Penn State Scranton invites applications for a faculty position, Assistant Professor of Business, (Tenure-Track, 36 weeks) to begin August 2020, or as negotiated. Teach three courses (9 credits) each semester of lower- and upper-division undergraduate courses in business administration, management and/or marketing using traditional and online delivery methods. This position entails teaching both for Penn State's World Campus BSBIC Program and the Penn State Scranton's Business Program, delivering half the annual workload (9 credits) online to the World Campus and half face-to-face, hybrid or online to Penn State Scranton. Teaching assignments may require teaching day, evening, and/or Saturday classes as needed. Courses may include business professional skills, consumer behavior, leadership, management concepts, negotiation skills, principles of marketing, and project management. Participate in course, curriculum, and program development. Publish in refereed journals and present at the appropriate professional conferences. Advise students and provide career guidance. Participate in campus, University, and community service activities. Engage in activities to stay current in the discipline. Ph.D. in management (or associated field) or in marketing. ABDs completing doctorate by Summer 2020 will be considered. Penn State University is a multi-campus public land-grant University that improves the lives of the people of Pennsylvania, the nation, and the world. Our instructional mission includes undergraduate, graduate, and continuing and distance education informed by scholarship and research. Our research, scholarship, and creative activities promote human and economic development through the expansion of knowledge and its applications in the natural and applied sciences, social sciences, arts, humanities, and the professions. Penn State Scranton has the appeal of a small, private college, with the name recognition and prestige of a major research university. Steeped in tradition, and enriched through advancement, Penn State Scranton provides an excellent education in a fast-paced environment that offers real world experience. Penn State Scranton is one of more than 20 Penn State campuses state-wide. It is a student-centered campus of approximately 1,000 students. The coursework for the first two years of more than 160 Penn State baccalaureate majors is offered, as well as 12 baccalaureate degrees and 5 associate degrees. Students and faculty at Penn State Scranton have access to the resources of a major research university but in a small college atmosphere. Class sizes are small, and the student/faculty ratio is low, so students can receive much individual attention. Our faculty members are committed to providing a high-quality educational experience to their students and are actively engaged in research. Our students receive a world-class education delivered in a small campus setting, they and have opportunities to participate in undergraduate research projects supervised by faculty members. For more information about the campus, visit http://www.psu.edu/ur/cmpcoll.html. Inquiries about the position should be addressed to Dr. Durell Johnson, Chief Academic Officer, Penn State Scranton. E-mail: email@example.com. Telephone: 570-963-2510. Applicants are required to submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae; other information pertinent to the position may also be included. Finalists will be asked to submit a list of references. Application review begins November 1, 2019 and continues until a suitable candidate is found.
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