Job Role : Assistant / Associate / Full Professor in Tourism and Cultural Communications
The College seeks candidates at the Assistant, Associate and Full Professor levels. The College is seeking dynamic individuals who can provide expertise and leadership in the Tourism and Cultural Communications concentration.
We seek candidates with innovative ideas who will be able to teach tourism principles, tourism communication, event planning and management and promotion for destinations, culture and heritage.
Knowledge of using social and converged media in tourism is strongly preferred.
New TCC faculty members will teach and conduct research or creative activities within the scope of the concentration.
The position also requires the successful applicant to handle student advising, course development, serve on College-wide committees, conduct scholarly activities, including research and / or creative endeavors.
All candidates for this position are expected to have a record of previous teaching experience that meets international standards, as well as professional experience and / or scholarly / creative activities in the area of emphasis.
Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate the ability to teach, conduct research and / or engage in creative activity and participate in interdisciplinary College efforts in addition to their specific areas of specialization.
Applicants for the rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor must have a terminal degree (PhD preferred) with a specialization in Tourism and Cultural Communications or Business Administration from a QS ranked university Professional experience is desirable as well as a proven track record of excellence in teaching.
In addition, an established track-record of publications in Scopus listed or ranked journals is desired.
Candidates are expected to be effective teachers / scholars and are expected to teach in both the undergraduate and graduate programs and be involved in outreach efforts to the community.
Also desired, but not required, is bi-lingual fluency in Arabic and English. Previous teaching experience in an ESL environment is helpful.
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.