The Department of Communication at Rhode Island College invites applications for a full-time, tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor for Fall 2019 to teach and develop courses in the Speech, Language, and Hearing Science (SLHS) concentration. Final appointment is subject to available funding.
The Department of Communication serves approximately 350 majors in Media Communication, Public and Professional Communication, PR/Ad, and Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences. Join a forward-looking and collegial department in a well-regarded regional institution with great traditions and dynamic culture. The Greater Providence metropolitan area offers easy access to the East Coast cultural centers, ocean shore, parks and forests, and many options for urban or suburban life styles. Established in 1854, Rhode Island College is a comprehensive mid-size institution of approximately 9,000 students.
The Assistant Professor, Communication, Speech, Language, and Hearing Science will teach and develop courses including introductory and advanced level SLHS courses as well as assist with student advising.
- Ph.D.* in Speech-Language Pathology, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Audiology, Linguistics or related field
- ABD considered and professional experience as appropriate to the individual discipline
*NOTE: If no successful candidate is identified, applicants holding a master’s degree in Speech Pathology with CCC may be considered for a one-year limited term appointment.
- Experience in Speech Pathology or Audiology and evidence of effective teaching.
This position is open until filled.
For a full job description, which include additional responsibilities and requirements for the position and application procedures, see https://employment.ric.edu/. Candidates must apply on-line, using Rhode Island College’s PeopleAdmin Applicant Tracking system.
As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution that values and is committed to inclusion and expanding the diversity of its faculty and staff, the College invites members of protected classes, including minorities and persons with disabilities, to identify themselves as such at the time of application.