Job Posting Job ID : 37206 Location : Vancouver - Point Grey Campus Employment Group : Faculty (Fac Assn) Job Category : Regular Classification Title : Instructor (tenure track) Business Title : Instructor (tenure track) VP / Faculty : Faculty of Medicine Department : OcuptnlScience&OcuptnlTherapy Full / Part Time : Full-Time Desired Start Date : 2020 / 07 / 01 Funding Type : Budget Funded Closing Date : 2020 / 04 / 30 Available Openings : 1 Return to Previous Page The Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the University of British Columbia (UBC) invites applications for a full time position at the rank of Instructor (Tenure Track).
The UBC Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy is home to fifteen academic faculty members, nine administrative and technical support staff members, and approximately 300 clinical faculty and associate members.
The Department's mission is to create, inspire and uphold a scholarly community that contributes to the health of individuals and communities through research on occupation and education programs for occupational therapy students, health professionals, and scientists.
Through the continued support of its academic, clinical, student, and alumni community, the Department strives to realize its vision of "health and participation for all.
The MOT Northern Rural Cohort (NRC) program was developed for northern and rural practice in BC to address Occupational Therapy retention and recruitment issues to these areas.
It is a provincially funded initiative developed in partnership with The University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC).
Reporting to the Head of the UBC Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, the incumbent will engage in teaching both theory and clinical practice skills courses using diverse methods and online learning tools, participate in course planning, lead curriculum development, and engage in student evaluation in the Master of Occupational Therapy Program.
The incumbent will participate in administrative and service activities, such as departmental and university committees.
This position also includes development, coordination, implementation and program evaluation of northern and rural fieldwork education under the direction of the Associate Head, Academic Fieldwork Coordinator.
This position will be located in Prince George on the University of Northern British Columbia campus (UNBC) to work with students, staff and faculty involved in the Occupational Therapy Northern & Rural Cohort.
This position will also involve travel to UBC (Point Grey Campus) for teaching and liaison responsibilities, and to the northern & rural communities in BC for placement site development, provision of workshops, and to build capacity with the MOT NRC Program.
The successful applicant must be registered with the College of Occupational Therapists of BC (COTBC) and be a member of the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists - BC (CAOT-BC).
The incumbent will demonstrate evidence of ability and commitment to teaching, and the promise of educational leadership.
The successful applicant will have experience as a fieldwork educator, demonstrate experience in teaching within educational and practice settings, and have excellent interpersonal and written communication skills.
Applicants with academic administrative experience are preferred.
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applications, including curriculum vitae and names and contact information for three referees who can speak to the candidate's professional and creative work, teaching, practice competencies, and administrative abilities should be submitted online or sent to :
Susan Forwell, PhD, OT, FCAOT
Professor & Head
Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Medicine
University of British Columbia
Review of applications will begin on April 1, 2020 and continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date for this position is July 1, 2020 or upon a date to be mutually agreed.
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