Clinical Assistant Professor in Audiology
The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Memphis (www.memphis.edu/csd) is one of the leading academic and clinical programs in the country. This program is located in a state-of-the-art facility, with significant space for expansion of new and existing programs, in a community with growing opportunities for interprofessional practice. One of these growing programs is the Cochlear Implant Program at the Memphis Speech and Hearing Center.
This non-tenure track position is ideal for a strong, innovative clinician whose focus area is in pediatrics and cochlear implants and who will provide clinical education in an academic setting. Applicants are expected to collaborate on research and service with clinical and academic faculty. This candidate is expected to be involved in the growth of the adult implant program and instrumental in the development of the pediatric implant program. Applicants with interests in audiologic (re)habilitation and interprofessional practice and/or public health initiatives are encouraged to apply. The candidate should have an AuD or PhD in CSD or related area. The applicant must have CCC-A and be eligible for TN State licensure.
Deadline: Review of applications will begin on February 21, 2020 and may continue until position is filled, pending availability of funds.
For more information, contact Jennifer P. Taylor, AuD, Chair, Search Committee, School of Communication Sciences & Disorders, 4055 North Park Loop, Memphis, TN 38152, 901-678-5800, FAX 901-525-1282, email@example.com.
Interested applicants must upload a letter of interest, vita, three references, and unofficial transcripts to WorkForum https://workforum.memphis.edu/postings/24662.
Contact Name : Jennifer Taylor, AuD
Contact Address : School of Communication Sciences & Disorders, 4055 North Park Loop, Suite 3017, Memphis, TN 38152
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone : 901-678-5800
Instructions : Interest applicants can upload applications through the University of Memphis, WorkForum: https://workforum.memphis.edu/postings/24662<br />