The College of Allied Health Sciences is currently recruiting part-time, fixed-term teaching faculty at the title(s) of Teaching Instructor, Clinical Instructor, Teaching Assistant Professor, Teaching Associate Professor, Teaching Professor, Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, and Clinical Professor for the following specialties for current and upcoming academic year: Physical Therapy; Addictions and Rehabilitation Studies; Communication Sciences and Disorders; Health Services and Information Management; Physician Assistant Studies; Clinical Laboratory Science; Biostatistics; Nutrition Science and Occupational Therapy.
The College of Allied Health Sciences is currently recruiting part-time, fixed-term research faculty at the title of Research Assistant Professor to conduct and manage research activities within the Allied Health disciplines.
Ad will remain open until 12/15/2019.
Special Instructions To Application:
Applications will remain active until 12/15/2019.
Selected candidates will be required to provide original, official transcripts of all relevant degrees earned. Selected candidates will also be required to provide two original, recent letters of recommendation. These documents should be received by the College of Allied Health Sciences Personnel Office prior to the first day of employment.
These documents are required to be postal-mailed to:
Human Resource Manager College of Allied Health Sciences East Carolina University 2150 West 5th Street Health Sciences Building, 3206-D, Mail Stop 668 Greenville, NC 27834
To teach undergraduate courses or work with research for an undergraduate program, faculty are required to hold a minimum of a Master’s degree in the teaching field or a related field.
To teach graduate courses or work with research for a graduate program, faculty are required to hold a terminal degree in the teaching field or a related field.
Full time or Part time: Part Time
Position Location (city): Greenville
Position Number: ETCAHS
Organizational Unit Overview:
The College of Allied Health Sciences (CAHS), a unit of the Division of Health Sciences (DHS) is comprised of nine departments: Addictions & Rehabilitation Studies (DARS), Biostatistics (BIOS), Clinical Laboratory Science (CLSC), Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSDI), Health Services and Information Management (HSIM), Occupational Therapy (OCCT), Physical Therapy (PTHE), Physician Assistant Studies (PADP) and Nutrition Science (NUTR). The CAHS offers six 6) undergraduate (BS) degrees, seven (7) Masters (MS) degrees, and four (4) doctoral degrees (DPT, AuD, and two (2) PhD's). In addition to offering these degree programs with various tracks, the BIOS Department provides statistical support for the CAHS faculty, Brody School of Medicine faculty, and faculty in other Colleges, schools and units. The HSIM Department administers the Health Care Management certificate program for the College of Business MBA and MPA degrees and administers a certificate in Health Informatics. The CSDI Department operates the Speech and Hearing Clinic for patients; provides hearing screening tests for all prospective Education majors; and evaluates and provides therapy for students with hearing or speech difficulties in conjunction with Disability Support Services in the Division of Student Life. The Nutrition Science offers dietetic programs. Enrollment exceeds 1050 students. More than 1,000 ECU undergraduate students are declared Pre-Allied Health students and are advised by the Pre-Allied Health Advisors at the Advising Center. Faculty members prepare students for allied health careers in undergraduate and graduate degree programs through classroom, distance education, laboratory instruction and off-site clinical rotations. Two additional fee-for-service clinics are offered: physical therapy; substance abuse and employment readiness counseling.
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