Consecutive-term Assistant/Associate Professor
The University of Oklahoma College of Allied Health Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, at the Schusterman Campus in Tulsa, Oklahoma invites applications from occupational therapists with an earned post-professional doctorate to apply for a 12 month, full-time, consecutive-term, faculty appointment in our innovative, Occupational Therapy program.
The OU Occupational Therapy program has a 47-year history of attracting students from around the country through excellence in education and research. Our program at OU-Tulsa enjoys the richness of collaboration with multiple disciplines across two campuses, the OU Tulsa Schusterman Center and the OU Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. Specifically, the Tulsa campus has collaborative opportunities with Community Medicine, Social Work, and Education. Unique to occupational therapy education, the OU Occupational Therapy program shares an interprofessional curriculum with physical therapy, an innovation not duplicated in any other OT program in the United States. Tulsa is a beautiful, metropolitan city ranked as a Best Place to Live with world class parks, recreation, and the arts.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE:
* Occupational Therapist with an earned entry level OTD or post-professional doctoral degree or an Occupational Therapist with a master’s with a plan for completion of a doctoral degree within the next three years
* Candidate must be licensed in Oklahoma or meet all eligibility requirements for Oklahoma Licensure
* Contemporary knowledge in OT Framework, occupational therapy theory, and practice models
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE:
* Post Professional degree completed (PhD, EdD, DSc, DRPH, OTD)
* Accepted into an accredited doctoral program
* Teaching experience in an academic setting.
* Three to five years of recent professional practice experience
* Contemporary knowledge and experience with neurorehabilitation is priority
* Contemporary knowledge with orthopedics and/or general medicine
* Record of involvement with professional associations
* Evidence of scholarly contributions to the profession (i.e. presentations and/or publications at local, state or national level)
* Strong skills in Microsoft Office Suite programs and openness to new technology
* Demonstrates effective communication skills through engagement and reflection
* Evidence of innovative solutions in practice or community
Supports the development of the occupational therapy program through teaching, service, and scholarship activities.
SEND LETTER OF INTEREST AND CURRICULUM VITA:
Jessica Tsotsoros, PhD, OTR/L
Assistant Professor, Chair of Search Committee
Jessicafirstname.lastname@example.org * (918) 660-3282