System Identification Number:
College of Merchandising, Hospitality & Tourism http://cmht.unt.edu
Job Summary/Basic Function:
Job Summary/Basic Responsibilities & Functions
1) Develop and teach undergraduate/graduate courses in private/public club management and at least one other area of hospitality management.
2) Provide leadership and mentoring reflective of a senior faculty at a R1 university.
3) Produce an applied research stream in private/public club management.
4) Participate in collaborative research.
5) Produce refereed research presentations and scholarly journal publications.
6) Develop strong hospitality/club business connections for student internships, development activities, and research; specific focus on private/public clubs.
7) Participate in department, college and university committees.
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1) Earned Ph.D. in Hospitality Management/Hospitality Administration; OR, consideration will be given to closely aligned doctoral degree with evidence of graduate coursework in hospitality field.
2) Significant experience in private/public club management.
3) Evidence of leadership in the private/public club management.
1) Graduate coursework in private/public clubs.
2) Demonstrated excellence in teaching.
3) Established record of publications and scholarly presentations aligned with rank.
4) Scholarship related to private/public club industry.
5) Experience/coursework in distributed learning/web-based course development.
6) Evidence of collaboration work.
Area of Specialty:
Private/Public Club Management
Non-Tenured Appointment Term:
Open Until Search Closed
Review of Applications Begins:
Required Applicant Documents:
List of Names and Contact Information of Five References
Unofficial Academic Transcripts (official transcripts due upon hire)
Narrative Describing Scholarly Research