Adult Neurologic Communication Disorders (Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor)
University of Iowa
June 13, 2018
Iowa City, Iowa
Competitive and negotiable, co
CCC-SLP,State Licensure or Certification
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Iowa invites applications for a 12-month full-time clinical-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Clinical Professor to begin in Fall 2018. The Wendell Johnson Speech & Hearing Clinic has a thriving clinical clientele, and maintains active collaborations with local hospitals and centers.
Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities include supervision of graduate students in clinical practice, program development and knowledge dissemination in areas of expertise. Other responsibilities may include direct service provision, classroom teaching, and scholarship within areas of expertise.
Required Qualifications: Potential for excellence in speech-language disorders with specific expertise in the area of adult neurogenic disorders of communication (e.g. aphasia, motor speech disorders, TBI, dementia). Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology or PhD in hand by the start date, CCC-SLP, and at least 3 years of clinical experience. Eligible for Iowa licensure. The applicant must demonstrate a commitment to promoting a diverse academic environment.
Desired Qualifications: Clinical supervision experience. Expertise in dysphagia and/or cognitive disorders. Involvement in state and/or national organizations (e.g. ASHA). Demonstrated development of clinical programming.
Internal Number: 72902
About University of Iowa
The University of Iowa, College and Liberal Arts & Sciences, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
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