Job: Oregon State University
Tenure-track position at rank of Assistant
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OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY invites applicants for a tenure track position in Marketing at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin September 2008.
Position duties include teaching, scholarship, and professional service. Primary teaching duties include undergraduate and graduate courses in marketing. We have teaching needs in consumer behavior, sales management and personal selling, promotion, marketing policy, new product development, and channels of distribution. The College of Business has identified entrepreneurship as a thematic area of focus for the College. The marketing faculty strongly support this thematic focus and seek colleagues with similar enthusiasm. Individuals with professional interests consistent with this theme are especially encouraged to apply. Salary is competitive and dependent on qualifications. Employee benefits are excellent.
Required qualifications include an appropriate earned doctorate from an AACSB accredited university with an emphasis in Marketing and record of or significant evidence of potential for research and scholarly publication in the top marketing journals. Preferred qualifications include (1) the demonstrated ability to collaborate in scholarly pursuits with colleagues located both locally and remotely, (2) relevant professional non-academic work experience and ability to develop strong linkages with the business community; and (3) demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity.
Applications should be sent to Cheryl Hoflich, College of Business, 200 Bexell Hall, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon 97331-2603. Telephone: (541) 737-4276. FAX: (541) 737-6023. For full consideration, send all necessary materials by August 9, 2006.
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