience as a clinical supervisor. Candidate will have strong leadership skills and a commitment to making community contacts. Candidate should have strong teaching and leadership skills and have a demonstrated record of active participation in professional organizations.

Character: The candidate must have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and evidence a mature Christian faith, be in agreement with the University’s statement of faith, be committed to the integration of biblical principles within the practice of counseling and be willing to invest him/herself in the development of graduate student-counselors. The counseling program places great value in collaboration and, therefore, desires candidates who have the same teamwork and collaborative values. Candidates should value an environment that reflects the diversity of God’s kingdom, engages in global concerns and connects culturally.

MISSION: To educate Christians who will make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ.

ABOUT CORBAN UNIVERSITY: Corban is a private Christian university with an 80-year history of educating students who will make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ. Situated on a beautiful 220-acre forested hillside overlooking Oregon’s capital, Corban is only an hour from Portland, the Cascade Mountains, and the Oregon coast. Academic excellence at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels, as well as online, prepares students for careers as business leaders, educators, medical professionals, politicians, ministry leaders, and more. Expert faculty, a tight-knit community, and opportunities for local and global engagement provide for students’ growth both in and beyond the classroom.


Sheltering Oaks Counseling, a group private practice in Wesley Chapel, Florida, seeks a full-time, licensed psychologist to join us as we offer veteran disability evaluations, psychological/educational testing, play therapy, and counseling services.

Responsibilities: This position will initially include veterans’ disability evaluations, personality assessments, and educational testing services, offered in close collaboration with psychometricians. It will also include providing therapy services one evening per week.

Requirements: Candidates must be licensed in Florida, willing to work 25+ hours per week, and available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with therapy hours on Wednesday evening.

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Director of new Student Counseling Center at Houston Baptist University
Responsibilities: The position will involve creating and overseeing a counseling center on campus for students, including hiring and supervising licensed staff and students-in-training, as well as doing counseling.
Requirements: Candidates must be licensed, and have requisite experience and strong theological grounding for their understanding and practice of therapy reflecting the Christian psychology orientation of the Gideon Institute of HBU: Christ centered, biblically rooted, and clinically informed. For more information, visit