Coordinates the activities of the Central Panel; prepares
materials for panel business and program review and all follow up
Provides information and counsel to the Central Panel and CAPTE
related to the changing higher education context and its
implications for accreditation.
Manages the preaccreditation processes conducted by the Central
Panel, including assignment of Candidacy and CAPTE reviewers.
Monitors the accreditation and higher education environment for
changes that might require modification of CAPTE processes and
Consults with institutions and program officials related to
CAPTE candidacy and accreditation decisions.
Plans and delivers Developing Program Workshops; participates
in the delivery of Self Study Workshops and On-site Reviewer
Physical Therapist and doctoral degree preferred
Advanced degree or equivalent combination of education and
10+ years in professional level related position
Executive level experience/expertise in accreditation
Broad experience in programmatic accreditation of health
Excellent interpersonal skills, including competency with
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Experience in organizational leadership and management
Ability to be mobile.
Travel time required: 15%
Equal Opportunity Employer. Employer Principals
Only. No phone calls please. Position is located in
Not eligible for remote work.
Please send resume and cover letter with salary
requirements when applying.
American Physical Therapy Association is an equal
opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected
veteran status or any other characteristic protected by
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