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Clinical Track Faculty for the Occupational Therapy Division

The Ohio State University
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Occupational Therapy

The Ohio State University Division of Occupational Therapy invites applications from dynamic and motivated candidates for a full-time, twelve-month, clinical track position. Join an innovative, highly productive and collaborative faculty, and contribute to the continued growth of the Doctorate of Occupational Therapy (OTD) program and the PhD in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. The Division seeks to hire one clinical track faculty member at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. We are seeking candidates who have teaching and practice experience in adult rehabilitation, specifically in application of musculoskeletal and orthopedic approaches. The position also includes expectations of scholarship, and the successful candidate will provide evidence of prior research and/or scholarly activity.

The Division of Occupational Therapy in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (SHRS) is located in a large, energetic academic medical center and research extensive university, offering an array of collaboration and innovation opportunities. The successful candidate will join a dynamic, collaborative and well-balanced faculty of successful scientists, master clinicians, and professional leaders with records of excellence in teaching, scholarship, professional service and clinical practice in one of the country’s most established OT programs. The Division of Occupational Therapy offers an entry-level occupational therapy doctorate, a dual-degree OTD – PhD track, and an online certificate in Assistive and Rehabilitation Technology.

The successful candidate will be immersed in a culture of collaboration and innovation in one of the largest universities in the country. The Ohio State University OTD program highly values teaching excellence and professional leadership. Ohio State OT is highly ranked, boasts 100% NBCOT pass rate success over the last three years, offers a multitude of simulation, didactic and clinical experiences to our students, and offer multiple opportunities for student specialization in research, and practice through our cutting edge doctoral capstone.


  • Earned post-professional doctorate (post-professional OTD, PhD or equivalent)
  • Licensure or eligibility for licensure in Ohio
  • Teaching experience at the graduate level
  • Clinical expertise in adult rehabilitation and/or orthopedics (e.g. disorders of the upper extremity; biomechanics)


  • Teaching and advising graduate students at the OTD and PhD levels
  • Scholarly and/or research endeavors
  • Service and community engagement in alignment with the candidate’s interests and those of the division, school and university

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