Full-time Biblical Counseling Faculty

FBBC&TS is seeking to employ a qualified individual for a full-time faculty position to teach in the Faith Baptist Bible College beginning in the Fall semester of 2020. This posting will remain open until filled.

Application process

  1. Carefully read the FBBC&TS’s foundational documents.
  2. Complete and submit your application to Dr. Ken Rathbun at rathbunk@faith.edu.
  3. Email your resume and/or curriculum vitae to Dr. Ken Rathbun at rathbunk@faith.edu.
  4. Submit your own philosophy of Biblical Counseling and those who have influenced your understanding in 2-3 pages (single-spaced) to Dr. Ken Rathbun at rathbunk@faith.edu.
  5. State your evaluation of Dispensationalism and how it relates to Biblical Counseling in 1-2 pages (single-spaced) and submit it to Dr. Ken Rathbun at rathbunk@faith.edu.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Teach assigned classes in accordance with our policies in the Faculty Handbook
  • Serve on academic committees
  • Disciple students as opportunity arises
  • Recruit students to the College and Seminary
  • Teaching other classes based on the applicant’s expertise and qualifications


Convictions and Character/Religious Qualifications

FBBC&TS seeks to maintain its theological and ecclesiastical identity as a fundamental Baptist institution of higher education. Therefore, we seek only to employ faculty whose beliefs, lifestyle, and convictions align with FBBC&TS’s religious positions. As such, all applicants must meet the following expectations:

  • Applicants must agree without mental reservation with FBBC&TS’s foundational documents.
  • Applicants must be fundamental Baptists in their beliefs and practice.
  • Applicants must adhere to biblical standards of morality and living.
  • Applicants and/or their spouses must not be or ever have been divorced.

Academic Qualifications

  • Applicants should possess at least an accredited Master’s degree.
  • Applicants should have skill and experience teaching college level classes.
  • Applicants should have a strong foundation in Bible and Theology and be in agreement with FBBC&TS.
  • Applicants should demonstrate good collegiality toward coworkers.