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Part‑Time Academic Posting ‑ School of Occupational Therapy
Posted by School of Occupational Therapy on September 21, 2017 in Job Postings
POSTING DATE: September 21, 2017
APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 30 or until positions are filled
POSITION: PART-TIME OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY INSTRUCTORS:
WINTER TERM 2018
Winter: January -April 2018:
These positions will be responsible for tutoring groups of 10-12 students in one of the following courses:
OCCU 5111 Fieldwork: Tuesday afternoons and alternating Friday afternoons
(up to 6 positions, 40 hours each)
OCCU 5004 Assessment and Analysis: Tuesday mornings (up to 6 positions, 40 hours each)
OCCU 5005 Enabling Occupation 2: Wednesday mornings (up to 4 positions, 50 hours each)
OCCU 5006 Wellness and Inclusion by Design & Technology: Thursday mornings (up to 4 positions, 50 hours each)
PAY RATE: According to the CUPE Collective Agreement
WORK ASSIGNMENT: Under the guidance of the Course Professor and a Lab Coordinator, each Instructor will tutor and evaluate groups of students using problem and case-based learning in Occupational Therapy Skills Labs. Tutors may be required to attend on-site special events labs or exams on alternative days with advanced notice. Off-site preparation, marking and/or office hours for some courses may also be required. Instructors are required to attend orientation sessions prior to the academic term (to be scheduled). As time permits, other duties may be required to assist with lab preparation and/or delivery.
REQUIREMENTS: All positions: excellent communication and organizational skills; preference given to applicants with a minimum of two years practice experience and scheduling flexibility. Experience with student teaching/supervision and knowledge/familiarity with educative distance technologies will be an asset. Good computer skills and use of the internet required for literature searches and course support. Minimum of BSc(OT). Graduate degree is an asset. Current registration as a licensed occupational therapist required.
Please apply in writing with a cover letter and a current CV by the application deadline, highlighting professional experience and include names and e-mail addresses or phone numbers of two references. We welcome candidates to apply for one or more courses.
PLEASE INDICATE in your cover letter how many courses you would be interested in applying for, and prioritize your preferences.
PLEASE APPLY TO:
C/O: Shelley Colbourne (email@example.com)
School of Occupational Therapy, Dalhousie University
Subject to budgetary approval. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, however, Canadian and permanent residents will be given priority. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from qualified Aboriginal people, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and all qualified candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community.