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Occupational Therapy Faculty (tenure-eligible OR non-tenure track)

The faculty is expanding by one individual to fulfill teaching, scholarship, and service duties within the occupational therapy faculty. Preference is given to doctorally prepared candidates eligible for the tenure track position.  The non-tenure track position will primarily support students at the Rochester, Minnesota campus. Click here to read more about the position. Visit the U of MN employment system and search for #314396.


Occupational Therapy Client Instructors

Client instructors are persons who have received occupational therapy in their past and have the interest and skill to support laboratory and/or online course instruction within individual courses.  Appointments are short-term and of typically small work effort percentages. Click here to learn more about the position.  Visit the U of MN employment system and search for #312287 (Rochester campus) or #311986 (Twin Cities campus).


Occupational Therapy Clinical Teaching Specialists

Clinical teaching specialists are practitioners who 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. Click here to learn more about the position. Visit the U of MN employment system and search for #315275 (Rochester campus) and #315276 (Twin Cities campus).


Occupational Therapy Graduate Assistants

Graduate assistants in occupational therapy have graduated from an accredited school of occupational therapy and are currently enrolled in a post-professional graduate program at the University of Minnesota. More information coming soon.

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