The Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences within the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington has openings for two non-tenure Full-time Lecturer positions in Speech-Language Pathology.
These will be 9-month annual appointments.
Responsible for clinical education and supervision of students in speech-language pathology in the area of pediatric communication disorders, and provision of direct client services to sustain a teaching caseload. Also, will be responsible for evidence-based comprehensive evaluation and individual and group treatment methods for children, autism and/or augmentative and alternative communication, as well as inclusion of education and counseling for parents/family. The applicant may be involved in undergraduate and graduate didactic teaching within the department. Duties as assigned by the Director of Clinical Education and the Chair, contribute to the vision and mission of the clinic, department and university.
Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience; a full range of fringe benefits is available. Summer quarter employment is available and is preferred.
Review of applications will begin June 3rd, 2019. Desired start date September 16, 2019.
Requires a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology or a PhD in Speech & Hearing Sciences/Communication Sciences and Disorders, or foreign equivalent. At least five years experience in the areas of pediatric communication disorders is required. The required credential for applicants is CCC-SLP and eligibility for speech-language pathology licensure in Washington State. Prior experience in clinical supervision and/or didactic teaching is required.
Applications are submitted via Interfolio as pdf documents.
A cover letter describing academic qualifications and experience for this position with reference to your teaching experience and effectiveness. Your statement should also detail how your teaching, service and/or scholarship has supported the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds that are underrepresented in their academic field; if you have not yet had the opportunity for such experiences you should note how your work will further UW's commitment to diversity.
A curriculum vitae.
Evidence of teaching effectiveness.
Three confidential letters of recommendation.
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