Open Faculty Positions

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Center for Publishing and Applied Liberal Arts

The Center for Publishing and Applied Liberal Arts (PALA) offers master's degrees in publishing, translation, and professional writing, and is a leading provider of noncredit programs in the humanities, arts, writing, filmmaking, design, translation, and foreign languages. With a faculty of industry leaders, global opportunities, and a strong internship program, we offer an innovative, highly relevant curriculum. Learn More 

Academic Director and Clinical Assistant Professor of Publishing

Division of Programs in Business

The Division of Programs in Business (DPB) prepares professionals for leadership roles in growing and emerging fields of practice. From graduate degrees that provide industry focused expertise, to noncredit offerings, to executive education, DPB positions students for success in the functional areas of a business....Learn More

Clinical Assistant Professor of Financial Planning

Clinical Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship

Adjunct Faculty for Integrated Marketing and Public Relations

Adjunct Faculty, Management and Technology

Adjunct Faculty of Financial Planning

Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality

The NYU SPS Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality plays an invaluable role in preparing individuals from around the world for hospitality management, travel, and tourism careers. The Tisch Center is a global industry hub that provides an exceptional NYU education.  Learn More

Clinical Faculty in Hospitality, Travel, Tourism and/or Event Technology

Schack Institute of Real Estate

For more than 50 years, the Schack Institute has been at the forefront of real estate education and is recognized globally as one of the world’s leading centers of research and industry engagement. Learn More

Clinical Assistant Professor of Construction Management

Clinical Assistant Professor of Real Estate

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Prospective faculty with questions about the open positions should be in contact with the sponsoring academic unit. If interested in applying, please ensure to submit application materials via the corresponding Interfolio link for each position.

General questions regarding the faculty search and hiring processes may be directed to the Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs: