Lecturer - Occupational Therapy #20201009FP
College of Health Science and Public Health
Department of Occupational Therapy
Lecturer - Occupational Therapy
Eastern Washington University (EWU) and the Department of Occupational Therapy invite applications from qualified occupational therapists to serve as a full-time Lecturer. Preferable start date will begin August 16, 2021. This would be for a standard 9-month core faculty appointment; the academic calendar typically runs from mid-August to mid-May. There may also be opportunities for supplemental summer teaching in anatomy and/or biomechanics. The department is housed in the College of Health Science based on the EWU Spokane campus. The college and department prepare students to help meet the growing market demand in the critical fields of health care and education. The College of Health Science is home to several nationally accredited undergraduate and graduate programs with an increased focus on inter-professional education (IPE).
The full-time Lecturer position will carry a 100% teaching as outlined in the University Collective Bargaining Agreement. Current teaching needs are in the areas of physical dysfunction, geriatrics, mental health, program development, leadership, and or health and wellness. Faculty are expected to engage in effective teaching and assessment of student learning. Additionally, the candidate selected for this position may be expected to teach face-to-face classes, hybrid or blended classes and or online classes according to the needs of the department. For complete position information, qualifications, and application instructions, visit our jobs website https://jobs.hr.ewu.edu. Position is listed under Faculty jobs, posting 20201009FP.
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