CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR I-COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS
Salary: Competitive and commensurate with qualifications.
Available: Preferred start date is August, 2013. Nine month position.
Qualifications: Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology or AuD in Audiology; supervisory and/or teaching experience desirable; CCC-SLP/CCC-A and eligibility for Arkansas licensure.
Responsibilities: The primary responsibility of this position is supervision of Master's level clinicians and direct service provision in the UCA Speech Language Hearing Center. Depending on experience and qualifications there may be the possibility of undergraduate course teaching. This position requires knowledge and skills to serve a wide variety of disorders in addition to working closely with graduate students in the clinical process. UCA Communication Sciences and Disorders is in the College of Health and Behavioral Sciences, is CAA accredited and offers a doctoral degree through a consortium with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and the University of Arkansas Little Rock.
The University: UCA is a comprehensive regional university with 11,000 students and high academic standards. The campus is noted for its beauty and is conveniently located in Conway, a rapidly growing city of 60,000, thirty minutes from Little Rock and the Ozark Mountains, and home of two private colleges, a public school system ranked among the state’s best, and a strong K-12 parochial school. Real estate in this dynamic “City of Colleges” is moderately priced and taxes are low.
Application: Submit letter of application, vita, and names and addresses of three references to the search committee chair:
Brent Gregg, PhD
Search Committee Chair
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
201 Donaghey Avenue, UCA Box 4985
Conway, AR 72035
Review of applications begins July 12, 2013, and will continue until position is filled.