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Full-time
Location:
Manchester, NH 03101 US
Role:
Faculty
Travel:
None
Degree:
DPT
Setting:
Academic-Education
Company:
Franklin Pierce University
Contact:
Christopher Healy
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Asst./Assoc. Prof. or Prof. - Physical Therapy

Assistant/Associate Professor or Professor in Physical Therapy

Expertise: Musculoskeletal, Pediatrics, or Neuro

Franklin Pierce University, in partnership with the national search firm Scott Healy & Associates, is pleased to announce a search for three Assistant/Associate Professor(s) or Professor(s) in the Physical Therapy Program with Musculoskeletal, Pediatrics, or Neuro expertise. These faculty members report directly to the Director of the PT program at the Manchester, NH, campus. The faculty members will teach courses and content within the area of their expertise’s curriculum in accordance with approved course descriptions and syllabi established by the Physical Therapy Faculty Curriculum Committee and administered by the Dean. This may include serving as a lab instructor or teaching modules in courses when not assigned as the primary course instructor. The professors also must demonstrate active engagement in research and dissemination of work that contributes to the profession. Non-teaching assignments include instructional development, academic advising, participating in department, college and university-wide activities, committees and task forces, and other appropriate responsibilities.

About the College of Health and Natural Sciences:

The College of Health and Natural Sciences (CHNS) is one the newest colleges for the university, established in 2019. It was created by the joining of the undergraduate programs in the sciences to the graduate programs in health related fields. The degrees offered include: Biology, Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, and Health Sciences at the undergraduate level and Doctor of Physical Therapy (twin independently accredited programs in NH and AZ), Master of Physician Assistant Studies, and Master of Science in Nursing. The nursing programs are part of the School of Nursing that reports to the new college and includes a RN to BSN online program.

The college is designed to support the academic and student life, which play a vital role in Franklin Pierce’s undergraduate programs and institutional ethos; we provide extensive opportunities for students to compete, excel, and lead, shaping well-rounded individuals who understand the value of service and community engagement. Our students excel in the classroom, intern at Fortune 500 companies, present at professional conferences, compete as NCAA Division II athletes, and engage in meaningful community service. Our entire university is dedicated to providing students with resources, support, and a sense of connection outside the classroom and within our local, regional, and national communities.

About Franklin Pierce University:

Since 1962, Franklin Pierce University has empowered thousands of undergraduate and graduate students to achieve academic excellence and lead meaningful, successful lives. Drawing from our strong foundation in liberal education, we offer programs and educational experiences that develop essential intellectual and professional skills; promote close connections between students, faculty members, and staff; and position our students to realize their potential through highly personalized, financially accessible academic offerings.

Franklin Pierce encompasses a far-reaching geographic and virtual network, educating a diverse population of residential undergraduates, online learners, and full-time graduate students through our campus in Rindge, NH, online and at our centers in Manchester, Portsmouth, and Lebanon, (NH) and Goodyear, AZ.

As a diversified institution, Franklin Pierce has avoided the perils of the Northeast region experiencing stable enrollments and revenue surpluses over the last five years. These successes have contributed to embracing our own evolution through innovation.

Franklin Pierce University at Manchester, NH, is located at the Jefferson Mill building, which has been awarded the Manchester Historic Preservation Award. Jefferson Mill is a 4-story brick mill building that was constructed right on the edge of the Merrimack river in 1886. Located on Commercial Street, it is close to the many companies that populate the Millyard and is also not far from businesses located on Elm Street.

About the greater Manchester, NH community:

Located in the heart of New England, Manchester, New Hampshire, is a spectacular combination of a vibrant urban center and the famed natural beauty and abundant recreational opportunities that abound throughout the Granite State. This city’s location is prime—Boston, the Atlantic Coast, and New Hampshire’s scenic White Mountain and Lakes Region are all within an hour’s reach, and thanks to our exceptional highway access and the first-class Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Manchester is accessible from just about anywhere.

This city has fast become a first-rate entertainment hub in the Northeast, playing host to the hottest concerts, top acts, and biggest events. We’ve got anything from theatrical performances to highly-charged sporting events. The Palace Theatre and recently renovated Rex Theatre sit just blocks away from the SNHU Arena, while our riverfront professional baseball stadium overlooks a bustling and vibrant downtown. When one lives in Manchester they will certainly work hard, but undoubtedly have a lot of fun as well.

Manchester has a wide range of shopping and dining options available to them throughout the community. In recent years, Manchester has emerged as the premier dining and tax-free shopping destination north of Boston.

Manchester also has beautiful parks throughout the city, and Lake Massabesic, which is set in the heart of the city, offers boating, gorgeous picnicking locations, and hiking and biking trails. Visit Arms Park for a view of the breathtaking Merrimack River. In the winter, McIntyre Ski Area offers skiers and snowboarders snow-lined trails, while ice skating rinks are located on both the east and west side of the city. The Derryfield Country Club offers 18 holes of golf on expansive greens right in Manchester.

Manchester's location allows for easy access to ski resorts, NASCAR races, beaches, state parks, camping, mountains and dozens of other attractions. 

The Professors in the PT Department’s Responsibilities:

Instructional:

  • Teaches courses and content within the area of the members’ expertise’s curriculum as assigned by the Program Director in accordance with the approved syllabus, Graduate Faculty Protocol, and established workload.
  • Updates and revises course content and teaching methodology in order to maintain currency and relevance.
  • Maintains familiarity with current texts, materials, teaching aids and techniques relative to courses within the discipline and recommend their adoption when appropriate.
  • Actively seeks ways to improve instruction.

Academic Advising:

  • Posts and observes office hours for purposes of academic advising and student consultation. Hold office hours at times that are most convenient for students. Meet with students as needed by appointment.

Departmental Activity:

  • Actively participates in curriculum planning and assessment.
  • Actively serves in assigned committees and CAPTE processes.
  • Actively participates in recruitment and admission activities.

Professional Growth and Development:

  • Maintains a program of personal and professional development for areas of responsibility.
  • Maintains state-of-the-art knowledge and competence in the appropriate academic disciplines.
  • Maintains specialty certification.
  • In accordance with CAPTE standards, each faculty member shall be actively engaged in scholarly work that would enhance the program and the University’s mission. 

Community and Professional Service

  • Serves as a role model with respect to community service and service to the profession.
  • Engages in the APTA and other professional organizations.
  • Engages students and faculty in student service activities.

Institutional Service:

  • Actively participates in assisting the College in maintaining standards required for regional accreditation.
  • Participates in full regalia in official graduation ceremonies.
  • Attends other official functions, College of Health and Natural Sciences (CHNS) Reception, and orientation/faculty development events as required in the Graduate Faculty Protocol.
  • Volunteers to serve on participate in university task forces and committees.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Meets requirements articulated in the Graduate Faculty Protocol.

Expectations:

  • Demonstrate commitment to our academic programs of excellence within a multi-campus university serving a variety of adult graduate students.
  • Possess extensive knowledge of physical therapy techniques and practices in the area of expertise and have a thorough knowledge of instructional and educational methods and techniques.
  • Maintain physical therapy licensure in the state of New Hampshire and APTA membership.
  • Ability to design and conduct independent or collaborative research in clinical education or related areas.
  • Ability to develop learning strategies that will promote successful teaching in a learning-centered environment.
  • Ability to challenge thinking, foster debate and develop the ability of students to engage in critical discourse and rational thinking. Professional commitment to education.
  • Exemplary customer skills, including dealing effectively with the students, faculty, staff, and general public in person, online and over the telephone.  Maintain professionalism when dealing with all staff and other customers. Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity to the needs of all prospective as well as current students.
  • Excellent writing skills and demonstrated ability to develop reports and action plans.
  • Have knowledge of, ability to develop, and commitment to use emerging technologies and alternative instructional delivery methods appropriately, including on-line delivery, hybrid course options, content software, web-enhancements, etc.
  • Document student advising and mentoring skills.
  • Attend Department and College Faculty meetings and other University sponsored events.
  • Engage collaboratively in departmental and organizational planning.

Qualifications:

  • Possesses an academic doctoral degree (Ph.D., Ed.D, D.Sc.);
  • Incumbents without a terminal degree will be considered provided they are enrolled in or preferably in the dissertation phase of an advanced doctoral degree upon hire;
  • Previous teaching experience and an established record of scholarship;
  • Licensed or eligible to obtain licensure in NH within 90 days of hire;
  • A minimum of five years of clinical experience.

Application Process:

Please submit all applications and nominations electronically to the University’s search consultant:

Mr. Christopher S. Healy

Vice President

Scott Healy & Associates

[email protected]

Complete applications should include the following:

  1. Cover Letter outlining your interest and qualifications for the position.
  2. Updated CV.
  3. List of five (5) professional references including name, title, contact information and relationship to you.

Applications received by September 8, 2020, will receive priority consideration. The position will remain open until filled.

As an Equal Opportunity employer, Franklin Pierce recognizes the impact of a diverse community and encourages applications from individuals with varied experiences, backgrounds and perspectives. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, pregnancy, age, disability, gender identity and expression, protected veteran status or any other status protected by law.

physical therapy 2020-07-24T11:41:23-04:00 2020-08-23T00:00:00-04:00 PTJobs.com 2073612 3+ years You must hold a DPT degree Not Applicable

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