Open Rank Tenure Track Faculty
The Harbert College of Business, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama seeks applications for an open rank, tenure track position in Marketing beginning fall, 2019. Appointment rank will be contingent upon qualifications. The Auburn Marketing program includes an undergraduate major and support of our MBA programs. The successful candidate for this position will join an existing faculty team that currently includes nine tenured, tenure track, and full-time professionally qualified faculty. The Marketing department is strategically a “managerial marketing” department. We focus on strategy, sales, research, analytics, services, advertising, and ethics and social responsibility.
This faculty position will support the existing marketing program by adding to already existing capabilities. The successful candidate will be expected to maintain a sufficient level of research productivity for their rank and help to build on already existing instructional capabilities of the marketing department.
The review of application materials will begin October 8, 2018 and continue until a qualified candidate is selected and the position is filled. To be actively considered for this position, interested candidates must submit a brief cover letter outlining their interest in the position, a curriculum vita (including at least three references that will be contacted at a later date), a brief teaching and research philosophy, an indication of the courses you would like to teach/ have experience teaching, sample course syllabi and teaching evaluations.
Contact the Search Committee Chairperson, Dora Bock, firstname.lastname@example.org, with further questions about the position/search process.
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