The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, College of Allied Health Sciences, at East Carolina University invites applications for a 12-month, tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor.
The faculty member will be an integral part of the doctoral and undergraduate programs in communication sciences and disorders. The faculty member will be responsible for teaching didactic courses at the B.S. and PhD levels, engage in independent study/seminars with the doctoral program, and maintain a programmatic line of research.
East Carolina University (ECU) is located in Greenville, North Carolina. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, College of Allied Health Sciences, is housed in a new state of the art building adjacent to the Health Sciences Library, College of Nursing, Brody School of Medicine and Pitt County Memorial Hospital.
Minimum qualifications include an earned Ph.D. from an appropriately accredited institution in Communication Sciences and Disorders or a related discipline; expertise in the field of vestibular/balance disorders; clinical certification in audiology (CCC-A or equivalent); and the ability to serve as instructor for all courses in vestibular/balance in CSDI as well as other courses within the audiology curriculum at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Please note: ABD applicants will be considered for this position.
Preference will be given to those who have taught relevant courses at the graduate level; have a publication record in the area of vestibular/balance disorders; and have expertise to assume the Wounded Warrior project in vestibular assessment.
Special Instructions to Applicants
East Carolina University requires applicants to submit a candidate profile online in order to be considered for the position. In addition to submitting a candidate profile online, please submit online the required applicant documents:
Letter of Interest
List of Three References (noting contact information)
East Carolina University (ECU) offers more than 100 undergraduate programs and about 75 graduate, 15 doctoral, and four specialist degree...