Job Location: Mount St. Joseph University - Cincinnati, OH
Position Type: Part Time
Purpose: Supports the mission of the university and the program by providing quality education and mentorship to DPT students.
Collaboratively (either with course coordinator or Dept Chair) develops a course of instruction for students that provides the relevant content and learning outcomes as a part of the larger DPT curriculum.
Collaborates with PT faculty to evaluate students based on course outcomes, including but not limited to grading competencies, practicals, documentation, and other written assignments
Facilitates integration of theory and research in clinical practice
Makes assignments relevant to course outcomes and students learning needs
Sets up and cleans-up all lab activities
Works with administrative assistants and student workers to keep labs clean and organized.
Inspects equipment prior to use and reports any problems with equipment to lab skills coordinator and/or course instructor immediately
Assists with off-campus activities as needed
Communicates with core faculty to facilitate curricular integration and to inform advisors of student issues in their course
Attends faculty meetings as possible
This is a pooled position that will remain open. You will be contacted if specific opportunities are available.Contact hours vary according to course needs. Qualifications
DPT OR MS + BSPT required
Ph.D., EdD, or other advanced doctoral degree preferred
Clinical specialization preferred
Current Ohio physical therapy license without restrictions
Minimum of 2 years of clinical experience in area of course
Membership in professional organizations preferred
Demonstrates strong interpersonal and organizational skills, a sense of humor, flexibility, and creativity.
Commitment to collaborating with colleagues in other health science disciplines
Demonstrates knowledge and expertise in the course topic.
Serves as a professional role model for colleagues, students, and the professional community
Exceptional verbal and written communication skills with strengths in public speaking (classroom/lab environment)
Thinks creatively and critically
Adapts willingly and quickly to changing priorities, responsibilities, and functions within the department and/or position.
Maintains a high level of accuracy, consistently reviewing work to detect errors, oversights, or omissions.
Takes immediate and independent action when necessary assuming initiative for creative problem-solving.
Accomplishes tasks with follow-through to completion.
Is punctual and thorough in completing assigned tasks, including being presented and prepared for class and/or lab.
Seeks clarification or information before making decisions that affect University and Program operations
Please upload a cover letter stating your interests and your ability to teach day and/or night courses, your resume or curriculum vitae, and at least three professional references.
Transcripts will be required when new hire forms are completed, and successful completion of a background check will be required prior to the date of hire.