Upper Iowa University

Fayette, Iowa United States


    January 31, 2024

Principle responsibilities will be split between undergraduate and graduate programs. Undergraduate; primary teaching responsibility for courses in the marketing major and other business courses as required, curriculum development, program/course assessment, and participation in Department and University academic governance. Graduate; responsible for transferring the MBA courses to a self-paced format, with some potential of teaching in the MBA program. Promotion and tenure consider the quality of teaching, scholarship, and service to the community. 

Essential Duties Summary

  1. Teaching load of 18 credit hours in four or five 8-week terms with 6 credit hours of release time for course development (first year). UIU offers two 8-week sessions. Undergraduate Marketing courses would be taught during Sessions 1-4 each semester.
  2. Participation in University governance
  3. Active in recruitment activities including orientation, advising, and registration days
  4. Participate in or conduct scholarly, artistic, and/or professional development activities
  5. Participate in University, professional, and community service
  6. Teach classroom in Fayette and online, in marketing and the business core
  7. Undergraduate and graduate curriculum review and development with consideration of all stakeholders
  8. Marketing major and emphasis assessment integration and analysis for recommendations to curriculum
  9. Maintain office hours
  10. Maintain efficiency in technology as appropriate for the industry
  11. Additional responsibilities as assigned

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