Faculty - Occupational Therapy - 14HS-OT03
Texas Woman's University
Faculty Positions School of Occupational Therapy
Tenure Track Faculty Position - 14HS-OT03
Texas Woman's University School of Occupational Therapy is expanding through a post-professional OTD to complement its entry-level Master of
Occupational therapy and PhD in Occupational Therapy. We are seeking a research motivated individual for a tenure track 9 month position at
the assistant or associate rank depending on credentials. Responsibilities include research production, direction of masters and/ or
doctoral work, didactic and/or clinical teaching, and participation in service. Applicant must hold a Applicant must hold a PhD or
equivalent degree (i.e. Sc.D, EdD) in occupational therapy or a related field.
Applications should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, unofficial transcript(s), and the names and contact information for four references, Application materials must be submitted online to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line should contact the job title and job code. The position is open until filled.
Texas Woman's University in Dallas is located in the heart of the medical district and non-profit sectors at the T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences. The Dallas facility hosts an inter-professional community of nursing, physical therapy, communication sciences, health systems management, and the TWU Stroke Center. Our NIH grant supported office of research facilitates collaboration with regional medical, school, and community partners. The School of Occupational Therapy spans three locations with faculty in Denton, Dallas and Houston creating natural regional collaborations.
For further information visit www.twu.edu/OT or contact Dr. Patricia Bowyer, Chair of Faculty Search Committee at email@example.com.
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