Teach merchandising/retailing courses, in our Apparel Retailing & Digital Merchandising track, that incorporate math reasoning proficiency, and analytical and technological applications including Excel; social media marketing; and digital presentations in merchandising. Contribute to the graduate education in merchandising/retailing including mentoring of graduate students. Generate relevant research in the areas of merchandising, retailing, digital commerce, and/or related areas. Responsibilities also include grant writing, curriculum development, service, outreach and other academic functions.
Required : Ph.D. at time of appointment in apparel and textiles or related field.
Preferred : Candidates will be evaluated on ability to teach courses in merchandising, retailing with digital application, and/or related areas, evidence of scholarship, and potential for success in research, grant writing, teaching, and outreach
Please apply online at http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic/ , click on the prospective employees link, then look for ID # 30524 with (1) Letter of application; (2) Vitae; (3) copies of transcripts, official transcripts will be required upon hire; (4) a list of three names with contact information whom we have permission to contact as references. All correspondence and questions should be sent to: Dr. Jung Ha-Brookshire, Search Committee Chair, Department of Textile and Apparel Management, 137 Stanley Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211-7700 or at [email protected]
The Department of Textile and Apparel Management (TAM) is one of six units in the College of Human Environmental Sciences at the University of Missouri (MU). The Department has about 250 students and offers programs in apparel retailing & digital merchandising, and apparel product development. Additionally there are 10 graduate students seeking master's and Ph.D. degrees. There are numerous multidisciplinary initiatives on campus that TAM faculty are involved with including an entrepreneurship minor and the Center for the Digital Globe. TAM apparel labs include industryspecific production equipment (e.g., 3-D body scanner, laser cutter, Optitex, and digital textile printer). The Missouri Historic Costume and Textile Collection houses over 6,500 items. TAM has an advisory board that works with the department to provide an excellent liaison with industry. The department values interdisciplinary collaboration and teamwork. Key foci of the department include the development of leadership, creativity, a global perspective, and attention to sustainability across the supply chain.
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Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
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