We are seeking a doctorally-prepared occupational therapist to teach and provide administration and supervision for the onsite clinic in the Occupational Therapy Program.
Primary expertise desired in EITHER adult physical disability or pediatrics with an emphasis on rehabilitation. Preferred expertise is sought in two or more of the following: 1) occupational therapy theory and models of practice; 2) psychosocial approaches to occupational therapy practice; 3) cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation; 4) medical-surgical assessment and intervention; and 5) administration/management.
Ability to participate in teaching modules of any of the following would be valued: wheelchair seating and positioning; community mobility; multicultural competence; work and vocational rehabilitation; health systems and health policy. Standard teaching assignment is three courses per semester may include onsite clinic teaching.
Other duties include continuation of professional development, advising students, supervision of graduate research and program development projects, and participation in departmental and university governance.
PhD (or equivalent doctorate) or OTD, 5 or more years of clinical experience, supervisory experience, and a commitment to liberal arts education.
Candidates close to completion of a doctorate will be considered.
Candidates must have or qualify for a Washington State Occupational Therapist license.
Teaching and research experience desirable.
University of Puget Sound - 10 months ago