Hospitality and Tourism Management Faculty
Job location: BYU–Hawaii
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted data: 2020-10-12
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Applications will be reviewed beginning December 1, 2020
Start date: Fall semester (September) 2021 or Winter semester (January) 2022
- A doctorate in hospitality, tourism or business is preferred. A strong emphasis on application of expertise and best practices is important, and those with master’s degrees and significant professional experience will be considered.
- Passion for the hospitality and tourism discipline is essential, and a desire to mentor a diverse, global student body toward a successful career launch is key in this faculty role.
- We seek candidates who support BYU-Hawaii’s “Learn Lead Build” mission (http://about.byuh.edu/mission) and who are committed to strengthening our students both spiritually and intellectually.
- As an educational institution affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, BYU-Hawaii prefers to hire qualified members of the Church in good standing as authorized under Title 41 CFS § 60-1.5 (a)(6).
- Teach approximately 30 semester credit hours per year across three semesters in subject areas such as: introduction to hospitality and tourism; accommodations management; food and beverage management; attractions and sustainable destinations; meetings, events and conventions; tourism economics and finance; leadership and management; marketing and customer experience; travel and hospitality technology; introduction to business; business communications. Actual course teaching assignments are based on program need and the candidate’s specific experience.
- Be engaged in the programs and activities of the Center for Hospitality and Tourism which exists to support the HTM academic program and the development of its students (https://hospitality.byuh.edu/).
- Scholarship, ongoing professional development, and university service are expected as a complement to primary teaching responsibilities.
- BYU-Hawaii’s primary focus is undergraduate learning and teaching. The individual should be fully committed to student learning (http://about.byuh.edu/learning-framework) and
- The individual should be completely committed to helping prepare students to serve in their families, communities, and the Church throughout the world, with a particular emphasis on the university’s targeted Asia-Pacific area. Any meaningful experience in or with the Asia-Pacific region is helpful in this regard.
- Rank and salary dependent on qualifications and experience.
- A limited relocation expense package is provided.
- Annually renewable contract eligible for Continuing Faculty Status (BYU-H equivalent of “tenure-track”).
- Standard BYU-Hawaii benefits package for regular full-time employees.
- Online Application Form.
- A letter of application and curriculum vitae.
- For finalists, three letters of recommendation written specifically for this position. Letter writers must include their names, addresses, and telephone numbers and send their letters directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Employment confidential report form (https://brightspotcdn.byu.edu/ca/94/ece6c2d542c0a203a21f3ff10a14/ecclesiastical-endorsement-0.pdf). These forms should be submitted by the interviewing ecclesiastical leader or applicant (if non-LDS) to email@example.com.
- Official transcript from the institution where last degree was received.
- Optional - A link to a 10 minute (minimum) teaching video posted online.
Associate Academic Vice President for Faculty
55-220 Kulanui Street
Laie, HI 96762
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org* More information may be requested as you progress through the recruiting process.