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[Job Opportunity] Post-Doctoral Position in Speech-Language Pathology

School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Western Ontario

Applications are invited for a full-time postdoctoral position in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Western Ontario. This one-year postdoctoral position is available with ARiEAL Researcher, Dr. Lisa Archibald, Associate Professor and Director of the Language and Working Memory Lab. This position is available to begin immediately, and recruitment will continue until it is filled. 

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Speech-Language Pathology or a related field. The successful applicant will ideally possess research experience with language learning and language disorders in school age children. The successful candidate will have strong oral and written communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.

The candidate will be joining projects examining language, reading, and math learning in school age children. A main focus will be on data analysis and manuscript preparation, although time will also be spent assisting with or coordinating research studies and co-supervising research staff and trainees. 

This position is full-time and provides a salary of $45,000, plus benefits. Travel funds are available to present study findings at a scientific meeting or conference. As one of London's largest employers and one of Canada's top research-intensive universities, Western provides a diverse and unique environment in which more than 9,000 full and part-time staff and faculty work. Located in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, London offers big city amenities with a community touch. The city is situated midway between Detroit and Toronto and is currently the 11th largest city in Canada. London offers the affordability, charm and security of a mid-sized community combined with the business, career, and recreational opportunities of a big city.

Interested individuals are strongly encouraged to e-mail a statement of interest in this position to . Please also include:

  • Your current C.V.;
  • A statement of academic interests and career goals;
  • A sample of scholarly writing;
  • The names of three individuals who are familiar with your academic work and can be contacted as a reference.


For the original posting, please visit the Western Postdoctoral Scholar page (under School of Communication Sciences and Disorders).