Assistant Professor ~ Communications Sciences & Disorders, Speech Language Pathology
The Communication Sciences & Disorders Department invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin August 2018. The department seeks candidates committed to teaching excellence at a comprehensive institution that supports both liberal arts curricula and professional programs. Applicants who will contribute to the college’s commitment to a diverse and inclusive environment are encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities include undergraduate and graduate teaching, optional clinic supervision, college and department service. Applicants with experience in voice, fluency, and craniofacial disorders are encouraged to apply. Other areas of expertise are also encouraged to apply.
The Nazareth CSD Department comprises undergraduate and graduate programs, with graduate specialties in autism and deafness, 220+ students, 13 FT faculty. New state-of-the-art facility housing our Speech & Language; Communication and Cognition Clinic, & Audiology clinics. Our on-campus and off-campus clinical outreach programs provide more than 20,000 hours of service in the community annually. Summer teaching is optional.
Areas of expertise most needed in the department include: voice, fluency, and craniofacial disorders, the ability to teach both undergraduate and graduate coursework, interest and ability to pursue scholarly agenda and mentorship of student research projects.
Doctorate preferred; ABD considered. Must hold CCC-SLP and NYS Liscensure or be eligible.
Nazareth College, an independent, comprehensive institution with 2100 undergraduate and 700 graduate students, prepares graduates to live and work as leaders in diverse communities through a wide range of liberal arts and professional programs. Nazareth hires faculty who are committed to excellent teaching, student success, civic engagement, and who will champion diversity within the campus community and beyond. Nazareth strives to be both diverse and inclusive, addressing issues of power, privilege, and marginalization through curricular, co-curricular, scholarly, creative and support activities. The College is located minutes from downtown Rochester, New York, a city noted for world-class cultural and entertainment offerings and a fast-growing innovation economy. Applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged. EOE