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- First review of applications to begin July 2018. To begin approximately August 2018, pending position clearance and availability of funds; annually renewable subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funds.
- Teach Communication Sciences & Disorders (CSD) courses per departmental need, including, but not limited to phonology and articulation, motor speech disorders, child and adolescent language disorders.
- Participate in coordination and academic advising of CSD graduate students.
- Participate in online teaching of departmental Prerequisite Certification Program (PCP).
- Actively participate in faculty practice and clinic management by providing diagnosis and treatment to clients in the University of Hawai‘i Speech & Hearing Clinic.
- Supervise the diagnosis and treatment of clients with communication disorders provided by CSD graduate students.
- Participate in Master’s student research.
- Pursue independent and/or collaborative research in areas of interest.
- Other scholarly, clinical, and administrative duties as assigned.
- Doctoral degree in Speech-Language Pathology or related field from college or university of recognized standing. Ph.D. candidate who have completed all requirements of the degree except dissertation (“all but dissertation” or “ABD”) are also eligible, however; if all degree requirements are not fulfilled within a two-year period, the contract of the individual will not be renewed.
- CCC-SLP and valid Hawai‘i State licensure by date of hire.
- Demonstrated leadership and clinical supervision skills.
- Demonstrated scholarly achievement in child and adolescent language, literacy, and social communication.
- Demonstrated ability as a teacher/educator.
- Demonstrated clinical expertise in assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with speech and language disorders, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and of culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) populations.
- Poise and good address for meeting and conferring with others.
- Experience in management in the field of CSD.
- Comfortable working in a multi-cultural setting.
- Experience in the supervision of student clinicians.
- Research experience in child and adolescent language.
- Keith Yamase; 808-692-1583; email@example.com
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