Prescott College Careers

Application Instructions

Applications are accepted for posted positions only. A separate application is required for each position.

A current resume and letter of interest are required along with a current application.

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Job Application

Clinical Faculty, Graduate Program in Counseling

Summary of Position

The Counselor Education department is seeking one or more full-time Clinical Faculty members to serve in its CACREP accredited Master of Science in Counseling Program. The limited-residency delivery model blends a core curriculum that combines online, in-person, and community-based learning. The program integrates theoretical study, field work, on-campus residencies, practica and internships, and community engagement to prepare diverse learners for professional licensure. Faculty govern the curricula, teach courses, advise students, support student learning, engage in scholarship and professional development within the field.

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Dean of Student Affairs

Summary of Position

Prescott College has launched a National search for a Dean of Student Affairs. The dean of student affairs is the senior student affairs officer of the college and provides executive leadership and vision for the division of student affairs. The Division of Student Affairs facilitates experiences and environments in which students can achieve their maximum potential through student engagement opportunities and student support services. This position is responsible for the ongoing monitoring and development of the student experience and serves as the lead professional in matters concerning students.

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Dean of Academic Affairs

Summary of Position

The dean of academic affairs (dean) serves as the college’s chief academic officer. The dean works collaboratively with all constituencies to advance Prescott’s educational mission and provide vision, leadership, and overall management and direction to its academic offerings in alignment with the college’s strategic plan. The dean oversees the development of the academic program and the assessment of teaching and learning; carries responsibility for recruiting, orienting, developing, and evaluating faculty; reviews and recommends action to the president on faculty appointment, reappointment (the college has no tenure system), promotion, and sabbatical leaves; develops the academic budget and allocates resources; leads efforts related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging; and partners with colleagues to ensure the delivery of an intellectually stimulating and student-centered learning experience that is engaging, integrated, relevant, and purposeful.

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