The Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences at California State University Northridge announces one tenure-track position for an individual possessing an earned doctorate in audiology (Ph.D. or Au.D.). The position is at the rank of Assistant Professor. ABD's may be considered. A successful candidate should have an academic and clinical background that will qualify him/her to teach existing undergraduate audiology core courses as well as graduate courses for the Doctorate in Audiology (Au.D.), and to provide preceptorship of clinical services in audiology, including hearing aid dispensing at the CSUN Language, Speech and Hearing Center. Evidence of recent clinical and/or research experience with pediatric populations is highly desirable. A successful candidate will also be qualified to teach undergraduate and graduate courses that support the speech-language pathology program in areas such as anatomy and physiology of the auditory system, audiometry, and pediatric audiology.
To apply submit a letter of application and CV to the lnterfolio application web address apply.interfolio.com/80815. Letters of recommendations may be required as the application process progresses. Applicants may be requested to provide verification of terminal degrees, licenses and certificates.
The position requires possession of, or immediate eligibility to attain and hold, California licensure both in audiology and hearing aid dispensing, as well as the Certificate of Clinical Competence in audiology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. California licensure in audiology and hearing aid dispensing, as well as the Certificate of Clinical Competence in audiology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association must be held current and in good standing for the duration of employment. Other related professional licenses and certificates are desirable. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment and ability to teach, mentor and work with a diverse student and faculty environment.
Internal Number: 21-14
About Cal state university at Northridge
The Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences has a three-dimensional mission of teaching, research and service for the advancement of human potential in speech, language and hearing. As part of a comprehensive university system dedicated to undergraduate and graduate instruction, teaching is always regarded as the first priority.