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Clinical Assistant Professor in Speech-Language Pathology - College of Health and Human Sciences (4614)
Northern Illinois University
Northern Illinois University (NIU)
is a Carnegie Doctoral/Research University-Higher Research Activity located in DeKalb, IL. DeKalb is a diverse and growing community providing residents with a small-town feel and the benefits of a large university. The Speech-Language Pathology program is part of the interdisciplinary School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders and offers a bachelor’s degree in communicative disorders, a master’s degree in communicative disorders with a specialization in speech-language pathology, and a multicultural certificate in speech-language pathology
. Faculty in Audiology, Physical Therapy, and Speech-Language Pathology collaborate in clinical and research endeavors. The prospective candidate will work with a diverse student and clinic population and enjoy a comfortable work/life balance. Excellent off-campus sites are available for practicum, research, and grant development. The school includes a 27,000 sq. ft. multidisciplinary clinic space which houses the Speech-Language-Hearing and Physical Therapy Clinics. For more information about the program, visit http://www.chhs.niu.edu/slp/
We are inviting applications for a full-time, twelve-month, promotable, clinical faculty position subject to funding at the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor within the Speech-Language Pathology program beginning February 2023. Faculty rank is dependent on experience, qualifications, and Board policies.
The faculty member is responsible for all aspects of direct patient care and will provide clinical and classroom instruction to graduate and/or undergraduate students, and serving on committees within the university and/or professional organizations.
The faculty member will positively contribute to committee service within the program, university, community, and profession, provide student advisement to graduate students and undergraduate students, as appropriate, participate in research projects and coordinate community outreach programs. Responsibilities include serving as the speech-language pathology clinical coordinator, supervising in the NIU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic and participation in interdisciplinary committees. We seek faculty who embrace NIU’s mission of providing opportunity to a diverse student body by providing them with access to high quality education and hands-on involvement in research and community engagement.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Provide leadership and coordination of speech-language pathology clinical services in the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic
- Teach clinical coursework and provide clinical instruction to SLP students and other students as appropriate;
- Provide clinical services to patients in the NIU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic;
- Positively contribute to service within the university (program, school, college, university levels) and profession;
- Provide student advisement and support student research;
- Engage in scholarly activity (e.g. research presentations, publications, grants);
- Contribute to curriculum development and program advancement.
- Collaborate within the campus and community to promote the advancement of the program and the mission of the University.
Minimum Required Qualifications
- Earned Master’s degree in speech-language pathology by the time of hire;
- Current CCC-SLP;
- IL licensure in speech-language pathology by the time of hire;
- Minimum of three years of clinical experience as a licensed SLP post CFY;
- Expertise in areas that complement expertise of existing faculty to ensure depth and breadth across the scope of practice as required by the Council of Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.
- IL Professional Educator Licensure within six months of hire;
- Expertise in evaluation and treatment of elementary school age children;
- Demonstrated experience in promoting inclusive work and learning environments that foster creativity and innovation.
- Ability and willingness to contribute to meeting the program’s instructional needs;
- Strong oral, written, visual, and electronic communication skills;
- Ability to communicate effectively and interact in a positive manner with diverse faculty, staff, patients, students, and clinicians as well as with people of varying economic and cultural backgrounds;
- Strong organization, problem-solving, and counseling skills;
- Demonstrated knowledge in evidence-based practice;
- Ability to teach academic and clinical skills to students;
- Ability to adhere to program’s immunization policies.
- Experience in:
- teaching in a speech-language pathology program;
- clinic/program administration;
- demonstrated ability to network with external agencies to set up clinical experiences for graduate students;
- participation on committees/departmental projects;
- History of engagement and service to the profession at the local, state, and/or national level.
- Experience working with adults with neurological impairments.
- Bilingual in Spanish and English with the ability to professionally communicate in both languages to provide clinical care.
- A record of professional service, research, and experience developing grants for programming is desirable.
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Must adhere to program’s immunization policies.
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