: Division of Occupational TherapyLocations:
: Binghamton, NYPosted:
: Nov 1, 2022Closes:
: Open Until FilledType:
: Full-timeRef. No.:
: 1241, 1242, 1247, 1252Position ID:
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Binghamton University's Division of Occupational Therapy, located at the newly renovated, state-of-the art health sciences campus in Johnson City, New York, is conducting a cluster hire for its developing entry-level occupational therapy doctoral (OTD) program and invites applicants for full-time, campus-based, 10-month faculty appointments. The position encompasses teaching, innovation, and clinically-driven scholarship.
Responsibilities include participating in ongoing curriculum development, implementation, and assessment for the developing entry-level doctoral program. Close collaboration with other faculty within the Division and with faculty in related departments is expected. Candidates are expected to have or to be developing a clinical scholarship or innovation agenda. The candidates should minimally have three years of experience in occupational therapy assessment and intervention with a strong clinical background in one or more of the following areas of practice: adult and older adult physical disabilities and chronic conditions; adult and older adult mental health; infant, child, and adolescent physical disabilities and chronic conditions; infant, child, and adolescent mental health; developmental, learning, and intellectual disabilities; foundations of occupational therapy and occupational science; functional anatomy and neuroanatomy; functional kinesiology; assistive technologies and environmental modification; population/community health, wellness and prevention; health care systems and delivery models of practice.
The candidate will be assigned courses based on area of expertise, contribute to advising and mentoring students, and engage in Program and University committees as appropriate.
Faculty rank and salary are dependent upon the successful candidate's experience and qualifications.
The Division is seeking Candidacy status with ACOTE for the OTD Entry-Level Professional Program and has a targeted start date of Fall 2023. Specific start dates for successful candidates are negotiable and based upon assigned course load.
Binghamton University values and fosters a global, service-oriented, and inclusive learning community. Binghamton is located in the affordable and beautiful Southern Tier of New York State, 40 minutes from Syracuse, NY, one hour from the Finger Lakes Region, one hour from Scranton, PA, and three hours from New York City and Philadelphia. Binghamton University is ranked by the Wall Street Journal as #2 for the best public school in the Northeast United States for student outcomes, and ranks as #33 for the best public university in the nation by US News and World Reports, 2022. Binghamton is a nationally recognized research institution with one of the two fastest-growing research programs in New York State. The Health Sciences campus is located in a newly constructed/renovated complex in Johnson City, New York. The Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences houses state of the art simulation laboratory facilities deemed the best in the Northeast United States. Applicants can learn more about Binghamton University by exploring this link: https://www.binghamton.edu/about/
Binghamton University offers a generous benefits package and competitive salaries: https://www.binghamton.edu/offices/human-resources/benefits/benefits-at-glance.html
Binghamton University offers a generous retirement benefit that includes employer contributions. Information on the New York State retirement system are found here: https://www.binghamton.edu/offices/human-resources/benefits/retirement/index.html
- Ideal candidates must possess an academic doctoral degree (e.g., PhD, EdD, ScD, OTD).
- Candidates who are occupational therapists must be eligible for a New York State occupational therapy license.
- Candidates must demonstrate contemporary expertise in any one or more of the following content areas: older adult physical disabilities and chronic conditions; adult and older adult mental health; infant, child, and adolescent physical disabilities and chronic conditions; infant, child, and adolescent mental health; developmental, learning, and intellectual disabilities; foundations of occupational therapy and occupational science; functional anatomy and neuroanatomy; functional kinesiology; assistive technologies and environmental modifications; population/community health, wellness and prevention; health care systems and delivery models of practice.
- Candidates are expected to have or to be developing a clinical scholarship or innovation agenda.
- Teaching experience, especially in an accredited graduate-level occupational therapy program, is preferred.
- Candidates with interest/experience in outcomes assessment are encouraged to apply.
- Candidates with an interest in innovative instructional approaches, which can include active learning, problem-based approaches, case-based approaches, and simulation are encouraged to apply.
- Candidates with an interest in interprofessional education and mentorship are encouraged to apply.
- Candidates with an interest in scholarship of teaching and learning are encouraged to apply.
The State University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. It is the policy of Binghamton University to provide for and promote equal opportunity employment, compensation, and other terms and conditions of employment without discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, religion, disability, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, veteran or military service member status, marital status, domestic violence victim status, genetic predisposition or carrier status, or arrest and/or criminal conviction record unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification or other exception.
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All applicants must apply via the university's applicant tracking system, Interview Exchange: http://binghamton.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=155276
Interested candidates should submit applications, including a cover letter, full curriculum vitae, and names and contact information of three professional references to link above. The Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences is committed to the goal of building a diverse and inclusive teaching and working environment.
The search committee is accepting applications now, and is reviewing candidates as they are submitted. Applications will continue to be accepted until positions are filled. Start dates are based on program course trajectory and applicant areas of expertise.