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Job Posting

Navid Shahnaz nshahnaz at email.arizona.edu
Sat May 5 06:47:56 EST 2001

Would you please post this ad on your news group.  Thank you

Director, Hearing Clinics

The University of Arizona is searching for a person to manage the Audiology Clinic operations while providing a full range of assessment and intervention services in the context of undergraduate and graduate student training.  Responsibilities include the development and coordination of practicum externships and outreach programs.  The Clinic Director will contribute to the didactic instructional program by lectures and demonstrations.  Participation in research also is encouraged.

The University of Arizona is committed to developing an Au.D. educational program while it maintains a primary research focus.  The Clinic Director will have a key role in the development of the Au.D. program. 

Qualifications include Master's degree in related field, CCC-A, eligibility for dispensing audiologist license in Arizona, a minimum of five years experience involving provision of audiological services, clinic management and supervision.  A doctoral degree (Ph.D. in related field, Au.D.) or similar is preferred.  Emphasis in the area of assessment and intervention for pediatric and developmentally delayed populations is desirable.  The successful candidate will have a record of productivity in clinical service, management, teaching, and research.

The Audiology Clinics are based on the campus of the University of Arizona, with outreach to the wider Tucson and southern Arizona Community.  The Clinics work in concert with the University Medical Center, public and private schools and  community-based health programs.  The Audiology Program is part of the Grunewald-Blitz Clinic for Communication Disorders in Children and the Wings On Words Preschool and Kindergarten. 

Tucson lies in a high desert valley surrounded by five mountain ranges.  It is a year-round recreational paradise with a unique blend of western atmosphere and cosmopolitan style.

Outdoor recreation opportunities abound, from camping and hiking to bicycling and horseback riding.  This warm, friendly community is fondly called the "Old Pueblo".

To apply, please submit a letter describing interests and background, a curriculum vitae, and the names of three persons who will send letters of reference to: 

Barbara Cone-Wesson, Ph.D., Chair

Search Committee

Speech and Hearing Sciences

The University of Arizona

P.O. Box 210071

Tucson, AZ 85721-0071

or e-mail janew at u.arizona.edu

Review of materials will begin 5/10/01 and will continue until position is filled.  The University of Arizona is an EEO/AA Employer-M/W/D/V.

Navid Shahnaz, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Speech & Hearing Sciences
University of Arizona
P.O.Box 210071
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0071
Voice: 520-621-7168
Fax:    520-621-9901
email: nshahnaz at email.arizona.edu

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