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Dallas, TX

Cox School of Business

Faculty Position # 00054078 in Customer Engagement

The Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University is seeking candidates for a non-tenured track Clinical Professor position in the Brierley Institute for Customer Engagement for fall 2019. Candidates who apply should have earned an MBA and have relevant corporate experience, or a doctorate in marketing or a related discipline.

The Brierley Institute in the Cox School of Business advances knowledge and improves business practice, driven to understand how and why customers engage with brands and how engagement drives customer loyalty and value. This position is responsible for delivering a number of courses in Customer Engagement for MBA and MS students and for developing and delivering professional and executive education programs.

The ideal candidate will be an accomplished teacher and have either relevant professional experience designing and managing loyalty/rewards programs, building customer relationships, leveraging digital and traditional media, measuring financial impact, and/or creating customer experiences, or be an avid participant and observer of the customer engagement space.

Salary is negotiable. Contracts are for three years and are renewable depending on teaching performance. Hiring is contingent on the satisfactory completion of a background check.

How to apply

The review of applications will begin July 1, 2019. To ensure full consideration for the position, the application must be received by 7/30/19, but the committee will continue to accept applications until the position is filled. Applicants should provide a curriculum vitae, a list of references, and evidence of teaching effectiveness at http://apply.interfolio.com/64789 .

The Brierley Institute Director and Endowed Professor will be conducting interviews on campus.

The primary mission of Perkins School of Theology, as a community devoted to theological study and teaching in the service of the church of Jesus Christ, is to prepare women and men for faithful leadership in Christian ministry. Perkins School of Theology affirms its relationships to the community of learning that is Southern Methodist University, to the universal church (inclusive, ecumenical, and global), The United Methodist Church specifically, and to its particular geographical and cultural setting in the southwestern United States.