Assistant Professor


DEPARTMENT

Hotel, Restaurant, Tourism Admistration


POSITION SUMMARY

The University of New Orleans is seeking applications for an Assistant Professor at the Lester E. Kabacoff School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Administration. The University has an enrollment of 8,000 students and the School resides within the AACSB accredited College of Business Administration. Classes are offered in all major areas of hospitality and tourism and the School has a total of approximately 150 undergraduate and 40 graduate students. The School enjoys a strong working relationship with the large and growing tourism industry in New Orleans and benefits from a multi-million-dollar foundation. The College of Business also includes the Hospitality Research Center that undertakes nation-wide grant based research for the tourism industry.


RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities of this faculty member will be to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in hospitality management, including finance and revenue management, research methods, and additional subjects based on the candidate’s specific expertise and the needs of the School. The candidate will also engage in research and scholarly activities leading to published articles; participate in professional, university, and department service; advise undergraduate and graduate students; and supervise graduate student research.


REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

1) An earned doctoral degree in Hospitality Management or related field 2) Evidence of teaching ability at the university level 3) Evidence of ability to complete publishable research


DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS


SALARY

Commensurate with qualifications and experience.


DATE POSTED

04/17/2018


CLOSING DATE

Position will remain open until filled. The desired starting date for the position is the Fall Semester, 2018.


POSITION NUMBER

182

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