Assistant Professor - Management (Vancouver/Longview, WA)
The College of Business & Public Administration at Eastern Washington University is currently inviting applications for a tenure-track position in the Department Management for instruction to be delivered at campuses located in Longview and Vancouver, Washington.
Eastern Washington University is a regional, comprehensive institution where excellent teaching must be supplemented with an appropriate research program. The primary teaching area for this position will be management in the undergraduate program. An ongoing research program and service to the university, college and department are also required.
Faculty offices will be located in Longview, Washington at the Lower Columbia College University center, 50 miles north of the Portland, Oregon metro Area. Faculty will also be expected to teach at Eastern Washington University's partnership locations of lower Columbia College in Longview, Washington and at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington.
Screening of applications will begin 05/09/2014. Applications will be held in confidence, and references will not be contacted prior to candidate notification.
Eastern Washington University is a regional, comprehensive institution. It also offers some programs at various locations throughout the state. EWU has an enrollment of over 12,000 students and offers over 100 degree programs. The College of Business & Public Administration has an enrollment of approximately 1,500 students. It is our goal to have the College's programs recognized with the stamp of their respective professional associations. Our programs currently are accredited or certified by AACSB, The Planning Accreditation Board and AUPHA. Other accreditations are being actively pursued.
Conditions of Employment: This is a tenure track, full-time position during the nine-month academic year, mid-September through mid-June to deliver a program in the Longview - Vancouver area. Faculty may have the opportunity to teach in summer for additional compensation, but this is not assured.
* PhD in Management or DBA with emphasis on Management or a related field from an AACSB or appropriately professionally accredited school.
ABD candidates will be considered only if dissertation defense is scheduled for a date prior to August 31, 2014.
* Demonstrated potential for scholarly publication and a continuing research program in an area relevant to management and teaching.
* Demonstrated aptitude and willingness to teach business strategy and policy, business and society and organization theory and behavior. Must be willing to teach other management topics as needed.
* Expectation to quickly earn the status and to be able to maintain the status of "academically qualified faculty" as defined by the College of Business & Public Administration in response to AASCB accreditation standards for scholarly publications.
* Demonstrated willingness to teach on line or in other technology assisted formats.
* Interest in pursuing external grants.
* Candidate must demonstrate high degree of interest and/or experience promoting cultural competency and diversity.
* Ability and interest to teach human resources management and/or small business and entrepreneurship.
* Experience working collaboratively and effectively with students, faculty and administration.
* Teaching experience with a diverse community of learners.