Faculty - Physical Therapy - 14HS-PT06
Professor: job code 14HS-PT06
TEXAS WOMAN'S UNIVERSITY
School of Physical Therapy
Texas Woman's University (TWU) invites applications and nominations for Anatomy Faculty of the School of Physical Therapy, at the Dallas Center. TWU is a publicly funded co-educational institution that is designated as a Doctoral/Research-Intensive University, by the Carnegie Foundation. The main TWU campus is in Denton, with two health science campuses, one in Dallas and one in Houston.
The School of Physical Therapy: The School is a nationally ranked, accredited program. TWU has been awarding degrees in physical therapy for forty years. Currently, TWU School of Physical Therapy is offering the entry level DPT and Transitional DPT. In addition, the school offers a PhD in Physical Therapy, one of only 5 in the country.
The DPT program on the Dallas campus is seeking a strong faculty candidate with a background in gross anatomy and some experience in teaching professional students. A background or interest in biomechanics and motion analysis would be beneficial or is preferred.
- An earned post-professional doctorate; PhD, EdD, DSc, ScD
- Graduation from an accredited physical therapist program
- Eligible for physical therapist licensure in the State of Texas
- Excellent mentoring skill with graduate students
- Excellent communication and collaboration skills
Application: TWU seeks a diverse pool of applicants. Nominations, inquiries, and applications should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chad Swank, PT, PhD, NCS
Chair, Search Committee
Texas Woman's University
Applications should include a letter of interest, a curriculum vita, and the names and contact numbers of four references. Unofficial transcripts of all academic work will be expected before your application can be fully reviewed. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Questions may be directed to Dr. Chad Swank at email@example.com.
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