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[AUDITORY] JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Director, Division of Communicative Disorders, University of Louisville

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Director, Division of Communicative Disorders, University 
of Louisville

Applications are invited for the position of Director, Division of 
Communicative Disorders, Department of Surgery, University of Louisville 
School of Medicine. Candidate will have a dual role in directing the 
Division's clinical, research and academic initiatives and in directing 
either the Au.D. program or the SLP program within the Division. The 
Division of Communicative Disorders is one of several divisions of the 
Department of Surgery. It includes the Au.D. Program and the M.S. program in 
Speech-Language Pathology. Approximately 60 graduate students are enrolled 
in the M.S. program in SLP; 40 graduate students are enrolled in the Au.D. 
program. The Division has twelve full and part-time faculty, and operates 
several clinical sites in the Medical Center complex in downtown and 
suburban Louisville, KY. The SLP and AuD programs have practicum 
affiliations with a number of 'outside' clinics, hospitals, schools and 
agencies in the region. The candidate will teach 2 to 4 courses per year 
within either the Program in Audiology or the Program in Speech Language 
Pathology. S/he will have the opportunity to implement a research program 
and/or provide a limited amount of direct patient care while supervising 
students in clinical practicum. The Division Director will work 
collaboratively with Audiology and SLP program leadership (Academic Program 
Directors and Clinic Directors) to manage faculty development, divisional 
budgetary concerns, program development, program accreditation, and academic 
and clinical oversight.

Candidate must hold a doctorate degree in Communication Disorders or a 
related field, the CCC-A or CCC-SLP credential, and be eligible for state 
licensure. Preference will be given to candidates who have a distinguished 
record of research and teaching; a record of extramural funding; the ability 
to effectively articulate and further vision of the Division's research, 
teaching and service missions within the School of Medicine and beyond; the 
ability to develop and maintain productive working relationships with other 
Divisions and units within the University, as well as faculty, staff, 
students and alumni. The candidate should be eligible for senior-level 
responsibility at the Associate or Full Professor rank. 

The University of Louisville is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, 
Americans with Disabilities Employer, committed to diversity and in that 
spirit, seeks applications from a broad variety of candidates. 

Questions about the position may be directed to the search committee chair, 
Dr. Jeff Bumpous (jeffrey.bumpous@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx), Department of Surgery, 
University of Louisville School of Medicine.

Job ID: 29479

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