Thursday, September 13, 2012

Three (count 'em) 3 tenure-track faculty positions -- Arizona State Univ., Dept of Speech & Hearing Sciences

The Department of Speech and Hearing Science at Arizona State University (SHS) announces openings for 3 tenure-track faculty positions at Full (Department Chair), Associate, and Assistant Professor rank. ASU is a Research I University with outstanding research facilities and infrastructure support and is located within the vibrant metropolitan Phoenix area with 3.5 million people. As The New American University (New American University Reader), ASU has been widely lauded for innovation, and its culture of transformation and excellence thrives in the Department of Speech and Hearing Science.

Successful candidates will be expected to develop and/or maintain internationally recognized, externally-funded research programs, teach in the undergraduate and graduate curricula, and participate in service activities in the Departmental, College and University. 

A PhD in any discipline relevant to human communication and its disorders and a record of publications in scholarly journals appropriate to the desired appointment level is required. Applicants for an Assistant Professor position must show exceptional promise in research and teaching, whereas applicants for the Associate and Full Professor ranks must have demonstrated excellence in research and teaching appropriate to the rank. Candidates whose research specialization would build on the core strengths of the department will be considered with preference (SHS Labs ). Potential for successful interaction with ASU’s existing centers of research excellence is also desirable. Candidates for Department Chair will have demonstrated leadership abilities, and success in translating ideas and vision into practice. 

ASU is an affirmative action/equal employment opportunity employer and is dedicated to recruiting a diverse faculty community. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. ASU Affirmative Action 

Background check is required for employment.

Applications will be submitted electronically with all files in .pdf format to Interested candidates must submit a cover letter indicating desired rank along with a description of research and expertise. Candidates applying for the Assistant Professor rank should also include a 5-year research plan. All candidates must also submit the following for consideration: i) current curriculum vitae; ii) names of 3 references, including address, phone and email contact information, iii) and attachments of 3 representative publications. Applications will be reviewed beginning November 30th, 2012; and every Friday thereafter until the searches are closed. Please visit SHS JOBS for more information on the department and the advertised positions. 

Job Number: Professor/Chair (10163); Associate Professor (10164); Assistant Professor (10165 

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