University of Scranton
University of Scranton
Physical Therapy Lab Assistant
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The University of Scranton’s Department of Physical Therapy has an ongoing need for laboratory assistants in its DPT program. Lab assistants may aid faculty in lab courses on an “as needed” basis
Assist faculty to demonstrate, supervise and offer feedback to students who are learning a variety of clinical skills and other relevant foundational science applications.
Additional Skills Required:
Licensed physical therapist as indicated in clinical skills labs; Experience with technical lab procedures (e.g., human anatomy, kinesiology, applied neuroscience) as indicated in relevant applied science labs.
Minimum Education Requirements:
Masterâ€™s degree in Physical Therapy or related health care or life science field
DPT or earned academic doctorate (e.g. PhD, EdD) in physical therapy or a related field.
Minimum Job Experience Requirements:
Full Time/Part Time:
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