Adjunct Faculty - Business
How to Apply to this PostingSpecial InstructionsPosting DetailsJob TitleAdjunct Faculty - BusinessFLSA StatusExemptPosted Salary RangeEmployment StatusPart Time .25DepartmentSchool of BusinessMinimum QualificationsPurpose of Job
Adjunct faculty members are scheduled to teach courses on as as-needed basis in the sphere of expertise and for which he/she has achieved and established academic qualifications.Scope of Responsibilities
Instruct and facilitate meaningful learning of the course competencies in the curriculum and proactively support all facets of the learning environment, as demonstrated by university prescribed assessments. Provide education through learning-centered instruction that will enable graduates to fulfill the evolving needs of the marketplace.Essential Job Functions
•Demonstrates commitment to teaching, supervision, and advising
•Delivers learning-centered instruction
•Conducts assessments of student and program learning outcomes
•Prepares for courses as needed, including completing required training/certification
•Demonstrated commitment to collaboration and collegiality
•Terminal degree in Business or a Master’s degree with 18 graduate credits in one or more of the disciplines (Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, Management Science)
•At least one year teaching experience at the university level
•Working knowledge of common learning management systems such as Banner and Canvas.
•Proficiency with standard office applications on personal computers.
•License or professional credential in relevant discipline (if applicable)Knowledge Skills and Abilities
•Knowledge and ability to teach courses online, synchronous as well as asynchronous; use of Canvas, knowledge of the subject, skill in delivering required knowledge and ability to engender learning in students.
Communication skills: Clearly conveys information and ideas to others both verbally and in writing.
•Interpersonal Effectiveness: Facilitates student success by setting goals and motivating students to achieve them, handles conflict in a constructive manner.
•Student Focused: Creates and/or implements student-focused processes or procedures.
•Professionalism: Participates in all activities in a collegial, ethical and responsible manner.
•Ability to read, analyze, and interpret academic material such as textbooks and journals
•Ability to respond to inquiries from students, staff and administration in a timely manner as stipulated.
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- Cover Letter/Letter of Application
- Unofficial Transcripts
- Letter of Recommendation (Professional)
- Letter of Recommendation (Personal)
- Letter of Recommendation (Professional or Personal)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Teaching Philosophy