Course Instructor I (Quantitative Analysis)
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A Doctorate degree is required with 3-5+ years of experience in Quantitative Analysis
Required Skills and Experience
- Minimum of 2-3 years’ experience teaching adults in Higher Education; preferably in an online distance based model
- Doctorate in Quantitative Analysis required
- Minimum of 3-5 years of industry experience in Quantitative Analysis
- Experience providing student support and instruction; demonstrated ability to work with struggling or at-risk learners
- Ability to breakdown and disseminate difficult topics in a manner that students will understand and grasp
- Ability to travel for training, Academic Meetings and/ or Commencements
- Ability to deliver exceptional customer service (AKA “Student Obsession) to our Students
WORK FROM HOME, United States