Part-time/Adjunct Faculty, Speech-Language Pathology



Job description

Muskogee Campus

Notice to applicants

It is Northeastern State University’s policy that all newly hired employees must provide an original social security card during the hiring process. Failure to provide an original social security card will delay the hiring process and ability to begin employment.

Description of Position

The College of Science and Health Professions at Northeastern State University is seeking part time Speech-Language Pathology faculty position. This position will be based on the Muskogee campus but may include courses on the Tahlequah campus.


The successful applicant may teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses. Must be knowledgeable in speech language development, disorders, evaluation, and treatment.

Educational Requirements

A minimum of Master’s degree required; CCC-SLP and eligibility for Oklahoma State License required.


Previous teaching and/or supervision experience desirable but not required.

Information for Applicants

Faculty teaching may include distance-based courses, including hybrid and fully online classes.

Transcripts may be scanned, saved, and uploaded.
An official/certified transcript is required upon employment.
Please include on the application complete contact information for three references.

Non-Tenure Track

Salary $800 per credit hour (typical 3 credit hour course is $2,400.00)

Anticipated start date January 3, 2023

Applications accepted until September 30, 2022

NOTE: Posting will close to applicants at ll:59 p.m. on the date above. An application cannot be changed after it has been submitted.

How to apply

Apply online

Northeastern State University (NSU) is a public university with its main campus located in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, United States, at the foot of the Ozark Mountains. Tahlequah is also home to the capital of the Cherokee nation of Oklahoma. The university also has two other campuses in Muskogee and Broken Arrow. Northeastern is the oldest institution of higher learning in the state of Oklahoma as well as one of the oldest institutions of higher learning west of the Mississippi River