Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) or Instructor (Regular Non-Tenure Track) Department of Communication Disorders College of Health and Human Services
The faculty member will teach graduate and/or undergraduate courses based on departmental need, interests, and areas of expertise. In addition, the faculty member may provide clinical supervision as part of the teaching load. The typical teaching load for Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) will be 12 hours instructional/supervisory load per semester with 3 additional hours for research and service. The typical teaching load for Instructor (Regular: Non-Tenure Track) will be 15 hours of instructional/supervision load per semester. All faculty members are expected to engage in professional development and teaching enhancement activities; provide departmental, college, and university service including advising; and engage in scholarly activity. Engagement in scholarly or service activities beyond the university setting is encouraged as part of the professional portfolio.
Doctorate in Audiology or Communication Disorders (emphasis/degree in audiology or speech-language pathology) or related field required for Tenure Track position. Will also consider a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology with ongoing progress toward or written commitment to begin a doctorate in communication disorders or related field required for RNTT position. Once the doctoral degree is conferred, the RNTT position will automatically be converted to tenure track. (Degrees must be from a regionally accredited or internationally accredited/government certified university.)
Certificate of Clinical Competence in the area of specialization (Audiology or Speech-Language Pathology) and possess or be eligible for Missouri licensure
Demonstrated expertise in, interest in, and willingness to teach a variety of courses from among the following: audiology, hearing anatomy, aural rehabilitation, speech and hearing science, and/or multicultural issues in communication disorders
Demonstrated effectiveness in teaching, scholarship, and service
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with students, staff, and community
Demonstrated effective communication skills
Demonstrated commitment to collegiality when interacting with others within the University community
Demonstrated commitment to a diverse work environment, including working with multi-cultural populations and an understanding of, and sensitivity to, issues affecting women and minorities
As a public regional university with a graduate mission, Southeast seeks candidates with a commitment to excellent undergraduate and graduate education and student success within the framework of the teacher-scholar model. Applications of instructional technology and pedagogical research are supported through the Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning and the Office of Online Learning. Successful candidates will contribute to the development of innovative curricula and delivery strategies, including traditional, blended, and online formats; and, participate in initiatives promoting student success, retention, and degree completion.
Application Deadline: The position is available August 1, 2017. To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by June 1, 2017.
Letter of interest addressing all position requirements
Current curriculum vita
Copy of applicable certification (CCC-SLP) and copy of current license (if available)
Unofficial copies of transcripts (official copies required for employment)
Names and contact information for three professional references
Departmental Information: The Department of Communication Disorders includes 7 full-time and 2 part-time faculty members serving 120 undergraduate and 30 graduate students. The graduate program is CAA accredited in speech-language pathology. The department website may be accessed at http://www.semo.edu/commdisorders/.
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