Applications are currently being accepted for the positions of
Christian Theological Seminary invites applications to serve as assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of Faculty. Support the work of the Dean’s Office. Coordinate activities with other departmental staff to ensure effective follow-through on all departmental activities.
Christian Theological Seminary invites applications and nominations for a faculty opening in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. The program is committed to the formation of students as self-reflective, social-justice oriented, multiculturally competent and spiritually integrated practitioners. Core faculty work collaboratively with colleagues in other CTS counseling and theological programs.
This position will be a full-time, 3-year term with possibility of renewal, with faculty rank at the Assistant level. The faculty workload consists of teaching the equivalent of 3/2 courses per year and may include counseling supervision/field experience courses. The successful candidate will likely assume the role of Program Director of the MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program after the first year and take the lead in the faculty’s collaborative preparation for the programs’ accreditation.
The Vice President for Advancement serves as the Chief Advancement Officer and is responsible for designing and implementing comprehensive institutional advancement programs toward the ultimate goal of significantly increasing overall institutional profile, constituent engagement, and fundraising outcomes. The advancement function includes responsibility for marketing, communication, and total development including the Annual Fund, alumni and wider community leader engagement, foundation relations, major gifts and planned giving, endowment, campaign initiatives, and prospect research.
The Vice President for Advancement reports to the President and serves on the senior Leadership Team of Christian Theological Seminary.
CTS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and follows a practice of promoting equal employment opportunity. We do not discriminate on the basis of a person’s race, religion, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, handicap, disabled or Vietnam era veteran status, genetic or family medical history or any other protected class regarding considerations such as recruiting, hiring, training, on-the-job treatment, and promotion.