Current Open Positions

1674-Clinical Assistant Professor of Speech-Language Pathology, Forest Grove Campus

Job #:  1674

The Clinical Assistant Professor mentors and teaches students in Communication Sciences and Disorders in clinical and academic settings, builds and sustains relationships with community clinical supervisors and sites, provides direct clinical service and supervision, engages in research or other scholarly activities, and is active in service to the university and the profession.

CSD Adjunct Course Instructor

The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders seeks a course instructor to teach an undergraduate course in Speech and Language Development in Spring 2018. This 4-credit course is a preparatory course for students enrolled in the Minor in Communication Sciences and Disorders or the post-baccalaureate preparation sequence. Expertise in speech and language development is strongly desired.

1673-Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions

Job #:  1673

Assists in the planning and execution of the recruiting, application, admitting, and matriculation processes for Pacific’s Graduate and Professional Programs, with a focus on the School of Pharmacy.

1669-Research Training Manager

Job #:  1669

Under the general supervision of the Dean of the School of Graduate Psychology(or designee, e.g., the Director of Research), this position is responsible for all research training management practices for masters and doctoral programs for the School of Graduate Psychology, including data entry and management related to flow of thesis and dissertation paperwork, tracking of dissertation milestones, support of the thesis and dissertation mentor/mentee match process, document readiness checks, editing for professional and library formatting requirements, and retrieval of research training data for accreditation and similar purposes.  This position description is not intended to be all-inclusive and will have additional responsibilities as required and assigned.  This is a term-limited position approved for funding through 12/31/18 with possible renewal. 

1672-Registration Services Coordinator

Job #:  1672

The Registration Services Coordinator (RCS) is the first point of contact for customers of the Registrar’s Office.  S/he provides front-line customer service for the office by answering in-person questions as well as responding to emails and phone calls.  The RSC also manages a variety of enrollment-related administrative processes, and hires, trains, and oversees student employees.

 

1671-Facilities Engineer

Job #:  1671

Performs skilled work in maintaining, operating, and repairing of all campus buildings and facilities.  Inspect, repair, install, and maintain physical facilities requiring skilled mechanical and trade work.  Requires a good well-rounded working knowledge in all fields such as electrical, carpentry, welding, plumbing etc. Performs work in the inspection, repair, construction and documentation of all work, systems, and hazardous conditions.  Does general maintenance items at all Pacific Campuses as needed.  This particular position will have a focus on Roofing and Gutter Maintenance.

1664-Assistant or Associate Professor, Physical Therapy

Job #:  1664

The School of Physical Therapy at Pacific University Oregon invites applications for a 9-month, full-time faculty position in our entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program. The academic rank of assistant or associate professor and tenure-track options will depend on qualifications and experience of the successful candidate. The position is available beginning in the 2018/2019 academic year. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience

1667-Faculty, Dental Hygiene Studies

Job #:  1667

The dental hygiene faculty member provides didactic, laboratory and clinical instruction for dental hygiene students in an on-campus clinical facility, and may include off-campus fieldwork sites.

1668-Front Office Coordinator, Portland EyeClinic

Job #:  1668

Responsible for providing receptionist duties and administrative support for medical records and referral processing at the Portland Eye Clinic utilizing strong customer service skills.

1662-Director, Hawaii Outreach & Programming

Job #:  1662

Responsible for developing, supervising, and implementing comprehensive student support programs, and events for students from Hawaii, that are designed to support the recruitment, matriculation, retention, and academic and personal success of this student population. Serves as a central resource for students, prospective students, students' families, alumni, faculty, and staff regarding issues related to students from Hawaii. Holds responsibility for managing records and supervising procedures related to the University's compliance with federal law. Provides one-on-one support and guidance to students, parents, alumni, staff, and faculty.  Priority will be given to applicants who submit their application materials by January 15, 2018.  Position is open until filled.

1659-Placement Coordinator

Job #:  1659

This position assists the College of Business with job placement for our students.  The Placement Coordinator is the primary position accountable for directing the activities and staff associated with the College, so that COB students receive best-in-class access to career preparation resources, and employment opportunities. Acts as liaison and coordinator between the Dean /COB and the local business and professional community.

1648-Assistant Professor Pharmacy Practice

Job #:  1648

A pharmacy practice faculty member (Assistant or Associate Professor) is responsible for the planning and delivery of assigned coursework within the School of Pharmacy.  The University values teaching as the primary endeavor with ever-escalating emphasis on research.  The faculty member is responsible to the Assistant Dean for Pharmacy Practice and is involved in the development, implementation, and maintenance of a pharmacy practice site to facilitate experiential training for PharmD candidates.  The practice site opportunity is developed in line with the interests of the faculty member to promote their professional growth and scholarly endeavors.  The faculty member will be actively engaged in the teaching, scholarship, and service missions of Pacific University.  The position is offered as a tenure track or an extended-term track appointment (40% or 60% teaching effort, respectively).  This is an 11 month, calendar year appointment.

1652-Assistant / Associate Professor, Tenure-Track

Job #:  1652

The School of Learning and Teaching (SLT), a unit within the College of Education (COE) at Pacific University, Oregon, invites applications for appointment to a 10-month, Tenure-Track Assistant/Associate Professor position, with a focus in Special Education, to teach across programs within the School. Based on the Forest Grove campus of Pacific University, the selected candidate will join a thriving community of teacher-scholars who are committed to the preparation and professional development of outstanding teachers and who strive to live the College’s vision of visionary practice, principled advocacy, and ethical action. Alongside teaching duties, the selected candidate will also play a role in developing and maintaining strong partnerships with our diverse K-12 partner schools and districts, advance a scholarly line of inquiry, and serve on professional and institutional committees.  

1655-Assistant Dean for Student Affairs

Job #:  1655

The Assistant Dean for Student Affairs (ADSA) reports to the Dean and serves on School of Pharmacy (School), College, and University committees. The ADSA is responsible for the oversight of student affairs (co-curricular student activities, orientation week, career fair, recognition ceremony, student progression, student senate, and student organizations) within the School.  The ADSA is responsible for managing the admissions process and student matriculation. In addition, the ADSA is responsible for faculty guidance regarding student advising and student organization advising.

1646-Dean, School of Graduate Psychology

Job #:  1646

The role of Dean requires a record of scholarly achievement, administrative leadership, program and resource development, excellence in teaching and practice, and financial management experience. The successful applicant will embrace models of broad and general graduate education and training that includes preparation in health service psychology. The next Dean will support faculty research and scholarly endeavors. The next Dean will be committed to curricular infusion of diversity, equity, and inclusion and will foster a multicultural climate.  The Dean will support the School’s endeavors to serve marginalized groups (e.g., through community-based research and clinical services), and will value student-centered learning, evidence-based practice, and interprofessional training. The position reports to Pacific’s Vice Provost and Executive Dean of the College of Health Professions.

1649-Assistant Professor of Optometry

Job #:  1649, 1653, 1654

Pacific University College of Optometry is seeking applicants for tenure-track and extended-term faculty positions for our OD, Applied Vision Science, and Graduate Vision Science programs with expertise in contact lenses, binocular vision, or primary care.  The successful candidates will have an OD degree and be eligible for licensure to practice optometry in the State of Oregon. Preference will be given to applicants with an advanced degree (PhD), residency/fellowship training, and/or advanced professional development. For applicants to our new Applied Vision Science program, fluency in both English and Chinese/Mandarin languages is desired.

1647-PCH Postdoctoral Resident

Job #:  1647

The School of Graduate Psychology (SGP) at Pacific University is seeking applicants for a full time 12-month Post-Doctoral Psychology Residency Position in its Latinx Psychology Emphasis (Sabiduría) in the Pacific Psychology and Comprehensive Health (PCH) Clinics, beginning August 2018. Sabiduría: Latinx Psychology Emphasis combines academic and clinical training experiences intended to prepare students to work with the Latinx community. For more information visit our website at http://www.pacificu.edu/sgp/clinical/sabiduria.cfm

1606-Assistant Professor School of Graduate Psychology

Job #:  1606

The School of Graduate Psychology (SGP) in the College of Health Professions at Pacific University Oregon is seeking applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level to begin in Fall 2018. We seek applicants with a doctorate in Community Psychology or Clinical Community Psychology to join the faculty of our MA/MS Program in Applied Psychological Science. Experience in applied research and formulation of collaborative community partnerships is desirable. Individuals with experience or research in diversity issues, including health or healthcare equity, are particularly encouraged to apply.  We are an academic community that is dedicated to cultural infusion and preparation of master’s students in applied psychological science with emphasis in either clinical or community-based research application. The successful candidate will teach, mentor students, offer university service, and conduct and supervise research, including any or all of the following: program evaluations, needs assessments, and community-based participatory projects.

1561-Assistant, Associate or Full Professor, Graduate Psychology

Job #:  1561

The School of Graduate Psychology (SGP) in the College of Health Professions at Pacific University Oregon is seeking applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in our Neuropsychology track, beginning Fall 2018. We seek applicants with a PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology and training in neuropsychology.  Our Neuropsychology track is modeled after Houston Conference Guidelines and students in the track complete seven classes in neuropsychology, yearly neuropsychology practica, and neuropsychology based research.  SGP is dedicated to cultural infusion and preparation of clinical psychology doctoral students to work as health service psychologists in a range of healthcare settings and roles. The successful candidate will join the Neuropsychology track, teach, mentor students, conduct and supervise research, and do clinical supervision in SGP’s training clinic. Candidates must be licensed or license eligible in Oregon.  

1607-Clinical Training Co-Director

Job #:  1607

The School of Graduate Psychology (SGP) in the College of Health Professions at Pacific University Oregon is seeking applicants for an extended term position* as a Director of Clinical Training in charge of practicum placements at the Associate Professor or Professor level, beginning Fall 2018. The candidate will work closely with the current Director of Clinical Training to support community placements for three programs.

Part-Time Adjunct Clinical Supervisor-Speech Language Pathology

From time-to-time the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders hires licensed speech-language pathologists in part-time positions to supervise graduate students within one of our community partner sites. Our needs vary with respect to specific clinical populations [range pre-school through geriatrics and diagnoses that include, but are not limited to: childhood speech and language disorders, cleft palate and craniofacial conditions, autism spectrum disorders, bilingual populations (Spanish), brain injury, stroke, dementia, voice and resonance, transgender speech and voice, and more]. Previous experience with supervision of graduate students or clinical fellows preferred. 

1593-Didactic Faculty, School of Physician Assistant Studies

Job #:  1593

Come join the faculty at an established and highly successful School of Physician Assistant Studies (SPA) in the beautiful Willamette Valley. Pacific University is seeking applicants for an extended term track or tenure track, Assistant Professor. SPA is housed within the College of Health Professions of Pacific University and is located in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon. The College of Health Professions is home to schools of audiology, dental health science, health care administration & leadership, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, and professional psychology. Opportunities for interprofessional collaboration are available and encouraged.