Department of Communication Disorders is seeking applications for a 9-month, tenure track full time faculty position as associate/full professor, with supplemental summer employment possible. The Department of Communication Disorders has 10 full-time faculty and supervisors and approximately 70 graduate students in speech-language pathology. North Carolina Central University, one of the campuses of the University of North Carolina system, is located in Durham near the Research Triangle Park. Duties of the position include but are not limited to teaching graduate/undergraduate courses; advising graduate students; and maintaining active programs of research, scholarly work, and service. Expertise in Adult Communication Disorders, Voice Disorders, Fluency Disorders, and/or Neuroanatomy/Neurophysiology is preferred. An ongoing, active research agenda is expected.
Review of applicants will begin immediately or until position is filled.
Minimum Qualifications: Doctorate in speech-language pathology; a minimum of four years clinical experience preferred; CCC-SLP required; eligibility for NC license; and ability to qualify for graduate faculty status.
Application: Send letter of interest; graduate transcript(s); current vitae; recent publications, if available; and three current letters of recommendation to Dr. Sheila Bridges-Bond, Department of Communication Disorders, 1034 School of Education, North Carolina Central University, 712 Cecil St. Durham, NC 27707 For more information, visit: http://web.nccu.edu/soe/departments/CommDis/CommDis_index.htm
Salary is competitive and based on qualifications and experience. NCCU is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, females, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.