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  • Alan A. Lew
    ... From: Huy Q Pham Date: Fri, Dec 9, 2011 at 9:20 AM Subject: Two positions: Assistant Professor in Hospitality and Transportation
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    From: Huy Q Pham <huypham@...>
    Date: Fri, Dec 9, 2011 at 9:20 AM
    Subject: Two positions: Assistant Professor in Hospitality and Transportation Management, School of Travel Industry Management, U of Hawai`i


    Bellow are two positions (1) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Hospitality Management (Position No. 83900) and (2) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Transportation Management (Position No. 84265), School of Travel Industry Management, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 9-months, full-time, tenure-track, general funds, to begin approximately August 1, 2012 (see below, or the attachments).

     

    Please pass this on to qualified candidates. Any inquires, please contact (808) 956-7166 or email Susan Kikuchi at susan.kikuchi@...

     

    Best regards,
    Huy Pham
    TRINET Administrator




    * ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Hospitality Management (Position No. 83900)

    The School of Travel Industry Management (TIM) is accredited by ACPHA until 2015 and is TedQual certified by the United Nations World Tourism Organization.  Founded in 1966, the School pioneered the concept of integrating all aspects of travel in hospitality, tourism, and transportation management under a single discipline. Faculty and students are able to draw upon Hawaii’s unique location as a premier tourism destination that provides a living laboratory for undergraduate, graduate and professional education and research.  The TIM facilities include Sunset Reference Center with one of the largest specialized collections of tourism resource materials in the region; the Gee Technology Center with an IT classroom, videoconferencing and distance learning capabilities; the Leong Hop & Bernice C. Loui Computer Lab and the Center for Tourism Policy and Planning, which conducts applied research and provides executive training programs and technical assistance to the industry.  (More information available at www.tim.hawaii.edu)

     

    ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Hospitality Management (Position No. 83900), School of Travel Industry Management, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 9-months, full-time, tenure-track, general funds, to begin approximately August 1, 2012.

     

    Duties:  Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in hospitality and additional subjects based on programmatic need and the candidate’s specific expertise. Courses to be taught may include services management, hotel/ resort or mixed use management, internal controls and financial management, strategic management and others.  Engage in research and scholarly activities leading to publishable works; participate in professional, university, and department service; advise undergraduate and graduate students; and supervise graduate student research.

     

    Minimum Qualifications:  Doctorate from a college or university of recognized standing in a relevant field; evidence of teaching ability at the baccalaureate level; evidence of ability to complete publishable research in refereed academic journals.  ABD candidates must submit a letter from their committee chair confirming their expected date of completion.

     

    Desirable Qualifications:  Experience in related industry; experience with web-enhanced and/or distance education.

     

    Salary:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

     

    To Apply:  Submit cover letter indicating how you satisfy the minimum and desirable qualifications; curriculum vitae; undergraduate and graduate transcripts (copies are acceptable, however official transcripts are required at time of hire); names and contact information (including telephone and e-mail address) of at least 3 references. On-line/email applications will not be accepted.

     

    Application Address:  Faculty Search, Position No. 83900 (Hospitality),  School of Travel Industry Management, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2560 Campus Road, George Hall 345, Honolulu, HI, USA 96822.  

     

    Deadline to submit applications:  Continuous recruitment until position filled; Applications received by the deadline of 01/05/2012 will receive first consideration.

     

    Inquiries:  (808) 956-7166 or email Susan Kikuchi at susan.kikuchi@.... 

     

    An EEO/AA Employer.




    * ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Transportation Management (Position No. 84265)


    The School of Travel Industry Management (TIM) is accredited by ACPHA until 2015 and is TedQual certified by the United Nations World Tourism Organization.  Founded in 1966, the School pioneered the concept of integrating all aspects of travel in hospitality, tourism, and transportation management under a single discipline. Faculty and students are able to draw upon Hawaii’s unique location as a premier tourism destination that provides a living laboratory for undergraduate, graduate and professional education and research.  The TIM facilities include Sunset Reference Center with one of the largest specialized collections of tourism resource materials in the region; the Gee Technology Center with an IT classroom, videoconferencing and distance learning capabilities; the Leong Hop & Bernice C. Loui Computer Lab and the Center for Tourism Policy and Planning, which conducts applied research and provides executive training programs and technical assistance to the industry.  (More information available at www.tim.hawaii.edu)

     

    ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Transportation Management (Position No. 84265), School of Travel Industry Management, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 9-months, full-time, tenure-track, general funds, to begin approximately August 1, 2012.

     

    Duties:  Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in tourism transportation and additional subjects based on programmatic need and the candidate’s specific expertise. Courses to be taught may include principles of tourism and transportation; air, surface and cruise travel management and marketing; logistics and supply chain management; and international transportation distribution and planning. Engage in research and scholarly activities leading to publishable works; participate in professional, university, and department service; advise undergraduate and graduate students; and supervise graduate student research.

     

    Minimum Qualifications:  Doctorate from a college or university of recognized standing in a relevant field; evidence of teaching ability at the baccalaureate level; evidence of ability to complete publishable research in refereed academic journals.  ABD candidates must submit a letter from their committee chair confirming their expected date of completion.

     

    Desirable Qualifications:  Experience in related industry; experience with web-enhanced and/or distance education.

     

    Salary:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

     

    To Apply:  Submit cover letter indicating how you satisfy the minimum and desirable qualifications; curriculum vitae; undergraduate and graduate transcripts (copies are acceptable, however official transcripts are required at time of hire); names and contact information (including telephone and e-mail address) of at least 3 references. On-line/email applications will not be accepted.

     

    Application Address:  Faculty Search, Position No. 84265 (Transportation),  School of Travel Industry Management, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2560 Campus Road, George Hall 345, Honolulu, HI, USA 96822.  

     

    Deadline to submit applications:  Continuous recruitment until position filled; Applications received by the deadline of 01/05/2012 will receive first consideration.

     

    Inquiries:  (808) 956-4889 or email Susan Kikuchi at susan.kikuchi@.... 

     

    An EEO/AA Employer.



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