California Baptist University, an evangelical Christian university affiliated with the California Southern Baptist Convention, invites applications for a Clinical Faculty position in the Speech Language Pathology program. Candidates must embrace the mission of California Baptist University and demonstrate a clear understanding of, and commitment to, excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service through the integration of the Christian faith and learning.
The College of Health Science at California Baptist University invites applications for a non-tenure-track, faculty appointment in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program. The successful candidate will join a growing, diverse, and dynamic faculty in the Department of Allied Health Professions. The Communication Sciences and Disorders Program is seeking applicants with a record of successful clinical experience and the ability to supervise graduate student clinicians in the CBU Clinical Education Center. The position is a 12-month appointment beginning July 1, 2018.
Teaching responsibility primarily includes clinical courses in the SLP graduate program, though other assignments at the will of the program director are possible. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong commitment to excellent teaching and leadership and will be expected to maintain an active program of scholarship and service. The successful candidate should be willing and able to integrate Christian faith in the classroom.
Qualified applicants must have ASHA certification in Speech Language Pathology and current ASHA membership; minimum of master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology; minimum 5 years clinical experience post clinical fellowship, with minimum 1-2 years supervising SLP graduate students in an academic or clinical setting; eligible for CA state license and licensed by proposed start date; preferred qualifications include experience with persons across the lifespan including adult neurogenic disorders and knowledge of documentation and assessment of student performance.