Director of Clinical Education, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Relevant Educational Qualifications Job5 months ago - Education / Teaching Job - Minneapolis - 103 views
This is a 12-month academic role with clinical education administration leadership as the primary responsibility, and teaching and scholarly expectations commensurate with the candidate's expertise. The successful candidate will have the responsibility of managing the clinical education program including serving as a liaison between the program and clinical education sites, facilitating ongoing development of clinical education sites and clinical faculty, and overseeing student clinical placements, performance, and assessment. In addition to traveling to campus for immersive labs, the Director of Clinical Education will travel, when appropriate, for clinical site development and student support and assessment during clinical internships. Anticipated start date is May 1, 2021.
Rasmussen University, formerly known as Rasmussen College, has existed for over 120 years in higher education. We currently serve over 16,000 students, offer over 55 programs, and feature 23 campuses across the United States, with campuses in North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Kansas and Florida. The twenty-three Rasmussen University campuses are united as one University that is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Required qualifications include:
- 3 years of clinical experience with record of serving as a clinical educator
- Attainment of a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree or academic doctorate (PhD, EdD, DSc) from accredited institution.
- Current and unrestricted physical therapy license
Preferred qualification include:
- 3 years of full-time higher education experience
- Previous experience as a Director of Clinical Education
- Previous experience with the CAPTE accreditation process
- Certification as an APTA clinical specialist
All candidates are required to submit:
- Cover Letter identifying intent to apply for position and narrative describing personal teaching philosophy, commitment to excellence in teaching and mentoring of students, and scholarly interests
- Curriculum Vitae
- Two Letters of Recommendation
For questions regarding this position, please contact Carl DeRosa, Program Director and Chair of Search Committee at (see application details)
Rasmussen University is a regionally accredited private university dedicated to changing lives and the communities it serves through high-demand and flexible educational programs. As a pioneer in career-focused education since 1900, the University is defining a new generation of higher education that focuses on competency-based education, technology and transferrable skills. Rasmussen offers undergraduate and graduate programs online and in person at 23 campuses around the country. The University is designed to lift and support its students every step of the way, from their first credential to their last. Rasmussen is dedicated to global enrichment, serving the underserved and meeting the evolving needs of diverse students, communities and economies. Rasmussen encourages its students, faculty and staff to strive for academic excellence, community enrichment and service to the public good. For more information about Rasmussen University, please visit (please use the apply button below).
At Rasmussen, we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed supporting and encouraging diversity in the workplace. We welcome our employee's differences regardless of race, color, creed, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, age, gender identity, disability or veteran status.
If you are a passionate and motivated individual who is interested in a dynamic, team-oriented culture, please take a look at our current openings. Positions are available at our campuses in Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, North Dakota, Kansas and Wisconsin, as well as at our central offices in Chicago, Orlando and the Twin Cities.