Full-Time Faculty - Psychology

Application Start Date: Apr 6, 2017   Application Close Date: Feb 28, 2018

Briercrest College and Seminary invites applications for a full-time college faculty position in the area of Psychology which commences August 1, 2016 (pending final budgetary approval). 

The opportunity:

The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic teacher and researcher delivering university-level instruction in a Christian liberal arts environment.  Specialists from all subfields will be considered, but the ability to teach Biopsychology is highly desired. Candidates with clinical expertise or interest may be offered a joint appointment or supporting role within our Seminary program in Marriage and Family Counselling. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to help shape an emerging psychology curriculum in Briercrest's engaging intellectual and spiritual environment where the liberal arts, alongside biblical studies, stand at the core of all undergraduate degree programs.


 Candidates should possess a PhD (although exceptional ABDs may be considered) and demonstrate potential for excellence in teaching, research, and service to the church.

Who we are:

Briercrest College and Seminary is a private, confessional post-secondary institution in the evangelical Protestant tradition. Candidates must be committed to historic Christian orthodoxy and be sympathetic to the traditions of the college. All employees agree to sign a doctrinal statement and code of conduct. Information about the school can be found at the institutional web site, http://www.briercrest.ca.

Contact information:

Applicants should submit a cover letter, writing sample, statement of educational philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness, sample of syllabus and exams (if available), transcripts and curriculum vitae electronically to our Human Resources Department, hr@briercrest.ca.

Application deadline:

When a suitable candidate has been found.

Briercrest College and Seminary hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principle of equity in employment.