Physical Therapy - Tenure-Track Position
Laval University/Université Laval
Date posted: 2013-10-31
Two (2) full-time tenure-track positions in the Physical Therapy program (#64419 and # 64434)
Université Laval's Department of réadaptation/Rehabilitation offers a professional Masters (M.Sc.) program in Physical Therapy that enrols 100 students per year. The department also houses the Speech-Language Pathology and Occupational Therapy (both Masters degrees) programs.
DESCRIPTION OF BOTH POSITIONS
- Undergraduate and graduate teaching related to the needs of the Physical Therapy program;
- Contribution to graduate teaching in other programs;
- Development of an independent research program in rehabilitation or a related discipline;
- Supervision of research projects at the master and doctoral levels.
- Participation in educational and administrative committees in the Département de réadaptation;
CRITERIA OF SELECTION
- Owning an entry-level degree in physical therapy;
- Being a member (or eligible to become a member) of the Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec or the Canadian Physiotherapy Association;
- Completed, or in the process of completing, a doctoral level qualification;
- Holding a postgraduate training will be considered an asset;
- Clinical experience in physical therapy will be considered an asset.
- Experience in teaching at the university level in rehabilitation will be considered an asset;
- Candidates must have the potential to communicate and teach in French.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 15th, 2013.
POSITION START DATE: Preferably before June 2014.
Candidates are invited to submit their curriculum vitae, a letter including a statement of teaching and research interests, and the names of three referents. The candidates should submit documents relating to their application to:
Joël Macoir, Ph.D., président du comité de sélection
Département de réadaptation, Faculté de médecine, Pavillon Vandry
Québec (Québec) G1V 0A6
Fax : (418) 656-5476
"Valuing diversity, Université Laval encourages all qualified individuals to apply-particularly women, visible and ethnic minorities, aboriginal persons, and persons with disabilities-but priority will be given to Canadians and Canadian permanent residents".