The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders seeks a qualified applicant to apply for a Senior Faculty position. The department seeks an experienced and innovative educator, who is qualified and willing to become chair immediately after accepting the position. (At LIU Brooklyn, department chair is a rotating three-year position, and chairs are elected by the full-time faculty members.)
The candidate should have a strong record of excellence in academia, knowledge of CAA accreditation compliance, teaching, and scholarly activity, including peer-reviewed research and grant writing, and show enthusiasm to continue growing the academic, research, and outreach programs of the CSD Department. The candidate should also encourage and value inter-professional collaboration and community outreach, with the ability to build strong relationships with constituents.
The applicant will work closely with the clinic leadership team and faculty to strengthen and support the mission of the department and to expand clinical and educational programs to support both the academic and clinical missions of the department and its partners.
Responsibilities will include teaching, academic advisement, engagement in departmental, school and university activities and events, research and scholarly activities.
The candidate must hold an earned doctoral degree in Speech-Language Pathology or a related field, CCC-SLP preferred. Previous academic teaching and research experience is required.
Contact Name : Nelson Moses, Ph.D.
Contact Address : Long Island University,Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders,1 University Place,Brooklyn, NY 10012
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone : 3475266812
Instructions : To Apply:Submit CV, personal statement including summary of research program, and three letters of recommendation to: Nelson Moses, Ph.D., Chairperson, Search Committee, Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus, Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders, 1 University Plaza, M 242, Brooklyn NY 11201<br />Starting Date: September 2020<br />
Application Deadline : 1/31/2020