Position Summary: The Instructor of Marketing will teach marketing courses as needed both on-line and in-class, and may occasionally be called upon to design and teach general business courses for the Department of Business in the College of Business and Economics either on-line or in-class. Appointment to the Instructor rank requires proof of advanced study in the field in which the instructor is assigned classes under the general supervision of the departmental administrator. Instructors are expected to assist in the general work of the department and to make suggestions for innovations and improvements.
Education and Experience: Masters of Business Administration or graduate degree in an affiliated field with marketing emphasis or Graduate course work of 18 credits (minimum) and experience in marketing or Bachelors degree with extensive and current professional marketing management experience indicating significant responsibility for marketing program planning, execution and outcomes. In addition to this educational requirement, applicants must be able to demonstrate earned national or international recognition for their unique expertise such as substantive honors and awards, and/or provide expertise beyond that found in the department and an ability to increase the potential for students and faculty to extend their knowledge of professional activities not available locally.
Teaching: Demonstrated potential for excellence in course design and delivery effectiveness, both on-line and in-class. Willingness to teach a variety of marketing and core business courses.
Masters of Business Administration with a marketing emphasis or graduate degree in marketing.
Demonstrated excellence in teaching in the field of marketing and general business courses.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Posting Number: F000816P
Posting Date: 10/07/2019
Open Until Filled: Yes
Special Instructions: 1. Applications received on or before November 4, 2019 will receive first consideration. 2. Please submit teaching evaluations under 'Other Document 1.
Background Check: Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.
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