Instructor, Instructional Faculty, Audiology
The Communication Disorders Program at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) in Warrensburg invites applications for a 9-month, instructional faculty position beginning in the Fall Semester (August 2021). Responsibilities include (a) teaching 12 hours of undergraduate/graduate courses per semester including clinical supervision; (b) providing audiological services for the university and local community; and (c) engaging in program, university, and discipline service. Summer teaching is possible.
Candidates must possess an entry level degree to practice audiology or an advanced degree in audiology. Candidates must be eligible for Missouri licensure and hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing-Association for a minimum of 9 months prior to employment.
Preferred candidates will possess experience instructing and mentoring student clinicians, experience teaching at the university level, and experience building and sustaining a clinical caseload. Candidates must also possess attention to detail, communication skills including oral, written and/or nonverbal. Knowledge of a university environment is preferred. Relations/interpersonal skills. Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects, meet deadlines and maintain confidentiality.
SALARY & FRINGE BENEFITS
Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. UCM offers an attractive benefits package.
The UCM Communication Disorders program offers a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. The program has held accreditation since 1969 from the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Housed within the program is the Welch-Schmidt Center for Communication Disorders (WSCCD). The WSCCD provides student clinicians with on-campus diagnostic and treatment experiences involving individuals across the life span and with a wide range of communication and/or swallowing disorders at various levels of severity. On-campus clinical training is supported by specialty clinics that feature state-of-the-art materials, instruments, and facilities. Additionally, on-campus clinical training is supplemented by a variety of off-campus clinical opportunities.
The Communication Disorders Program is located in the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies’ School of Human Services. With four colleges, UCM offers 150 programs of study, including 10 pre-professional programs, 27 areas of teacher certification, and 37 graduate programs all at an affordable cost that has been applauded by the U.S. News & World Report in their America’s Top 100 Public Colleges & Universities. Nearly 12,000 students from 49 states and 59 countries enjoy small class sizes, learning opportunities with hands-on experiences, and personalized attention from dedicated faculty members. Currently, UCM successfully places 92% of graduates (across all graduate programs) within six months of graduation. We are a leader in discipline-specific accreditation and serve as Missouri’s lead institution in professional technology.
Central to western Missouri, Warrensburg invites you to experience the small-town atmosphere that offers many cultural and recreational opportunities. The Katy Trail (the country’s longest recreational rail trail at 240 miles) begins in Warrensburg, and Powell Gardens (an 835-acre botanical garden) is located about 15 minutes northwest of Warrensburg. The Missouri State Fairgrounds Historic District (listed on the National Register of Historic Places) is located about 30 minutes east in Sedalia. Also, the Lake of the Ozarks is located about 30 minutes south of Warrensburg. And for those who frequently (and infrequently) desire a faster pace, the Kansas City metropolitan area is located just 45 minutes northwest and provides a wide array of shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. Aside from the social atmosphere, Warrensburg offers low housing costs – relative to the national average – as well as the Warrensburg School District which has been awarded the highest-level accreditation from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Please complete an on-line faculty profile, which may be found at https://jobs.ucmo.edu. Provide the following either on your faculty profile or as an attachment:
- cover letter,
- curriculum vitae, and
- three professional references (include names, phone numbers, and email addresses).
If selected for an interview, you will need to provide three letters of reference and official transcripts from all universities attended.
The anticipated review date is May 10, 2021, and reviews will continue until the position is filled. Please address any questions regarding the position to Dr. Klaire Brumbaugh, Search Committee Chair via email at email@example.com.
For information about the on-line application process, please contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or (660) 543-4255. UCM is an AA/EEO/ADA employer. Please note that UCM requires all faculty applicants for this position to complete the on-line faculty profile and submit to the appropriate position at https://jobs.ucmo.edu for consideration. All documents requested for this position must also be attached to the faculty profile at the time of application. Only completed online faculty profiles with attached documents will be accepted for this position.
Contact Name : Dr. Klaire Brumbaugh
Contact Address : University of Central Missouri, Communication Disorders Program, Martin 58, Warrensburg, M0. 64093
Contact Email : email@example.com
Contact Phone : 660-543-8809
Instructions : Refer to "Application Procedures" heading for instructions on how to apply.
Application Deadline : 5/10/2021