Assistant or Associate Professor of Hospitality Management

December 19, 2012

University of San Francisco
Department: School of Management
Job Type
: Full-Time

Job Summary:
The School of Management at the University of San Francisco seeks applicants for two tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of assistant or associate professor starting Fall 2013 in the field of hospitality management. The School seeks applicants with expertise in at least one of the following areas: 1) hotel and restaurant development/asset management and/or revenue management; 2) food and beverage management and/or convention and event management.

Job Responsibilities:
A successful candidate must meet the following minimum qualifications: (1) an earned doctorate in hospitality management or a related field by the time of appointment; (2) an established or emerging research program in hospitality management; and (3) an expectation of excellence in teaching hospitality management. The candidate will teach both required and elective undergraduate courses and will undertake scholarly research in a collaborative and supportive environment that welcomes inter-disciplinary and practice-oriented scholarship as well as discipline-based and theoretical work. The department intends to have a graduate program in place in the next three years.

Minimum Qualifications:
Successful experience teaching hospitality management and a minimum of three years relevant hospitality management and tourism industry experience is preferred.

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