The Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the College of St. Scholastica (CSS) invites applications for a core faculty position at our Duluth, MN campus. This is an 11-month, tenure-track or tenure-eligible position at a rank commensurate with the successful candidate’s training and experience. The anticipated start for this position is Fall Semester 2022. Main responsibilities include teaching in the DPT program, scholarly productivity, student mentoring, and service to the institution and/or profession. Specific teaching responsibilities will be determined based on the successful candidate’s content expertise.

The CSS PT program is budgeted for 12 core faculty members, a full-time Administrative Assistant, and a part-time Clinical Education Administrative Assistant. Of the eleven current faculty, eight have post-professional terminal doctoral degrees and eight are Board-Certified Clinical Specialists. We enroll one cohort of 48 students each year into our 33-month, year-round program that is taught at the new Health Science Center (HSC) located approximately 1 mile from the main campus. The HSC includes the maurice’s Community Clinic where PT students participate in pro bono patient care as part of the curriculum, and the Motor Behavior Lab (MBL). The MBL includes a 12-camera motion capture system (Qualsys), 24 channels of wireless EMG (Delsys), four in-ground force plates, a Pedar system, and three dedicated computer workstations. A candidate with training and experience using this type of instrumentation will be strongly considered for this faculty position.

Minimum Requirements
• Doctoral degree (PhD or equivalent, DPT)
• Demonstrated ability to meet the faculty requirements established by the Commission for Accreditation of Physical Therapist Education (CAPTE) for teaching, scholarship, and service.
• Demonstrated commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

Preferred Requirements
• Training, experience and commitment to using instrumentation for quantifying and evaluating human movement.
• A scholarly agenda that involves analysis of human movement.
• Graduate of an accredited physical therapy program
• Demonstrated excellence in teaching DPT students as a classroom or clinical instructor.
• Ability to work collaboratively with students, colleagues and college administration.
• Willingness to serve on Department, School, and College committees

The College of St. Scholastica is a private, co-educational, catholic institution grounded in the Benedictine values of Community, Hospitality, Respect, Stewardship, and Love of Learning. The college is known regionally for strong nursing, education, and health science programs. We welcome all interested individuals to apply or inquire further about this opportunity. The link below will bring you to the human resources page and application for this position. Questions can be directed to John Borstad, PT, PhD at 218-723-6523 or