Clinical or Assistant Professor in Hospitality and Tourism

October 9, 2012

The School of Business invites applications for the following position:

Twelve-month Clinical Instructor, non-tenure track or a nine-month tenure-track Assistant Professor in Hospitality and Tourism Administration in the School of Business. The position requires expertise in the areas of: Culinary, Foodservice and Contract Food Service Management. For the non-tenure clinical faculty, the appointment is renewable annually but is not limited in duration. The position is available January 2013 or until filled.

The tenure-track applicant must hold a Ph.D. degree in Hospitality Management or a related discipline. The applicant must possess industry experience in: culinary, foodservice, restaurant and/or on-site food service management; and relevant university teaching experience and a published research record. The non-tenure track Clinical Instructor must possess training in culinary, chef certification and Master’s in Hospitality Management. The applicant must demonstrate continuous improvement as evidenced by professional development, and service to the community and profession.

All faculty members are expected to teach, advise students, (conduct and publish scholarly research-tenure-track only) and participate in professional and university service. Faculty will be responsible for culinary/foodservice instruction in culinary teaching laboratory. Participation in continuous improvement activities and completion of industry certifications are desirable.

Competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

The Hospitality and Tourism Administration program is ACPHA accredited and is housed within an AACSB accredited School of Business. The School offers the Bachelor of Science degree face-to-face and online, the Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Hospitality and Tourism.

North Carolina Central University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, for the benefit of women, members of racial minority groups, and handicapped persons. Information about an applicant’s sex, race and handicap is sought voluntarily, is kept confidential, and will be used only for legally required reporting purposes and for the furtherance of affirmative action efforts; refusal to provide such information will not subject the applicant to any adverse treatment.

All applicants’ packages should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, official transcripts, evidence of scholarly activity, and three references (names, addresses, telephone and fax/email) should be sent to:

Ibrahim Salama, Associate Dean
School of Business
North Carolina Central University
1801 Fayetteville Street
Durham, North Carolina 27707 USA