Position InformationPosting Number S-2757
Position Number 71525 Type of Recruitment External Position Title AUDIOLOGY/CLINICAL SUPERVISOR Position Summary
The primary responsibilities of the Audiology Clinical Supervisor are clinical teaching and supervision of undergraduate and graduate audiology students performing audiological evaluation and treatment of clients in the audiology program. These responsibilities are carried out in the Carls Center, off campus sites as assigned, and in support of Mobile Health Central as needed. Direct clinical services to the community are provided by the Audiology Clinical Supervisor on a twelve month basis. Functions under the direct supervision of the Director of Clinical Instruction and Audiology Services or a designated representative. Exercises supervision over student employees as assigned.
Doctoral Degree in Audiology (AuD and/or PhD) or Master's Degree in Audiology (MA/MS) obtained prior to 2007. ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence: Audiology (CCC-A) or eligible to become certified upon hire. Current or eligible upon hire for a Michigan License in Audiology. Effective oral/written communication skills. Must have a demonstrated commitment to diversity. Ability to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodations.
Three years of professional experience as an audiologist. Two years of experience in the clinical supervision of audiology students. Demonstrated ability to maintain positive interpersonal relations.
Duties & Responsibilities
Clinical teaching and supervision of undergraduate and graduate audiology students. Audiological evaluation and treatment of clients and subsequent follow-up. Coordination/supervision of students at off campus sites. Provision of audiologic support services to Mobile Health Central. Provision of support services to school personnel. Teaches clinical practicum courses as assigned. Attends university/college/department/division meetings as appropriate. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Message to Applicants
Central Michigan University is dedicated to fostering a broadly diverse and inclusive campus that respects all social identities, experiences, and perspectives. In an effort to further this initiative, we are especially interested in candidates who will advance and promote an inclusive and supportive environment for every member of our university community.
You must submit an on-line application in order to be considered as an applicant for this position.
Cover letters may be addressed to the Hiring Committee.
Position is provisional with the possibility of reappointment and/or to be made regular staff in June 2024.
Employee Group Professional & Administrative -Salary Staff Pay Level Pay Range $70,000 - $82,000 Division Academic Affairs Department Communication Sciences & Disorders Position Status Provisional Position End Date 06/30/2024 Employment Status Full-Time FTE 1.0 Position Type 12 month Weekly Work Schedule M-F 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; occasional evenings & weekends as required. Location Mount Pleasant, MI About the Department
The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions consists of five academic units (Department of Physical Therapy, Department of Physical Education and Sport, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, the School of Health Sciences and the School of Rehabilitation and Medical Science). It offers undergraduate and/or graduate degree programs in athletic training, audiology, communication sciences and disorders, exercise science, environmental health and safety, health administration, physical activity specialist, physical education, physical therapy, physician assistant, public health, school and public health education, speech-language pathology, and sport management, delivered by 100+ faculty/staff. The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions website is https:// www. chp.cmich.edu. CMU's website is https:// www. cmich.edu.
The Carls Center for Clinical Care and Education is the premier specialty rehabilitation center in Mid-Michigan pooling the talents of clinicians, faculty, and students at Central Michigan University. The clinic specializes in audiology, speech language pathology, physical therapy, and psychology services. The Carls Center providers deliver high quality, specialized clinical care and rehabilitation by excelling in patient care and education, community involvement, and clinical training and research. Students also have the opportunity to participate in student-run clinics that are supervised by licensed professionals. The Carls Center website is Carls Center for Clinical Care and Education.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) has a faculty/staff of 35, and an enrollment of approximately 120 graduate students and 200 undergraduate signed majors. The department's academic and clinical programs are accredited in both speech-language pathology and audiology by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the American Speech-Language- Hearing Association (ASHA). Over 5,000 clients are seen annually, including 100+ participants in the Summer Specialty Clinics program. Please visit the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders department website for more information. The CSD website is Communication Sciences and Disorders ( CSD) Central Michigan University (cmich.edu) and the Audiology website is Doctor of Audiology Communication Sciences and Disorders Central Michigan University (cmich.edu).
Central Michigan University has a more than 125-year legacy of preparing students to become leaders and changemakers in their communities and in their personal and professional lives.
We serve nearly 15,500 students on our Mount Pleasant campus, in satellite locations around the state and throughout the country, and through flexible online programs. Many of our approximately 300 undergraduate, master's, specialist and doctoral programs in the arts, media, business, education, human services, health professions, liberal arts, social sciences, medicine, science and engineering are nationally ranked for excellence.
CMU leads the nation in leadership development programming through our Sarah R. Opperman Leadership Institute, and we are proud to be among only 5% of U.S. universities in the top two Carnegie research classifications. Our faculty work with graduate and undergraduate students in areas such as Great Lakes research, medical innovation, engineering technology and more.
Central is home to 17 men's and women's Division 1 sports including football, basketball, gymnastics, baseball, wrestling and more. Our student-athletes achieve great success in competition and in the classroom, capturing Mid- American Conference championships and maintaining an average cumulative GPA of 3.17.
CMU is located in Mount Pleasant, a community that blends the best of small- town living with big-city amenities. It's part of the culturally varied and vibrant Great Lakes Bay Region that also includes Saginaw, Bay City, Midland and the state's largest Native American community, centered on the Saginaw Chippewa Isabella Reservation in Mount Pleasant.
Area residents enjoy the mix of outdoor activities, cultural events, shopping and dining options, and family attractions. Other major Michigan destinations and attractions — Lansing, Grand Rapids, Detroit, Traverse City, wineries, beaches, golf and ski resorts, and many more — are within easy reach of the city's central location in Michigan's Lower Peninsula.
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