TenureAssistant/Associate tenure track faculty position in the Department of Communication Disorders

TenureAssistant/Associate tenure track faculty position in the Department of Communication Disorders

DISCIPLINE Speech-Language Pathology TYPE Faculty

Ideally, the successful candidate will possess an earned doctorate in speech-language pathology or a related discipline and have experience in at least one of the following areas: child speech and language disorders, and fluency disorders. The candidate must show evidence of strong teaching, writing, clinical, and interpersonal skills as well as demonstrate interest in clinical education and research. The candidate must possess the CCC in SLP. The department also seeks candidates who will contribute to the University’s general education curriculum with its emphasis on a common First-Year Seminar and core curriculum courses that enhance students’ critical thinking.
Will include some (not necessarily all) of the following: advising students, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in area of specialization, engaging in scholarly activity and service, and supervising student clinical experiences and research.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.


Applications should be submitted to the following link: https://marshall.peopleadmin.com/postings/12770

The application will consist of a letter detailing qualifications, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information (phone number and email) of three professional references in one PDF file referencing Search MU0754F to:

Three letters of recommendation should be sent directly to Pam Holland, Search Committee Chair, Department of Communication Disorders, Marshall University, One John Marshall Drive, Huntington, WV 25755-2675. Candidates who are selected for an on-campus interview must have their degree granting institutions directly forward official undergraduate and graduate transcripts to: Pam Holland, Search Committee Chair, Department of Communication Disorders, Marshall University at the address listed above, prior to an on-campus interview. Please forward any additional questions to holland@marshall.edu

The Department of Communication Disorders resides within the College of Health Professions and is CAA accredited. The department consists of ten academic and four clinical specialists. Enrollment includes 150 undergraduate and 60 graduate students. Additional information about the department can be accessed at. http://muwww-new.marshall.edu/cohp/index.php/departments/communication-disorders/

Founded in 1837 in Huntington, West Virginia, Marshall University is a multi-campus, public university providing innovative undergraduate and graduate education to over 14,000 students including 4000 graduate and medical students.

Huntington is a main street community of 50,000 located in the southeast corner of the state; it is also part of the Huntington, WV, Ashland KY, and Ironton, OH, Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) with a population of 325,000. Huntington has two major medical centers and offers numerous intellectual and cultural opportunities. Situated in a beautiful, natural environment, the Tri-State Region has numerous nearby opportunities for recreation, including snow skiing, mountain biking, boating and whitewater rafting. Huntington is located along the Ohio River and in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. It has a mild climate with four distinct seasons and a cost of living that is among this country’s most affordable. Metropolitan areas such as Lexington and Louisville, KY, Cincinnati and Columbus, OH Pittsburgh PA and Washington, DC are within easy driving distance. More information about Marshall University and Huntington can be found at www.marshall.edu and www.hadcon.org.

Additional Info

Application Deadline : 0000-00-00 00:00:00

Contact Phone : 304-696-2985

Contact Email : holland@marshall.edu

Contact Name : Pam Holland

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