Assistant Professor of Marketing (Faculty) Tenure Track

Employer
Georgia College & State University
Location
Milledgeville, Georgia
Posted
Jan 27, 2017
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Assistant Professor of Marketing (Faculty) Tenure
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Tenured & Tenure-Track
Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Assistant Professor of Marketing (Faculty) Tenure Track

Primary Function of Organizational Unit

Teaching, research, and service for undergraduate and graduate business courses. Primary teaching areas include: digital marketing and/or social media. One or more of the following secondary teaching and research areas is preferred: international marketing, marketing strategy, research, consumer behavior, logistics, transportation or supply chain management. The department places high value on experiential learning through contacts and projects with local organizations. Knowledge and application certificate programs in social / digital media (like Hootsuite) will be viewed favorably.

Primary Purpose of Position

This position will teach Marketing Courses as needed by the Department which may include teaching at one of Georgia College’s satellite campuses. Teaching opportunities currently include, but not limited to Digital Media / Social Media, International Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Marketing Strategy and Principles of Marketing. Research, teaching, and service are required aspects of the position. Professors who meet publication expectations carry a 3/3 load with options available for summer teaching.

The J. Whitney Bunting College of Business: 
The mission of the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business is to foster the development of capable business professionals who are responsible citizens grounded in a liberal arts education.

The College of Business offers superior academic programs and exceptional opportunities for students to develop professionally. All of the school’s undergraduate and graduate programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Department of Marketing and Logistics: 
The Department of Marketing provides broad-based exposure to all major aspects of contemporary marketing thought in both the domestic and global arenas. The program stresses the managerial aspects of modern marketing within an ethical and societal framework. Attention is also given to the theoretical underpinnings of marketing concepts and institutions as they have evolved over time. Students are given an understanding of the full range of tools available to the modern marketing manager including survey research techniques and computer analysis. In addition the department consists of faculty in logistics and transportation, which is viewed as a growth area for the college.