OT Assistant or Associate Professor
The desired applicants will have strong teaching and clinical background working with adults with mental or physical health challenges and will have experience suitable for teaching coursework related to mental health/neuro/orthopedic or aging populations, occupational therapy management, evidence-based practice and research. Additionally, the applicant may be required to supervise MSOT thesis projects. The diversity of our faculty’s expertise allows for flexibility in negotiating teaching content. Entrepreneurial possibilities exist to develop a scholarly writing or research agenda, graduate courses in areas of expertise, or advanced practice endeavors. The position requires the applicant to primarily teach courses within the Norcross Weekend and Norcross Day programs (Wednesday – Saturday). Course instruction requires the use of online learning platforms (Canvas), virtual meeting and other technologies. Additionally, all faculty are required to be available to teach in both the Norcross and Gainesville MSOT programs, on an as needed basis, to meet curriculum demands.
Environmental and Working Conditions:
Normal environment found in an office and/or educational setting. Some exposure to outdoors and varying weather conditions may be required.
Physical Demands and Aptitudes:
Some lifting and or carrying objects may be required. This position requires repetitive usage of arms, legs, eyes to include sitting to a significant degree.
20 hours per week – Monday through Saturday to meet class schedules for the MSOT program at the Norcross and Gainesville campuses. Hours may be extended to meet the needs of the department.
This position requires that the employee hold and continue to maintain a clean criminal history background.