Open Faculty Positions
Department of Sport and Recreation Management
The School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) is soliciting applicants for a faculty position (non tenure-track). This position is in the school’s Department of Sport and Recreation Management.
Non Tenure-Track: Assistant/Associate Professor (Instructional Track)
Qualified applicants will hold at least a Master’s Degree in sport management or a related field.
Preferred applicants will have:
- Relevant work experience in the sport industry;
- Established record of strong teaching in sport management at undergraduate and/or graduate levels;
- Experience delivering high-quality instruction in at least two (2) of the following areas at the undergraduate and graduate levels: sport management, sport marketing, sport facility management, sport finance, and research methods in sport management;
- Specific experience and/or a willingness to develop and deliver online courses is also desirable.
Both appointments will begin in the fall semester of 2018. Review of applications to begin immediately and positions will remain open until filled. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Temple University is a large urban university located approximately 2 miles north of Center City Philadelphia. The Department of Sport and Recreation Management currently offers a Bachelor’s (BS) in Sport and Recreation Management and two Master’s degrees (MS) in Sport Business and a fully online Executive MS in Sport Business. STHM is a self-standing school, affiliated with Temple University’s Fox School of Business and Management, which offers a PhD in Business Administration with a Tourism/Sport concentration.
Applicants should submit a letter of application (MUST specify position), curriculum vitae, the names of at least three references, teaching evaluations, and other relevant supporting materials to Dr. Joe Mahan, Chair, Department of Sport & Recreation Management (email@example.com).
For sustainability purposes, electronic applications are strongly encouraged.