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Advertising (Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor)

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Central Michigan University
Position Summary
Responsibilities: Teach three undergraduate courses each semester in advertising and/or graduate courses in integrated marketing communication (IMC); advise students, including student professional clubs; maintain an active record of research/creative activity; contribute to curriculum development; serve on departmental, college and university committees; assist in outcome assessment; and participate in state, regional and national professional and academic organizations. The starting date for the position is August 2015.
Required Qualifications
Ph.D (ABD considered; Ph.D. must be completed within one year of appointment) in advertising or mass communication with an emphasis on advertising, strategic communication, or IMC and a knowledge of new/digital/social media technology for consideration in the department's academic track. Candidates must have the skills necessary to teach a variety of courses appropriate to the needs of the department and the candidate's interest and expertise. Such courses will include: advertising principles, design, copy writing, media planning, account planning, research, strategy and campaigns.
Preferred Qualifications
Professional experience in media planning in the constantly changing digital media environment, ability to bring global and diverse perspectives to the department and ability to teach other journalism/mass communications courses.
Position Title: Advertising (Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor)
College/Unit: College of Communication & Fine Arts
Home Department: Department of Journalism
Employee Group: Tenure-Track Faculty - Academic Year
Employment Status: Full-Time
Position Type: 9 month (Academic Year)
Position Classification: Tenure Track Faculty
Position Begin Date: 08/24/2015
Posting Begins: 10/30/2014
Open Until Filled: Yes
Type of Recruitment: External

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