School of Communication Disorders and DeafnessSpeech-Language Pathology – to teach a range of undergraduate and graduate courses that deal with the nature, identification, assessment and treatment of communication sciences and disorders across the lifespan, including course work in our clinical doctorate (SLPD) program; to supervise clinical practica; provide advisement; and perform all other duties associated with university faculty positions.
Qualifications: Doctorate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders or its equivalent; CCC-SLP; eligibility for New Jersey State licensure; experience with university-level teaching; and an established research agenda is required. ABD considered with completion date by September 1, 2019. A robust research agenda, past and future, is highly desired. Ability to and experience in guiding student research is preferred.
Contact: Dr. Martin D. Shulman, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.