Primary duties include teaching courses in the approved discipline, recruiting and advising students, and serving on committees. Responsible for developing and updating curriculum, textbook, equipment selection and instructional materials. Maintain familiarity with and adhere to College policies and procedures. Provide instruction and an effective learning environment to facilitate student acquisition of the specific learning outcomes identified in the master syllabi of the assigned courses. Establishing and maintaining field work site and contracts.
Ability to develop curriculum and instruct using two-way interactive video, hybrid, internet and face-to-face courses; ability to provide instruction that will achieve the specific goals and objectives stated in the syllabi of the assigned courses; ability to create a wholesome, meaningful learning environment in the classroom and/or laboratory; ability to communicate effectively with students, college personnel and administration, peers and public groups; ability to treat all persons with respect, dignity and justice, without discrimination based upon race, religion, color, sex, age, disability, national or ethnic origin, veteran status or other protected status; ability to exercise the highest professional and ethical standards in the use of College time and resources; and, ability to observe the stated policies and procedures of the College.
Must possess minimum Southern Association of Colleges and Schools credential standards for faculty teaching courses not designed for transfer to the baccalaureate degree. These standards include an appropriate academic degree and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline.
OTR, Bachelors required; Registered/Licensed OT in the State of Texas
Must have at least 3 years work experience as a OT or OTA