Position: Teaching Responsibilities in the Musculoskeletal Practice
Pattern

Join Elon University's DPT faculty and enjoy a career in the academic
setting where there is time and support for all activities related to
being in academia: teaching, research, and service. There are 13
full-time faculty positions with 1 FTE for associated faculty (student -
faculty ratio 1:8).

Elon University has 6 members of the core faculty available to meet with
you at Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy
Association, February 6-9, 2008 in the Opryland Convention Center in
Nashville, Tennessee.

Bill Andrews, PT,MS,EdD,NCS andrewsb@elon.edu

Jane Freund, PT,MS,DPT,NCS jfreund@elon.edu
Steve Folger, PT,PhD folgers@elon.edu
Paula Hudson, PT,DPT phudson@elon.edu
Marianne Janssen, PT,ATC,EdD jjannsen@elon.edu

Elizabeth Rogers, PT,EdD rogers@elon.edu

All faculty will be staying in the Gaylord Opryland Resort and
Convention Center except Dr. Freund who will be staying in the Radisson
Hotel. E-mail before February 5th for an appointment with any member of
the Elon faculty OR call hotel front desk to arrange meeting to discuss
this Elon opportunity.

See full description of the position below:

Assistant or Associate Professor

Elon University in partnership with Alamance Regional Medical Center
announces the availability of a full-time, tenure-track faculty position
in the entry-level DPT program Available summer 2008 Physical Therapist
with a Doctorate

Come to North Carolina and join our highly qualified, dynamic faculty
including 13 full-time and 7 part-time faculty. Primary teaching
responsibilities for this new position will include work with the 2
faculty who currently teach the musculoskeletal content for the DPT
curriculum. Other teaching responsibilities will be negotiable and
dependent upon the candidate's qualifications and experience. Rank and
salary will be commensurate with experience and education.

Of special interest, in the Spring of 2006, Elon in partnership with
Alamance Regional Medical Center opened the Center for Fitness and Human
Movement Studies. This Center enhances the research, teaching, and
clinical opportunities available.

Required Qualifications
* Physical therapist with terminal doctoral degree
* Eligible for licensure as a physical therapist in North Carolina
* Clinical experience in the musculoskeletal practice pattern area
* Proven abilities as a classroom or clinical instructor
* Capable of conducting research with a well-defined research agenda
* Team player with strong communication, organization, interpersonal,
and problem solving skills
* Active member of the American Physical Therapy Association

Additional Desired Qualifications
* American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties certification
* Established scholarship record
* Ability to teach other areas in the curriculum

Apply for this position and be a part of a dynamic, creative, and
forward thinking faculty at Elon University. Please submit a cover
letter including 3 references and curriculum vitae to:

Elizabeth A. Rogers, P.T., Ed.D., Associate Dean
Department of Physical Therapy Education, C.B. 2085
Elon University
Elon, North Carolina 27244-2010
Telephone (336) 278-6400
FAX (336) 278-6414
E-mail: rogers@elon.edu

Six members of the Elon faculty will be available in February at the
Combined Sections Meeting of the APTA. Review of applications will begin
immediately and continue until the position is filled. On-campus
interviews will be scheduled.