Part-time Assistant Professor in Occupational Therapy


Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program

Position Description

Rocky Mountain College, Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program invites applications for a part-time (20 hours per week), 12-month, clinical track faculty position to begin in August of 2019.


The faculty member is primarily responsible for teaching graduate-level pediatric courses, advising and mentoring students for research and doctoral experience; facilitating experiential/community-based components of the OTD curriculum; participating in program committees and other service activities that support the mission of the college. Faculty members are encouraged to engage in clinical practice, if applicable. 

Skills / Requirements

  • All full-time faculty teaching in the program must hold a masters or doctoral degree awarded by an institution that is accredited by a USDE-recognized regional accrediting body. The doctoral degree is not limited to a doctorate in occupational therapy.
  • Possess documented expertise in the content area he or she teaches i.e. pediatrics
  • Licensed/eligible for Montana OT licensure, if an occupational therapist
  • Knowledge/experience in OT education, scholarship, and research, strongly desired
  • Clinical experience in pediatric practice is required
  • Previous teaching experience/responsibilities at the post-baccalaureate level is desired
  • Knowledge of pediatric private practice and sensory integration is desired

Important Notes

Rocky Mountain College OTD Program is a 100% face-to-face program. Applicants who are interested in distance teaching will not be considered for this position.

To Apply

To apply, submit a letter of interest, résumé/CV, list of three (3) professional references and the Rocky Mountain College application. Submit required documents via email to or mail to:

Human Resources
Rocky Mountain College
1511 Poly Drive
Billings, Montana 59102-1796



As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, we encourage applications from individuals with disabilities, veterans, minorities, and women.

About Billings

Bound on the north and east by the 400-foot sandstone cliffs known as the Rimrocks, Billings boasts a climate that is mild year-round. The population is estimated at just over 140,000, which is large enough to offer plentiful entertainment, cultural, and employment options and small enough to maintain the safe, friendly, small-town feel that is its trademark. There are plenty of nearby towns and attractions that are well worth the drive:

  • Red Lodge is a 50-minute drive from Billings and is known for its great skiing and downtown shopping
  • World-famous Yellowstone National Park is a 2 hour and 35-minute drive
  • The Beartooth and Pryor Mountains are both within an hour's drive and are perfect for hiking, fishing, and camping
  • Big Sky Ski Resort and Moonlight Basin are both 3 hours from Billings
  • Bridger Bowl Ski Resort is 2 hours from Billings

For more information about Rocky Mountain College and the OTD program, please feel free to contact the Program Director at or visit our website and marketing video (below):