Grounded in a legacy of 112 years of excellence, North Carolina Central University offers top-ranked programs in disciplines including the sciences, law, business, and education. North Carolina Central University is part of the University of North Carolina system located in Durham. Based on the 2020 Census, Durham is the 4th-most populous city in North Carolina and is part of the region noted as the Research Triangle Park.
The North Carolina Central School of Business prepares global leaders that are committed to community service. The School of Business’s AACSB accredited programs serve more than 900 undergraduate and graduate students. The Department of Business Administration is the largest unit within the School and serves students pursuing concentrations in Management, Marketing, Human Resource Management, and Entrepreneurship.
Primary Purpose of Position
The School of Business at North Carolina Central University seeks highly-qualified applicants for a 9-month, tenure-track position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship in the Department of Business Administration. Selected candidate will exhibit a desire to teach at the undergraduate level but may also be required to teach graduate courses. Engagement in scholarly research is required.
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Candidates must demonstrate currency in the discipline, effective oral and written communication skills, and sound financial knowledge of the global economy. The successful candidate must have the ability to work collaboratively with multiple and diverse stakeholders sufficient to build relationships. Candidates must demonstrate excellence in teaching in the areas of strategic management and/or entrepreneurship, exhibit efficient use of instructional technology and the capacity to engage students in their teaching. The ability to produce scholarly publications is expected.
Candidates must have a doctorate degree from an AACSB accredited program in management, entrepreneurship, or closely related business discipline. Must provide evidence, either by record or potential, of ability to produce scholarly publications in the field of management and/or entrepreneurship.
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Specific tasks and responsibilities related to the function.
The review of candidates will focus on their teaching, research, service, and alignment with the mission of the School. Primary teaching responsibilities include undergraduate and/or graduate courses in strategic management, entrepreneurship, and/or general management. Selected candidate must be prepared to teach in face-to-face and online environments and have evidence of teaching effectiveness. The selected candidate must also demonstrate a track record or the potential for producing publications necessary for the School to meet current AACSB International accreditation standards. Service to the School, University, profession, and community is also expected.
Unofficial Transcripts (official required from selected candidate)
North Carolina Central University prepares students to succeed in the global marketplace. Consistently ranked as a top Historically Black College or University and Best Regional University in the South by U.S. News & World Report, NCCU offers flagship programs in the sciences, education, law, business, nursing and the arts.