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kmcquade75
01-15-2010, 04:37 AM
The University of Washington's Division of Physical Therapy invites
applications for a full-time, 12-month faculty position at the
assistant or associate professor level. We are seeking a team-oriented
individual who wishes to join an outstanding faculty at this top-
ranked Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. An academic doctoral
degree (PhD, ScD, EdD) is required. Areas of particular interest
include clinical exercise physiology, wellness and health promotion,
and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. However, those with expertise in
other areas of physical therapy may be considered. The primary
responsibility will be teaching and research in the areas of
expertise. Additional responsibilities relate to the education,
supervision, and mentoring of entry-level DPT students and PhD
students in Rehabilitation Science.



Prospective candidates should be developing or have an on-going
research program. There will be support for research efforts, and
opportunities for collaboration within the Department of
Rehabilitation Medicine, as well as with the other university
departments.



This start date for this position is flexible; the earliest start date
would be fall 2010.

Interested candidates should submit a responsive cover letter, CV, and
names and addresses of four references we may contact directly.
Applications will be considered upon receipt; the position is open
until filled.



Submit applications to:



Kevin McQuade, PT, PhD

Associate Professor

Chair, Search Committee, Division of Physical Therapy

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

Box 356490

University of Washington

Seattle, WA 98195-6490

206-598-5411 email: kmcquade@uw.edu



University of Washington Faculty engage in Teaching, Research, and
Service. The University of Washington is an affirmative action, equal
opportunity employer. The University is building a culturally diverse
faculty and staff and strongly encourages applications from women,
minorities, individuals with disabilities and covered veterans.