Overview

Tracking Code
2016545

Job Description
The Department of Speech Communication Studies at Iona College in New Rochelle, NY seeks a full-time tenure track Assistant Professor of Speech and Language Pathology and Audiology for its graduate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Applicants with the following research focuses are preferred: adult language, AAC, voice/fluency. Candidates with experience in craniofacial anomaly/cleft palate given special consideration.

Required Experience

  • Applicants will have a history of achievements in teaching, scholarship, and service; must have a PhD in Communication Sciences and Disorders (Ph.D. candidates may also apply); must hold a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP); and hold (or be eligible for) New York State license in speech-language pathology.
  • The ideal candidate will have expertise in one of the following fields: adult language, AAC, and voice/fluency.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Teaching
  • Advising
  • Research
  • Service to department and community

About Us

Iona College, a highly accredited liberal arts institution of academic excellence, seeks to grow our diverse community of learners, scholars and staff located at our scenic 45-acre campus in New Rochelle, just 20 minutes north of midtown Manhattan, and at our satellite program at Rockefeller Center. At Iona we are committed to educating lifelong learners in the tradition of the Christian Brothers and American Catholic higher education. We prepare our 3,300 undergraduates and 600 graduate students with career-ready skills and success in all facets of their lives by nurturing the values of justice, peace and service. Our continued success depends on attracting and retaining a highly motivated, results-oriented and talented team. Learn more about what makes us unique: review our Mission, Vision & Values, our stories in the media and our compelling benefits. Join the Iona College team and partner with us as we Move the World!

Iona College is committed to attracting and supporting a staff and faculty of women and men that fully represents the racial, ethnic and cultural diversity of the nation and our institution; as a result, we actively seek applications from individuals of all backgrounds and beliefs