Position Overview Primary Function of Organizational Unit
The Communication Disorders Program has 11 full-time faculty and supervisors. The Communication Disorder Program has a well-known international reputation for international education and training. As one of the campuses of the University of North Carolina (UNC) system, NCCU is located in Durham near the Research Triangle Park.
Primary Purpose of Position
The primary purpose of this position is to teach, advise, train and supervise communication disorders students to become SLPs. It will also enable the program to maintain accreditation by the Council for Academic Accreditation (CAA) in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Required areas of emphasis include but are not limited to the following: dysphagia, voice disorders, motor speech disorders, neurogenic communication disorders, autism, literacy, and early intervention. Applicants across all areas of expertise with competitive research and teaching records are encouraged to apply. Capacity for achieving extramural support and teaching/clinical experience is desirable.
Earned doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology, Speech and Hearing Science or Communication Sciences and Disorders. CCC-SLP is preferred.
Licenses or Certification required by Statute or Regulation
Certification-certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology from ASHA, possess or eligible for NC licensure in Speech Pathology.