The Manfred Steinfeld School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Roosevelt University in Chicago seeks a dynamic, full-time faculty member beginning January 2023. This individual will teach a broad range of Hospitality Management-related courses on both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the field of hotel/foodservice operations, meeting planning, special events and tourism. This position also requires service activities, such as participation in college and university committees, involvement in student recruiting activities and attendance at related industry events. There is no research requirement for this position.
Founded in 1986, the Hospitality Management Program (HOSM) has two full-time, a robust adjunct faculty and a dedicated Program Director committed to student success. Offering courses at both the Chicago Loop and Schaumburg campuses, locations surrounded by the finest hotels, restaurants, and meeting space, the program provides students with extensive opportunity for career advancement, experiential learning, and internships.
Reflecting the ideals of its founders in 1945, Roosevelt University is a private, nonsectarian community of educators, scholars, and learners committed to academic, creative, and service excellence who value differences in personal experiences and perspectives; ask the difficult questions; and promote mutual understanding, inclusion, social consciousness, and action toward social justice. Recognizing that difference broadens perspectives, Roosevelt University seeks and serves a diverse, promising student body from metropolitan Chicago and around the world.
Roosevelt University requires all new hires to be compliant with our COVID-19 vaccination policy, found at the COVID-19 website. All new hires must be fully vaccinated at the time of hire, which includes initial vaccination and booster), or have a legitimate medical or religious exemption.
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