General Information: The Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences seeks faculty applicants committed to teaching graduate Speech-Language Pathology courses and Ph.D. level courses in the Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences. Applicants may also be considered for Program Director of the SLP program. Rank and salary are commensurate with experience and qualifications. The appointment will be nine to eleven months—commensurate with the responsibilities of the agreed upon position for the academic year beginning January 16, 2018, though the actual hire date may occur before the January date. Position is contingent on funding.
Responsibilities: Candidates will be expected to teach courses in the graduate Speech-Language Pathology program, with opportunities to teach other courses supported by the Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences. The successful applicant will advise graduate students, mentor thesis students, serve on or chair Ph.D. dissertation work, and work collaboratively with faculty, clinical supervisors and department staff. Candidates will be expected to engage in research in the discipline, and participate in department, university, and other faculty and professional service. Opportunities for clinical teaching and supervision will also be encouraged.
Application Procedures: Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, examples of academic publications, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience, along with a statement of teaching philosophy to:
Sanyukta Jaiswal, Ph.D., Search Committee Chair
Department of Hearing Speech & Language Sciences
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002
Phone #: 202-651-5325 (V)
Qualifications: An earned Ph.D. or Ed.D. degree in Speech-Language Pathology, Communication Sciences and Disorders, or a related field, with CCC-SLP certification, or an ABD candidate with expectations of dissertation completion within one year of hire. Fluency in American Sign Language is desirable; applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn. Candidates must possess content knowledge in a range of areas including:Adult Auditory Rehabilitation, Pediatric Auditory (Re) habilitation, Counseling and Multicultural Issues, and Augmentative and Alternative Communication. Candidates must demonstrate a research line compatible for teaching and mentoring Master’s and Ph.D. students. Preferred applicants include those who exhibit strong inter-professional skills that cross educational, clinical, medical, and cultural aspects of the nine disorder areas in SLP. As Gallaudet is a bilingual university, competence in American Sign Language and knowledge of Deaf culture are necessary. Applicants without ASL skills must demonstrate a commitment to learning ASL and will receive institutional support needed for ASL development.
Gallaudet University, federally chartered in 1864, is a bilingual, diverse, multicultural institution of higher education that ensures the intellectual and professional advancement of D/deaf and hard of hearing individuals through American Sign Language and English. Gallaudet maintains a proud tradition of research and scholarly activity and prepares its graduates for career opportunities in a hig...hly competitive, technological, and rapidly changing world. Gallaudet is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and actively encourages D/deaf, hard of hearing, members of traditionally under-represented groups, people with disabilities, women, and veterans to apply for open positions.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 191,500 members and affiliates who are audiologists; speech-language pathologists; speech, language, and hearing scientists; audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel; and students.