THIS IS A JOB ANNOUNCEMENT ONLY. INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO APPLY
ARE AT THE END OF THIS ANNOUNCEMENT.
THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER
University of Oklahoma-Tulsa Schusterman Center
COLLEGE OF ALLIED HEALTH
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
Physical Therapy Program
Faculty Position in Established and Growing Program
TWELVE MONTH, NON-TENURE TRACK, CONSECUTIVE, 1.0 FTE APPOINTMENT
(.15 FTE Clinical Education)
- Teach in PT and OT professional curricula
- Student advisement and mentoring.
- Supervision of students in the campus interprofessional
education and community engagement programs.
- Support and promote a collaborative and positive learning
environment for students.
- Work closely with the Physical Therapy Program Director and
course coordinators to ensure course content is delivered in a
manner that is aligned with curriculum design.
- Deliver innovative and evidence-based teaching strategies.
- Work with Program Director and course coordinators to measure
- Participate in University, College, Department, and Program
- Participate and supervise in clinical service activities that
support the mission of the institution.
- Participate in the development of innovative and
interprofessional outreach/community engagement programs.
- Active participation in APTA, APTA Oklahoma, or other
- Participate and maintain a consistent record of scholarly
activities related to physical therapy, interprofessionalism,
- Mentor students in scholarly and community projects as
- Work closely with the Director of Clinical Education in the
coordination of the clinical education program.
- Dedicated effort to foster and support current clinical
education sites, while creating innovative sites in line with the
- Engage in student support during clinical education
Our Department is committed to social justice, the elimination
health disparities, and an inclusive environment for all.
The University of Oklahoma is an Equal Opportunity and
Affirmative Action Employer.
Individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are
encouraged to apply.
- Physical Therapist with an earned post-professional doctoral
degree (PhD, EdD, DSc) or a Physical Therapist with a DPT who is
presently enrolled in a post-professional doctoral degree program
with completion by 2025. Consideration may be offered to an
applicant who has a DPT degree and already possess an ABPTS
specialization and will enroll in a post-professional doctoral
degree program within one (1) year of hire with completion by
- Candidate must be licensed in Oklahoma or meet all eligibility
requirements for immediate Oklahoma Licensure.
- Candidate must have at least three years of current clinical
experience. Preference will be for those with neurological
rehabilitation practice, followed by areas of geriatric or acute
- Candidate must have at least two years' experience as a
- The successful candidate will collaborate with faculty and
clinicians from other OUHSC disciplines contributing to the
interprofessional education of physical and occupational therapy
- Teaching experience in an academic or clinical setting.
- Experience with distance technology and learning management
- Contemporary knowledge and experience with neurorehabilitation,
geriatrics, or acute care.
- Record of involvement with professional associations.
- Evidence of scholarly contributions to the profession (i.e.
presentations and/or publications at local, state or national
- Openness to new technology.
- Demonstrates effective communication skills through engagement
- Evidence of innovative solutions in practice and/or community
Supports the growth of the physical therapy program through
teaching, service, scholarship, and community engagement
APPLY ONLY AS DIRECTED HERE:
SEND LETTER OF INTEREST AND CURRICULUM VITA TO:
Lynn Jeffries, PT, DPT, PhD Associate Professor, Chair of the
Lynnemail@example.com, 405-271-2131 ext: 47131