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cornwall87
11-04-2005, 03:53 AM
The Program in Physical Therapy at Northern Arizona University, is seeking
an individual for our dynamic team taught entry-level and post-professional
curriculum. Candidates will be expected to enhance and contribute to
curricular content related to the physiological basis of the Neurological,
Cardiopulmonary, and Musculoskeletal practice patterns. Applicants should
have previous academic teaching experience or experience teaching physical
therapists or physical therapy students. Candidates with clinical
experience in acute care, wellness, and cardiopulmonary settings will be
given special consideration. Prior experience in development,
implementation, and completion of research projects, especially clinical
research is preferred. Additional qualifications include interest or
experience in distributed learning methods including "web-enhanced"
courses. Experience with or commitment to work with diverse cultural
backgrounds is required.

The responsibilities of the successful candidate will include the ability
to: teach course work commensurate with experience and academic
preparation; seek internal and external funding; write, present, and
publish papers; advise students, both before and after admittance to the
program, develop collaborative experiences for students in the community;
provide service to the Department, College, University, and Profession;
assist in the development of non residential and distance learning
opportunities for the physical therapists in the state of Arizona.

All applicants must be eligible for physical therapy licensure in Arizona.
Experience with or commitment to work with diverse cultural backgrounds is
required as well as previous academic teaching experience or experience
teaching physical therapists or physical therapy students. This position
is at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, depending on academic
credentials, experience and university policy regarding faculty
classification. Post-professional Master's degree required for
consideration of appointment to assistant professor and an earned
post-professional doctoral degree (PhD or EdD) and prior university
teaching experience required for consideration of appointment to associate
professor. Post-Professional Doctorate preferred, although current
enrollment in a Doctoral program will be considered.

Northern Arizona University with an enrollment of 17,000 students is one of
three state universities. Flagstaff, Arizona is a mountain community known
for its quality of life, superb beauty and variety of outdoor and cultural
activities.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled or closed,
however, review of applicants will begin January 31, 2006. Interested
individuals should submit a letter of application (include a statement of
their personal philosophy of teaching and Physical Therapy education as
well as their academic and professional goals), curriculum vitae and three
letters of reference to:

Physical Therapy Search Committee
Program in Physical Therapy
Northern Arizona University
P.O. Box 15105
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Phone: (520) 523 4092
FAX: (520) 523 9289

Northern Arizona University is a committed Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Institution. Minorities, women, persons with disabilities and
veterans are encouraged to apply.


Mark W. Cornwall, PT, PhD, CPed
Professor and Chair, Program in Physical Therapy
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
Northern Arizona University
P.O. Box 15105
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Voice: (928) 523-4092
FAX: (928) 523-9289
email: mark.cornwall@nau.edu