Employment Opportunities


Clinical Professor (PVL # 77629)

The position is for a clinical faculty member in audiology and includes supervisory and teaching responsibilities within the Au.D. program. Clinical responsibilities include diagnostic audiometric testing, counseling and educating patients on hearing loss and treatment options, fitting hearing aids, performing hearing screenings and maintaining patient contact. Further responsibilities include supervision and regular evaluation of students to verify clinical skills. Other duties may include teaching in the area of audiology as needed and outreach in the university and larger community. The clinical faculty member will participate in departmental meetings, committees and events such as student orientations and open house. Application must be received by: OCTOBER 25, 2013

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Lecturer in Communication Sciences and Disorders (PVL # 77972)

Teach CD 440 - Child Language Disorders Assessment, and Intervention. The Lecturer will prepare and give lectures on child language disorders; evaluate exams, exercises, and lab experiences; and develop final grades for all students. Regular office hours will be established and held, with extra help made available to students who request it. Application must be received by: JANUARY 10, 2014

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Lecturer in Communication Sciences and Disorders (PVL # 77976)

Teach CD 709, 'Language problems of school-aged children and adolescents.' The lecturer will prepare and give lectures on the diagnosis and evaluation of language delays and disorders in school aged children, ages 5-18. More specifically, the lecturer will present a review of contemporary literature relating to the language disorders of school age children and adolescents, with emphasis on description of disorders, assessment techniques, and intervention strategies. This course is required for second-year students in the master's-level, speech-language pathology program. The lecturer will prepare evaluative mechanisms (tests) and evaluate student performance, including all test and project grades as well as the final course grade. The lecturer will maintain office hours on a weekly basis to address student questions and concerns. Application must be received by: NOVEMBER 29, 2013

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Lecturer in Communication Sciences and Disorders (PVL# 78019)

Teach CD 320 - Introduction to Audiology. The Lecturer will prepare and give lectures on hearing science, disorders and evaluation, conservation, and aural rehabilitation; evaluate exams, exercises, and lab experiences; and develop final grades for all students. Regular weekly office hours will be established and held, with extra help made available to students who need and/or request it. Application must be received by: NOVEMBER 4, 2013

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