The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and Special Education in the Dewar College of Education and Human Services seeks qualified applicants for a non-tenure track, fiscal (12-month) faculty position at the rank of Lecturer (Clinical Educator/Supervisor). All Valdosta State University faculty share the responsibility of teaching courses at multiple levels as needed in their respective disciplines. To carry out our comprehensive mission, we seek faculty with the desire and ability to successfully engage students as they launch or continue their intellectual journey.
Responsibilities include teaching a combination of graduate and undergraduate courses and provide clinical supervision on and/or off campus. Serve on Departmental, College, and University committees as assigned. Service to the profession and community are expected.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers undergraduate and graduate programs of study that lead to a bachelor of science in education degrees, a master of education in communication disorders, and a clinical doctorate. Our diverse faculty is highly qualified and bring a variety of experiences to the academic and clinical environment. The department is also home to the Valdosta Speech & Hearing Clinic. The goal of the Clinic is to offer hearing evaluations, speech evaluations, and speech/language therapy to the community. Services are provided by graduate clinicians, who are supervised by licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologists.
Online application is required. Deadline for application is March 9, 2018. For more information contact Dr. Myers-Jennings, Head, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, via email firstname.lastname@example.org. VSU is an Equal Opportunity educational institution and has a strong institutional commitment to diversity. In that spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people, including, but not limited to, minorities, and individuals with disabilities. Valdosta State University has a non-discrimination policy that includes sex, race, color, sexual orientation, religion, age, marital status, national origin, disability, and veteran status.
Required qualifications include:
Master’s degree or ABD in Speech/Language Pathology, Communication Sciences & Disorders, or closely related field;
Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) and eligibility for Georgia state license in speech-language pathology;
A minimum of three years of service in public schools, Health Sciences, or teaching at the university level;
A demonstrated expertise in technology use and integration for teaching;
A demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching and learning;
A commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Preferred qualifications include:
Experience working in a clinical environment or school environment.
Expertise in language 0-5, school age disorders, and knowledge of Children with Autism and Assistive Technology.
Knowledge of Web-based teaching and course development experience.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience and credentials.
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About Valdosta State University
Valdosta State University is a regional university within the University System of Georgia located in Valdosta, Georgia. The College of Education includes eight departments and is accredited by NCATE with the University accredited by SACS. Enrollment is approximately 13,000 students with nearly one-third majoring in education. Valdosta is a city of approximately 50,000 located just north of the Florida state line on Interstate 75.