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Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Fellow Newark
The University of Delaware Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic (SLHC) is a recognized leader in the region for exceptional care and unparalleled educational experiences. Our mission is to train and inspire clinicians through a comprehensive clinical education experience, while providing quality and person-centered care to a diverse community using research, collaboration, and innovation. The Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Fellow provides a unique and supportive 13-month experience, designed to mentor excellent new professionals who are dedicated to serving children in a variety of settings. Under the direction of the Director of Clinical Research and Services and the mentorship of a dedicated team of seasoned speech-language pathologists, the Clinical Fellow (referred to hereafter as “Fellow”) will screen, evaluate, and treat communication and swallowing disorders in children in their home and school environments, as well as in the outpatient clinic setting. The Fellow will collaborate with colleagues in CSCD, UD Health, and the community to develop comprehensive and effective treatment plans which support patients and their care partners. In addition to clinical care, the Fellow will have regular access to on site, high-quality mentorship, including weekly meetings, opportunities to audit coursework related to their caseload, leadership development training, access to departmental continuing education, cutting edge evidence-based research, a world class library of assessment and treatment materials, and support to transition to a more permanent position following the completion of their clinical fellowship. At the completion of the program, the Fellow will have experience with a diverse range of clinical populations and settings, a strong foundation in best practices for pediatric assessment and intervention, and a network of supportive colleagues who are dedicated to their continued professional success.
Post Doctoral Researcher, Phonological Learning and Speech Production Newark
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Delaware is seeking candidate for a postdoctoral researcher position in laboratories (, focused on phonological learning and speech production (PIs: Drs. Sayako Earle and Ho Ming Chow). This position is 100% research with an ample opportunity to develop teaching skill. The successful candidate will be responsible to carry out advanced neuroimaging analyses on existing fMRI data and develop new experiments using various behavioral, neuroimaging, and neuromodulation techniques (fMRI, DTI, simultaneous EEG-fMRI, tACS, fNIRS). Salary is competitive and is set by the University rules depending on level of training. Initial appointment is for one year with possible renewal contingent upon satisfactory performance and available funding. The position has a starting date of July 1, 2024
Physical Therapist III Newark
The Staff Physical Therapist is involved in direct patient care of patients in the University of Delaware Physical Therapy Clinic. The Physical therapist is an integral component of the physical therapy clinic and physical therapy department. This position will be responsible to supervise Doctors of Physical Therapy students during patient care as well as have a role in the mentoring of junior staff therapists in Residency and Fellowship training. This involves guidance and consultation with direct patient care. The Physical Therapist functions independently when given instruction of academic and clinical needs to be addressed. This person is expected to maintain communication with the department, for administrative and research components as well as communication with the faculty of other physical therapy institutions on issues of clinical education and specialty area development. This position has an administrative component that is related to needed projects including protocol development and the student interaction with the clinic environment. This person is also an experienced professional who can provide expert advice and consultation to the department and clinical staff in the areas of Residency and Fellowship Development.
Assistant Professor, Pediatric (Continuing Track) Newark
DESCRIPTION: The School of Nursing in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware seeks an experienced, innovative, and highly motivated candidate for a 9-month, continuing track assistant professor faculty position to join our faculty that includes nationally recognized leaders in advanced practice, education, research, and policy. In addition, desired clinical area of expertise includes Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with simulation experience preferred. Delaware is a full practice authority state, thus professional autonomy is observed. Expectations also include participation in scholarship and service activities. Faculty are encouraged to teach in both undergraduate and graduate nursing programs and contribute to a welcoming campus environment that embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion. Qualifications for Assistant Professor continuing track include a DNP or PhD prepared, U.S. RN licensure, Delaware RN licensure eligibility, with certification as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner required, and a record of successful teaching experience (including online) in postsecondary nursing programs preferred. Qualifications for Instructor Level positions include an MSN, U.S. RN licensure, Delaware RN licensure eligibility, with certification as an APRN highly desirable.
Tenure Track Faculty Position, Physical Therapy Newark
The Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Delaware invites applications for an open rank faculty position. Appointments are for a nine-month academic year. We seek a clinical scientist with strong research training, a commitment to professional and graduate education, and effective interpersonal skills. Research focus can be in any area relevant to Physical Therapy. The candidate should have an earned research doctorate in a related field, have post-doctoral research training, be eligible for licensure as a physical therapist in Delaware, and possess a strong desire to develop and conduct a nationally and internationally recognized research program. The successful candidate will contribute to the Department’s teaching efforts in the DPT Program and in the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomechanics and Movement Science (BIOMS) in his or her area of expertise. The teaching load will be appropriate to allow the candidate to pursue a rigorous research program. The potential for collaboration and joint appointment in other colleges and departments is high. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Competitive start-up funds accompany this position. All faculty are expected to contribute to a welcoming campus environment that embraces diversity.