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Danny Pincivero
07-22-1999, 01:27 AM
All those interested, please reply to the contact person at the end of the
job description.


FACULTY POSITION

The Department of Physical Therapy at Eastern Washington University has a
position available for a tenure-track, 9 month, full time faculty member,
OR a visiting professorship, in our Master of Physical Therapy program.
The effective starting date is September 1, 1999.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE TENURE TRACK POSITION: A physical therapist with an
earned Doctorate preferred, advanced Masters degree required; eligibility
for licensure as a physical therapist in the state of Washington required,
as is a commitment to graduate physical therapy education. The successful
candidate will be expected to have expertise in anatomy and at least one of
the following areas: orthopedic physical therapy or cardiopulmonary
physical therapy. The successful applicant will also be expected to advise
students, mentor student research projects, and pursue scholarly activity
in their area of expertise. Additional responsibilities include service to
the university, the community, and the profession. Rank and salary
commensurate with experience. PhD required for tenure.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE VISITING PROFESSORSHIP: A PhD, ABD, or MS
individual with expertise in anatomy. Specific rank and salary will be
dependent on degree level and previous teaching experience. The successful
candidate will be expected to participate in departmental activities,
provide lectures in other courses, and assist in advising students. The
length of the contract will be for one academic year.

Eastern Washington University is a public comprehensive university serving
eastern Washington. Established in 1882, the University is uniquely
situated with a dual campus setting that provides Eastern with the
opportunity to tailor its programs to maximize the advantages of its rural
environment in Cheney with the urban opportunities in Spokane, WA. Located
in Spokane, the physical therapy program avails itself of the extensive
health care services and expertise available in this region. The Inland
Northwest also provides convenient access to a wide variety of
recreational, cultural, and living opportunities.

Review of applicant credentials will begin immediately and will continue
until the position is filled. The successful candidate will be required
to show proof of eligibility to work in the United States pursuant to U.S.
immigration laws.

Please send a vitae and three letters of recommendation, or address
inquiries to: Walter Erikson, MS, PT, Chair, Department of Physical
Therapy, Mail Stop #4, Eastern Washington University, 526 5th Street,
Cheney, WA 99004-2431, Telephone: (509) 623-4305. Email address:
werikson@mail.ewu.edu

Eastern Washington University is committed to affirmative action and equal
opportunity. Applications from members of historically underrepresented
groups are especially encouraged.



Danny M. Pincivero, Ph.D., C.S.C.S.
Assistant Professor - Physical Therapy
Eastern Washington University
Department of Physical Therapy
Mail Stop 4, 526 5th Street
Cheney, WA 99004-2431
phone: (509) 623-4323
fax: (509) 623-4321
E-mail: dpincivero@mail.ewu.edu

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