The Department of Hearing & Speech Sciences invites applications for a part-time/full-time clinical faculty member (Assistant) beginning immediately.
Primary responsibilities include: clinical education of graduate and undergraduate students engaged in practicum in Audiology and provision of direct clinical services; potential for teaching courses within the Department; developing new clinical initiatives; and opportunities for collaboration with research faculty. Clinical faculty members are expected to participate in departmental activities, including committee service. Salary commensurate with experience; full benefits included.
Applicants should have a minimum of 3-5 years of experience working in the field of Audiology where they have demonstrated qualities of independence and leadership. Applicants with previous experience in clinical teaching or teaching classes in a university setting will be given preference. Hearing aid expertise and evidence of a diverse background of clinical experiences (including, but not limited to evaluations, electrophysiologic measures, tinnitus, or assistive technology) is preferred. Minimum qualifications include: Au.D. degree in Audiology, ASHA CCC-A, eligibility for Maryland Audiologist licensure. The Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences is committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community. Candidates who have experience working with a diverse range of faculty, staff, and students, and who can contribute to the climate of inclusivity and collaboration are encouraged to identify their experiences in these areas.
Internal Number: 119273
About University of Maryland
The mission of the Department of Hearing & Speech Sciences is to provide state-of-the-art teaching, research, and clinical services in the areas of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. Our department is recognized as one of the top-ranked Graduate Programs by U.S. News and World Report (America's Best Graduate Schools 2017). Our program is ranked 17th and our speech-language pathology program is ranked 20th. Both programs are in the top 10% of graduate programs in the discipline nationwide. The Department's Hearing and Speech Clinic provides speech, language, and hearing services for individuals with communication disorders across the life span. The Audiology clinic’s current services, include diagnostic audiologic evaluations, fitting of hearing aids and assistive technology, cochlear implant mapping and follow-up, tinnitus evaluation and management, and auditory processing evaluations. The clinic includes a Language-Learning Early-Advantage Program (LEAP), which offers communication enrichment for children between the ages of three and five and especially welcomes children with speech and/or language delays only or children learning English as a second language.