The School of Occupational Therapy at Pacific University invites applications for an 11-month, full-time tenure track faculty position in our entry-level Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) program. The position is available beginning in the 2018/2019 academic year. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Responsibilities: (a) The faculty member is primarily responsible for teaching graduate-level courses in pediatric evaluation and intervention, (b) Additional responsibilities include scholarship activities, (c) student advisement, student capstone project supervision, curriculum development, (d) service at all levels of the University, and to the profession. Specific assignments are dependent upon program needs. Candidates must be committed to transformational student-centered education and community practice, as well as working supportively with faculty and staff in the School, College, and University.
1. Occupational therapist with NBCOT certification
2. Licensed/eligibility for Oregon occupational therapy licensure
3. Must hold a doctoral degree awarded by an institution that is accredited by a USDE-recognized regional accrediting body. The doctoral degree is not limited to a doctorate in occupational therapy.
4. Minimum of 3 years clinical experience (>5 preferred) as an occupational therapist
5. Demonstrated clinical and disciplinary expertise in content area of teaching
6. Excellent communication and problem-solving skills
7. Demonstrated leadership skills
8. Successful completion of federal background check
· Previous teaching, research, and service experience at the graduate level in the following content areas of expertise:
· Pediatric evaluation and intervention to promote participation in daily life with younger children and adolescents with a focus on child biopsychosocial development, family-centered approaches and practices,
· Basic principles of neuroscience, fundamentals of the development of the nervous system and the relationship to engagement in and performance of occupations,
· Application of Assistive technology across the life span
· Teaching concepts and application of quantitative evidence-based practices.
· Supervision and advising of graduate students
· Skilled in instructional technology
Application review and screening will commence immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
General Information: The School of Occupational Therapy at Pacific University offers education for entry into the profession. Pacific University is a comprehensive, independent university located 18 miles west of Portland, Oregon. The University is comprised of the Colleges of Health Professions, Optometry, Business, Education, and Arts and Sciences, serving approximately 2,000 graduate and 1,800 undergraduate students. The College of Health Professions consists of the Schools of Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Athletic Training, Physician Assistant Studies, Dental Hygiene Studies, Healthcare Administration and Leadership, Graduate Psychology, Pharmacy, and Audiology. Pacific University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Consideration will be given to candidate's contribution to the diversity of the faculty in the College's quest to promote equity.
Applications: To apply, submit via email a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and names, addresses and phone numbers of three references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact with questions about the position:
Gregory Wintz Ph.D. OTR/L
Program Director & Associate Professor
School of Occupational Therapy
College of Health Professions
190 SE 8th Ave., Suite 361
Hillsboro, OR 97123
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