Speech-Language Pathology Program Director

Posted:
August 17, 2022
Priority Deadline to Apply:
September 23, 2022
Institution:
Long Island University - Brooklyn Campus

Position Description

Long Island University, Brooklyn (LIU Brooklyn), in partnership with the national search firm Scott Healy & Associates, invites applications and nominations for the position of Speech-Language Pathology Program Director. LIU Brooklyn seeks an innovative and dynamic leader to serve in this full-time appointment within the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD). The Program Director is responsible for effectively leading and administering the program, as well as continually evaluating and advancing the goals of the program.

Qualifications

  • EdD or a PhD in Speech-Language Pathology, Speech and Hearing Sciences, Communication Science Disorders or related field;
  • Eligibility for New York licensure;
  • Post-secondary teaching experience; and
  • Outstanding organizational skills, technology literacy, communication, time management and self-motivation.

About The Institution

About Long Island University and LIU Brooklyn:
Long Island University, founded in 1926, continues to redefine higher education, providing high quality academic instruction by world-class faculty. Recognized by Forbes for its emphasis on experiential learning and by the Brookings Institution for its “value added” to student outcomes, LIU offers nearly 250 degree programs, with a network of over 280,000 alumni that includes industry leaders and entrepreneurs across the globe.

LIU Brooklyn enables students to realize their full potential as ethically grounded, intellectually vigorous, and socially responsible global citizens. The campus offers more professional programs in health care than any other campus in the New York metropolitan area, including the Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy & Health Science, and The Harriet Rothkopf Heilbrunn School of Nursing. LIU Brooklyn is home to Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts, a dynamic performance venue designed to nourish students’ artistic exploration, and Division I sports teams.

From the shores of Long Island to the epicenter of business and tech innovation in Brooklyn, to the far corners of the world, LIU offers a unique college experience for every student seeking academic enrichment and professional opportunity. Upon graduation, our students join a community of more than 280,000 alumni to become global leaders in fields that include the arts, health sciences, media, education, pharmacy, business, technology, public service, and professional sports.

Long Island University's mission is to provide excellence and access in private higher education to those who seek to expand their knowledge and prepare themselves for meaningful, educated lives and for service to their communities and the world.

About the School of Health Professions:
We believe that the cornerstone of health is quality education and research in health professions. Our uniquely wide range of programs provide access for diverse student populations in the pursuit of rewarding careers that promote health and wellness; maximize the management of disease, disability, or injury; improve quality of life; and reduce health disparities. Students who come to the Long Island University School of Health Professions will have the unique opportunity to learn with students from other professions and serve the community in which they study throughout their programs.

About the Department of CSD and the M.S. in SLP Program:
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) at Long Island University's Brooklyn Campus seeks to advance the study of human communication sciences and disorders within a culturally and linguistically diverse society. Intellectual growth is promoted through the recognition and expression of multiple theoretical, cultural, and individual perspectives. The department fosters respect for diversity and a commitment to serve individuals with communication problems.

About The Community

About Brooklyn, New York:
There's plenty to discover in New York City's most populous borough – Brooklyn. Between its world-class nightlife and boundary-pushing cuisine, Brooklyn has earned an enviable reputation, but make no mistake—there's fun to be had for all ages. Coney Island, Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum beckon, as do some of the best New York–style pizzas anywhere. Enjoy the scenic views of the Brooklyn Heights Promenade or visit the world-renowned Brooklyn Academy of Music or the Brooklyn Philharmonic. Since the 2010s, Brooklyn has seen a modern renaissance – evolving into a thriving hub of entrepreneurship, high technology start-ups, postmodern art, and innovative design.

Application Process

All correspondence regarding the Speech-Language Pathology Program Director search at LIU Brooklyn should be directed to the University’s executive recruiting consultant.  Please submit all applications and nominations electronically to:

Adam Barrett, Associate Vice President
Scott Healy & Associates
adam@scotthealy.com

Complete applications should include the following:

  1. Cover Letter outlining your interest and qualifications for the position;
  2. Updated CV outlining your career in higher education health-related areas;
  3. List of five (5) professional references including name, title, contact information and relationship to you;

Applications received by September 23, 2022 will receive priority consideration.  The position will remain open until filled.

LIU is an equal opportunity employer. LIU is committed to extending equal opportunity in employment to all qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community. LIU encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital or parental status, national origin, ethnicity, citizenship status, veteran or military status, age, disability or any other basis protected by applicable local, state or federal laws. Hiring is contingent on eligibility to work in the United States.