Job: Florida International University
Tenure-track position at rank of Assistant, advanced Assistant or Associate Professor
Faculty Position in Marketing
The Department of Marketing in the
, invites applications for a tenure-track position in Marketing to begin August 2008. This appointment will be a full-time position at one of three possible ranks: 1) entry-level Assistant Professor (must have completed doctoral degree), 2) advanced Assistant Professor (previous completion of Ph.D. degree and at least three years in a University tenure-track position) or 3) Associate Professor.
The marketing faculty engages in teaching, research, and service. Candidates for the entry-level Assistant Professor position need to show evidence of high-level proficiency in teaching. Candidates at the advanced Assistant Professor and Associate Professor rank need to have a demonstrated publication record in top-tier Marketing journals and evaluations evidencing high-level proficiency in teaching. Applications will be reviewed on the basis of the candidate’s potential for and record of research and teaching in marketing, as well as university and professional service.
Of particular interest are applicants whose teaching interests are in one or more of the following areas: Undergraduate Marketing Strategy (Capstone Case Course), Sales Management, and MBA Marketing Management. The applicant’s specific interest area within Marketing Research is of secondary importance to a strong interest in scholarly research activity and a capability for quality teaching.
Applicants should provide a letter specifically mentioning their area of interest, an updated and complete curriculum vita, evidence of teaching performance, and the names and addresses of three references to:
Chair, Search and Screen Committee Marketing Department,
Via Email, applicants should send their vita and other relevant information to email@example.com
Application reviews will begin July 1, 2007; the search will remain open and applications accepted until the position is filled.