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Current Fiscal Year 2014 Faculty Ranges

RankMinimumMidpointMaximum
Professor$89,679$118,636$156,944
Associate Professor$64,969$85,947$113,700
Assistant Professor$54,752$72,431$95,819
Instructor$43,778$57,915$76,614
Senior Lecturer$59,057$78,723$104,938
Lecturer II$42,784$57,032$76,023
Lecturer I$36,614$48,807$65,059
Non-tenure Track Lecturer I, II or Senior, Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work
Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling
Tenure Track Assistant Professor Applied Statistics, Science, Technology and Mathematics
Tenure Track Biology, Science, Technology and Mathematics
Tenure Track Education, Department of Education
Tenure Track Education, Department of Education
Tenure Track in Information Technology, Science, Technology and Mathematics
Tenure Track Mathematics & Statistics, Science, Technology and Mathematics
Tenure Track Physical Education & Recreation, Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Tenure Track Physical Education & Recreation, Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Tenure-Track Faculty, Science, Technology and Mathematics
Tenure-Track Faculty Positions – 2 available, Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences
Tenure-Track, School Psychology, Department of Psychology

Coordinator Of Field Instruction, Non-Tenure Track, Lecturer 1, 2 or Senior

Department: Department of Social Work
Job Number: UF-140228110204
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Social Work has graduate (MSW) and undergraduate (BA) programs, both accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Each program has approximately 50 students, and students represent diverse backgrounds, cultures, learning styles, and educational experiences. The overwhelming majority of the undergraduates are deaf or hard of hearing, and approximately half of the MSW students are deaf and hard of hearing. Position contingent on funding.

Responsibilities:
Full time, eleven-month, faculty position with responsibility for coordinating all aspects of graduate (MSW) and undergraduate (BA) social work field education. In the capacity as field coordinator, incumbent is responsible for identifying both BA and MSW internship sites and monitoring/ensuring opportunities for each student's experiences in micro, mezzo, and macro practice; placement and readiness activities; developing and implementing an evaluation system for student learning and field setting effectiveness congruent with the CSWE EPAS; supervision and/or liaison responsibilities; analyzing all field data; collecting and using data to renew program yearly and disseminating this information to constituents; documenting student understanding and ability and ensuring the connection of the theoretical and conceptual contribution of the classroom with the practice setting; coordinating field trainings each semester on various practice and education topics to be made available to field agency representatives and others; developing field education curriculum which demonstrates the integration of curriculum content with field experiences; record keeping; and documenting the field education standards for the CSWE self-study processes.

As a faculty member, incumbent is also responsible for teaching courses for field education and responsibility/ownership for the field education course sequences for assessment purposes for the Office of Academic Quality and CSWE reaffirmation. Non-tenure track faculty are required to demonstrate excellence in teaching and service to the department and university/community. Salary and academic rank is dependent on experience and qualifications.

NOTE: This faculty position is tied to specific duties related to field education and incumbent will be hired specifically for this position and cannot move into a general social work faculty position without competition.

Requirements:
Minimum Qualifications:
1.Candidates must have an MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited program.

2.Must have a minimum of the equivalent of five years post-MSW full-time direct social work practice experience.

3.Competence and demonstrated ability to direct a field education program through practice experience and field instruction experience, under the Council on Social Work Education Educational and Policy Accreditation Standards (CSWE EPAS).

4.Clinical social work license or license-eligible with license secured by time of appointment.

Preferred Qualifications:
1.Evidence of exemplary teaching in higher education.

2.Supervisory experience and ability to design and implement a field education program with minimal supervision.

3.Knowledge of issues relevant for deaf individuals, families, groups, and communities.
4.Broad familiarity with a large network of social service agencies, schools, and organizations, especially within the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area to support field education placements and connections.

5.Familiarity with K-12 school social work.

6.Familiarity with national social service agencies, schools, and organizations that work with deaf and hard of hearing populations.

7.Knowledge of Deaf culture and deaf/hard of hearing communities, as well as ability to interact with a culturally diverse campus community.

8.Expertise in teaching a diverse student population with various learning styles and learning needs.

9.Experience in reaffirmation/accreditation activities based on the Council on Social Work Education standards.

10.Experience using distance education.

11.Experience securing grants and external funding.

12.Competence in American Sign Language is preferred at time of appointment. However, this is not required. If the selectee lacks sufficient competence in American Sign Language, she/he will be required to undergo ongoing training starting in the summer preceding appointment. Competency in ASL is required for all tenure and promotion actions.

Application Information:
Complete applications should be emailed as an attachment in PDF or Word format. Your application package should include: a letter of application which addresses the position qualifications, curriculum vita, teaching evaluations, sample of current course syllabi, samples of writing related to CSWE accreditation reaffirmation, and three letters of professional reference (including names, address, and email address). As part of the screening process and reference check, candidates under consideration must provide the name and contact information for their current supervisor/department chairperson.

Email the complete package to Dr. David Barclay, Chair of the Department of Social Work, at david.barclay@gallaudet.edu with the subject "Coordinator of Field Education".

Deadline for submitting application is March 31, 2014. Position begins August 16, 2014.

Non Tenure Track Lecturer Information Technology & Computer Applications

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-140228144230
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics seeks applications for a Non-Tenure-Track 9-month faculty position for those committed to teaching information technology and computer applications courses. Candidates must demonstrate potential for competency in teaching. Appointment Date: August 16, 2014. The position is contingent on funding.
Responsibilities:
1.Non-Tenure track faculty members are expected to teach four classes each semester, primarily computer applications and network administration courses.

2.Participate in and/or lead the development and revision of existing information technology curricula.

3.Participate in and/or lead the development and revision of existing assessment for information technology courses and programs.

4.Participate in program, department and University meetings and service.

Requirements:
1.Applicants must have a Master's degree in information Technology, computer applications, or a related field from an accredited university.

2.A minimum of three years' teaching experience (or the equivalent) in information technology or computer applications with deaf students is preferred.

3.Knowledge of pedagogy and familiarity with information technology instructional software is highly desirable.

4.Fluency in both American Sign Language and English is highly desirable.

5.The ability to work well as an active, contributing member of a department is highly desirable.

Salary/Compensation:
Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application which clearly outlines the fit with the job description and requirements, evidence of advising and teaching effectiveness and personal and/or academic connection to working in diverse communities. Applicants should also include a curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience to:

Dr. Kathleen S. Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002
202-651-5385

Non-tenure Track Lecturer I, II or Senior

Department: Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Job Number: UF-140304130028
Date Posted: 3/4/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Physical Education and Recreation (PER) invites applications for a Non-Tenure Track Faculty position in its undergraduate Physical Education and Recreation program (B.S.). The Physical Education and Recreation major prepares students to become leaders in promoting health-enhancing physical activities. Students acquire professional content knowledge and develop skills necessary to plan, lead and manage physical, recreation, and sports activities within diverse environments. The major provides unique opportunities for students to develop the ability to encourage active lifestyles that contribute to an improved quality of life within today's highly competitive, technology focused, and rapidly changing world. Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) is highly desirable; if not already proficient, a new faculty member must develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with Gallaudet University guidelines.
Responsibilities:
1.Teach courses in the Physical Education and Recreation major with a concentration in leading physical activity and management of physical education recreation and sports. Courses could include: Leading Physical & Recreation Activities; Concepts and Skills of Sports; Concepts and Skills of Physical Fitness; Concepts and Skills of Racket Sports; Event Planning and Management; Intramurals and Officiating and Athletic Coaching; Management of Physical Education and Recreation; Foundations of Physical Education and Recreation; Wellness;

2.Supervise majors in the internship experience and provide academic advising and professional mentoring.

3.Engage in scholarship including research; participate in Department and University faculty activities and professional service.

Requirements:
1.M.S./M.A. degree in recreation, physical education or related field is required.

2.Prior involvement in teaching at a collegiate level to demonstrate the promise of fully contributing to a student learning-centered academic community.

3.Involvement in professional organizations.

4.Promising scholarly activity agenda.

5.The candidate should have an active lifestyle that reflects the philosophy of the PER Department.

6.Candidates must possess a foundation for communicating in American Sign Language and willingness to continue improving their ASL skills. For candidates whose ASL skills do not meet standards for non-tenure at Gallaudet, this includes commitment to significant time and effort over several years to develop the required level of communication skills.

Salary/Compensation:
Rank and Salary: Lecturer I/Lecturer II/Senior Lecturer. Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment will be for the regular nine-month academic year.

Preferred starting date: August 18, 2014.

Application Information:
To apply: Send a letter of application; curriculum vita; official transcripts of academic courses; examples of academic publications, writings or scholarly presentation; and please list three professional references and have each reference listed submit a letter of recommendation to:


Kathryn Baldridge, Chair
Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E. Field House 144B
Washington, D.C. 20002-3695
Telephone: 202-651-5591 (Voice/VP)
Video Phone: 202-250-
Email: Kathryn.baldridge@gallaudet.edu

Tenure Track Assistant Professor

Department: Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Job Number: UF-140304130839
Date Posted: 3/4/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of ASL & Deaf Studies within the College of Arts and Sciences at Gallaudet University invites applications for one full-time tenure track position with the Deaf Studies Program of the Department beginning Fall semester, 2014
Responsibilities:
1.Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Deaf Studies.

2.Engage in scholarship and/or research in the field and generate external funding for research and student support.

3.Collaborate with colleagues in developing curricular offerings in Deaf Studies, on both undergraduate and graduate levels, including assisting in the development of a PhD program in Deaf Studies.

4.Assist in Department projects aimed at expanding the presence of Deaf Studies on internal, national and international scales.

5.Participate in program, department, and university faculty activities and professional service.

6.Other duties as assigned by the chair.

Requirements:
1.Strong preference will be given to applicants who have completed a Ph.D. or other terminal degree in fields related to Deaf Studies, including but not limited to Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Sociology, Linguistics, Education, Literature, History, Philosophy, or other related fields.

2.Applicants who have completed significant work towards a terminal degree but who have not yet completed the degree may be considered. Applicants must have at least a master's degree from an accredited university in a closely related field.

3.Demonstrated record of successful grant awards and publications in peer reviewed journals and/or books published strongly preferred.

4.Knowledge & experience working with individuals with diverse educational, language and cultural backgrounds.

5.Ability to use various software programs for teaching & research, and is technology literate. Experience teaching online courses a plus.

6.Native or native-like fluency in American Sign Language and be fluent in written English. Submit evidence of American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI) proficiency level of
4 or better and/or Sign Language Proficiency Interview ASL (SLPI: ASL) proficiency level of Superior-Superior Plus to be interviewed for this position. Individuals with native-like fluency in another sign language would be required to demonstrate at least a rating of 3+ on the ASLPI and Advanced Plus on the SLPI: ASL for individuals with native-like fluency in another sign language.

Salary/Compensation:
Salary Range: $54, 752 - $ 87,947
Application Information:
To apply, please send 1) Curriculum Vitae, 2) letter of interest, and 3) three letters of recommendation to DSTSearch14@gallaudet.edu.

Position will remain open until filled.

Tenure Track Assistant Professor

Department: Department of Social Work
Job Number: UF-140228113255
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Social Work has graduate (MSW) and undergraduate (BA) programs, both accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Each program has approximately 50 students, and students represent diverse backgrounds, cultures, learning styles, and educational experiences. The overwhelming majority of the undergraduates are deaf or hard of hearing, and approximately half of the MSW students are deaf and hard of hearing. Position contingent on funding.
Responsibilities:
Full time, nine-month, tenure track MSW faculty position with responsibility for teaching courses in one or more of the major curriculum areas of the MSW program with special emphasis on social work practice and social work research. Under our current department model, incumbent will be responsible for oversight and instruction of practice sequence courses to include the micro, mezzo, and macro practice curriculum and support the research sequence. Incumbent is also responsible for ongoing course development for both on campus and distance education, responsibility/ownership of a specific course sequence for assessment purposes for the Office of Academic Quality and CSWE reaffirmation and other compliance documentation, advising students, service to the department, university, and community; and, involvement in scholarly and professional activities. Tenure-track faculty are required to demonstrate excellence in teaching, service, and scholarship. Salary and academic rank is dependent on experience and qualifications.
Requirements:
Minimum Qualifications:
1.Candidates must have an MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited program and a Ph.D. in a related field.

2.Must have a minimum of five years post-MSW social work practice experience.

3.Evidence of exemplary teaching in higher education.

4.Fluency in American Sign Language.

5.Current, valid Master-level social work licensure or license-eligible (must have license by time of appointment).

Preferred Qualifications:
1.Expertise in teaching a diverse student population with various learning styles and learning needs.

2.Experience as a social worker practicing on the mezzo level with families and groups.

3.Experience as a social worker practicing on the macro level.

4.Experience in active social work research and scholarly activities.

5.Knowledge of issues relevant for deaf individuals, families, groups, and communities.

6.Knowledge of Deaf culture and deaf/hard of hearing communities, as well as ability to interact with a culturally diverse campus community.

7.Experience in reaffirmation/accreditation activities based on the Council on Social Work Education standards.

8.Experience using distance education.

9.Experience securing grants and external funding.

Application Information:
Complete applications should be emailed as an attachment in PDF or Word format. Your application package should include: a letter of application which addresses the position qualifications, curriculum vita, teaching evaluations, sample of current course syllabi, samples of scholarly writing, and three letters of professional reference (including names, address, and email address). As part of the screening process and reference check, candidates under consideration must provide the name and contact information for their current supervisor/department chairperson.

Email the complete package to Dr. David Barclay, Chair of the Department of Social Work, at david.barclay@gallaudet.edu with the subject "MSW TT Faculty Position".

Deadline for submitting application is March 31, 2014. Position begins August 16, 2014

Tenure Track Assistant Professor

Department: Department of Counseling
Job Number: UF-140227132716
Date Posted: 2/27/2014
Status: Accepting applications
General Information: The Department of Counseling offers masters' degree programs in school counseling and mental health counseling. All programs are either fully CACREP or CACREP and CAEP-accredited. It is our mission to prepare graduates to be multiculturally competent professional counselors able to work skillfully with deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing clients of diverse backgrounds. We are currently seeking a full-time tenure track faculty member to join our dedicated faculty starting August 2014, contingent upon funding. Applicants with school counseling background and experience are strongly encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities:
1.Teach courses in School Counseling and Mental Health Counseling.
2.Supervise students in fieldwork settings and provide academic advising and professional
mentoring.
3.Work collaboratively with faculty members.
4.Engage in scholarship, including research and program development.
5.Participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service.
6.Grant writing and/or other department responsibilities as assigned.
Requirements:
1.An earned doctorate in counselor education or closely related field.
Exceptional candidates with doctoral degrees in progress may be considered.
2.At least three years of counseling experience, with deaf and/or hard of hearing
individuals, preferably in a school setting.
3.Knowledge and skills in content relevant to the applicant's specialization.
4.Awareness of the cultural and educational implications of working with deaf students, and
fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) or demonstrated willingness to commit significant
time and effort over several years to develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with
Gallaudet's faculty guidelines.
5.Experience supervising counseling students or pre-licensed counselors, or
substantialexperience mentoring others.
6.Potential for competency in teaching, scholarship, and service.
7.Effective interpersonal and collaboration skills.
8.Knowledge of program assessment is preferred.

Salary/Compensation:
Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. The appointment will be for a regular nine-month academic year starting August 4, 2014 or later.
Application Information:
Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Qualified candidates must submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, official graduate transcripts, examples of academic products, and three letters of reference relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience to:

Dr. Kendra Smith, Chairperson
Department of Counseling
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695
Telephone: 202-651-5515
Videophone: 202-618-6852
E-mail: Kendra.Smith@Gallaudet.Edu
FAX: 202-651-5657

Tenure Track Assistant Professor Applied Statistics

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-140228140633
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in the area of applied statistics, starting August 16, 2014. Candidates must be committed to innovative teaching of undergraduate and graduate statistics service courses for a liberal arts curriculum in a predominantly visual environment. Candidates must demonstrate potential for competency in teaching, scholarship/research and service. Fluency in American Sign Language is desirable. Applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn and must be willing to attend training during the summer. The position is contingent on funding.

Gallaudet University is a visually-centered, bilingual (American Sign Language and written English) environment in the heart of Washington, D.C. It is home to VL2, a Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning, one of six such learning centers funded by the National Science Foundation. With classes of typically fewer than 20 students each, students and faculty both enjoy a dynamic interactions and opportunities for active and collaborative learning.

Responsibilities:
The STM department offers B.S. and B.A. degrees in mathematics, biology, chemistry, and information technology. The successful candidate's primary responsibility will be teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics to students from STM and other departments, including psychology, education, linguistics, and audiology.

The successful candidate will also advise students in the mathematics major, serve on dissertation committees for students in other departments, and work collaboratively with faculty members in various graduate and undergraduate programs. Other responsibilities include engagement in scholarship and/or research in the field or in mathematics education; participation in department and university faculty activities; preparation of proposals and applications to external sources for funding and accreditation purposes.

Requirements:
Candidates must possess a doctorate in statistics, applied statistics, biostatistics, applied mathematics, or a closely-related field. Applicants with expertise in statistics in the social sciences are encouraged to apply.
Salary/Compensation:
Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application which clearly outlines your fit with the job description and requirements, evidence of teaching effectiveness and your personal and/or academic connection to working in diverse, visually-centered communities. Applicants should also include a curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience to:

Dr. Kathleen S. Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building – Room E300-A
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002

Tenure Track Biology

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-140228143746
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics seeks faculty applicants committed to teaching undergraduate biology courses. Candidates must demonstrate potential for competency in teaching, scholarship/research and service. Fluency in American Sign Language is highly desirable. Applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn and must be willing to attend training during the summer. Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment Date: August 16, 2014. The position is contingent on funding.
Responsibilities:
The department offers B.S. and B.A. degrees in biology, chemistry, information technology, and mathematics and provides service courses to a number of other programs. The successful candidate's primary responsibility will be teaching undergraduate courses in biology, including non-major courses. These courses will consist primarily of general studies courses (Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning in Context) and non-majors courses in human biology. The candidate will advise students in the science majors and work collaboratively with other faculty members. The candidate is expected to engage in scholarship and/or research in his/her field or in science education. The candidate is expected to participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service. The candidate is expected to prepare and submit proposals and applications to external sources for funding and accreditation purposes. Other department and university responsibilities may be assigned.
Requirements:
Candidates must possess a doctorate in biology or a related field. Applicants with expertise in any area of biology are encouraged to apply although expertise in one of the following fields is preferred: human biology, anatomy and physiology, science education, medical sciences/public health
Salary/Compensation:
Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application which clearly outlines your fit with the job description and requirements, evidence of teaching effectiveness and your personal and/or academic connection to working in diverse communities. Applicants should also include a curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience to:

Dr. Kathleen S. Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building – Room E300-A
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002

Tenure Track Education

Department: Department of Education
Job Number: UF-140228134154
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Education established in 1891, is an ASL/English bilingual, diverse, multicultural learning community devoted to preparing teachers, researchers, educational leaders, and international development advocates. Using a transformative framework the students are mentored to enhance critical thinking, obtain experiences with interdisciplinary connections, explore multiple social and professional identities, and assume social responsibility. Our mission is to promote the intellectual, linguistic, and social potential of deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals and the creation of systems oriented toward social inclusion at home and abroad.
The Department of Education seeks faculty applicants with expertise in Social Studies Education, committed to excellence, imagination, and collaboration, who demonstrate exemplary teaching and potential for scholarship and program leadership. Successful applicants should have experience with ethnically and linguistically diverse populations, multidisciplinary and critical approaches to pedagogy and a strong connection with communities and schools. Applicants must be excellent communicators and demonstrate American Sign Language proficiency before promotion or tenure.
Deaf Education and General Education Programs: Expertise in Social Studies Education (May include History, Government, or related fields)
Responsibilities:
1. Teach courses in Social Studies Education and other areas as needed and appropriate at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

2. Supervise students in practica and provide academic advising and professional mentoring.

3. Work collaboratively with school partners.
4. Engage in scholarship, including research and program development. 

5. Participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service.
Requirements:
1. An earned doctorate in education, deaf education, special education, or related field, with specialization and licensure in Social Studies education (General Education). 

2. At least three years of teaching experience or equivalent in Social Studies, with a preference for experience in ASL/English bilingual learning environments.

3. Knowledge and skills in pedagogy and content relevant to Social Studies education and bilingual education.

4. Experience with new or prospective teachers in practicum or mentoring relationships or equivalent experience.

5. Excellent American Sign Language (ASL) skills are strongly desired. If not already proficient, a new faculty member must develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with Gallaudet faculty guidelines.

6. Potential for outstanding scholarship, teaching, and service.

7. Excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills.
Salary/Compensation:
Instructor or Assistant Professor. Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment will be for the regular nine-month academic year.
Application Information:
Starting Date: August 2014 or until filled.

Application Deadline: Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Application Information:

To Apply send: 1)a letter of application, 2)curriculum vita,
3) official transcripts of graduate work,
4) evidence of content area knowledge, 5) experience and/or licensure in Social Studies teaching, 6) evidence of American Sign Language skill,
7) examples of academic publications or academic writing, and
8) three letters of reference relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and other work experience to:

Dr. Helen R. Thumann, Chair, Department of Education E-mail: Helen.Thumann@Gallaudet.Edu
Telephone: 202-651-5530 Video Phone: 202-250-2468 FAX: 202-651-5860
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE Washington, DC 20002-3695

Tenure Track Education

Department: Department of Education
Job Number: UF-140228134618
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Education established in 1891, is an ASL/English bilingual, diverse, multicultural learning community devoted to preparing teachers, researchers, educational leaders, and international development advocates. Using a transformative framework the students are mentored to enhance critical thinking, obtain experiences with interdisciplinary connections, explore multiple social and professional identities, and assume social responsibility. Our mission is to promote the intellectual, linguistic, and social potential of deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals and the creation of systems oriented toward social inclusion at home and abroad.

The Department of Education seeks faculty applicants with expertise in Mathematics Education, committed to excellence, imagination, and collaboration, who demonstrate exemplary teaching and potential for scholarship and program leadership. Successful applicants will demonstrate experience with ethnically and linguistically diverse populations, multidisciplinary and critical approaches to pedagogy and a strong connection with communities and schools. Applicants must be excellent communicators and demonstrate American Sign Language proficiency before promotion or tenure.

Deaf Education and General Education Programs: Expertise in Mathematics Education or related fields

Responsibilities:
1. Teach courses in Mathematics Education (including related courses in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and Secondary Education) and other areas as needed and appropriate at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
2. Supervise students in practica and provide academic advising and professional mentoring.
3. Work collaboratively with school partners.
4. Engage in scholarship, including research and program development.
5. Participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service.
Requirements:
1. An earned doctorate in education, deaf education, special education, or related field, with specialization and licensure in Mathematics education (General Education).
2. At least three years of teaching experience or equivalent in elementary and/or secondary Mathematics, with a preference for experience in ASL/English bilingual learning environments.
3. Knowledge and skills in pedagogy and content relevant to Mathematics education and bilingual education.
4. Experience with new or prospective teachers in practicum or mentoring relationships or equivalent experience.
5. Excellent American Sign Language (ASL) skills are strongly desired. If not already proficient, a new faculty member must develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with Gallaudet faculty guidelines.
6. Potential for outstanding scholarship, teaching, and service.
7. Excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills.
Salary/Compensation:
Rank and Salary: Tenure Track: Instructor, Assistant Professor or Associate Professor. Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment will be for the regular nine-month academic year.
Application Information:
Starting Date: August 2014 or until filled.
Application Deadline: Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Application Information:
To Apply send: 1) a letter of application, 2) curriculum vita,
3) official transcripts of graduate work,
4) evidence of content area knowledge, 5) experience and/or licensure in Mathematics teaching, 6) evidence of American Sign Language skill,
7) examples of academic publications or academic writing, and
8) three letters of reference relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and other work experience to:

Dr. Helen R. Thumann, Chair, Department of Education
E-mail: Helen.Thumann@Gallaudet.Edu
Telephone: 202-651-5530 Video Phone: 202-250-2468
FAX: 202-651-5860
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695

Tenure Track in Information Technology

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-140228142849
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics seeks a full-time tenure-track faculty member to join the Information Technology program. Candidates with professional-level work experience in the IT field in addition to demonstrated potential for competency in teaching, scholarship/research, and service are highly desirable. Fluency in American Sign Language at time of appointment is highly desirable. Applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn. The appointment will be nine months for the academic year beginning August 16, 2013. Position is contingent on funding.
Responsibilities:
• Teach IT courses, including special topics courses, in the following areas:
applications development, networks administration, and information security
• Engage in research in the IT field, including grant-funded research
• Advise and mentor students in the IT major
• Participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service.
Requirements:
Candidates must have an earned doctorate in information technology, computer science, or closely related field. Candidates must possess content knowledge in a range of areas that might include: programming languages, data structures, information security, and networks administration. Candidates should demonstrate competence in teaching, scholarship, and a commitment to service. Prior work experience as an IT professional is highly desirable. Candidates must also demonstrate strong interpersonal and collaboration skills
Salary/Compensation:
Rank and salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Application Information:
Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, examples of academic publications, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience, along with a statement of teaching philosophy to:

Dr. Kathleen Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Tenure Track Instructor or Assistant Professor

Department: Department of Business
Job Number: UF-140227134843
Date Posted: 2/27/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Responsibilities:
Teach undergraduate business administration core courses and elective courses, with an emphasis on Economics courses, both graduate and undergraduate level. In addition, ability to teach insurance and risk management courses is desirable. Serve as advisor and mentor to undergraduate business majors. Conduct research, individually and/or collaboratively with other members of the academic community. Fulfill program, department and university service assignments. Perform other duties assigned by the chairperson of the Department of Business.
Requirements:
Doctoral degree in Economics or its equivalent. University level teaching experience and increasingly responsible experience in private business and/or the government in Economics areas strongly preferred. Applicants with a Master's degree who have extensive, relevant work and teaching experience may also be considered;

Applicant must possess strong quantitative and technology skills;

Proficiency in American Sign Language (ASL) is highly desirable; if not already proficient, a new faculty member must develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with Gallaudet University guidelines;

Record of publication, survey, research, consulting and other activities demonstrating the use of economics analysis for business and/or government decision-making purposes is highly desirable.

Experience in Insurance and risk management additional preference

•To be considered for tenure at Gallaudet University, a candidate must possess a Ph.D./terminal degree in their field

Salary/Compensation:
Instructor or Assistant Professor Position; Rank and salary are commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment will be for the regular nine-month academic year.
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Employment begins August 16, 2014.

Send letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, official transcripts of graduate work, examples of academic publications, and three letters of reference relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience to:

Department of Business Search Committee
Department of Business
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695
Phone: 202-651-5312 (v) 202-540-8517 (vp) Fax: 202-651-5516
Email: Business@gallaudet.edu

Tenure Track Instructor or Assistant Professor

Department: Department of English
Job Number: UF-140227131444
Date Posted: 2/27/2014
Status: Accepting applications
General Information: The Department of English has one undergraduate program offering a BA in English and two minors, one in English and one in Writing. The department seeks to one full-time faculty position starting in August 2014, contingent upon funding. We are seeking a faculty member who has extensive professional experience and training to teach media, business, and professional writing, as well freshmen and sophomore service courses.

Responsibilities:

Faculty member will teach three courses each semester. English major-level courses may include: Introduction to Public and Professional Writing, Creative Writing (various genres), Multimedia Composition, Writing for Social Media, Writing for Digital Media, among others. Additional teaching areas will depend upon interests and skills of the faculty member and the needs of the department. Expectations for both non tenure track and tenure track positions include departmental, university, and professional service. Tenure-track faculty members are expected to publish creative or scholarly work.
Requirements:

For the tenure-track position, candidates must have a doctorate in English or closely-related field or a MFA in writing. Those who are near completion of a terminal degree may also apply, but will be appointed at the rank of instructor until completion of the degree program. For the non-tenure-track position, candidates must have a MA in English or closely-related field and extensive professional writing experience. All candidates should demonstrate an ability to teach effectively with diverse populations, including deaf and hard of hearing students. Candidates must be aware of cultural and educational implications of working with deaf and hard of hearing students, and have appropriate communication skills in American Sign Language.

Application Information:

Qualified candidates must submit a letter of application clearly addressing fit with required and preferred qualifications; current curriculum vitae, official graduate transcripts, and three letters of reference to:

Paige E. Franklin, English Department Chair
HMB W212B
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695

Tenure Track Linguistics

Department:
Job Number: UF-130506111744
Date Posted: 5/6/2013
Status: Accepting applications
Responsibilities:
1.Teach graduate courses in the M.A. and Ph.D. programs in linguistics.

2.Teach undergraduate courses in the undergraduate minor in linguistics.

3.Advise and supervise undergraduate and graduate students in linguistics.

4.Engage in scholarship and/or research in the field and generate external funding for research and student support.

5.Participate in program, department, and university faculty activities and professional service.

6.Other duties as assigned by the chair.

Requirements:
1.Experience and demonstrated excellence in teaching linguistics.

2.Ph.D. in linguistics or closely related field. To be considered for tenure at Gallaudet University, a candidate must possess a terminal degree; outstanding applicants with significant progress toward a terminal degree may considered.

3.Ability to lecture in American Sign Language.

4.Record of (or clear potential for) research and scholarship in signed language linguistics and demonstrated success or clear potential for generating external funding for research.

Salary/Compensation:
Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment will be for the regular nine-month academic year.
Application Information:
Send letter of application, vita, official transcripts of graduate work, and three letters of reference demonstrating quality of research and teaching to the Linguistics Search Committee at the address given below.

Application deadline: Will continue to receive and review applications until the position is filled.

Application Address: Dr. Miako Rankin
c/o Ms. Jayne McKenzie
Linguistics Search Committee
Department of Linguistics (SLCC 3rd floor)
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695

Specific questions may be addressed to Dr. Miako Rankin at miako.rankin@gallaudet.edu.

Tenure Track Mathematics & Statistics

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-140228143417
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in the area of mathematics and statistics, starting August, 2014. Candidates must be committed to innovative teaching of undergraduate majors-level and service courses for a liberal arts curriculum in a predominantly visual environment. Candidates must demonstrate potential for competency in teaching, scholarship/research and service. Fluency in American Sign Language is desirable. Applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn and must be willing to attend training during the summer. Appointment Date: August 16, 2014. The position is contingent on funding.

Gallaudet University is a visually-centered, bilingual (American Sign Language and written English) environment in the heart of Washington, D.C. It is home to VL2, a Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning, one of six such learning centers funded by the National Science Foundation. With classes of typically fewer than 20 students each, students and faculty both enjoy a dynamic interactions and opportunities for active and collaborative learning.

Responsibilities:
The STM department offers B.S. and B.A. degrees in mathematics, biology, chemistry, and information technology. The successful candidates' primary responsibility will be teaching undergraduate upper-level mathematics courses to students from STM and other departments.

The successful candidate will also advise students in the mathematics major, serve on dissertation committees for students in other departments, and work collaboratively with faculty members in various graduate and undergraduate programs. Other responsibilities include engagement in scholarship and/or research in the field or in mathematics education; participation in department and university faculty activities; preparation of proposals and applications to external sources for funding and accreditation purposes.

Requirements:
Candidates must possess a doctorate in mathematics, statistics, mathematics education, applied mathematics, or a closely related field. Applicants with expertise in statistics are encouraged to apply.
Salary/Compensation:
Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Application Information:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application which clearly outlines your fit with the job description and requirements, evidence of teaching effectiveness and your personal and/or academic connection to working in diverse, visually-centered communities. Applicants should also include a curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience to:

Dr. Kathleen S. Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building – Room E300-A
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002

Tenure Track Physical Education & Recreation

Department: Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Job Number: UF-140228144835
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Physical Education and Recreation (PER) invites applications for a Tenure Track Faculty position in its undergraduate Physical Education and Recreation program (B.S.). The Physical Education and Recreation major prepares students to become leaders in promoting health-enhancing physical activities. Students acquire professional content knowledge and develop skills necessary to plan, lead and manage physical, recreation, and sports activities within diverse environments. The major provides unique opportunities for students to develop the ability to encourage active lifestyles that contribute to an improved quality of life within today's highly competitive, technology focused, and rapidly changing world. Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) is highly desirable; if not already proficient, a new faculty member must develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with Gallaudet University guidelines.
Responsibilities:
1.Teach courses in the Physical Education and Recreation major with a concentration in exercise science including Kinesiology; Motor Learning and Physiology of Exercise. Additional courses may include Wellness; Foundations of Physical Education and Recreation; Adapted Physical Education; Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education and Recreation; and fitness related activity classes.

2.Supervise majors in the internship experience and provide academic advising and professional mentoring.

3.Engage in scholarship including research; participate in department and University faculty activities and professional service.

Requirements:
1.Ph.D. in exercise science, physical education, recreation, or related field is required or M.S./M.A. degree with substantial coursework completed toward a doctorate degree.

2.Prior involvement in teaching at a collegiate level to demonstrate the promise of fully contributing to a student learning-centered academic community.

3.Involvement in professional organizations.

4.Promising scholarly activity agenda.

5.The candidate should have an active lifestyle that reflects the philosophy of the PER Department.

6.Candidates must possess a foundation for communicating in American Sign Language and willingness to continue improving their ASL skills. For candidates whose ASL skills do not meet standards for tenure at Gallaudet, this includes commitment to significant time and effort over several years to develop the required level of communication skills.

Salary/Compensation:
Rank and Salary: Assistant or Associate Professor. Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment will be for the regular nine-month academic year.
Preferred starting date: August 2014.
Application Information:
To Apply: Send a letter of application; curriculum vita; official transcripts of academic courses; examples of academic publications, writings or scholarly presentation; and please list three professional references and have each reference listed submit a letter of recommendation to:

Ms. Kathryn Baldridge, Chair
Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E. Field House 144
Washington, D.C. 20002-3695
Telephone: 202-651-5591 (Voice)
Email: kathryn.baldridge@gallaudet.edu

Tenure Track Physical Education & Recreation

Department: Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Job Number: UF-140228145159
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Physical Education and Recreation (PER) invites applications for a Tenure Track Faculty position in its undergraduate Physical Education and Recreation program (B.S.). The Physical Education and Recreation major prepares students to become leaders in promoting health-enhancing physical activities. Students acquire professional content knowledge and develop skills necessary to plan, lead and manage physical, recreation, and sports activities within diverse environments. The major provides unique opportunities for students to develop the ability to encourage active lifestyles that contribute to an improved quality of life within today's highly competitive, technology focused, and rapidly changing world. Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) is highly desirable; if not already proficient, a new faculty member must develop proficiency in ASL in accordance with Gallaudet University guidelines.
Responsibilities:
1.Teach courses in the Physical Education and Recreation major with a concentration in Outdoor/Experiential Education. Courses could include Leading Physical Activities; Outdoor Experiential Education; Personal Discovery; Map and Compass; Adapted Physical Education and Recreation; Wellness; and Physical Education and Wellness in a School Environment.

2.Supervise majors in the internship experience and provide academic advising and professional mentoring.

3.Engage in scholarship including research; participate in department and University faculty activities and professional service.

Requirements:
1.Ph.D. in outdoor education, physical education recreation or related field is required or M.S./M.A. degree with substantial coursework completed toward a doctorate degree.

2.Prior involvement in teaching at a collegiate level to demonstrate the promise of fully contributing to a student learning-centered academic community.

3.Involvement in professional organizations.

4.Promising scholarly activity agenda.

5.The candidate should have an active lifestyle that reflects the philosophy of the PER Department.

6.Candidates must possess a foundation for communicating in American Sign Language and willingness to continue improving their ASL skills. For candidates whose ASL skills do not meet standards for tenure at Gallaudet, this includes commitment to significant time and effort over several years to develop the required level of communication skills.

Salary/Compensation:
Rank and Salary: Assistant or Associate Professor. Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment will be for the regular nine-month academic year.

Preferred starting date: August 2014

Application Information:
To Apply: Send a letter of application; curriculum vita; official transcripts of academic courses; examples of academic publications, writings or scholarly presentation; and please list three professional references and have each reference listed submit a letter of recommendation to:

Kathryn Baldridge, Chair
Department of Physical Education and Recreation
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E. Field House 144B
Washington, D.C. 20002-3695
Telephone: 202-651-5591 (Voice)
Email: Kathryn.baldridge@gallaudet.edu

Tenure Track, MSW Coordinator of School SW Specialization, Instructor or Assistant Professor

Department: Department of Social Work
Job Number: UF-140228110957
Date Posted: 2/28/2014
Status: Accepting applications
The Department of Social Work has graduate (MSW) and undergraduate (BA) programs, both accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Each program has approximately 50 students, and students represent diverse backgrounds, cultures, learning styles, and educational experiences. The overwhelming majority of the undergraduates are deaf or hard of hearing, and approximately half of the MSW students are deaf and hard of hearing. Position contingent on funding.
Responsibilities:
Full time, ten-month, faculty position with responsibility for coordinating all aspects of graduate (MSW) school social work (SSW) specialization and being a strong contributing faculty member to the MSW program. In the capacity as MSW SSW coordinator, incumbent is responsible for coordinating and continuing the development of the School Social Work specialization which includes applying for available grant funding and serving as Principal Investigator; teaching designated courses related to SSW; writing and developing a unique SSW curriculum and working with MSW faculty for the articulation and inclusion of content relevant to SSW practice within general social work courses; ensuring department faculty participation in the PEP-C (Curriculum) Committee and the PEP Diversity and Field Committee to support the continuous development of strong and integrated school curriculum; providing leadership for the NCATE and DC Department of Education certification processes in order to ensure the Department of Social Work maintains its certification, licensure, and accreditation; coordinating the admissions process for applicants to the SSW specialization; coordinating and enhancing recruitment for the SSW specialization; working with the MSW Field Coordinator to identify and establish school-based field experiences; developing and implementing an evaluation system for student learning and SSW effectiveness congruent with the CSWE EPAS and NASW School Social Work compliance; having supervision and/or liaison responsibilities; analyzing all SSW data including tracking graduates; collecting and using SSW data to renew program yearly; documenting student understanding; record keeping; and documenting the applicable CSWE EPAS standards for the CSWE self-study process for the SSW specialization.

As an MSW faculty member, incumbent is also responsible for teaching courses for SSW and may include one or more courses in the major MSW curriculum, ongoing course development for both on campus and distance education, responsibility/ownership of SSW course sequences for assessment purposes for the Office of Academic Quality and CSWE reaffirmation, and advising students. Tenure-track faculty are required to demonstrate excellence in teaching, service, and scholarship. Salary and academic rank is dependent on experience and qualifications. The minimum education requirement for the Instructor level is MSW degree and the minimum education for the Assistant Professor level is MSW degree and Ph.D. degree in a social work related field.

NOTE: This faculty position is tied to specific duties related to the School Social Work Specialization and incumbent will be hired specifically for this position and cannot move into a general social work faculty position without competition.

Requirements:
Minimum Qualifications:
1.Candidates must have an MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited program.

2.Candidates must have a minimum of the equivalent of five years post-MSW full-time direct social work practice experience.

3.Candidates must have at least 5 years of recent experience as a school social worker (within the last 10 years).

4.Current, valid Master-level social work licensure or license-eligible (must have license by time of appointment).

Preferred Qualifications:
1.Although the minimum requirement is an MSW degree, a Ph.D. in a social work related field is preferred. If the selectee does not have a Ph.D., they will be expected to enroll in and complete a doctoral program prior to all tenure and promotion actions.

2.Experience securing grants and external funding.

3.Program management experience including program assessment design, data collection and evaluation, budgeting, renewal, and documentation/reporting.

4.Expertise in teaching a diverse student population with various learning styles and learning needs.

5.Experience in specific school/children social work practice models such as play therapy and sand tray therapy.

6.Experience as a school social worker with deaf and hard of hearing students.

7.Evidence of exemplary teaching in higher education.

8.Experience using distance education.

9.Competence in American Sign Language is preferred at time of appointment. However, this is not required. If the selectee lacks sufficient competence in American Sign Language, she/he will be required to undergo ongoing training starting in the summer preceding appointment. Competency in ASL is required for all tenure and promotion actions.

Application Information:
Complete applications should be emailed as an attachment in PDF or Word format. Your application package should include: a letter of application which addresses the position qualifications, curriculum vita, teaching evaluations, sample of current course syllabi, samples of scholarly writing, and three letters of professional reference (including names, address, and email address). As part of the screening process and reference check, candidates under consideration must provide the name and contact information for their current supervisor/department chairperson.

Email the complete package to Dr. David Barclay, Chair of the Department of Social Work, at david.barclay@gallaudet.edu with the subject "Coordinator of School Social Work".

Deadline for submitting application is March 31, 2014. Position begins August 16, 2014.

Tenure-Track Faculty

Department: Science, Technology and Mathematics
Job Number: UF-140422102850
Date Posted: 4/22/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Gallaudet University serves deaf and hard of hearing students from many different backgrounds and seeks to develop a workforce that reflects the diversity of its student body. Gallaudet is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and actively encourages deaf, hard of hearing, members of traditionally underrepresented groups, people with disabilities, women, and veterans to apply for open positions.
Responsibilities:
Responsibilities: The department offers B.S. and B.A. degrees in biology, chemistry, information technology, and mathematics and provides service courses to a number of other programs. The successful candidate's primary responsibility will be teaching undergraduate courses in biology, including non-major courses. These courses will consist primarily of general studies courses (Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning in Context) and non-majors courses in human biology. The candidate will advise students in the science majors and work collaboratively with other faculty members. The candidate is expected to engage in scholarship and/or research in his/her field or in science education. The candidate is expected to participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service. The candidate is expected to prepare and submit proposals and applications to external sources for funding and accreditation purposes. Other department and university responsibilities may be assigned.
Requirements:
Qualifications: Candidates must possess a doctorate in biology or a related field. Applicants with expertise in any area of biology are encouraged to apply although expertise in one of the following fields is preferred: human biology, genetics, cell biology, anatomy and physiology, science education, medical sciences/public health

Salary/Compensation:
General Information: The Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics seeks faculty applicants committed to teaching undergraduate biology courses. Candidates must demonstrate potential for competency in teaching, scholarship/research and service. Fluency in American Sign Language is highly desirable. Applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn and must be willing to attend training during the summer. Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Appointment Date: August 16, 2014. The position is contingent on funding.
Application Information:
Application Procedures: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application which clearly outlines your fit with the job description and requirements, evidence of teaching effectiveness and your personal and/or academic connection to working in diverse communities. Applicants should also include a curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience to:

Dr. Kathleen S. Arnos, Chair
Department of Science, Technology, & Mathematics
Hall Memorial Building – Room E300-A
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002

Tenure-Track Faculty Positions – 2 available

Department: Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences
Job Number: UF-1307051
Date Posted: 7/5/2013
Status: Accepting applications
Tenure-Track Faculty Positions – 2 available

Gallaudet University serves deaf and hard of hearing students from many different backgrounds and seeks to develop a workforce that reflects the diversity of its student body. Gallaudet is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and actively encourages deaf, hard of hearing, members of traditionally underrepresented groups, people with disabilities, women, and veterans to apply for open positions.

General Information: The Department of Hearing Speech and Language Sciences seeks faculty applicants committed to teaching graduate Audiology courses and Ph.D. level courses in the Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences. Candidates must demonstrate potential for competency in teaching, scholarship/research, and service. Fluency in sign language communication is highly desirable. Applicants who are not fluent must be willing to learn. Rank and salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. The appointment will be nine months for the academic year beginning August 16, 2014; and may be filled on January 13, 2014. Position is contingent on funding.

Responsibilities:
Candidates will be expected to teach courses in Audiology and other courses supported by the Department of Hearing Speech and Language Sciences. They will advise students in the major, supervise students in the Hearing and Speech Center, mentor students on their Audiology Research Project or Thesis, serve on or chair Ph.D. Dissertation Committees and work collaboratively with faculty members, clinical supervisors and department staff. Candidates will be expected to engage in scholarship and/or research in the discipline and participate in department and university faculty activities and professional service. Grant writing and/or other department responsibilities may be assigned.
Requirements:
An earned terminal doctoral degree in Audiology or closely related field. Candidates must possess content knowledge in a range of areas that might include: Diagnostic Audiology, Pediatric Audiology, Educational Audiology, Medical Audiology, Neuroanatomy of the Auditory System, Professional Issues in Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences, Vestibular Disorders, Electrophysiology, Anatomy and Physiology of the Auditory System, and University Instruction and Supervision. Candidates should demonstrate competence in teaching, scholarship, and a commitment to service. Candidates must also demonstrate strong interpersonal and collaboration skills.
Application Information:
Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vita, official transcripts of graduate work, examples of academic publications, and three letters of recommendation relevant to teaching, scholarly activities and/or other work experience, along with a statement of teaching philosophy to:

Matthew H Bakke, PhD
Chair, Department of Hearing Speech & Language Sciences
SLCC 3203
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Tenure-Track, School Psychology

Department: Department of Psychology
Job Number: UF-13021190257
Date Posted: 2/11/2013
Status: Accepting applications
General Information: The Department of Psychology has several degree programs: and undergraduate major (B.A) in Psychology; a Specialist-level program in School Psychology; and a doctoral (Ph.D.) program in Clinical psychology. The department seeks to fill a full-time faculty position starting August 2013, contingent upon funding. We are seeking a faculty member to join our fully NCATE/NASP accredited Specialist Program in School Psychology and dedicated community of faculty and students.
Responsibilities:
Faculty member hired for this position will teach three courses each semester. School Psychology graduate teaching areas may include: Child Psychopathology and Behavior Disorders, School Psychology and Prevention Services, and Cognition and Learning, among others. Additional teaching areas at both the undergraduate and graduate level will depend upon interests and skills of the faculty member and the needs of the department. Expectations for all faculty also include scholarly productivity. Tenure-track faculty are expected to engage in departmental, university, and professional service as well.
Requirements:
Required Qualifications: Candidates must have a doctorate in School Psychology or related field in order to apply for a tenure track position. Candidate must behold NCSP credentials. Candidate should demonstrate an ability to teach effectively with diverse populations, including deaf and hard of hearing students. Candidates must be aware of cultural and educational implications of working with deaf students, and either have appropriate communication skills in sign language, or demonstrate willingness to commit significant time and effort over several years to develop the level of communication skills that is required for tenure at this university.

Preferred Qualifications: Candidate should have teaching experience at the graduate level. Candidate should hold BCBA credentials and have applied experience providing psychological services in the schools. The ideal candidate should have knowledge and expertise in mental health interventions, child development, behavior analysis, and have applied experience with culturally and linguistically diverse populations.

Application Information:
Qualified candidates must submit a letter of application clearly addressing fit with required and preferred qualifications; current curriculum vitae, official graduate transcripts, and three letters of reference to:

School Psychology Search Committee Chair
Psychology - HMB W312
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695

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