SIUE Office of Human Resources
Campus Box 1040
Edwardsville, IL 62026-1040
Phone: (618) 650-2190
Fax: (618) 650-2696
Rendleman, Room 3210
Hours: M - F, 8 am - 4:30 pm
Faculty Position FY14-90
April 10, 2014
Lecturer/Instructor (part-time and full-time positions)
School of Education
Periodically, the School of Education may have various openings throughout the year (AY 2014-2015 and summer 2015) for various full time, non-tenure, academic year term appointments and part-time, non-tenure, semester term lecturer appointments in any of the following School of Education program areas: Early Childhood Education; Elementary Education; Secondary Education; Educational Administration; Educational Foundations; Community Health Education; Special Education; Speech Pathology and Audiology*; Instructional Technology; Kinesiology and Health Education; and Psychology. Classes are typically scheduled for the semester and are taught on a daytime schedule or one night per week either on campus or in communities within a 60-mile radius.
*Specifically, there are three full-time openings available in Speech Pathology and Audiology:
Position: Instructor/Clinical Coordinator (Speech Pathology and Audiology)
Duties include: The Clinical Coordinator conducts, assigns, and reviews instructional training of the on-campus clinic (assigns and tracks student experiences, troubleshoots clinic problems, interacts with clients, supports students during clinical placements, reviews student evaluations and progress, advertises/recruits clients, ensures up-to-date materials; evaluates, enhances, expands, and ensures the quantity and quality of clinical services and student experiences) This position manages clinical supervisors, sets up and acts as liaison to off-campus placements and experiences, assists in managing contracts, runs regularly scheduled meetings with students and supervisors, attends program meetings, works closely with faculty and support staff to facilitate integration of academic and clinical experiences. This position also creates professional development, provides clinical supervision, and performs related duties as assigned.
2 Positions: Instructor/Clinical Supervisor (Speech Pathology and Audiology)
Duties include: The Clinical Supervisor supervises treatment and assessment (assists in the training of student clinicians; conducts weekly meeting with students to develop, support, and implement the clinical process; provides feedback about session, plans, notes; model and involvement in sessions; tracks/monitors student progress; and regularly meets with students to guide them through clinical experiences). This position meets regularly with the Clinical Coordinator and other clinical supervisors, interacts with clients/families, assists, presents and attends clinical meetings and orientations, and helps manage off-campus clinical experiences. This position works with the Clinical Coordinator and faculty to facilitate integration of academic and clinical experiences, attends program meetings as needed, and performs additional duties as assigned.
Ph.D. preferred, Master’s and Specialist’s with specific expertise will be considered.
*Specific qualifications for the Instructor/Clinical Coordinator (Speech Pathology and Audiology) and Instructor/Clinical Supervisor (Speech Pathology and Audiology):
Applicants must be Speech-Language Pathologists, have a Master's degree, hold ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence, and have or be eligible for, Illinois State License through the Department of Financial & Professional Regulation and at least 3-years of clinical, professional experience.
Terms of Appointment
Academic, non-tenure, term, percent of appointment varies.
*Instructor/ Clinical Coordinator (Speech Pathology and Audiology): preference will be given to applicants interested in 12-month appointment.
*Instructor/ Clinical Supervisor (Speech Pathology and Audiology): 9-month appointment with optional, 3-month appointment during the summer.
Source of Funds
Determined by union contract and course load.
Submit letter of application, resume, transcript, and references to:
Chairperson (Appropriate Department)
School of Education
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Campus Box 1049
Edwardsville, IL 62026
* Inquiries about the Instructor/ Clinical Coordinator (Speech Pathology and Audiology) and Instructor/ Clinical Supervisor (Speech Pathology and Audiology) should be directed to Steffany Chleboun at 618/650-3677 or firstname.lastname@example.org, and materials should be submitted to:
Speech-Language Pathology Program
Campus Box 1147
Edwardsville, IL 62026
Open until filled.
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About the School of Education, Health and Human Behavior
The SIUE School of Education, Health and Human Behavior prepares students in a wide range of fields including community health education, exercise science, instructional technology, psychology, speech-language pathology and audiology, administration and teaching. Faculty members engage in leading-edge research, which enhances teaching and enriches the educational experience.
The School supports the community through on-campus clinics, outreach to children and families, and a focused commitment to enhancing individual lives across the region.
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