Instructor (Regular Non-Tenure-Track) Department of Communication Disorders
Instructor of Communication Disorders will be assigned to teach courses, such as Language and Culture of the Deaf, Speech Sound Disorders, and Service Delivery in Communication Disorders and other courses assigned by the Department Chair within the instructor’s areas of clinical expertise. The Instructor will supervise undergraduate and graduate students in clinical practicum courses at the Center for Speech and Hearing at Southeast Missouri State University. The instructor will be assigned a 15-credit hour course and clinic load each fall and spring semester. Summer employment is not guaranteed. Additional responsibilities include participation in professional development activities to improve teaching effectiveness, advising undergraduate majors, engaging in service to the department, the University and the community, and earning continuing education units by attending state, regional or national conferences.
Master’s degree or doctoral degree in Communication Disorders or a related field (Degree must be from a regionally accredited or internationally accredited or government certified university.)
Current Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP); holds or eligible for Missouri licensure in Speech-Language Pathology
Experience working in public schools, rehabilitation centers, hospital, private practice or clinics
Experience as a clinical supervisor of students in internship, mentoring of clinical fellows and/or teaching at college/university level
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Demonstrated clinical experience as a speech-language pathologist in evaluations and interventions for a variety of communication disorders in a variety of work sites
Demonstrated clinical experiences with a variety of clients including culturally and linguistically diverse, across the lifespan and a variety of severities of communication disorders
Demonstrated commitment to the teacher-scholar model
Demonstrated commitment to collegiality when interacting with others within the University community
Demonstrated commitment to a diverse work environment, including working with multi-cultural populations and an understanding of, and sensitivity to, issues affecting women and minorities
As a public regional university (with a graduate mission), Southeast seeks candidates with a commitment to excellent undergraduate and graduate education and student success within the framework of the teacher-scholar model. Applications of instructional technology and pedagogical research are supported through the Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning and the Office of Online Learning. Successful candidates will contribute to the development of innovative curricular and delivery strategies, including traditional, blended and online formats, and participate in initiatives promoting student, success, retention and degree completion.
Application Deadline: The position is available August 2018 and will remain open until filled. To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by March 2, 2018.
Letter of interest addressing position requirements
Current curriculum vitae
Copy of Certificate of Clinical Competence and copy of current license (if available)
Unofficial copies of transcripts from all universities attended (official transcripts are required when offer of employment is accepted)
Names and contact information of three professional references
Department Information: The Department of Communication Disorders serves approximately 150 undergraduate majors and 32 graduate students. The graduate program is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
University Facts: Southeast Missouri State University is a comprehensive regional state university with seven colleges and schools, 11,500 students, and a faculty and staff of over 1,110. Southeast is a moderately selective institution that offers baccalaureate, masters and specialist degree and participates in joint doctoral programs with the University of Missouri. Cape Girardeau, a historic city overlooking the Mississippi River, is the hub of a thriving county with a population of approximately 71,000. Serving a region of more than 500,000 people, it is the largest center for retail, medical, manufacturing, communications, and cultural activities between St. Louis, MO and Memphis, TN.
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About Southeast Missouri State University
Southeast Missouri State University is a comprehensive regional state university with seven colleges and schools, 11,500 students, and a faculty and staff of over 1,100. Southeast, a moderately selective institution, offers baccalaureate, masters and specialist degrees, and participates in joint doctoral programs with the University of Missouri. Cape Girardeau, a historic city overlooking the Mississippi River, is the hub of a thriving county with a population of approximately 71,000. Serving a region of more than 500,000 people, it is the largest center for retail, medical, manufacturing, communications, and cultural activities between St. Louis and Memphis.
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.