This is a full-time, twelve-month, non-tenure track Audiology Clinical Assistant Professor position. The faculty member is responsible for all aspects of direct patient care and will provide clinical and classroom instruction to AuD and/or undergraduate students. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, participating in research projects, coordinating community outreach programs, and serving on committees within the university and/or professional organizations.

NIU is a Carnegie Doctoral/Research University-Extensive located 60 miles west of Chicago. The audiology program is part of the interdisciplinary School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders. Faculty in audiology, physical therapy, rehabilitation counseling, and speech-language pathology collaborate in clinical and research endeavors. Current projects include a developmental play group, balance evaluations, and language/listening evaluations and treatment. The prospective candidate will work with a diverse student and clinic population and enjoy a comfortable work/life balance. Excellent off-campus sites are available for practicum, research, and grant development. The
school includes a 27,000 sq. ft. multidisciplinary clinic space which houses the Speech-Language-Hearing and Physical Therapy Clinics. For more information about the program, visit http://www.chhs.niu.edu/slhc/audiology.shtml .

Successful candidate will hold an Au.D. and/or Ph.D. in audiology, CCC-A, and Illinois licensure or eligibility. Candidates must demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills and evidence of, or potential for, excellence in university teaching. Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to work on projects with interdisciplinary teams. Preference will be given to individuals who have experience working with graduate students and three years of clinical experience. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experiences. For more information about the audiology program, visit http://www.chhs.niu.edu/ahcd/programs/audiology/index.shtml.

Review of completed application will begin November 1, 2017, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Candidates may apply for the position at https://employment.niu.edu/postings/27111. Required documents for submission to be considered complete include a letter of application, curriculum vita, copies of transcripts (official transcripts required for hire), and three letters of recommendation OR a list of three references with contact information including email addresses, mailing addresses, and telephone numbers. Candidates may be asked to submit three letters of recommendation after the initial review process, and, if possible sample publications and teaching evaluations.

Contact information:

Lara Lyles
School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, Illinois 60115
Fax: 815-753-9123
Phone: 815-753-6508
E-mail: llyles@niu.edu

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