ASHS - Assistant / Associate Professor Occupational Therapy
The OTD program’s objective is to prepare graduate entry-level therapists who are prepared for current practice as well as for the occupational possibilities for the profession in a variety of systems within and outside of traditional healthcare.
Responsibilities: The faculty member is responsible for collaboratively developing, implementing, updating, coordinating and evaluating assigned instructional components of the entry-level MS and OTD curricula. The faculty member is also responsible for advising and mentoring students for research and doctoral experiential component (DEC) projects; developing their own scholarship agenda; facilitating experiential/community based components of the MSOT and OTD curriculum with university partners; participating in departmental and institutional committee and other service activities that support the mission of the institution.
- A doctoral degree is required. Candidate holding an academic doctoral degree is preferred; clinical doctorates with extensive clinical expertise preferred
- Licensed/eligible for Arizona OT licensure.
- Minimum of 7 years of experience in occupational therapists’ education.
- Previous experience as a full-time faculty with teaching responsibilities at the post-baccalaureate level, strongly desired.
- Desired content expertise: Early Intervention/Pediatrics; Research Methodology; Mental health and Psychosocial practice; Administration & Leadership.
Interested persons should submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae. Electronic submission of all materials should be directed to email@example.com.
Please contact Dr. Jyothi Gupta, Chair of the OTD-E Program, with any inquiries about the position at firstname.lastname@example.org
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