Faculty, Full Time - Doctor of Physical Therapy ACCE Flex ProgramSan Marcos, California Job ID: 161 Date posted: 06/10/2020
A core faculty member at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences (USAHS) provides engaging clinically-focused learning opportunities for students in the health science professions through face-to-face, blended, and online delivery methods. A faculty member is responsible for teaching, academic advising, and service involving collaboration across other departments and campuses. They provide service to the University through committees, curriculum improvement, and advocacy for their profession. Faculty members are scholars, being involved in building and integrating knowledge for the advancement of the profession and the University.
2 years of clinical experience
Licensed or eligible for license per one’s discipline in which the campus in located
What makes a successful core faculty member at The University of St. Augustine? Check out the traits we’re looking for and see if you have the right mix.
- Committed to Mission and Core Values
- Dedicated to Students First
- Academic and Professional Expertise
- Educational Design and Delivery
- Effective Teaching
Our Core Values
The mission of the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences is the development of professional healthcare practitioners through innovative, individualized, and quality classroom, clinical, and distance education.
- Student first
- Promoting excellence and innovation in education
- Health and wellness
- Creative and critical thinking
Faculty members at the University of St. Augustine are very involved in their professional associations and pursuing clinical excellence and innovative practice. Our diverse array of clinical specialties promotes a varied scholarship agenda and contribute well to our blended-learning model, preparing our students for excellence starting on day one of employment.
The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences offers a career path to support your immediate and future success.
- Assistant Professor
- Associate Professor
Generous Medical, Dental & Vision Plans
Higher Education Tuition Assistance
Flexible Spending Accounts
Short and Long Term Disability Coverage
Life and Accident (AD&D) Insurance
401(k) Retirement Plan
The ACCE is responsible for coordinating and overseeing the clinical education portion of the DPT curriculum. This is a faculty position with teaching, scholarship, advisement, and service responsibilities in addition to the administration of clinical education. This position requires significant contact with students, outside constituents, professional consortiums, and ACCE faculty at the other USA campuses.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES SUPERVISED BY THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR
- Course management
- Prepares and delivers course instruction as assigned
- Maintains environment conducive to learning and facilitates student participation
- Assesses student performance, monitors student progress, and provides timely feedback
- Interacts with program faculty at all campuses regarding clinical education and doctoral experiential component/residency curriculum
- Advises entry-level students with academic and/or personal issues
- Sets scholarship plan, implements plan as prescribed by accreditation standards
- Serves on programmatic and university committees as assigned
- Serves as university liaison in community and/or professional activities
5. Clinical Education Program Planning, Implementation, and Assessment
a.Development of students as clinicians in all domains of professional clinical practice; appropriately assesses student learning and performance
b.Coordinates or participates in the development of clinical education faculty
c.Analyzes the clinical education and doctoral experiential component/residency program academic outcomes for compliance to accreditation standards
d.Advances the vision of the profession and delivers new ideas with a forward-looking perspective of clinical education
e.Appropriately communicates to faculty and program directors on student and curriculum information
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CLINICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
- Communicates between the Academic Institution and Affiliated Clinical Education Sites
a. Communicates with all concerned stakeholders (e.g., clinical education sites, clinical faculty and students) to maintain current knowledge of the educational program, the clinical education sites, and health care changes affecting clinical practice and education
b. Communicates and oversees communication with Center Coordinators of Clinical Education (CCCEs), Clinical Instructors (CIs), and students to assess student performance. Provides guidance and support as required to problem solve and discuss pertinent issues with students, CIs, CCCEs
c. Places, supervises, and communicates with students while on clinical experiences.
d. Evaluates each clinical education site through student feedback, on-site visits, and ongoing communications, and routinely shares this information with academic and clinical faculties
e. Coordinates and plans clinical education with other campuses/programs and clinical education staff
f. Attends Clinical Education Meetings and local consortium meetings
- Clinical Site Development
a. Maintains the procedures for clinical site selection, utilization, and assessment
b. Maintains an adequate number of clinical education sites relative to quality, quantity and diversity of learning experiences to meet the educational needs of students, the philosophy and outcomes of the program, and CAPTE evaluative criteria
c. Provides clinical education site development through ongoing evaluation and assessment of strengths and areas for development (e.g., in service training, discontinue student placements) as approved by the Program Directors
- Clinical Faculty Development
a. Collaborates with clinical faculty to promote, coordinate, plan, and provide clinical faculty development opportunities using effective instructional methodologies and technologies with approval of the Program Directors
b. Encourages clinical faculty to participate in local, statewide, and national forums
c. Maintains knowledge of current trends in health care and its affect on clinical education and apprises clinical educators and faculty of any changing trends
d. Mentors other academic faculty about their role and responsibilities related to clinical education (e.g., clinical site visits, determining readiness for the clinic)
- Works under the direction of the Clinical Education Department Head to support a collaborative environment in the clinical education office with behaviors such as:
- Demonstrating mutual respect for each member of the team and the policies of the university; displays positive interpersonal relationships
- Being attentive to staff job responsibilities and chain of command
- Participating in the planning and coordination of clinical education functions
- Communicating regularly and clearly with all members of the team
- Demonstrating a productive attitude toward improvement processes within the department
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Other responsibilities as assigned by the Academic Program Director
POSITION IN ORGANIZATION
Reports to:Academic Program Director/Assistant Academic Program Director
Collaborates with: Clinical Education Associates
TECHNICAL, MANAGERIAL & PEOPLE SKILLS REQUIRED
To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Incumbents will be evaluated, in part, based on performance of each essential function. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
- A minimum of 2 years of teaching experience at the college/university level at Instructor rank.
- Experience with distance learning preferred.
- A minimum of 2 years of clinical experience in the area of course content required.
- Experience in scholarly activity preferred.
LICENSURE and/or CERTIFICATION
Travel is an expectation and requirement of the position. Site visits to clinical and doctoral residency locations is often required to assess the suitability of the site and to monitor student’s performance. Visits to sites may be initiated by the site or the ACCE.
To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:
·Committed to Mission and Values - Has a clear understanding of institution’s mission and values. Has a passion for facilitating learning and for enabling students to navigate their own learning journey.
·Contribute Knowledge to the Discipline - Compelled by the opportunity to contribute through research, scholarship professional practice or creativity.
·Accountable -Takes personal responsibility for own goals and outcomes to ensure student success. Establishes clear expectations, follows through on commitments to students and holds them accountable for assignments and performance
·Collaborative - Works cooperatively with others across the institution and beyond, including the community and through partnerships. Represents own interests while being inclusive and fair to others.
·Communicates Effectively - Adapts oral and written communication approach and style to the audience and based on the message. Also listens attentively to others.
·Drives Engagement - Makes students feel welcome, understood and valued. Creates a learning environment that is compelling, challenging and productive.
·Academic Discipline Expertise - Has sufficient credentials, industry expertise and/or experience in the discipline to teach according to the standards and qualifications required.
·Education Design - Designs learning experiences closely linked to learning outcomes including lesson planning, design of project, work integrated, group learning experiences, or interactive learning objects. Has depth of expertise in pedagogy, andragogy and overall learning effectiveness.
·Teaching Delivery/Learning Facilitation Skills - Manages small, large, blended, hybrid and/or online classrooms, monitoring and ensuring participation, managing oneï¿½s own and studentsï¿½ time and attention effectively.
Work is performed primarily in a standard office environment but may involve exposure to moderate noise levels. Work involves operation of personal computer equipment for six to eight hours daily and includes physical demands associated with a traditional office setting, e.g., walking, standing, communicating, and other physical functions as necessary.
The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences is an equal opportunity at will employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, religion, color, disability, sex, sexual orientation or national origin.
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