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LINGUIST List 20.3795

Fri Nov 06 2009

Jobs: Neurogenic Communication Disorders:Asst/AssocProf, U of South FL

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        1.    Stefan Frisch, Neurogenic Communication Disorders: Assistant/Associate Professor, University of South Florida, USA

Message 1: Neurogenic Communication Disorders: Assistant/Associate Professor, University of South Florida, USA
Date: 05-Nov-2009
From: Stefan Frisch <frischcas.usf.edu>
Subject: Neurogenic Communication Disorders: Assistant/Associate Professor, University of South Florida, USA
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University or Organization: University of South Florida
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders
Job Location: Florida, USA
Web Address: http://csd.usf.edu/
Job Rank: Asst/Assoc Professor

Specialty Areas: Neurolinguistics; Neurogenic Communication Disorders


Description:

Appointment:
August, 2010. Full-time, 9-month tenure track faculty appointment,
contingent upon funding.

Qualifications:
Requirements: Expertise in adult neurogenic disorders. Ph. D. in
Communication Sciences and Disorders, or other related discipline is
required by the start date.

Preferred qualifications:
CCC-SLP by start date. For consideration at the
rank of Assistant Professor, the applicant must have potential for
successful teaching, scholarly productivity, and acquiring external
research funding. For consideration at the rank of Associate Professor,
the applicant must have demonstrated success in these areas.

Responsibilities:
Assistant/Associate Professor, Speech-Language Pathology. Full-time,
9-month tenure track faculty appointment. Develop and teach graduate and
undergraduate courses in areas of specialty; advise Master's and Doctoral
students. Conduct research, seek external funding, publish in areas of
interest, and provide service to the department, college, university, and
profession. Summer teaching possible.

Salary:
Negotiable, depending upon qualifications.

Application Process:
Applicants must apply for this position through the USF on-line employment
application system CareersUSF. Go to http://employment.usf.edu and search
for position number (not posting number) 10665.

At the CareersUSF site, enter basic demographic information and upload:
(1) letter of interest which describes research agenda and teaching
philosophy, (2) curriculum vita, and (3) sample publications.

Submit three letters of recommendation to the application address below.
Direct inquiries to Stefan Frisch, contact information below.

Deadline:
Review of applications begins December 1, 2009. Applications will be
accepted until the position is filled.

Application Deadline: 01-Dec-2009
Mailing Address for Applications:
Stefan A. Frisch, Ph.D.
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
University of South Florida
4202 East Fowler Avenue, PCD 1017
Tampa, FL 33620-8150
USA
Web Address for Applications: http://employment.usf.edu
Contact Information:
Stefan Frisch
Email: frischcas.usf.edu
Phone: 813-974-6563

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