The Marketing Department at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University-Bloomington is seeking individuals with proven teaching effectiveness at the undergraduate and graduate levels to fill non-tenure-track faculty positions beginning fall 2021. Rank of the faculty appointment is open depending on degrees and experience and will be at the Clinical or Lecturer rank.
For a candidate to be considered at the Clinical rank, a Ph.D. or DBA degree in a field related to marketing with completion of doctorate by August 1, 2021 from a nationally reputed university is required. For a candidate to be considered at the Lecturer rank, a master's degree is required and significant professional experience is highly desirable. Regardless of rank, candidates must have demonstrated teaching excellence at the undergraduate and MBA/MS levels. Experience teaching in online and executive programs is also desirable. The person hired will be expected to teach 18 credit hours a year of marketing courses, in areas such as marketing management, marketing research, digital marketing, ecommerce, product management, pricing, and marketing analytics. In addition, the individual may be asked to develop new courses, redesign existing courses, supervise student projects, assist in case competitions, and coordinate with industry partners, among other activities in support of the Kelley School's educational mission. We encourage applications from candidates who are eager to help us advance the School's diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives and programs.
Department Contact for Questions:
Raymond Burke, Chairperson, Marketing Department, Kelley School of Business, 1309 East Tenth Street, Bloomington, IN 47405 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
OAA #: 22011-22
Appointment Status: Non-Tenure Track
Internal Number: 10148
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