Assistant Professor of Education, General Faculty, in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD...
Job location: Charlottesville, VA
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted data: 2021-01-26
The School of Education and Human Development at the University of Virginia seeks an early-career Audiologist who will devote approximately half-time to providing clinical audiology services as Service Lead within the Sheila C. Johnson Center for Clinical Services, and approximately half-time to teaching undergraduate/graduate courses, providing clinical supervision to students in the SLP Masters program, and mentoring graduate/undergraduate students. This is a 12-month, salaried, non-tenure-eligible position.
Required Qualifications and Experience:
- PhD in Audiology or a Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.)
- Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) issued by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
- Current Virginia audiology and hearing-aid dispensing license
- Clinical experience with audiological evaluation and treatment, including patient/family counseling and hearing-aid fitting
Preferred Qualifications and Experience:
- Experience instructing and supervising graduate clinicians for the purpose of fostering independent clinical decisions grounded in best-practices
- Experience teaching undergraduate and/or graduate courses in audiology
- Experience building or sustaining a clinical caseload
Review of applications will begin February 26, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled.
Applicants should submit (preferably merged as one document):
- A current curriculum vita
- Cover letter
- Statement of teaching philosophy
- Contact information for three professional references
Please apply through Workday, complete an application, combine/merge all materials into one PDF and submit in the resume field. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Internal applicants must apply through their UVA Workday profile. (References will not be contacted until after in-person interviews are conducted.)
For questions about the position please contact the search committee chairperson, LaVae Hoffman, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Associate Professor. For questions about the application process please contact Bethany Case, Academic Recruiter.
UVA’s Sheila C. Johnson Center for Clinical Services at the School of Education and Human Development provides transdisciplinary clinical services for individuals of all ages, incorporating the expertise of licensed professionals and faculty with graduate training programs spanning a range of clinical specialties. The Center serves the needs of the community by providing a vibrant, welcoming, modern, and elegant setting for the provision of clinical psychology, speech and language pathology, audiology, and reading services.
Charlottesville and central Virginia offer a distinctive community for both personal and professional activities. Charlottesville is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and is consistently listed among the top cities in national rankings of the most desirable places to live. It offers a thriving community, highlighted by regular literary, film, musical, theatrical, and historical festivals. For more information about UVA and the surrounding area, please visit http://uvacharge.virginia.edu/guide.html. UVA assists faculty spouses and partners seeking employment in the Charlottesville area. To learn more please visit https://dualcareer.virginia.edu/.
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