Allied Health Sciences
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROGRAM
Winston-Salem State University, one of the 17 constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina system, occupies a picturesque 110-acre campus overlooking the woodlands of Salem Lake in the heart of Winston-Salem. This Master's Level I university enrolls approximately 6,000 diverse students and offers more than 40 bachelor's programs, ten master's programs through the university's School of Graduate Studies and Research, and one certificate program in computer science.
The School of Health Sciences at Winston-Salem State University produces clinically and culturally competent undergraduate and graduate health care students, with a framework of altruistic values, who are dedicated to serving the best health interest of society. The School's focus is to also produce pragmatic field-relevant research that advances both health care practice and knowledge, in improving the availability, accessibility, acceptability, and quality of health services, particularly for the medically underserved experiencing health care disparities.
assist in occupational therapy program/curriculum development and evaluations at graduate level
teach 18 semester hours annually
maintain office hours consistent with faculty guidelines
advise students and guide student research
supervise students in Level I Fieldwork
develop research agenda and maintain research skills and interest consistent with OT Department and University policies
assist in departmental administrative tasks
serve on University, School of Health Sciences, and departmental committees
serve in community or civic organizations or activities as specified by University guidelines
maintain active membership in state and national associations
Education: Ph.D. Ed.D, or OTD from a regionally accredited college or university and eligibility for North Carolina licensure as a practicing occupational therapist required. Preference given to candidates who possess experience in occupational therapy education, including mental health, physical rehabilitation, and/or research.
Experience: Two years or more fulltime or part-time teaching experience in a college or university. Five years or more clinical experience. Two years supervising students.
Scholarly Production: Should have record of scholarship at state, national, or international level.
Salary: Commensurate with education and experience. Position opened until filled.
For immediate consideration, please visit https://jobs.wssu.edu. Applicants will be asked to attach a letter of interest, curriculum vita, names of three references, and unofficial transcripts. Official transcripts will be required for the successful candidate. No applications will be accepted by mail. Serious applicants must complete their application by January 15, 2013.
For Inquiry about program contact:
Dr. Dorothy P. Bethea
Chair & Professor
Occupational Therapy Department
432 F.L. Atkins Building
Winston-Salem, NC 27110
Type of position:
Winston-Salem State University
601 South Martin Luther King Junior Drive