The Elective Track Director (ETD) serves as a leader to all constituents of the Elective Track within the Post-Professional Doctor of Occupational Therapy program and as a liaison between the elective track constituents and the Program Director (PD). The ETD, in cooperation with other academic faculty and administration, establishes faculty, staff, and student performance standards; policies and procedures; and regulations related to the implementation of the elective track.
The ETD is a remote position and holds a faculty appointment (such as assistant, associate, or full professor) and has administrative, academic, service, and scholarship responsibilities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the academic program. This individual demonstrates competence in leadership and assists with development and implementation of the elective track, including: aspects of planning; coordination with the PD; curriculum design, development, and assessment; human resource management for the elective track; student admission, instruction, evaluation, and advisement. He/she is able to coordinate, plan for and implement the mission, philosophy, goals, and expected outcomes of the elective track. In addition, the ETD’s primary responsibilities are to plan, coordinate, facilitate, administer, and monitor all activities related to the Elective Track.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Annually develop, implement, monitor, evaluate, and revise track curriculum, communicating results to the PD, Vice-Provost, and Provost.
Contribute to the annual program evaluation of the OTD program
Establish elective track student outcome goals, reviewing and revising as part of the assessment and continuous improvement processes
Faculty Recruitment and Management:
Assist with recruitment and management of elective track faculty
Responsible for syllabi development, evaluation of content, evaluation of faculty and student performance, and review of assessment activities and results communicating to the University in a timely fashion
Responsible for timely grade reporting by all faculty within the elective track
Recruitment, admissions, academic progress review, communication, and documentation of advising
Attend program orientation and perform exit interviews of each student in the elective track
Conduct admissions activities, providing timely notification to the University
Advise students in person, by phone, or by email each session
Perform teaching activities that include syllabi development, content development, course handouts, design of assessment activities, and timely grading of each assessment
Assist with student capstone project development and grading
Graduate of an accredited occupational therapy professional program
About Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP) is a private, accredited institution recognized for evidence-based, meaningful graduate healthcare education. Established in 1998 as an exclusive post-professional graduate healthcare institution, RMUoHP has a reputation for exceptional, high quality, rigorous healthcare education programs and has a diverse student body and alumni from all 5...0 states as well as a stellar and nationally respected faculty representing healthcare practice, research and education throughout the country. Our academic models of delivery allow our limited-residency students to continue with their life roles without relocating and our residency students to begin and end their full-time studies in beautiful Provo, Utah.
RMUoHP offers graduate healthcare education for post-professional and entry-level students in a variety of healthcare professions, including Doctor of Occupational Therapy, Doctor of Nursing Practice, Doctor of Clinical Science in Speech-Language Pathology, Doctor of Science in Health Science, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Master of Science in Health Science and Master of Physician Assistant Studies.