University of South Florida - Sarasota Manatee campus - Professor of Instruction
The University of South Florida (USF) Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is seeking two nine-month Assistant Professors of Instruction of Speech-Language Pathology: two non-tenure track with a preferred start date in January 2024 but a possible start in August 2024.These positions address undergraduate and graduate courses ranging from adult neurologic disorders, child language and literacy, and speech science and phonology, using both in-person and online delivery. These positions may grow into some clinical supervision if desired. On-campus courses will be delivered primarily on the Sarasota campus. These persons will engage in service to the department, college, university, community, and profession. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. The first review of applications will begin on October 13, 2023
The Position(s): Assistant Professor of Instruction 9-month (2) non-tenure track
The candidate(s) will work collaboratively with CSD faculty in an innovative, clinically rich, partnership-based Speech-Language Pathology preparation program. Responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses primarily on the Sarasota-Manatee campus. The position effective date is January 2024 for two (non-tenure) Academic Instructor lines. These are two identical position openings and candidates are encouraged to apply to both.
Salary: Negotiable, competitive, and commensurate with qualifications and experience
Earned PhD or Ed.D. in Speech-Language Pathology or related field by January 2023
Evidence of clinical or teaching experience.
Experience teaching speech-language pathology students within a university setting
Expertise in child language and literacy or adult neurogenic disorders or speech science and phonology
Experience in speech-language pathology clinical services (i.e., supervising speech-language pathology students)
Demonstrated commitment to social justice, interdisciplinary inquiry, school-university partnerships, community engagement, and/or global impact
Experience with diverse student populations (e.g., socio-economic, racial, linguistic, geographic (urban/rural), exceptional students)
Experience with the integration of technology and/or online instruction
The University of South Florida is a high-impact global research university dedicated to student success.
Over the past 10 years, no other public university in the country has risen faster in U.S. News and World
Report's national university rankings than USF. Serving more than 50,000 students on campuses in
Tampa, St. Petersburg and Sarasota-Manatee, USF is designated as a Preeminent State Research
University by the Florida Board of Governors, placing it in the most elite category among the state's 12
public universities. USF is a member of the American Athletic Conference.
The University of South Florida Sarasota‐Manatee provides access to professional higher education
programs and scholarly research in a personalized living and learning community that graduates
successful leaders who empower Florida’s Suncoast to thrive locally, nationally, and globally. The campus
serves more than 4,500 students annually and offers 43 academic programs and certificates. The USF
Sarasota-Manatee is located on U.S. 41 (Tamiami Trail) about a half-mile north of University Parkway on
the border of Sarasota and Manatee Counties near Sarasota Bay, the Crosley Mansion, the John & Mable
Ringling Museum of Art, and the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport. The 100,000-square-foot,
architecturally spectacular state-of-the-art academic facility houses 24 classrooms, a 190-seat
lecture/exhibition hall, seminar and video-conferencing rooms, computer labs, student gathering places,
faculty and staff offices, a technology and learning center, and dining facilities.
About the Department and College
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is well-positioned within the University to
continue its positive trajectory. CSD is housed within the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences
(CBCS). CBCS is a research-intensive college committed to community-based work derived from
evidenced-based practices. This strong ethos of research-to-practice positions CSD well to achieve its
mission of “Creating pathways to communication by bridging research to practice.” Moreover, shared
interests among departments of Aging Studies, Social Work, Child and Family Studies, Engineering, and
Otolaryngology afford multiple opportunities for collaboration and cross-disciplinary fertilization. within
the supportive College infrastructure.
CSD faculty include speech-language pathologists, audiologists, sign-language interpreters, scholars of
Deaf culture, linguists, hearing scientists, speech scientists and psychologists. The department considers
communication issues from both humanistic and medical perspectives, providing multidisciplinary
perspectives on issues such as language, literacy, hearing, and speech. To do this, CSD collaborates across
USF with entities such as USF Health and Biomedical Engineering.
CSD’s efforts are multifaceted. It houses multiple undergraduate and graduate programs including
Bachelors in Language Speech and Hearing Science and Interpreting, M.S. in Speech-language Pathology,
AU.D., Ph.D. and combined AU.D./Ph.D degree programs. Speech and Hearing Clinics provide evidencebased
interventions in a context that trains students for cutting-edge clinical work in a variety of settings.
Notably, the department is also home to an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter training program,
an ASL interpreter referral agency, and the Bolesta Center which provides listening and spoken language
support to individuals with hearing loss across the lifespan. These positions will oversee growth in the
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