Sample Marketing Professor Resume

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Brad Moore
7930 Carpenter St, Apt#45
Seattle, WA 98119
(123)-456-1234
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Summary
A credible, effective and efficient educator with proven expertise in conveying knowledge to learning individuals; Responsible for delivering lectures, grading papers and exams; Responsible for delivering quality instructions and lectures ensuring student satisfaction; Has a good and strong communications and interaction skills; Has a keen ability in conducting research; Has a thorough knowledge of all marketing subject matters; With a good background of advertising, promotion, contract, finance, marketing and cooperate relationships; Proficient in inventory control, purchasing, budgeting and accounts; Profound ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in writing; Strong ability to supervise, train and evaluate assigned staff.

Professional Experience:

Marketing ProfessorJanuary 2007 – Present
University of Phoenix, Tukwila, WA
Responsibilities:

  • Taught introduction and upper-level marketing courses.
  • Developed and taught the ethics course recently added to the Department’s core curriculum.
  • Advised students regarding research and term paper.
  • Conducted a research in the field of marketing strategy.
  • Developed a curriculum suited to marketing students, both undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Taught undergraduate and graduate levels.

Assistant Professor of MarketingMay 2004 – December 2006
Cameron University, Lawton, OK
Responsibilities:

  • Taught undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Developed a curriculum suited for marketing student for undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Advised students regarding research and term paper.
  • Conducted research in the field of marketing strategy.
  • Fostered research activities in the discipline area across the Faculty and University.

Lecturer in International Business February 1999 – May 2004
Monterey Institute of International Studies, CA
Responsibilities:

  • Taught introduction and upper-level marketing courses.
  • Developed and taught the ethics course recently added to the Department’s core curriculum.
  • Advised students regarding research and term paper.
  • Conducted a research in the field of marketing strategy.
  • Developed a curriculum suited to marketing students, both undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Taught undergraduate and graduate levels.

Assistant Professor of MarketingMay 2004 – December 2006
Cameron University, Lawton, OK

Education
Ph. D in Marketing
Stanford University, CA, 2005
Master of Science in Business Management
Stanford University, CA, 1999
Bachelor of Science in Marketing
Stanford University, CA, 1997

Skills:

  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Creative, dynamic, highly aggressive and
  • Good negotiating and interpersonal skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Commercial awareness, for pricing and analyzing data
  • Good numeracy skills and a knowledge of statistics
  • Computer literate
  • Awards and Honors

Dean’s Lister, Stanford University, 1997
Senior Member, MBA Association, 1999
The Chartered Institute of Marketing, Members
The Marketing Society, Member

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