Assistant Professor Marketing

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NYIT Vancouver:

Located in Vancouver, this full time faculty position is part of the School of Management (AACSB accredited).

Department:

Reporting directly to the Associate Dean, this position works closely with the School of Management in course delivery, planning, teaching and all aspects of supporting students in their course/program

Role and Responsibilities:
New York Institute of Technology(NYIT-Vancouver) School of Management is seeking a full time Assistant/Associate Professor of Marketing (one position). This is primarily to teach graduate level Marketing courses in the Master of Business Administration (MBA program at NYIT’s Vancouver, BC/Canada Campus)

-Lecturing 21 credit hours (release time provided for scholarly work)

-Scholarly work required to maintain Scholarly Academic designation as part of our AACSB accreditation requirements. (Research and conference travel grants available)

-Serve in administrative duties when called upon (release time provided for administrative duties)

Qualifications and Education Requirements :

*Candidates must have a Ph.D. or a DBA degree in Marketing.

*Must have a distinguished record of academic achievement and demonstrated commitment to research, teaching and learning in marketing.  

* Experience and strategy to contextualize course curriculum to reflect the priorities of the providence, Canada and global changes (i.e. indigenization, reconciliation, inclusion, diversity, etc.)

*Candidates must have excellent communication skills and preferably demonstrated ability to teach; and a 3-year research/publication plan.

*Candidates must have and be able to prove legal status to work in CANADA.

Job Type: Full-time

The position will be open until filled.

Documents:

Please send the following documents to Vancouver.mba@nyit.edu

  • Resume or CV
  • 3 references
  • Most recent teaching evaluations (if available)
  • Teaching philosophy explaining how they intend to tackle contextualization in their courses.

 


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