Tenure-Track Senior Business Faculty

Hollins University
Roanoke, VA

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Tenure-Track Senior Business Faculty

(posted 11/11/21)

Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia invites applications for a tenure-track, experienced business faculty member. This is a full-time, open rank and business sub-field position beginning July 1, 2022. Please visit this web page to learn more about Hollins; its commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice; faculty development; the university’s students; and the Roanoke Valley.

Position & Qualifications

The Department of Economics and Business strives to prepare students for leadership positions in a global society and offers a major in economics and tracks in general business, international business, finance, and a new entrepreneurship track, along with business and international business minors, and a new minor in entrepreneurship. This position carries a teaching load of three undergraduate courses per semester. Other duties include maintaining scholarly activity in the form of publications and presentations; developing curriculum; advising, mentoring, and recruiting students; participating in department and university service; and engaging with the vibrant local Roanoke Valley business community.

The successful candidate will have a strong record of innovative, student-centered teaching at the undergraduate level, evidence of scholarly accomplishment, demonstrated leadership in business curriculum development, and a strong commitment to the liberal arts and women’s education. They will be able to teach introduction to business, international business, and business law and ethics, in addition to other required and elective courses in business, such as organizational behavior, marketing, e-commerce, and entrepreneurship. The ideal candidate will hold a Ph.D. in business, business economics, marketing, or organizational behavior or a D.B.A.

Hollins seeks to recruit and retain outstanding candidates who exhibit a clear commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and who will enhance the diversity of its faculty and staff. As such, the successful candidate will have the exciting opportunity to partner with department faculty to help lead the business curriculum and to infuse it with a newly invigorated vision that includes the cultivation of women’s leadership; experiential learning and career preparedness; and diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice. In alignment with institutional and programmatic priorities, the business program is also poised to take full advantage of cross-disciplinary partnerships with academic programs across campus and in the Roanoke community to develop the next generation of successful women business leaders.

About Hollins

Hollins University is one of the nation’s most dynamic and diverse historically women’s colleges with an undergraduate student population that includes 33% US-American students of color, 37% Pell-eligible students, 38% first-generation college students, and 9% international students. Known for its creative and highly engaged student body and its commitment to inclusive academic excellence, Hollins prides itself on its nationally recognized and award-winning undergraduate and gender-inclusive graduate academic programs, its deeply committed alumnae/i network, its extraordinarily beautiful campus surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, and its unique ability to ensure that each of its students has the opportunity to design a transformational college experience.

Hollins University is highly ranked for student participation in alumni network (#5 private schools, Princeton Review’s Best Value Colleges for 2021), internships (#12 private schools, Princeton Review’s Best Value Colleges for 2021), and social mobility (#16 in U.S. News Best Colleges 2022). Hollins University’s Batten Leadership Institute and the Rutherfoord Center for Experiential Learning provide students with robust access to multiple networking and career preparedness opportunities from leadership development to internships to study abroad.

Application Process

Screening of candidates will begin November 15, 2021; the search will remain open until the position is filled. To apply, please submit the following materials:

  • A cover letter that includes your vision for and experience with supporting and growing a business program uniquely dedicated to serving women;
  • A curriculum vitae; and
  • A diversity, equity, and inclusion statement that addresses how you promote inclusivity, bring in diverse perspectives, and/or discuss racial, diversity, and equality issues in your teaching, writing, research, and/or service.

Candidates advanced to the second stage of review will be invited to submit the following materials:

  • Three letters of recommendation (at least one of which must focus specifically on the candidate’s teaching experience and abilities);
  • A writing sample;
  • Three sample syllabi;
  • Teaching evaluations; and
  • Unofficial copy of graduate school transcripts.

Applicants should submit materials via this web page (https://hollins.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_efHrJZGKfXXG8Ga). The selected candidate will be asked to submit official transcripts to the Office of the Provost and will also be subject to a criminal history background check. For any questions and confidential inquiries about the position, please contact Laura Hawley, Assistant to the Provost, at [email protected].

Hollins is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity at every level of the university. Persons of all genders; persons with disabilities; persons of all racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds; and first-generation college graduates are encouraged to apply.

For more information about Hollins, please visit our website.


Working at Hollins University

Hollins is an independent liberal arts university dedicated to academic excellence and humane values. Hollins University offers undergraduate liberal arts education for women, selected graduate programs for men and women, and community outreach initiatives. The Hollins curriculum and cocurricular programs prepare students for lives of active learning, fulfilling work, personal growth, achievement, and service to society.

The Hollins community sustains talented students engaged in challenging study, and productive scholars and artists devoted to teaching and to the advancement of knowledge. Experiential learning, study abroad, and internships enhance the academic program. The hallmarks of a Hollins education are creativity and effective self-expression, problem solving and critical thinking skills, and independent inquiry and the free exchange of ideas.

Hollins nurtures civility, integrity, and concern for others, encourages and values diversity and social justice, and affirms the equal worth of women and men. Our university motto, Levavi Oculos, calls us to leadership and service in accord with the Hollins values and traditions.

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