Faculty – Graduate Counseling


The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences is accepting applications for a full time faculty position to teach counseling. The University seeks to fill the position by Spring 2024. The candidate(s) for this position should be prepared to teach graduate courses
Counseling theory.
Models of counseling for counselors-in-training.
Marriage and family counseling.
Research Methods.
Trauma based counseling

Other responsibilities include: supervision of counseling interns, student advising, and university committee participation. Candidates should be prepared to teach a minimum of 24 credits per academic year.

Preferred candidates will possess a doctoral degree from an accredited program in counseling or counselor education. At minimum, candidates must have an earned master’s degree and significant progress toward earning a doctoral degree; three years of university-level teaching experience; and counselor licensure including demonstrated active involvement as a professional counselor.

Cairn is a conservative evangelical institution within the protestant tradition that employs faculty and staff who profess Jesus Christ as personal Savior; agree to Cairn’s Statement of Faith and Community Life Covenant; and serve students in a ministerial capacity through imparting and upholding biblical instruction, prayer, and mentoring. Members of the faculty are required to integrate biblical instruction in their respective professional subject areas. Applicants must provide a Personal Testimony of salvation as part of the application process. To apply, please complete the online Employment Application. You may upload and submit your resume/CV and cover letter and unofficial transcripts with the application.

Please apply online at https://cairn.edu/hr/jobs/. A resume/CV and cover letter may be uploaded with the application.


Nancy Rivera
email: nrivera@cairn.edu
phone: 215-702-4211