Teaching Faculty I, 9 Month (Visual Merch and Textiles; Retail Entrepreneurship)
Job ID: 43692
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
The new Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship is the nation's first stand-alone entrepreneurship school outside of a college of business at a public university offering a Retail Entrepreneurship program.
The major of Retail Entrepreneurship, starting in Fall of 2018, is an undergraduate program which offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Retail Entrepreneurship (RE), which integrates an understanding of merchandising strategy, consumer research and behavior, design principles and product development, buying, store organization including e-commerce, visual merchandising, inventory management and sales -the necessary components in bringing products from concept to consumer. The Retail Entrepreneurship (RE) major prepares students for executive training programs and other entry-level retail merchandising and product development positions within a diverse range of retail and retail-related businesses.
The Florida State University's Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship is seeking a specialized Teaching Faculty whose focus is on visual merchandising, textiles, and supply chains.
This position will also be responsible for the coordination of various special projects.
The successful candidate will have completed a Master's in merchandising, textiles, or a related field and will also be competent to teach other Retail Entrepreneurship courses, such as Supply Chain and History of Dress.
This is a Faculty position.
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