Master of Occupational Therapy Assistant Professor

Master of Occupational Therapy Professor

Trinity Washington University, a comprehensive university in the nations’ capitol, seeks adjunct and full-time faculty for their Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) program within the School of Nursing and Health Professions (NHP). The successful candidate will teach, mentor students, produce scholarly works/activities, and participate in community service at Trinity and the larger Washington, D.C. community.

Preferred Years of Experience, Skills, Training, and Education

  • Experience with distance technology and learning management platforms
  • Experience teaching in higher education
  • Record of involvement with professional associations
  • Evidence of scholarly contributions to the profession (i.e. presentations and/or publications at local, state, or national levels).
  • Commitment to diversity, social justice, innovation, and collaboration

Education: Required to have a master’s degree (e.g., OTD, DHSc, DSc, Ph.D., EdD) from a regionally accredited college or university and at least a master’s in the field of Occupational Therapy. A doctoral degree is preferred. Candidates must be eligible for Washington, D.C. licensure as a practicing occupational therapist. Candidates should possess experience in neuroscience, psychosocial/behavioral health, and/or research. Trinity seeks individuals with a minimum of three years of clinical experience and at least one year supervising students.

Interested candidates who meet the qualifications should apply by clicking the link below where you will be re-directed to the application.




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