Associate or Assistant Professor, Family Financial Planning, Department of Housing and Consumer Economics, College of Family and Consumer SciencesThe University of Georgia Search # 67661
POSITION: Associate or Assistant Professor in Family Financial Planning (9-month, tenure-track appointment)
RESPONSIBILITIES: 1) Teach on-campus and online undergraduate and graduate courses in family financial planning (FFP) with a typical teaching load of 6 to 8 courses per academic year; 2) conceptualize, develop, implement, and manage a new graduate certificate in FFP; 3) prepare innovative teaching materials, instructional techniques and curricula which contribute to effective student learning and contribute to overall department curricula; 4) focus on building the distance education capacity of both the Department and the Financial Planning Program; 5) publish articles, textbooks, reviews, and/or abstracts that reflect contributions to teaching; 6) advise students and direct graduate student practicum experiences; and 6) participate in university governance and service to professional organizations.
QUALIFICATIONS: To be considered for the position of an Assistant Professor, the applicants must hold an earned doctorate in financial planning, family economics, consumer economics, resource management, or related field. To be considered for the position of an Associate Professor the applicants must hold an earned doctorate in financial planning, family economics, consumer economics, resource management, or related field and have attained tenure at another university or at least four years as assistant professor. Applicants meeting the minimum qualifications consistent with rank of associate professor will be preferred. All applicants must have a proven record of leadership and commitment to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education in financial planning.