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Vice-Dean (Health Sciences) and Director, School of Rehabilitation Therapy

Summary: Vice-Dean (Health Sciences) and
Director, School of Rehabilitation Therapy
Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Applications and nominations are invited for the position of Vice-Dean (Health Sciences) and Director of
the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. We are searching for an
outstanding academic with proven administrative and fundraising experience. The ideal candidate will be
a visionary and innovative leader who is able to mobilize resources and engender a strong and vigorous
academic environment. As Vice-Dean and Director, the successful candidate will draw on strong
interpersonal and organizational skills to develop and manage teams that will foster excellence in research
and teaching at all levels of graduate education within the School. The successful candidate will hold a
degree in occupational or physical therapy or rehabilitation science, and a doctorate in rehabilitation
science, health science, social science, education or a related discipline. S/he shall have experience in
pedagogy and demonstrated excellence in teaching, and a well established and independent research
program with recognized contributions to scholarship in the field of rehabilitation.
With a complement of 21 full-time faculty, the School, which is partnered in the Faculty of Health
Sciences with the Schools of Medicine and Nursing, offers high quality professional programs in
occupational therapy and physical therapy, and stellar masters and doctoral research programs in
rehabilitation science. Further information may be obtained by visiting the School of Rehabilitation
Therapy web site at http://rehab.queensu.ca/.


Source: Abolmaesumi, Purang - School of Computing, Queen's University (Kingston)


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences