ASHS – Associate/Professor Occupational Therapy

first_imgA.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences(ATSU-ASHS), Department of Occupational Therapy invitesapplications for a mid-career faculty position at the associateprofessor or professor ranks for the accredited residential MSOTand OTD programs. The position will require relocation to thegreater Phoenix area as programs are fully residential.Responsibilities :Teach, design, and/or manage assigned components of the entry-levelMS and OTD curriculum. Advise and mentor students for research andcapstone projects. Facilitate development ofexperiential/community-based components of the entry-levelresidential OT curriculum with university partners. Teach in areasof content expertise, and develop an active scholarship /researchagenda to provide research opportunities for students. Participatein departmental, institutional and/or other professional serviceactivities that support the mission of the institution. Serve oncommittees as assigned.Qualifications/Requirements:Academic doctoral degree required or in progress from anaccredited institution (PhD preferred).Established record of scholarship and student advising.Licensed/eligible for Arizona OT licensure.Knowledge/experience in OT education, scholarship, andresearch.Minimum of 5 years experience in occupational therapy that mustinclude at least 2 years’ experience in an academic setting.Teaching experience in any of the following areas: behavioralhealth; pediatrics; research methods, evidence-based practice;neuroscience and/or pathophysiology; and/or administration andmanagement.Clinical experience in settings with pediatrics and/ or mentalhealth practice.Prior teaching experience required.Previous experience as a full-time faculty with teachingresponsibilities at the post-baccalaureate level, stronglydesired. Interested persons should apply online and submit a letter ofinterest and curriculum vitae.Please contact Jyothi Gupta, PhD, chair and program director, [email protected] for additional information.last_img

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