The Physical Therapy Program of Dominican College, housed in the Allied Health Division, invites applications for a part-time “core” physical therapy faculty appointment for the Fall of 2019 (preferred start date: August 15, 2019). Responsibilities include teaching and research advising in the entry-level doctor of physical therapy, scholarly productivity, and program service. The program is a non-traditional, alternating weekend format which provides flexibility of traditional work week hours. The Doctor of Physical Therapy Program is accredited by CAPTE through 2027.

Minimum qualifications include a doctoral degree or pursuing such, demonstration of scholarly productivity, ability to mentor graduate students in scholarly activity, academic teaching experience and clinical experience relative to the physical therapy areas, including but not limited to the following areas: general, advanced practice in orthopedics, neuromuscular, cardiopulmonary, integumentary, research and/or administration. The candidate must hold a physical therapy license and be eligible for a license in NYS. Preference will be given to candidates who hold an advanced degree, certification and/or specialization, have at least three years in each: clinical and teaching experience in specialized areas, and demonstrate evidence/potential for related scholarship and/or interdisciplinary research. In addition, candidates with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree with a strong desire to complete a post professional doctorate degree in the near future are also encouraged to submit an application.

Dominican College is located in Orangeburg, New York approximately 20 miles north of New York City and was named a Top Workplace in the Lower Hudson Valley for 2016 by The Journal News. We are a small, private institution with a student population of approximately 2,000. Committed to building its programs upon a strong liberal arts foundation, the College offers an array of degree opportunities in the liberal arts and a variety of nationally accredited graduate/undergraduate professional programs.

The review of applications will begin June 30, 2019. Qualified applicants should send curriculum vitae, and a letter of interest along with the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references to