The Communicative Disorders and Sciences department within the College of Arts and Sciences at the University at Buffalo is seeking a scientist-practitioner whose primary responsibilities are to provide clinical supervision, practical training, classroom teaching and community-based program development for graduate students enrolled in the Master’s program. This individual is also expected to be well-grounded in Evidence-Based Practice and will be expected to train graduate students to use current research findings to structure their diagnostics and therapy practices.
Individual should have expertise in one or more of the following areas: 1) dysarthria and apraxia across the lifespan, 2) voice disorders, or 3) early intervention and child language.
- Master’s Degree in Speech-language pathology or equivalent field; doctoral level preferred from an accredited program
- ASHA CCC-SLP/Eligible for NYS licensure
- Demonstrated areas of specialty such as: adult speech disorders, childhood apraxia, early intervention, etc.
- Skills in language assessment using up-to-date clinical tools.
- Use of Web-based tracking program for clinical knowledge, skills, and clinical hours for graduate clinicians.
- Minimum Work Experience: 5 years clinical experience, 2 years clinical supervision experience
- Ph.D. in Communication Disorders and Sciences
- Prior teaching experience in communicative disorders and sciences university courses
- Able to initiate and/or participate in clinical research projects
Note: Applicants with a Master’s degree and 5+ years of clinical service-delivery and supervisory experience will be considered for this position. We are looking for someone who demonstrates a strong clinical acumen, is willing to assist in development of science-based, EBP policy and procedures and implement EPB clinical protocols. We are also interested in someone who can develop and implement specialty clinic programs and collaborate with academic researchers in the Department. The applicant must be strongly motivated to provide clinical services, clinical supervision, teaching and engage in clinical EBP program development. Future contributions to administrative duties are anticipated
Contact’s Name Dr. Jeffery Higginbotham
Contact’s Title Professor and Department Chair
Contact’s Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact’s Phone 716-829-5542