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Assistant Professor position at University of Wisconsin

We are seeking a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls (UWRF) in the area of adult neurogenic language and cognitive disorders, adult motor speech disorders, dysphagia, AAC, and/or voice and resonance disorders. The position includes teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, clinical supervision of graduate students, research, and service. More information can be found at: https://jobs.uwrf.edu/postings/7513

WVU Faculty Searches

See below for 3 faculty positions at West Virginia University:

 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
DIVISION OF COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

 

The Department of Human Performance, Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders at West Virginia University (WVU) is seeking a full-time, non-tenure track (12-month) Assistant Professor to contribute to a well-established program with a tradition of excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service.  The successful candidate will contribute to the mission of WVU and the programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders housed within the School of Medicine.

The successful candidate will provide high-quality teaching, coordinate the clinical training of graduate students in audiology and speech-language pathology, and oversee clinical placements of students on and off campus. Primary responsibilities will be to coordinate the clinical training experiences of professional graduate students, including participation in interprofessional education and practice. This faculty member will coordinate and align the evaluation of supervision activities on and off campus while developing and overseeing opportunities for continuing education of clinical supervisors and academic instructors of clinical courses. This faculty member will have expertise in the scholarship of teaching and learning for the field of communication sciences and disorders so as to develop and establish a professional development program for on- and off-campus clinical supervisors. The faculty member will contribute to a department culture of collegiality, collaboration, and trust, will promote and demonstrate innovation and resourcefulness, and will seek to promote partnerships within the university, community, and state. Active engagement in division, department, university, and professional service activities is also expected.

Applicants must meet the following criteria for consideration:

  • Clinical SLP or AuD degree, preference for candidates with graduate education specific to the scholarship of teaching and learning and/or clinical education or professional experience within these areas
  • Eligible for a West Virginia Audiology or Speech-Language Pathology license
  • Supervisory experience and potential for publications related to the scholarship of teaching and learning in clinical training
  • Maintain a clinical practice

All qualifications must be met by the time of the appointment.

West Virginia University is a land grant Carnegie-designated Doctoral Research/ Extensive institution, with approximately 32,500 students, including 27,000 undergraduate and 5,500 graduate/professional students. The WVU Health Sciences Center includes the Schools of Pharmacy, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health and Nursing. Morgantown is within easy traveling distance of Washington, DC, to the east, Pittsburgh, PA, to the north, and Cleveland and Columbus, OH, to the northwest.  Morgantown is a diverse and welcoming community of 55,000 residents and is rated as one of the best small towns in the U.S., with affordable housing, excellent schools, a picturesque countryside and many outdoor activities.

First consideration will be given to applications received by February 28, 2021. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. The appointment date is negotiable, with the goal to have the successful candidate identified no later than May 31, 2021.

Applicants should apply at: https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/faculty/jobdetail.ftl?job=16269  with a letter of interest describing teaching philosophy and experience, current CV, and contact information, including e-mail addresses for three professional references.

West Virginia University is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer, and is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. The University values diversity among its faculty, staff, and students, and invites applications from all qualified applicants regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, nationality, genetics, disability, or Veteran status.

AUDIOLOGY ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
DIVISION OF COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

 

The Department of Human Performance, Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders at West Virginia University (WVU) is seeking a full-time, tenure track (12-month) Assistant Professor of Audiology to contribute to a well-established program with a tradition of excellence in teaching, scholarship and service at the Assistant Professor rank.  The successful candidate will contribute to the mission of WVU and the program in Communication Sciences and Disorders housed within the School of Medicine.

The successful candidate will provide high-quality teaching, establish a funded research program, direct student research and participate in clinical practice.  Specifically, the successful candidate will participate in area(s) of scholarship appropriate to areas of expertise leading to peer-reviewed publications and external funding.  In addition, the faculty member will provide instruction to students at the undergraduate and graduate level.  Individuals with expertise in cochlear implants, pediatric (re)habilitation, adult audiologic (re)habilitation, and vestibular assessment and intervention, but expertise in all aspects of the field of Audiology will be considered. The successful candidate will also participate in dissemination of research findings in various formats including regional, national, and international conference podiums and posters, and peer-reviewed journals; contribute to a department culture of collegiality, collaboration, and trust; will promote and demonstrate innovation and resourcefulness, and will seek to promote partnerships within the department, community, and other related programs.  Active engagement in departmental, university, and professional service activities is also expected.

Applicants must meet the following criteria for consideration:

  • PhD, or EdD required completion by August 1, 2021
  • West Virginia Audiology license or eligible for a West Virginia Audiology license
  • Record of publications or potential to obtain a record of scholarly work

All qualifications must be met by the time of the appointment.

 

West Virginia University is a land grant Carnegie-designated Doctoral Research/Extensive institution, with approximately 32,500 students, including 27,000 undergraduate and 5,500 graduate/professional students. The WVU Health Sciences Center includes the Schools of Pharmacy, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health and Nursing. Morgantown is within easy traveling distance of Washington, DC, to the east, Pittsburgh, PA, to the north, and Cleveland and Columbus, OH, to the northwest.  Morgantown is a diverse and welcoming community of 55,000 residents and is rated as one of the best small towns in the U.S., with affordable housing, excellent schools, a picturesque countryside and many outdoor activities.

First consideration will be given to applications received by February 28, 2021.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  The appointment date is negotiable, with the goal to have the successful candidate identified no later than May 31, 2021.

 

Applicants should apply at:  https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/faculty/jobdetail.ftl?job=16271  with a cover letter of interest describing teaching philosophy and experience, current CV, and contact information, including e-mail addresses for three professional references.

West Virginia University is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer, and is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. The University values diversity among its faculty, staff, and students, and invites applications from all qualified applicants regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, nationality, genetics, disability, or Veteran status.

SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
DIVISION OF COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

 

The Department of Human Performance, Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders at West Virginia University (WVU) is seeking a full-time, tenure track (12-month) Assistant Professor of Speech-Language Pathology to contribute to a well-established program with a tradition of excellence in teaching, scholarship and service. The successful candidate will contribute to the mission of WVU and the program in Communication Sciences and Disorders housed within the School of Medicine.

The successful candidate will provide high-quality teaching and direct a research program, mentor student research, and participate in clinical practice.  Individuals with expertise in speech sound disorders, acquired language disorders, dysphagia, and/or augmentative and alternative communication are encouraged to apply but all applications will be reviewed. Specifically, the successful candidate will participate in scholarship appropriate to areas of expertise leading to peer-reviewed publications and external funding. In addition, the faculty member will provide instruction to students at the undergraduate and graduate level.  The successful candidate will also participate in dissemination of research findings in various formats including regional, national, and international conference podiums and posters, and peer-reviewed journals; contribute to a department culture of collegiality, collaboration, and trust; promote and demonstrate innovation and resourcefulness; and seek to promote partnerships within the department, community, and other related programs.  Active engagement in departmental, university, and professional service activities is also expected.

Applicants must meet the following criteria for consideration:

  • PhD completed no later than August 1, 2021
  • Has or is eligible for a West Virginia Speech-Language Pathology license
  • Current ASHA Certification (CCC-SLP) or ability to obtain CCC-SLP prior to starting
  • Record of publications commiserate with experience
  • Participate in research clinical practice

 

All qualifications must be met by the time of the appointment.

West Virginia University is a land grant Carnegie-designated Doctoral Research/Extensive institution, with approximately 32,500 students, including 27,000 undergraduate and 5,500 graduate/professional students. The WVU Health Sciences Center includes the Schools of Pharmacy, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health and Nursing. Morgantown is within easy traveling distance of Washington, DC, to the east, Pittsburgh, PA, to the north, and Cleveland and Columbus, OH, to the northwest.  Morgantown is a diverse and welcoming community of 55,000 residents and is rated as one of the best small towns in the U.S., with affordable housing, excellent schools, a picturesque countryside and many outdoor activities.

First consideration will be given to applications received by February 28, 2021.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  The appointment date is negotiable, with the goal to have the successful candidate identified no later than May 31, 2021.

 

Applicants should apply at:  https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/faculty/jobdetail.ftl?job=16270  with a cover letter of interest describing teaching philosophy and experience, current CV, and contact information, including e-mail addresses for three professional references.

West Virginia University is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer, and is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. The University values diversity among its faculty, staff, and students, and invites applications from all qualified applicants regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, nationality, genetics, disability, or Veteran status.

Tenure-track assistant professor of speech-language pathology at Springfield College, Massachusetts

The Springfield College Department of Health Sciences invites applications for a full-time nine-month tenure-track faculty position in Communication Sciences and Disorders/Speech-Language Pathology at the Assistant

Professor level, beginning August 2021. Successful candidates will have an earned doctorate in communication sciences and disorders or a related field.
The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in speech-language pathology or a related field, a specialty in adult disorders (neurogenic communication disorders, aphasia, dementia, motor speech disorders, or dysphagia), a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Massachusetts licensure (or ability to obtain licensure) in speech-language pathology, and teaching experience. Previous experience in
program development and expertise in aging/gerontology will also be welcome.
Springfield College offers an undergraduate major in Communication Sciences and Disorders, which prepares students for graduate study in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, and for Massachusetts licensure as a speech-language pathology assistant (SLPA). The new hire will play a vital role in the establishment of a new master’s program in speech-language pathology. The primary responsibilities are teaching, mentoring, advising, and clinical supervision of students. Additional responsibilities include scholarship and service to the School,
College, and profession.

The School of Health Sciences includes programs in Physician Assistant Studies, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Health Sciences. Interdisciplinary collaboration, professionalism, engaged student learning, as well as global, intergenerational, and multicultural perspectives are priorities of the School.
Founded in 1885, Springfield College is a private, coeducational institution offering undergraduate and graduate programs that reflect its distinctive Humanics Philosophy – the education of the whole person in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to humanity. For more information, please visit the College’s homepage at
http://www.springfieldcollege.edu. Springfield College is committed to enhancing diversity and equity in education and employment. To that end, the College welcomes candidates from all backgrounds and lived experiences, who will contribute to a culture of inclusion and respect. For more information about Springfield College’s position on diversity and inclusion, please visit our Office of Inclusion and Community Engagement at
https://springfield.edu/inclusion-and-community-engagement.

To apply, please go to the following link:
https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1210401&d=ExternalCareerSite
Application reviews will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

Academic Positions Available

Asst. Prof. of Communication Disorders (Speech Language P…
North Carolina A & T State University
College of Health and Human Sciences
Greensboro, NC,    United States
Date Posted: Jan. 9, 2020

https://www.AcademicKeys.com/r?job=135961&o=1706296&t=HE201207m-6e

 

Speech Pathologist Clinical Supervisor (38970)
University of North Texas (38970)
UNT-Audiology & Speech – Lang Path-135370
Denton, TX,    United States
Date Posted: Aug. 12, 2020

https://www.AcademicKeys.com/r?job=145468&o=1706296&t=HE201207m-8e

 

Speech Pathologist Clinical Supervisor (38969)
University of North Texas
UNT-Audiology & Speech – Lang Path-135370
Denton, TX,    United States
Date Posted: Aug. 12, 2020

https://www.AcademicKeys.com/r?job=145469&o=1706296&t=HE201207m-8e

 

Communication Sci. and Disorders Non-Tenure Track Instruc…
Temple University College of Public Health
Communications Sciences and Disorders
Philadelphia, PA,    United States
Date Posted: Oct. 27, 2020

https://www.AcademicKeys.com/r?job=148315&o=1706296&t=HE201207m-6e

 

Adjunct Assoc. Professor, Speech Language Patholog…
San Joaquin Delta Community College District
Stockton, CA,    United States
Date Posted: Nov. 30, 2020

https://www.AcademicKeys.com/r?job=150430&o=1706296&t=HE201207m-8e

Whitewater Assistant Professor Job Posting

The Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders at The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is currently searching for an Assistant ProfessorApplicants for this position should have earned a Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders or a related field by the start date, August 2021.

See the job posting below for more information.

https://www.uww.edu/employment/academic-staff-instructional/posting?listing=1983

Non-UW Doctoral Funding Opportunity (AZ)

Fund your 4-year PhD in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences and get multicultural research training! Accepting students for 2020-2021 and 2021-2022!!!

Apply to our new program: Preparing Researchers in early Intervention for children with Disabilities from multicultural Environments (PRIDE).

This is a collaborative grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education to prepare doctoral students as researchers and future faculty with expertise in early assessment and intervention for children with disabilities from culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) backgrounds. This program is a collaboration between Arizona State University and the University of Arizona. Faculty from both sites will train and mentor students in research.

This opportunity is perfect for people who already have their CCCs.

Students accepted into PRIDE will receive a tuition waiver, stipend, health insurance, and funding to attend professional conferences.

 

To find out more, contact:

Dr. Nancy Scherer,
nancy.scherer@asu.edu

Dr. Laida Restrepo,
laida.restrepo@asu.edu

Dr. Mary Alt,
malt@email.arizona.edu

Dr. Leah Fabiano-Smith,
leahfabianosmith@email.arizona.edu

 

SLP Position at the Haring Center EEU

Position: Educator II
Title: Speech Language Pathologist
Academic Year: August 1 – June 30

General Information
Created in 2009, the Norris and Dorothy Haring Center for Research and Training in Inclusive Education grew out of 40 years of groundbreaking work in special education at the Experimental Education Unit. At the Haring Center, families, researchers, and students work closely on their shared mission of providing high quality inclusive early learning services for children with and without disabilities, for children of many social, economic, cultural, ideological, racial and ethnic backgrounds, and for their families. The Haring Center is proud to be a leader in developing, implementing, evaluating, and disseminating strategies to help children of all abilities and backgrounds succeed, all teachers to be effective, and all caregivers feel confident and competent. The Haring Center’s commitment to inclusion leads them to invest in recruiting colleagues who demonstrate experience with, knowledge of, and sensitivity to the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse populations and centering the voices of those from marginalized communities.

The Experimental Education Unit (EEU) at the Haring Center is a comprehensive early childhood center providing inclusive educational services for families and children with and without disabilities from birth through kindergarten. The EEU is committed to creating a more inclusive world by being life-long learners, celebrating diversity, focusing on children and their families, & bringing joy to our community. They believe that an inclusive and equitable community can only be achieved by addressing ongoing inequities in access, service delivery, and outcomes. Services are provided to children and families through a transdisciplinary approach characterized by collaboration in which professionals share their discipline specific information and skills with other members of the team including the family. This position reports directly to the principal of the Experimental Education Unit.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include:
To work as a transdisciplinary team member serving children with disabilities the Experimental Education Unit.

  • Provide assessment, diagnostic services, and therapy;
  • Develop and implement programs to meet the needs of children with a variety of communication needs;
  • Serve as consultant to classroom teachers in their classroom management of communication and language programs;
  • Record communication behaviors, analyze data, plan programs based on data, and measure progress;
  • Attend team meetings, share expertise, and contribute to the problem solving process;
  • Supervise and provide training for University students.

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in speech pathology with emphasis on communication and language disorders; doctoral student preferred;
  • American Speech and Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence, preferred;
  • Washington Certification ESA;
  • Observation and data collection skills;
  • Experience working with children with developmental delays preferred.

Desirable qualifications:

  • Maintain a “problem solving” attitude
  • Work with other team members in a cooperative and positive fashion
  • Seek feedback and utilize suggestions to improve performance

How to apply:
To be considered for a position as an SLP at the Experimental Education Unit, each applicant will need to submit (1) cover letter, (2) resume, and (3) three letters of recommendation via email to eeuweb@u.washington.edu.

Review of applications will begin upon receipt. Late applications will not be reviewed.

UF is Recruiting Ph.D Students

Potential Ph.D. Students Invited to Apply!

The University of Florida Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (SLHS) is actively recruiting enthusiastic and well-qualified applicants for the Ph.D. program.  This program prepares graduates to do state-of-the-art research in a variety of the sub-fields of communication sciences and disorders using many different methodologies. Mentors in both Audiology and Speech/Language are available. Former students have had a strong record of finding high-profile post-doctoral fellowships and faculty positions.

Program Description:

Ph.D. students in this department earn the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Sciences, and typically finish the program in about 4 years. The Rehabilitation Sciences program at UF includes Ph.D. students from SLHS, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy. The advantage of this program is that students are immersed in interdisciplinary research and collaboration from the beginning of their programs. Students receive comprehensive training in theory, analysis, and dissemination of their research, as well as in-depth research experience in their chosen area of interest.  All accepted Ph.D. students receive a stipend, tuition waiver, and health insurance.

Location:

Their department and the Rehabilitation Sciences degree program, which are part of the College of Public Health and Health Professions, are situated within the bustling UF Health Science Center, which also includes the Colleges of Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Dentistry, and Veterinary Medicine, as well as UFHealth-Shands Hospital.  UF is currently ranked #8 among state universities, and is located in beautiful Gainesville, Florida. Gainesville is great place to live. It has a relatively low cost-of-living, affordable housing, and a high quality of life, leading it to be listed #38 in the 100 Best Places to Live in America 2018. Commutes are short, with most faculty and staff living within 10 miles of campus, and most students living even closer. Gainesville has a lively cultural scene and is surrounded by beautiful parks and wildlife sanctuaries.

Application:

Priority will be given to applications completed by December 7, 2019.  For more information, please contact Dr. Lori Altmann, Ph.D. Program Director (laltmann@ufl.edu), who will be available to meet with potential Ph.D. students at ASHA.

 

Open-Rank Positions at the Callier Center/University of Texas at Dallas (UTD)

The Callier Center/University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) has three new open-rank positions available!

In addition to basic and applied research programs in hearing, speech and language, and neurophysiological (including motor speech) domains, the Callier Center for Communication Disorders houses strong clinical programs in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, and patient care facilities. 

The Callier Center facilities are spread across two campuses, in the Dallas Medical District (adjacent to the UT Southwestern Medical Center), and on the main UT Dallas campus in Richardson (adjacent to Psychology and Neurobiology). The Callier Center contains state-of-the-art translational research facilities and an extraordinary network of interdisciplinary collaborations and resources. Excellent magnetic resonance imaging facilities are available at an inter-institutional imaging center adjacent to the Callier Center in the Medical District.

UTD is a Tier One Institution and the fastest growing university in Texas.  The University offers competitive salaries and generous start-up packages. 

Their School, Behavioral and Brain Sciences (BBS), houses a dynamic and collaborative research community in speech, language, hearing, psychology, and neurobiology.  BBS Faculty are active participants in a number of school-related research centers, including the Callier Center for Communication Disorders (the home of the Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences faculty) as well as the Center for Vital Longevity, the Center for BrainHealth, the Texas Biomedical Device Center, the Center for Children and Families, and the Center for Advanced Pain Studies.  The Dallas-Fort Worth area is an international hub with a strong economy, vibrant cultural atmosphere, world-class sports and entertainment, and nationally ranked public schools.

Application:

Applicants from all areas of speech, language, and hearing sciences will be considered. Priority will be given to candidates with a research focus in the following areas:

  • Age-related changes in hearing
  • Language disorders, emphasizing learning and remediation
  • Speech motor function and/or computational neuroscience, particularly technology-intensive investigation.

Applicants should hold a PhD in a relevant field (e.g., Communication Sciences and Disorders; Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences; Computer Science; Engineering; Neuroscience; and/or Psychology) and show evidence of a dynamic and productive research program with clear record of or potential for funding.

Applicants should submit:

  • A letter of application
  • Curriculum vitae
  • A statement of current and future research
  • A statement of teaching philosophy and experience
  • Teaching evaluations
  • The full contact information for at least three professional references

Materials should be submitted via the online application form at http://jobs.utdallas.edu/postings/13167.

For more information about these positions, please see the attached files:

SLHS New Position Flyer and SLHS Job Posting.