The School of Audiology in the College of Health Professions at Pacific University seeks candidates for two open-rank faculty positions to participate in the on-going development and implementation of an accelerated three-year (121 credits), modified block-curriculum Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree program, which will be entering its third year with the coming 2014-2015 academic year. Both positions are 11-month (fall, spring, summer), extended-term track positions. Start dates are flexible. Responsibilities may include: (a) teaching in the AuD program, both didactically and clinically; (b) mentoring/supervising students in clinical practice both on- and off-campus; (c) providing clinical audiology services to patients in the School's on-campus Pacific EarClinic; (d) assisting with management of clinical placements at all levels of student development; (e), participating in the overall development and growth of the School of Audiology and its AuD program and on-campus clinic; and (f) engaging in service to the School, College, University, and community.
Required Knowledge, Skills And Abilities, & Behaviors
Qualified candidates must have: (a) earned doctorate in audiology, hearing science, or related field; (b) at least five years of professional audiology clinical experience, with comprehensive audiologic assessment and amplification dispensing proficiency; (c) Oregon audiology license; (individuals who do not yet hold but are eligible for an Oregon audiology license may be considered, but the license must be acquired before the start date); (d) commitment to interprofessional health care education and service delivery in keeping with the mission and vision of the College of Health Professions.
Preferred or Desirable Knowledge, Skills and Abilities, & Behaviors
Desirable areas of expertise include in-depth experience across general audiologic practice, with strong interest or expertise in amplification, pediatric assessment and intervention (including amplification and implantable devices), electrophysiologic assessment, or tinnitus diagnostics and treatment. Other areas of professional expertise may be considered if supportive of the overall growth of the School of Audiology and its AuD program and on-campus clinic. Desirable experience and traits include: (a) teaching experience, preferably at the university level; (b) clinical supervision experience, preferably at the university level; and (c) strong networking ability. ASHA CCC-A and/or ABA Board Certification in Audiology is a plus. Priority will be given to candidate's contribution to the diversity of the faculty.
Applicants interested in these rewarding opportunities should submit letter of application, resume, statement of teaching/clinical supervision philosophy (separate from letter of application), and complete contact information for three professional references (separate from letter of application or resume) to: Victoria Keetay, PhD, Professor and Director, School of Audiology, Pacific University, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Application materials will be screened and candidates selected for interview will be notified by telephone or email. The hiring process may consist of multiple interviews and can last several weeks. Employment is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.
Discover Pacific University, a small place where big ideas are developed through a distinctive combination of learning opportunities, diverse perspectives and civic engagement. Pacific University was founded in 1849 and now has three campuses in Oregon. We celebrate a rich liberal arts tradition in the College of Arts & Sciences alongside our acclaimed colleges of Education, Business, Health Professions and Optometry. Today, we offer a distinctive combination of learning opportunities, diverse perspectives and civic engagement. At the historic Forest Grove campus, Pacific students pursue bachelor's degrees in more than 36 majors, as well as graduate and master's degrees. At the Eugene campus we offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in our College of Education. And, at our state-of-the-art College of Health Professions Hillsboro Campus, we offer professional programs in dental health science, gerontology, healthcare administration, occupational and physical therapy, pharmacy, professional psychology, physician assistant studies and Audiology.
Pacific University also offers healthcare services throughout the Portland metropolitan area, caring for the patients we serve and the healthcare and optometry students we train. Additional facilities in Portland support the clinical programs of the College of Optometry and the School of Professional Psychology. We remain committed to a tradition of service and support to the community, offering service learning, international education, internships, research opportunities and co-curricular activities to students and faculty. With a rich history to build on and a strong future ahead, our 3,350 students enjoy a rigorous academic experience, professors who love to teach and a warm, friendly atmosphere. Our alumni go on to become life-long learners and engaged citizens of the world.
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