Assistance Professor of Marketing and Business Communications
The Paul and Virginia Engler College of Business at West Texas
A&M University invites applications for an assistant professor
of Marketing and Business Communications available in fall
2022. West Texas A&M University is located on a 170-acre
campus in Canyon, Texas with two additional support center
facilities in neighboring Amarillo, Texas. The Amarillo,
Texas area is an affordable and growing metropolitan area of
approximately 350,000 serving as a primary service area for
Northwest Texas, Southwest Oklahoma, Southwest Kansas, Eastern New
Mexico, and Southeast Colorado. University enrollment is
approximately 10,000 students, which includes over 1,300
undergraduate and 1,400 graduate students in the AACSB-Accredited
College of Business. The typical teaching load is three classes
(two preparations) each semester. The positions include
teaching, research, and service responsibilities.
Competitive candidates must hold a Doctorate in Marketing,
Communications, Advertising, or a closely related field at the time
of their appointment. A mastery level is considered with
significant industry experience. Preference is given to candidates
who can teach one or more of the following: Advertising, Business
Communications, Digital Marketing, and other emerging topics in
communications and marketing.
Successful candidates must demonstrate their commitment to quality
traditional classroom and online teaching and participate in
scholarly activities in accordance with the AACSB
accreditation. Candidates are expected to have strong
leadership and interpersonal communication skills, initiative, and
the ability to excel in a student-focused environment.
A complete application must include a curriculum vita listing
three references. Transcripts of all academic work are
required for finalists and requested of applicants. Send
materials via e-mail to: COBsearch@wtamu.edu.
West Texas A&M University is an Equal
Opportunity/Male/Female/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to
Texas law requires that males aged 18 through 25 be properly
registered with the Selective Service System in order to be
eligible for employment.
All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to
a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon
the institution’s verification of credentials and/or other
information required by the institution’s procedures, including the
completion of the criminal history check.