The successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate lecture courses related to Parks, Recreation, Sport and Tourism across three designated emphasis areas: Leisure Service Management, Sport Management and possibly Tourism Management. Primary responsibilities will include organizing and teaching undergraduate courses including, but not limited to: Governance and Policy in Sport and Leisure, Global Sport Environments, Legal Aspects of Sport, Personnel Management and Leadership in Leisure Service Management, Fundamentals of Tourism, Administration of Leisure Service Delivery, Park Management, and Introduction to recreation for Individuals with Disabilities. Teaching load will range from three courses to four courses per semester.
Candidates should have a B.S. in Parks, Recreation, Tourism or Sport Management. An M.S. degree or higher is preferred but at least one degree must be within those listed above. Experience in teaching is preferred, but other related supervision, training or leadership will be considered. Female and minority applicants are strongly encouraged to apply
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