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Occupational Therapy Faculty Search


 

Occupational Therapy (OT) Teaching Specialist

The University of Minnesota is seeking candidates for a part time Occupational Therapy (OT) Teaching Specialist position. Teaching specialists are practitioners who will support the instruction of individual courses, as laboratory instructors and/ or providing online instructional support. These appointments are short-term with typically small work effort percentages. We accept applications continuously throughout the year. 

This single staff position has two possible campuses, Rochester or Twin Cities: 

  • Job ID 315275 Rochester campus
  • Job ID 315276 Twin Cities campus

Click here to learn more about the position. Visit the U of MN employment system and search for #315275 (Rochester campus) or #315276 (Twin Cities campus).


Occupational Therapy Graduate Assistants

The University of Minnesota is seeking candidates for a graduate AD (TA) position in Occupational Therapy (OT) job code 9511 position 323081. This individual will support instruction in occupational therapy courses as well as assist with research for OT faculty.

Click here to learn more about the position. Visit the U of MN employment system and search for #323081.


Occupational Therapy Graduate Research Assistantship

The University of Minnesota is seeking candidates for a graduate AD (TA) position in Occupational Therapy (OT) job code 9511 position 323267. This individual will support instruction in occupational therapy courses from the perspective of one who has received occupational therapy services in the past.

Click here to learn more about the position. Visit the U of MN employment system and search for #323267.


 

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