Our colleague will advise students and teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the MAT program, as well as conduct research and provide service to the college, university, and the field. Faculty are expected to infuse diversity, equity, and inclusion; scholarship; and state-of-the-art issues into courses and the boarder educational experience. The candidate is expected to teach a variety of classes including but not limited to: Human Resource Management, Dress and Culture, RTM’s graduation composition and communication requirement (GCCR), and graduate courses. The candidate must have the ability to communicate effectively in oral and written formats and work in a team-based environment. The anticipated distribution of effort (DOE) is approximately 55% instruction, 40% research, and 5% service. The position teaches at least six credit hours (two courses) per semester and may teach during the winter/summer sessions as part of this teaching expectation. The successful candidate will advise undergraduate students, direct graduate student research, and serve on the graduate faculty in RTM. The specific teaching and advising assignments are dependent on departmental needs and individual expertise. Attracting extramural funds to support a nationally recognized research program and publishing in peer-reviewed journals is expected as is providing service to professional organizations, department, and college and university communities.
Provide service to professional organizations, department, and college and university committees.
Please attach letter of application and include the names and contact information for three references, (Cover Letter), curriculum vita (Curriculum Vita), official university transcripts from all degrees (Specific Request 1), statement of research (Specific Request 2) and teaching philosophy (Specific Request 3).