Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 4th International Conference on Sign Language Acquisition (ICSLA)
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Boston University https://vimeo.com/721549892/f1bb21325a The Lex Lab at Boston University conducts research on how deaf children learn ASL vocabulary and how language deprivation/exposure affects ASL vocabulary acquisition. The primary language of communication in the lab is ASL. The Lab Coordinator recruits and maintains relationships with deaf and hearing families for the lab. • Oversee research sessions in lab with deaf children and adults. • Manage administrative functions of the lab. • Hire, train, and supervise a team of research assistants (students). • Film and edit ASL materials. Required Skills • Bachelor's Degree and 1-3 years of experience. • Fluency in ASL (American Sign Language) and written English. • Proficient with Microsoft Suite (work and power point). • Highly organized and detail oriented. • Able to work independently and as part of a team.
Stony Brook University, Department of Linguistics Postdoctoral research position anticipated (pending Stony Brook University approval). I anticipate hiring a postdoctoral research fellow (18 month position; start date is negotiable, but August 2022 is preferred). Waiting on final university HR approval, but am able to have informal conversations now. Please email me if you think you might be interested. This is an in-person position (not remote). Research areas include: sign language linguistics, sign language acquisition, developmental language impairments, bilingualism. Contact: email@example.com
Certified Early Childhood Educator and/or Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Deaf Children's Society of BC Please visit: https://www.deafchildren.bc.ca/ for full job descriptions
Postdoctoral Researcher or Research Scientist
Boston University The LexLab at Boston University conducts research on how deaf children acquire language, and how early language experiences shape language acquisition. We are also working to understand the structure of the ASL lexicon, as part of the development of ASL-LEX (asl-lex.org). We are in search of a postdoctoral researcher to join the lab. The position could be in person or remote. For more information, contact Naomi Caselli at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teacher of the Deaf
READS Collaborative We are a Collaborative program for Deaf and hard-of-hearing children located in SE Mass in a fantastic supportive school district serving students from 35 districts from pre-K-HS. We currently have an opening for a 2nd/3rd grade teacher in our elementary program with a dynamic staff that is 50-50 Deaf/hearing, strongly supportive of bilingual methods, and working every day to provide the best early language start for deaf children. Students have direct instruction from teachers of the deaf, and opportunities to be included with hearing peers with support from teachers, assistants, and interpreters.
The Learning Center for the Deaf Provide ASL instruction, instructional support, and assessments for all age levels.
Tenure Track Assistant or Associate Professor
National Technical Institute for the Deaf The Department of Liberal Studies at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf invite applications for a faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor of Psychology (specialization open).
The new Assistant or Associate Professor of Psychology will conduct research in the applicant’s area of specialization and teach and tutor undergraduate and graduate courses in psychology and related disciplines.
NTID serves more than 1,100 deaf and hard-of-hearing students from around the world, many of whom live, study and work alongside hearing students on the mainstream RIT campus. NTID sponsors and encourages research designed to enhance the lives of deaf and hard-of-hearing people. Faculty at NTID work either on discipline-based research within their own academic departments, or come together in research centers and or labs to work on strategic research projects. Students are encouraged to actively partner with faculty on research projects of mutual interest.
The Department of Liberal Studies is one of the largest departments at NTID and has faculty from across the humanities and social sciences. Current faculty are actively engaged in psychological research, with two extramurally funded research labs (https://www.deafxlab.com and https://www.rit.edu/ntid/playlab) and a strategic research center (https://www.rit.edu/ntid/space). Our faculty support DHH students in the AAS Applied Liberal Arts, BS Psychology and MS Experimental Psychology programs. A PhD in Cognitive Science is currently being reviewed by the NYS Education Department, with an anticipated start date of Fall 2023. The department is proud of its commitment to diversity and inclusion, as well as innovative and student-centered teaching methods.
Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty;search openings, then Keyword Search 6707BR.