Faculty Position in Marriage and Family Therapy
The faculty of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary is seeking a colleague to join a nationally recognized program in Marriage and Family Therapy. The seminary’s pastoral counseling curriculum is focused in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program, but includes working with students and colleagues in all of the seminary degree programs (MAMFT, MDiv, MAR, and DMin). Students achieve a high level of clinical skill in carefully supervised placements. A PhD in marriage and family therapy or equivalent, or a PhD in pastoral counseling with a strong focus in marriage and family therapy is a priority. Candidates should be prepared to teach marriage and family therapy from a spiritually and theologically integrated perspective. The candidate should be an AAMFT Approved Supervisor or Supervisor-eligible. Rank and tenure will be determined on the basis of experience. Louisville Seminary offers a very competitive salary and benefits package.
A theological school of the Presbyterian Church (USA) that is informed by the Reformed tradition, Louisville Seminary is committed to the ecumenical church and to being a multicultural and anti-racist community of theological scholarship and learning. We are seeking a colleague who shares this commitment and can help us imagine ways of teaching and living together in a world that is also diverse religiously. Louisville Seminary is committed to ever increasing diversity in terms of gender, race, ethnicity, gender identity, and denominational affiliation. We follow EEO guidelines and Affirmative Action procedures and particularly encourage candidates of color to apply. Send resumes and a list of at least five references to Seminary Dean Susan R. Garrett, Louisville Seminary, 1044 Alta Vista Road, Louisville, KY 40205. Review of applications will begin February 1 for a fall 2014 appointment.