Develop and teach professional level occupational therapy students using hybrid approach to learning
Contribute to curriculum development and evaluation
Academically advise students and provide student support as needed
Teach professional online and in-person development offerings
Contribute to the program’s scholarship of teaching and learning agenda
Undertake and carry out publishable research in occupational therapy
Serve the Program, University, region and nation in ways that align with Program, institution, and profession initiatives.
Member of Rehabilitation Science Graduate faculty within two years
Develop faculty practice to align with curriculum design
Salary and rank commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Doctoral degree or verified completion of doctoral degree from a USDE- recognized regional accrediting body by start date
Eligible for Occupational Therapist license in Minnesota
Documented research, clinical and/or teaching expertise in one or more of the following: occupational therapy practice with older adults, basic sciences, and neurorehabilitation across the lifespan
Evidence of scholarly activity including research-based publications and funded grants
Evidence of successful teaching of occupational therapy practitioners or students
Evidence of skill in online teaching and in-depth knowledge of the hybrid approach to teaching & learning
Scholarship relevant to the Program’s academic and research priorities (based on RSC research prioritties)
Evidence of strongly developed team skills
Internal Number: 332258
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