Associate or Full Professor, Tenured Faculty with Research Interests in Dysphagia, Normal and Disordered Feeding and Swallowing
The Position. We seek a mid-career or senior candidate with research interests in normal and/or disordered feeding and swallowing in pediatric or adult populations. Candidates with related interests in nutrition, cancer, or associated communication disorders (developmental, neurogenic, etc.) are encouraged to apply. The selected candidate will enhance our medical Speech Language Pathology training in dysphagia through research and teaching. Collaborative research opportunities with clinical and research faculty are available within the community including the Department, College, and University.
Qualifications. Applicants will hold an earned doctorate in communication sciences and disorders or a related field. CCC and eligibility for state licensure in Pennsylvania are preferred but not required. The candidate will have an active, externally funded research portfolio and an established publication record appropriate to warrant a tenured appointment at the rank of associate or full professor. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with credentials and experience. We value diversity and seek individuals committed to inclusive and anti-oppressive practices in education, research and practice.
The Department. Enrolls approximately 350 students and offers a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Speech, Language, and Hearing, and a doctoral degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. We also offer undergraduate certificates in Linguistics and in American Sign Language and a graduate level Bilingual Emphasis Path. Our MA program is accredited by the CAA and is ranked 25th in the US. We are home to the Eleanor M. Saffran Center, which fosters clinical translational research in cognitive neuroscience and the Temple University Speech Language and Hearing Center which serves highly diverse clientele with a variety of in-house specialty clinics aligning with our areas of research including the Philadelphia Aphasia Community at Temple (PACT) the Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Treatment, Learning, and Education (CASTLE) Center, and specialty voice clinics. Department faculty have federal and foundation research funding in bilingualism, early childhood language disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, hearing loss, aphasia, and Alzheimer’s Disease. In addition to research in department laboratories and the Speech and Hearing Language Center, faculty collaborate across disciplines in the Temple University Brain Research & Imaging Center (TUBRIC).
For more information about this position or to make nominations, contact Ms. Abbigail Ametrano, Assistant Director of Faculty Recruitment, at firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply, submit a detailed CV, a cover letter explicating your qualifications and experiences with diversity, equity and inclusion, a research statement, and a list of 3-5 references to email@example.com. Application review begins immediately and will continue until position is filled.
Temple University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.
People of color, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Contact Name : Ms. Abbigail Ametrano
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructions : o apply, submit a detailed CV, a cover letter explicating your qualifications and experiences with diversity, equity and inclusion, a research statement, and a list of 3-5 references to email@example.com. Application review begins immediately and will continue until position is filled.
Application Deadline : 11/30/2021