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Sport Management Assistant Professor - Career Track, Teaching, non-tenure track

Employer
Washington State University - Pullman Campus
Location
Pullman, Washington State
Salary
$55,000 - $65,000 per 9-month academic year
Date posted
Nov 21, 2023

The Sport Management Program (located within the College of Education on the Pullman campus) is seeking applications for an assistant professor (career track/teaching) continuous position, with a 9-month appointment, the possibility of summer employment, and the opportunity for promotion within career-track.  Applicants will be expected to teach up to four courses each semester in the following content areas related to sport: communication, ethics, event and facility management, equity and justice, finance, law, management, marketing, or sociology.  The typical contractual load for a career-track teaching assistant professor is approximately 80% teaching 10% research, and 10% service.

The Sport Management program seeks candidates who will contribute to innovative teaching and service activities, integrating sport management into campus and community entities as appropriate.  Experiences may include university recreation, intercollegiate athletics, community recreation, and non-profit or professional sport entities.  Additional opportunities, commensurate with experience, training, and interest, include supervising student internship experiences and interacting with industry partners.  Finally, the College of Education seeks applicants with a demonstrated knowledge and ability to work effectively with individuals and groups with a variety of identities, cultures, backgrounds, and ideologies in a global environments.  Candidates who demonstrate engagement in interdisciplinary work, foster scholarly connections among current faculty, and contribute to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts are especially encouraged to apply.

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