Multiple Positions in Strategy, Information Systems, and Marketing
Northeastern State University
Location: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Salary: Please see the description
Tenure Track or Tenured
5 openings available.
Internal Number: 2024
We are hiring for 3 positions in Strategic Management, 1 position in Information Systems, and 1 position in Marketing.
For all positions, candidates must have an earned doctorate in the discipline with preferred experience in teaching face-to-face, hybrid, and online learning environments. The right faculty will be able to teach any of the courses in the discipline the undergraduate or graduate level. The faculty member may be assigned to teach classes and hold meetings as needed on the Tahlequah or Broken Arrow campuses, on Zoom or online.
Faculty will also be expected to publish in peer-reviewed academic journals, engage in student recruiting efforts, and engage with industry.
In addition to teaching, this position involves student recruitment. The right candidate will be active in connecting with industry. The person will also be expected to find and meet with prospective students from high schools, community colleges, returning students from industry and through social media.
NSU is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce as an essential part of excellence in faculty and staff at the University. NSU will take actions to attract and retain qualified women and minorities in all positions and levels within the University.
It is Northeastern State University’s policy that all newly hired employees must provide an original social security card during the hiring process. Failure to provide an original social security card will delay the hiring process and ability to begin employment.
The successful candidate will also be required to provide official transcripts for all degrees earned.
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Located in beautiful northeastern Oklahoma, Northeastern State is a comprehensive regional school with historic roots back to 1846 when it was founded as the Cherokee National Female Seminary. This historic link to the Cherokee Nation and Indian Territory make Northeastern the oldest institution of higher learning in Oklahoma. The original Seminary was built in Park Hill south of Tahlequah and destroyed by fire on Easter Sunday 1887. On May 7, 1889, the Cherokee National Female Seminary was dedicated north of Tahlequah, where it would continue to provide learning opportunities for young women for 20 years. Seminary Hall is now the historic centerpiece of Northeastern State, and each year on May 7, Descendants of Seminarians gather to observe Seminaries Homecoming in honor of our first students.
Our history as a state institution began on March 6, 1909, when the Oklahoma legislature purchased the Female Seminary and created Northeastern State Normal School, where the first classes were held on September 14, 1909. A decade later, NSNS transformed into Northeastern State Teacher's College, offering a four-year curriculum leading to a bachelor's degree. The Oklahoma legislature auth...orized changing the name of NSTC to Northeastern State College in 1939. We became officially known as Northeastern State University in 1978.
In celebration of 100 years as a state institution, and in tribute to Northeastern's shared heritage with the Cherokee Nation, Founders Day activities were held on March 6, 2009. The historic occasion was marked by the unveiling of the Sequoyah statue and dedication of Centennial Plaza.
Today we are Oklahoma's fourth-largest public four-year institution and one of six regional institutions governed by the Regional University System of Oklahoma board. The university serves a learning hub in northeastern Oklahoma formed by three campuses the main campus in Tahlequah and branch campuses in Muskogee and Broken Arrow which together serve nearly 9,000 students annually.
Learn more about Northeastern State University at www.nsuok.edu