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Marshall University is a public comprehensive university with a rich history as one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in West Virginia. Founded in 1837 and named after Chief Justice John Marshall, definer of the Constitution, Marshall University advances the public good through innovative, accredited educational programs. We are located in downtown Huntington, West Virginia, with additional locations in South Charleston, Point Pleasant, Teays Valley and Beckley. Marshall University’s mission, inspired by our Vision and Creed, includes a commitment to:
- Offer a wide range of high quality, affordable, and accessible undergraduate, graduate, and professional education that prepares students to think, learn, work, and live in an evolving global society.
- Create opportunities and experiences to foster understanding and appreciation of the rich diversity of thought and culture.
- Maintain a dynamic intellectual, artistic, and cultural life by promoting and supporting research and creative activities by undergraduates, graduates, and faculty.
- Contribute to the quality of life of the community, region, and beyond through applied research, economic development, health care, and cultural enrichment.
- Cultivate the development of an inclusive, just, and equitable community.
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We are committed to attracting and retaining quality faculty and staff. In doing so, Marshall University offers outstanding benefit packages to eligible employees only. (E-Class in the job posting). Marshall University Research Corporation (MURC) employees have different benefit options than those listed below.
- Work week is 37.5 hrs.
- A great highlight in December is that Marshall University employees receive almost two weeks off for Winter Break!
- Holidays – Employees receive 13 Paid Holidays
- Annual and Sick Leave – Classified Staff, Non-Classified Staff and 12-month Faculty earn up to 24 days of annual leave per year (max 360 hours) and up to 18 days of sick leave per year. ) Employee Leave
- Health Insurance – Marshall University offers health insurance through West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Agency (PEIA). There are seven (7) health benefit plans.
- Educational/Tuition Benefits – Marshall University provides tuition benefits to regular employees (after probationary period) and their dependent children.
- Retirement Plans – Marshall University offers retirement through Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (TIAA). Full-time benefits eligible employees must participate in the mandated retirement plan (401(a)).
- Life Insurance – Basic term life insurance ($10,000) at no cost and may purchase optional life insurance coverage with pre-tax earnings.
- Wellness Programs – PEIA provides various care management programs and the Pathways to Wellness program.
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|Banner Position Number||000052|
|Position Title||Assistant Professor|
|Classification Title||Assistant Professor|
|Department||COHP-Communication Disorders - MU2675|
The Department of Communication Disorders invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor rank beginning August 2023. Will include (not necessarily all) of the following: teaching undergraduate courses in area of specialization and assigned by the Chair of the Department, supervising students on campus in the Marshall University Speech and Hearing Center and potentially outside contracts, engaging in scholarly activity and service to the department, college, and university at large.
|Location||MU - Marshall University|
|Salary Range||Salary is commensurate with qualifications, experience, and internal equity.|
Must be able to perform all essential job duties as outlined in the job description.
Ideally the candidate will possess a doctoral degree in communication disorders or related field. The candidate must possess a master’s degree in communication disorders/speech-language pathology and also hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence in SLP with a minimum of 5 years’ experience and have experience in at least one of the following areas: speech sound disorders, speech science, child language disorders and autism spectrum disorders.
The candidate must show evidence of strong teaching, writing, clinical, and interpersonal skills as well as demonstrate interest in clinical service provision, clinical education, and research. The department seeks candidates who will contribute to the University’s general education curriculum and its emphasis on using high-impact teaching practices, particularly those affiliated with one (or more) of the institution’s pedagogical initiatives (e.g., Community-based Learning, Critical Thinking, First Year Seminar, Writing Across Curriculum, etc.). Additionally, the ideal candidate will contribute to the College’s support of interdisciplinary programs of study.
Posting Detail Information
|Open Until Filled||Yes|
|Special Instructions Summary|
The search committee requests that up to three reference letters be submitted with your application. Please enter your references’ information in the Reference Letter Submission section of the application. Your references will be notified via email to submit their reference letters to the search committee in our Applicant Tracking system.
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae
Contact Email : email@example.com
Contact Phone : 3046963246
Instructions : Please email any questions regarding the position.
Application Deadline : 11/30/2023
Contact Name : Sarah Clemins
Contact Address : 1 John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755