Chicago, Illinois, Job Description Summary: The Department of Marketing in the Quinlan School of Business, Loyola University Chicago invites applications for a faculty appointment in Marketing beginning in the Fall term of 2021. The tenure-track position is open at the Assistant or Advanced Assistant Professor level, subject to funding approval. Previous teaching experience, high-quality scholarly research, and engagement in impactful service (commensurate with rank) are recommended. Responsibilities: Expectations include high-quality scholarly research, teaching excellence, engagement in impactful service (commensurate with rank), and a strong understanding of and commitment to the university’s mission. We seek candidates at the rank of assistant professor (tenure-track) in the broadly defined areas of consumer behavior, integrated marketing communications, branding, analytics, and/or insights and storytelling. Candidates should demonstrate a strong research agenda and pipeline. Research streams (e.g., transformative consumer research, public policy research) which advance the University’s mission will be favorably received by the committee. We seek scholars who can support the current undergraduate and graduate marketing curriculum (Marketing majors and minors, MS Marketing and MBA ) and potentially build unique course offerings such as multicultural marketing and textual analytics. The initial teaching load is four undergraduate or graduate courses per year. Specific course assignments may include, but are not limited to, consumer behavior and insights, brand management, integrated marketing communications, fundamentals of marketing, and customer experience management. For further program information, see: and and Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must have a minimum of an earned doctorate degree in Marketing, or a closely related field, and an established record of ongoing research activities in the field. Qualified applicants should also demonstrate teaching effectiveness and innovative approaches to marketing education. Although not required, industry experience in marketing is preferred.