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Assistant Professor, Communication Disorders and Sciences (Language and Literacy in Neurodiverse

Employer
University of Oregon
Location
Oregon, United States
Salary
Salary Not specified
Start date
Nov 1, 2023

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Position Type
Faculty Positions, Communications, Speech & Rhetoric
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time


Assistant Professor, Communication Disorders and Sciences (Language and Literacy in Neurodiverse Populations)

Job no: 532433

Work type: Faculty - Tenure Track

Location: Eugene, OR

Categories: Child Development, Education, Healthcare/Nursing, Instruction, Psychology

Department: Communications Disorders and Sciences (Department of Special Education and Clinical Sciences)
Rank: Assistant Professor
Annual Basis: 9 Month

Application Deadline

To be assured of consideration, complete application files should be received by October 2, 2023. Position open until filled.

Required Application Materials

Please upload the following documents into your online application:

  • Cover letter expressing interest and qualifications relevant to the position including a description of:
  • how your work or experiences contribute to diversity, equity and inclusion
  • your teaching (e.g., philosophy, any prior teaching or mentoring experience, and courses you feel qualified to teach)
  • your research including your current and planned research activities and interests
  • Curriculum vitae.

    Note: the online application requires contact information for 3 references. Reference check will be conducted for finalists.

    Position Announcement

    The Department of Special Education and Clinical Sciences (SPECS) in the University of Oregon's (UO) College of Education (COE) is seeking applications for a tenure-line faculty position focused on language and literacy in neurodiverse populations at the assistant professor rank. The successful candidate will have a record or evidence of potential for strong teaching, research, and service.

    The successful candidate's primary instructional duties will be in the Communication Disorders and Sciences undergraduate program teaching courses related to development, literacy and language. We are seeking a colleague with scholarship in neurodiversity and language and literacy supports and strong potential to obtain external funding. We seek a SLP candidate who can conduct research and increase knowledge of methods to empower neurodiverse populations across the lifespan. The successful candidate will have skills to mentor undergraduate and graduate research and develop community research partnerships.

    The position start date is September 16, 2024.

    The College of Education is dedicated to the UO's goal of building a culturally diverse faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment, and strongly encourages applications from members of underrepresented and historically marginalized groups, women, and people with disabilities.

    Department or Program Summary

    The COE at the UO is a community of leading researchers and practitioners dedicated to transformational scholarship, integrated teaching, and collaborative practice designed to enhance individual lives and systems within a culture that values diversity and promotes respect and inclusion. The COE is home to 3 academic departments, 14 academic degree programs, 14 research and outreach units, the HEDCO Clinic, and the HEDCO Institute. Our goal at the COE is to set our graduates on career-long paths to purposeful, reflective, creative, and meaningful careers; addressing inequity and racial injustice is a thread that runs through our majors and programs while focusing on critical and effective pedagogies.

    The Department of Special Education and Clinical Sciences is one of four academic departments in the College of Education. It is comprised of three major programs: Communication Disorders and Sciences (CDS), School Psychology (SPSY), and Special Education (SPED). The Department offers degrees from undergraduate to master's and doctoral, as well as licensure and endorsement programs. The Special Education and Clinical Sciences Department is involved in collaborative efforts among all COE departments and institutes to support research across the College, outreach activities, and core requirements for the master's and doctoral programs.
    The CDS program contains undergraduate, master's and doctoral programs.

    Minimum Requirements (updated)

  • Earned Ph.D. (by time of appointment) in Communications Disorders & Sciences or a closely related field.
  • Record or evidence of potential for strong scholarly productivity.
  • Demonstrated capacity or potential to conduct, administer, and sustain a rigorous program of research.
  • Teaching or mentorship experience relevant to teaching at the undergraduate level.
  • Holds ASHA Clinical Certificate of Competence by position start date.

    Successful candidates must be able to work effectively with students, staff, and faculty from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and with multiple intersectional identities, and to help advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the university community

    Preferred Qualifications

  • Record or evidence of potential to obtain for external research funding, particularly through federal funding agencies.
  • History of research or clinical scholarship related to language and literacy development in neurodiverse populations.
  • Record of or strong potential for mentorship and/or supervision of student research and clinical work.
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and collegially in department, college, university, and community.
  • Ability or potential to engage in interdisciplinary research.

    About the University

    The University of Oregon is one of only two Pacific Northwest members of the Association of American Universities and holds the distinction of a “very high research activity” ranking in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The UO enrolls more than 20,000 undergraduate and 3,600 graduate students representing all 50 states and nearly 100 countries. In recent years, the university has increased the diversity of its student body, as well as campus-wide efforts to build a welcoming, inclusive community. The UO's beautiful, 295-acre campus in Eugene features state-of-the art facilities in an arboretum-like setting. The UO is located in Eugene, a vibrant city of 177,000 with a wide range of cultural and culinary offerings, a pleasant climate, and a community engaged in environmental and social concerns. The campus is within easy driving distance of the Pacific Coast, the Cascade Mountains, and Portland.

    Successful candidates must be able to work effectively with students, staff, and faculty from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and with multiple intersectional identities, and to help advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the university community.

    The UO is located on Kalapuya Ilihi, the traditional indigenous homeland of the Kalapuya people (see more at: https://inclusion.uoregon.edu/ )

    The University of Oregon is proud to offer a robust benefits package to eligible employees, including health insurance, retirement plans and paid time off. For more information about benefits, visit http://hr.uoregon.edu/careers/about-benefits.

    The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the ADA. The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status. The University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees with disabilities. To request an accommodation in connection with the application process, please contact us at uocareers@uoregon.edu or 541-346-5112.

    UO prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression in all programs activities and employment practices as required by Title IX, other applicable laws, and policies. Retaliation is prohibited UO policy. Questions may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator, Office of Civil Rights Compliance, or to the Office for Civil Rights. Contact information, related policies, and complaint procedures are listed on the statement of non-discrimination.

    In compliance with federal law, the University of Oregon prepares an annual report on campus security and fire safety programs and services. The Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report is available online at https://clery.uoregon.edu/annual-campus-security-and-fire-safety-report.



    To apply, visit https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/532433/assistant-professor-communication-disorders-and-sciences-language-and-literacy-in-neurodiverse-populations



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