Job Location: Main Campus - Harrisonburg, VA
Position Type: Adjunct Faculty
Job Category: Education
Business Law Adjunct Faculty - Business and Leadership Progr POSITION SUMMARY:
Adjunct Faculty - Business and Leadership in person teaching BUAD 411 Business Law (typically a spring semester course). QUALIFICATIONS:
Graduate law degree (J.D. or similar), and practicing attorney experience.
POSITION DETAILS: Faculty are contracted per course. Salary determined by level of qualifications.
APPOINTMENT DATE: Course begins January 2023. EMU reserves the right to fill the position at any time or keep the position open.
INQUIRIES: Application review begins immediately. Applicants will be asked to respond to questions specific to EMU’s mission after the initial inquiry. Application materials, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, transcripts (unofficial acceptable) and contact information for three professional references should be submitted in the application. Informal inquiries may be directed to the program director at [email protected]. Follow the Apply Now instructions at the top of this page.
Eastern Mennonite University (http://www.emu.edu) is a private Mennonite liberal arts university in Harrisonburg, Virginia known for academic excellence and affordability with a focus on service, social justice, and global engagement. With more than 2000 students studying at our main campus in Harrisonburg VA, at our Lancaster PA and Washington DC sites, and online, EMU offers rigorous academic study at the undergraduate, graduate and seminary level.
EMU encourages students, faculty and staff to live their faith and values through service to others, peacemaking, cross-cultural engagement and sustainability. EMU also offers our employees the opportunity to embrace the educational experience for themselves and their dependents through tuition discounts, a university benefit. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, EMU is committed to enhancing our community and encourages applications from qualified individuals with varied backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who would deepen the diversity of the University.