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- This position is full-time, general funds, tenure track, anticipated beginning Fall 2019, subject to position clearance and availability of funds. First review of applications will begin on June 11, 2018 and will continue until July 20, 2018.
- To teach undergraduate, graduate and executive courses in marketing as needed
- Conduct research and engage in scholarly activities
- Participate in University, College, Departmental and other service activities
- Earned Ph.D. in Marketing or related field from and AACSB-accredited business school or college. The Department will consider candidates who are near completion of their doctorate degree.
- Evidence of potential to publish high quality research in top business or related field journals
- Evidence of potential to teach effectively at the university level
- Research interests in marketing strategy, sales management, marketing analytics, and/or digital marketing.
- Teaching interests in marketing strategy, sales management, marketing analytics, and/or digital marketing.
- Evidence of scholarly achievement in research including: published or forthcoming peer reviewed journal papers in marketing or related fields; manuscripts with invited revision requests from peer reviewed journals in marketing or related fields; published conference papers/presentations in marketing or related fields; and/or dissertation research completed or in progress.
- Evidence of written and verbal communication skills critical to effective presentation of research and classroom instruction.
- Professor Dana Alden; 808-956-8565; email@example.com
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