I'd like to bring the following to your attention.
The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management is soliciting
applicants for two non-tenure track (1-year) Instructor positions. One
Instructor position will be in the school’s Tourism and Hospitality
Management program, while the other will be in the Sport and
Recreation Management program. Applicants will be expected to teach
undergraduate and graduate courses, and supervise interns. Salary will
be based on qualifications and experience. A terminal degree is
preferred, but not required. Applicants will be expected to have
teaching experience. Teaching evaluations are required with
The appointments will begin in the fall semester of 2012.
Temple University is a large urban university located approximately 2
miles north of Center City Philadelphia, the heart of the local
tourism industry. Philadelphia’s extensive tourism, hospitality,
sport, and recreation venues make the city ideal for teaching and
learning experiences for Temple University faculty and students. The
School of Tourism and Hospitality Management was established July 1,
1998. The School offers four degree programs: the bachelor’s and
master’s degrees in Sport and Recreation Management, as well as the
bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Tourism and Hospitality Management.
The School is a self-standing school, affiliated with Temple
University’s Fox School of Business and Management, where a Ph.D. in
Business Administration with a Tourism and Sport emphasis is offered.
Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae,
the names of three references, teaching evaluations, and other
relevant supporting materials to Dr. Aubrey Kent, Chair of the School
of Tourism and Hospitality Management (215-204-3810,
), at the following address: School of Tourism and
Hospitality Management, 1810 North 13th Street, 111 Speakman Hall
(006-68), Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 19122.
For sustainability purposes, electronic applications are encouraged.
Temple University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Applications should be directed to Dr. Kent--I'd be happy to answer
any questions, however, off list via email.
School of Tourism & Hospitality Management