Requisition: F1800418 Open Date: 11/26/2018 Review Date: 01/02/2019 Job Category: Faculty Department: Communicative Disorders & Deaf Educ College/Unit: E Eccles Jones Coll of Ed & Hum Svs Location: Logan Campus Posting Duration: Open Until Filled
Position Summary: The Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education at Utah State University invites applications for a tenure-track, nine-month academic year position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level (depending on qualifications) beginning August 2019. Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, maintaining a strong program of research, and participating in department and university service. The successful candidate will join a dynamic audiology program committed to quality interdisciplinary collaboration and service delivery for individuals across the lifespan. Review of applicants will begin January 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.
Conduct and publish research in area of interest; start-up support is provided. Competitive internal university grand funds are available.
Obtain and conduct extramurally-funded research.
Teach two courses per semester. Course releases are negotiable with external funding.
Mentor undergraduate and graduate students.
Serve on and chair graduate student research committees.
Provide service to university, community, state, and profession.
Dept/College Highlights: The Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education in the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services includes more than 40 research and clinical faculty, academic instructors, and student advisors in the divisions of Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, and Deaf Education. The department head's work is supported by three division chairs and a strong cadre of administrative staff. The department offers campus and online bachelor's degrees in communicative disorders, campus and outreach master's degrees in speech-language pathology and deaf education, a clinical doctorate in Audiology. The department offers a non-clinical master's degree and strands in audiology and speech-language pathology in the interdisciplinary PhD program in Disability Disciplines. The department is also part of the interdisciplinary PhD program in Neuroscience. The department includes full-service speech and hearing clinics that will be housed in the new Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence, an American Sign Language lab, and a Listening and Spoken Language program (Sound Beginnings) for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. These serve as practicum sites for graduate training for all three divisions. Research faculty benefit from state-of-the-art facilities with attractive research start-up, college level grant management and statistical support, and competitive internal university research funding.
Utah State University is in Logan, a small city located in a county of approximately 120,000 inhabitants, 80 miles north of Salt Lake City. It is situated within the scenic high mountains of Cache Valley. Logan is a family-oriented community with a reasonable cost of living. Outdoor activities include excellent hiking, biking, skiing, and water sports. Regional locations of interest include Yellowstone National Park and Jackson Hole, Wyoming to the north and the red rock country of Arches National Park and Moab to the south.
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications Assistant Professor
An earned doctorate in Audiology, Hearing Science, or a related field. Applicants who have completed all requirements for the doctoral degree, except for defense of the final dissertation, will be considered (all degree requirements must be completed by August 1, 2019).
Evidence of the ability to develop a research program that can be supported by external funding.
Evidence of the ability to be an excellent university instructor.
Demonstrate a commitment to collaboration.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Associate Professor The following in addition to the minimum qualifications listed above for Assistant Professor:
Established program of research as evidenced by a consistent record of peer reviewed publications, on average a minimum of two per year during the preceding six years.
Evidence of success in obtaining extramural funding.
Evidence of demonstrated teaching effectiveness (e.g., student course evaluations).
Funded line of programmatic research.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Certification (CCC-A).
Eligible to be a licensed audiologist in the state of Utah.
Opportunity Type: Full-time w/benefits package Percent of Time or Hours per Week: 100% Advertised Salary: Commensurate with education and experience, plus excellent benefits.
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