Adjunct Faculty - Open Rank

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Position TypeVisiting / Part-time FacultyWorking TitleAdjunct Faculty - Open RankDepartmentAllied Health - PT - 405507Vacancy IDF002009Salary RangeFull-time/Part-timePart-Time TemporaryIf part-time, hours per weekFTEFaculty Posting CategoryAdjunct FacultyPosting Close Date12/31/2020Proposed Appointment DateEstimated duration of appointment1.0Position Summary

Primary Purpose of the Positions:
The adjunct faculty appointments provide teaching support to the DPT degree program by the expanding and enriching the breadth and depth of expertise within the DPT program. Faculty work in the classroom, online, or participate in service-learning courses (local, national, and international). The duties are assigned by the Director of the Division of Physical Therapy, based on the needs of the course, experience of the position, and in consultation with lead course instructors, where relevant. Adjunct faculty must be effective teachers and maintain contemporary expertise in their content area as required by the Commission on Academic Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE). Special expertise is needed in the following areas: Health and wellness, wound healing and integumentary, geriatrics, pediatrics, oncology, cardiovascular and pulmonary, professional practice issues, management, pathophysiology, women’s health, and service learning.
Position Description: The primary purpose of adjunct faculty is to teach in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program. This position will report to the Director of the Division of Physical Therapy. Candidates must be able to work independently.
Responsibilities include:
Manage Sakai course site
Update, design, and implement course content, assignments, projects, and/or exams
Grade and monitor student progress
Communicate concerns regarding quality of student work or other student performance issues
Communicate or submit course final grade
For service-learning faculty: includes travel, including international travel, ability to navigate difficult terrain, adaptability, teamwork, excellent communication, time management, diversity, planning.

Education Requirements

Faculty teaching clinical content must be licensed to practice physical therapy in North Carolina.

Qualifications and Experience

Candidates must have clinical experience in area of teaching or advanced training. Faculty teaching foundational content must have evidence of advanced education or training consistent with doctoral level teaching. Experience providing guest lectures and/or in-services. Excellent communication and computer skills.

Equal Opportunity Employer

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.

Special Physical and Mental RequirementsStimulus/ARRA Funded?NoSpecial InstructionsEEO Contact Information

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      Posted: 8/27/2019
      Application Due: 10/26/2019
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