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Assistant/Associate Professor Non-Tenure Track – online and remote

Assistant/Associate Professor Non-Tenure Track – online and remote

DISCIPLINE Speech-Language Pathology TYPE Faculty

Assistant/Associate Professor Non-Tenure Track – online and remote

Regular Full-Time

Online/remote

Doylestown, PA, US 

 

Delaware Valley University is accepting candidates for Assistant/Associate Professor in our new graduate level Speech Language Pathology program. This is a fully online/remote position where the successful applicant does not have any on-site obligations allowing this to be a fully remote position. We are looking for a person with clinical experience treating the adult medical population. Experience in the areas of adult cognitive communication, motor speech, or dysphagia. Only adult medical SLP’s with ASHA CCC’s will be considered. This position is for immediate hire. We are looking to hire this person immediately, within weeks, if available.

About the University

Founded in 1896, DelVal is an academically rigorous interdisciplinary university dedicated to the sciences and liberal arts. Today, its more than 1,000 acres of land is a testament to the University‘s mission to provide a functional, hands-on learning environment for students, serving as an outdoor classroom for several fields of study. DelVal offers students a wide array of undergraduate, graduate and continuing education degree programs and is one of the few higher education institutions that requires an experiential learning component that is award-winning. DelVal has received numerous accolades including being named to Princeton Review’s 2022 “Best in the Northeast” and U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 “Best Regional Universities-North” lists. 

Nestled in Bucks County, PA, known for its picturesque landscapes, DelVal is only 30 miles north of Philadelphia, and is easily accessible by regional rail located on campus.   

About the Position

This fully online/remote position non-tenure track position reports to the Founding Director of the Speech and Language Pathology program and teaches a full-time schedule of courses in the program, participates in program development and assessment, serves on departmental and college-wide committees and other arenas of institutional service, maintains an ongoing professional presence, and engages in research programs and projects. The incumbent also provides support to efforts related to the initial accreditation of the program, as well as program implementation, assessment, and evaluation.

The successful applicant will have experience serving the adult medical community, including areas of: Motor Speech Disorders, Adult Cognitive Disorders, Neurological Disorders, Dysphagia.

Letter of interest and curriculum vitae are required

Essential job responsibilities include:

  • Provide leadership, guidance, manage and mentor the student worker staff
  • Serve on department, school-wide and institution-wide committees, ad hoc task forces, workgroups student recruitment events, etc.
  • Participate in curricular design, course and program review, assessment and evaluation
  • Teach and/or presenting professionally (in-service, research or other)
  • Promote the program internally and externally
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor

Minimum qualifications include:

  • Holds a master’s degree in speech-language pathology, audiology or a similar related degree; doctoral degree preferred in speech-language pathology, audiology, or in speech, language, and hearing science, communication science disorders or related field
  • Minimum of 5 years of recent clinical experience treating adult medical population. Areas include: Motor Speech Disorders, Adult Cognitive Disorders, Neurological Disorders, Dysphagia.
  • Holds a CCC-SLP to practice in state of applicant’s residence

The successful candidate will have the following knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Knowledge and expertise in the clinical and emerging practice areas of SLP
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to collaborate as a team member
  • Excellent rapport and network-building skills with both internal and external stakeholders
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong critical thinking, organizational, and problem-solving skills
  • Competence and ability to develop requisite knowledge of computers, technology and software (or similar products/programs) to perform assigned tasks
  • Ability to collaborate with students, staff, and faculty within/out the department

Physical demands and working conditions for this position include:

  • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
  • Typically standing or walking
  • Potential local travel (within ~90 miles) to prospective or established clinical rotation locations
  • Valid driver’s license

Why work for DelVal?

  • Beautiful college campus in charming Doylestown!  
  • Free parking and Septa stop on-site! 
  • Collaborative, collegial colleagues! 
  • Tuition waiver for self and dependents!
  • Tuition Exchange for dependent children with 677+ participating schools!
  • Generous paid time off policy including paid winter break!
  • Various discounts including campus bookstore, Bucks County YMCA, BJ’s and Costco Wholesale!
  • Many other excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability and flex spending and retirement plan with employer contribution!

 

Upon acceptance of offer of employment, the selected applicant will be responsible for providing the University with a Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check clearance that has been completed within the last 5 years.

Delaware Valley University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse workforce.

Additional Info

Contact Name : Amanda Moser

Contact Email : amanda.moser@delval.edu

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