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Non Tenure Track Instructor

Non Tenure Track Instructor

DISCIPLINE Speech-Language Pathology TYPE Faculty

THE POSITION. We seek a speech-language pathologist who has a passion to prepare future professionals in SLP. The ideal candidate will have expertise in one or more of the following areas: aphasia, acquired neurocognitive disorders, stuttering, autism, augmentative and alternative communication, interprofessional practice, and/or bilingualism within pediatric and/or adult populations. The candidate will support our clinical training program by supervising assessment and treatment practica as well as offering advanced specialized practica in areas of expertise. The Temple University Speech-Language-Hearing Center is the clinical component of the graduate program in speech, language, and hearing science. The Center provides a wide range of services to people of all ages with communication disorders.

THE QUALIFICATIONS. Qualified candidates should have four years of clinical/practice experience, have a PhD or master’s degree in communication sciences and disorders or a related discipline, hold the CCC-SLP, and hold or be eligible for licensure in Pennsylvania. Priority will be given to candidates with three or more years of teaching experience including clinical teaching/supervision and/or didactic courses. All faculty are active in the local community and contribute to the curriculum and the department’s committees. We value diversity and seek individuals committed to inclusivity in collaborative education and practice. Applicants should be prepared to join us in our commitment to prioritizing sustainable, inclusive and anti-oppressive practices. Rank and salary depend on experience and qualifications. COVID-19 vaccinations are required for employment at Temple University unless granted a religious or medical exemption (see www.temple.edu/coronavirus).

THE DEPARTMENT. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders enrolls approximately 350 students and offers a bachelor’s and master’s degree in speech, language, and hearing science and a doctoral degree in communication sciences and disorders. We also offer undergraduate certificates in American Sign Language and in linguistics, as well as a graduate-level Bilingual Emphasis Path. Our MA program is accredited by the CAA and is ranked 25th in the U.S. 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 a diverse clientele with various 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 in bilingualism, early childhood language disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, hearing loss, aphasia, and Alzheimer’s disease. In addition to research in departmental laboratories and the Speech, Language and Hearing Center, faculty collaborate across disciplines in the Temple University Brain Research and Imaging Center (TUBRIC).


Temple University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.  People of color, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Additional Info

Contact Name : Fel Garcia

Contact Address : CSDsearch@temple.edu

Contact Email : felicidad,garcia@temple.edu

Instructions : To apply, submit a CV; a cover letter outlining your qualifications and your experiences with diversity, equity and inclusion; and a list of three to five references with contact information to CSDsearch@temple.edu.

Application Deadline : 4/30/2022

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