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SPEECH PATH AND AUDIOLOGY - Faculty-Speech Path/Audiology

Job Classification

  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Position summary

Associate professor of Speech-Language Pathology will teach graduate and undergraduate level courses in Speech-Language Pathology.  

Qualifications summary

Research Ph.D. in Speech-Language Pathology or its equivalent Preferred/MS in Speech-Language Pathology will be considered 

Valid Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC/SLP)

University teaching experience preferred

Commitment to team work and collegiality 

Excellent Interpersonal Skills

Technological proficiency (word, excel, powerpoint, interactive whiteboard, moodle)

Duties and responsibilities

Teach graduate and undergraduate courses in area(s) of expertise

Advise students, and direct student research

Provide service to the department, school and university as well as the field of speech-language pathology

Advise and mentor students

Participate in research/scholarly activities and service

Contribute to the continued development of the Master's Program in Speech-Language Pathology

Supervisory responsibilities

N/A

Qualifications

Research Ph.D. in Speech-Language Pathology or its equivalent

MS in Speech-Language Pathology will be considered

Valid Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC/SLP)

University teaching experience preferred

Commitment to team work and collegiality 

Excellent Interpersonal Skills

Technological proficiency (word, excel, powerpoint, interactive whiteboard, moodle)

Technical competencies

Able to use Open Source Learning Platform such has "Moodle" or "Blackboard"

Microsoft Office Suite 



Interactive Whiteboard software 



Apple IPad/Mac  



Comfortable with assistive technology devices 

Interpersonal interactions

Must be comfortable interacting with students in an advisory role including course and academic guidance, research collaboration, and mentoring.

Must be comfortable interacting with faculty peers and the community. 

 

Physical demands



Work environment

The Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Suite and on campus classrooms.