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Open Positions in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders

  • Clinical Assistant Professor - Audiology: The University of Houston seeks applicants for non-tenure-track full-time professor beginning August 2017. Qualifications: earned AuD or AuD/PhD in Communication Sciences and Disorders or related field and strong clinical experience. Responsibilities include provision of clinical audiology services with possible supervision of graduate students and teaching audiology and aural rehabilitation at the undergraduate level. Full description of the position available online: www.class.uh.edu/comd. Applications must be submitted online at http://jobs.uh.edu/postings/32725 Questions may be directed to Dr. Margaret Blake (mtblake@uh.edu). Review of applications will begin immediately until the position is filled. Applications should include letter of interest with stated qualifications for the position, curriculum vitae, a summary of teaching experience and teaching philosophy, and the names of three references. For more information, please click here.
    The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disability are encouraged to apply. The University of Houston is responsive to the needs of dual career couples.
  • Part-Time Clinical Educator Opportunities - From time to time, opportunities arise for part-time clinical educators or part-time community outreach direct service delivery. To express interest and inquire about availability, please contact Melissa Bruce, Clinic Director, at 713-743-2773. Our current opening for a part-time clinical educator in adult neurogenic disorders is listed below.
    • The University of Houston Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders announces the availability of a part-time clinical educator position, entailing approximately 20 hours per week of commitment, with the possibility of more.  This clinical educator will supervise graduate students performing diagnostics and therapy for adult clients with neurogenic disorders.  The position requires on-going direct supervision of clinicians, weekly individual meetings with clinicians to give feedback, review of all documentation related to therapy sessions, clinician performance appraisals, and leading neuro team meetings.
      • Required qualifications:  A Master’s degree with CCC, Texas State Licensure, and three or more years of clinical experience with the adult neurogenic population.  Prior supervisory experience is a plus.
      • Application deadline:  December 5, 2014 or until the position is filled.
      • Interested SLPs are encouraged to contact:
        Melissa C. Bruce, M.S., CCC.SLP, BCS-F
        Clinic Director
        University of Houston
        A Carnegie-designated Tier One Public Research University
        Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
        100 Clinical Research Center
        Houston, Tx. 77204-6018
        713-743-2773 (office)
        713-743-2926 (fax)
        mcbruce@uh.edu
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