Adjunct Faculty, Communication Disorders and Sciences


Posting Date: October 5, 2018

Closing Date: Open until filled

William Paterson University is accepting applications for adjunct faculty positions in the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences to teach three undergraduate and one graduate course – Auditory Rehab (undergraduate level), Auditory Processing Disorders (graduate level) Clinical Observation and Methods (undergraduate), and Articulation and Phonological Disorders (undergraduate level)


Qualifications:

Auditory Rehab Course (undergraduate):

Master’s degree in Communication Disorders or doctorate in Audiology (AuD) or closely related field.  Hiring for morning in-person course only.

 

Articulation and Phonological Disorders Course (undergraduate):

Master’s degree in Communication Disorders or closely related field.  Hiring for in-person course only.​

 

Auditory Processing Disorders (graduate):

Master’s degree in Communication Disorders or closely related field.  Hiring in-person course only.​

 

Clinical Observation and Methods (undergraduate):

Master’s degree in Communication Disorders or closely related field.  Hiring in-person course only.​

 

Send letter of application and curriculum vitae to Dr. Nicole Magaldi, Chairperson, Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences, at magaldin@wpunj.edu.  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled. For additional information about the University visit www.wpunj.edu.

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William Paterson University is an equal opportunity employer that actively values and supports diversity among faculty, staff and students. Women, minorities, and members of under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.