This 9-month faculty position provides support to the undergraduate Communication Disorders/Speech Language Pathology program in the College of Education. The successful candidate will teach speech-language pathology and communication disorders courses in the Department of Administration and Instructional Services. Other duties include, but are not limited to, supporting data collection, analysis, and report writing for accreditation agencies (e.g., Southern Association of Colleges and Schools), advising undergraduate candidates, supervising candidates in internships, participating in the recruitment of prospective candidates, supporting with the cultivation of new relationships with K-12 public school districts, independent schools, medical facilities, private practices, and corporations, and rendering service to the Department, College of Education, the University, the Community-at-large, and professional organizations.
We seek an ambitious emergent scholar with demonstrated success in undergraduate teaching who is invested in the Communication Sciences Disorders discipline. The successful candidate will help the university recognize its 2020 Pre-eminence goals by producing manuscript publications in top-tier peer-reviewed journals in the discipline area, procurement of extramural grant funds that support innovative initiatives and programs, and presentations at well-respected international and national conferences or meetings. The candidate is expected to remain current in discipline area content, effective pedagogical practices, and professional organization standards.
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The vision of the College of Education is to become a recognized national leader in the advancement of research and practice on equity, access, and advocacy through the preparation of scholars, practitioners, and innovators. Faculty in the College strive to prepare educational and human service leaders who create, use, and share knowledge in local, state, national, and global communities. Faculty instill in candidates a lifelong passion for public service while emphasizing the importance of collaboration with key stakeholders. The College consists of four academic units. This position is housed in the Department of Administration and Instructional Services, which prepares professionals as school principals, educational executives, speech professionals, instructional technologists, and reading specialists by focusing on philosophical, theoretical, methodological, and practical foundations.
Internal job number: 000848
The position requires an earned doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Special Education or closely related field at the time of anticipated appointment date. Must have demonstrated teaching and knowledge in phonetics, speech sound disorders, language disorders, voice disorders, neurologically based communication disorders, and computer applications in communication sciences and disorders. Other areas of expertise will be considered, must articulate a focused research agenda in speech language pathology, communication sciences and disorders, early interventions. services, special education services in the public schools or other closely related fields. Other areas of expertise will be considered. Candidate must articulate a focused research agenda in speech-pathology, communication sciences and disorders, early interventions. services, special education services in the public schools or other closely related fields.
Preference will be given to applicants with demonstrated competence in one or more of the following areas: undergraduate/graduate teaching (faculty/TA), Certificate of Clinical Competence – Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP), online education, dysphagia, working with diverse cultural-linguistic communities, evidence-based practice, or clinical supervision.
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