Assistant Professor Marketing

You need to sign in or
create an account to save a job.

NYIT Vancouver:

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


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.


Please send the following documents to

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


Similar searches: Marketing & Communications