Loyola University Chicago
Chicago, Illinois, Job Description Summary: The Department of Marketing in the Quinlan School of Business, Loyola University Chicago invites applications for a part time instructor in Marketing. Teaching needs can vary from term to term and can arise at any time. For this reason, review of applications will be ongoing and continue until all needs are filled. Candidates should resubmit their materials every year to ensure they are in the most recent candidate pool. Expectations include a strong understanding of and commitment to the university’s mission. We seek scholars who can support the current undergraduate and graduate marketing curriculum (Marketing majors and minors, MS Marketing and MBA ). The initial teaching load is one or more undergraduate or graduate courses per term (in person, hybrid, or online as needed). Specific course assignments may include, but are not limited to, analytics, consumer behavior and insights, business communications, marketing strategy, sustainability and marketing, and multicultural marketing. For further program information, see: https://www.luc.edu/quinlan/undergraduate/marketing/curriculum/ and https://www.luc.edu/quinlan/mba/ and https://luc.edu/quinlan/mba/masters-in-marketing/ . Social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion are core elements of the University’s mission. The Department of Marketing encourages individuals from historically marginalized groups to apply for the position. The Quinlan School of Business strives to fully represent our community by continually searching for applicants with different backgrounds to enrich the educational experience. Moreover, we value the ability to practice culturally responsive teaching, anti-racist pedagogy, and a social justice lens to research in line with the Jesuit educational mission of the university. Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must have a minimum of an earned masters in marketing or a related field, and significant work experience related to the field of interest. Previous teaching experience is preferred but not required. Qualified applicants should also demonstrate teaching effectiveness and innovative approaches to marketing education. Although not required, industry experience in marketing is preferred.