For Abilene Based Positions, send the "Faculty Employment Application" with a written document including:
Also, include curriculum vitae; transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work; and names, addresses and phone numbers of three references to the respective contact person.
All positions are subject to funding. Searches begin immediately and continue until the position is filled or closed.
NOTE: for opportunities in the Dallas area, search available Dallas Based Positions.
Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry
The Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry invites applications and nominations in writing for a junior-level, tenure-track faculty position, beginning in Fall 2017. The candidate must be able to relate to a multi-ethnic student body whose experience with Christianity ranges from very high to none. The candidate will be expected to teach General Education survey courses in New Testament and/or Old Testament and other courses assigned by the chair; mentor student research; and accept departmental, college and university committee assignments. The area of specialization is open, but the department is especially interested in candidates with expertise in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, Theology/Philosophy, or World Religions including Islam. The candidate should possess a well-defined program of research as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications and presentations, demonstrate competence in the integration of theological and spiritual issues with the academic study of religion, hold an earned research doctorate (Ph.D. or Th.D.) in one of the major theological disciplines (A.B.D. may be considered); and exhibit excellence as a classroom teacher. Information about the department is available at acu.edu/dbmm. The committee will begin reviewing applications after February 15.
Department of Marriage and Family Therapy
The Department of Marriage and Family Studies invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track marriage and family therapy faculty position at the assistant or associate professor level, beginning Fall 2017.The MFT program at ACU has held continuous COAMFTE accreditation since1983. The candidate will be expected to teach courses relative to the family lifecycle, research, career counseling from a systemic perspective, and other MFT courses; supervise graduate interns; mentor student research; and accept committee assignments. The candidate should possess a well-defined program of research as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications and presentations; demonstrate competence in the integration of theological and spiritual issues with therapy; exhibit competence as a classroom teacher; demonstrate eligibility for licensure as an LMFT in the State of Texas; hold Clinical Membership and Approved Supervisor or Supervisor Candidate status with the AAMFT; and must hold the Ph.D. in marriage and family therapy or a closely related mental health discipline. Information about the department is available at acu.edu/mft.
Applications should be mailed to:
Dr. Ken Cukrowski, Dean
ACU Box 29400
Abilene, Texas 79699-9400