The Division of Athletic Training within the School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness seeks applications for an adjunct, non-tenure track instructor to teach graduate level manual therapy laboratories to post-professional athletic training students at the Dublin Integrated Education Center. The adjunct instructor will work collaboratively with the Athletic Training faculty in order to develop and instruct laboratory curriculum that aligns with program objectives.
The position will serve as an instructor for AT 5300 (Manual Therapy in Rehabilitation) and other courses as needed. All courses will require the adjunct instructor to facilitate didactic and/or laboratory courses, assess student learning, and maintain the teaching lab and its associated supplies.
Ohio University is a doctoral/research intensive state university with 23,000 students on its picturesque Athens campus and another 9,900 students on five regional campuses. The School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness is one of five schools and departments in the College of Health Sciences and Professions (http://www.ohio.edu/chsp/ahsw/). The school includes approximately 30 full and part-time faculty and staff and approximately 1200 undergraduate and graduate students. It offers a total of four undergraduate and four graduate programs. Currently, the School has approximately 125 undergraduate majors in the professional Athletic Training program and 45 Masters of Science in Athletic Training students in the post-professional program. The both programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.
A. Earned Master's Degree in Athletic Training or related field. B. BOC certified and working as an athletic trainer for at least 10 years. C. Ohio licensed as an athletic trainer. D. At least two years of experience teaching athletic training students in a didactic setting. E. At least five years of experience teaching athletic training students in a clinical setting. E. Evidence of teaching effectiveness. F. Experience using and developing a variety of teaching methodologies. G. Experience assessing student learning. H. Extensive manual therapy experience.
A. Strong musculoskeletal knowledge. B. Experience mentoring students both inside and outside of the classroom. C. Willingness to contribute to the climate of diversity in the College; including a diversity of scholarly approaches.
Planning Unit: College of Health Sciences & Professions
Department: School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Laura Harris, email@example.com
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