Lecturer, Information Systems & Operations Management (ISOM) - Project Management Courses
The ISOM department of the Sawyer Business School at Suffolk University is seeking qualified candidates for part-time lecturer(s) to teach the following course of: Project Management.
The course will be at the undergraduate and/or the graduate levels for the Spring 2020 semester.
Typical class sizes are between 20 to 40 students. Classes meet once or twice a week depending on the course schedule. Our lecturers are expected to hold 3 hours of office hours each week during the semester and reply to student emails or voicemails in a timely manner.
An earned MBA, MS, or PhD degree in the related teaching area and ongoing professional practices are required. Also required is the ability to successfully work with a diverse student population and commitment to student learning and outcomes. Certifications and/or credentials in relevant areas are highly desirable. The ideal candidate will have practical experience in subject matter of the course. Typical class meeting times are between Monday - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:55pm (actual course times and days may vary, depending on the department needs). Position availability is dependent on the department needs each semester.
Required applicant documents: Please send electronic application packets only. Included in the application should be an letter expressing interest, current curriculum vitae (CV), teaching evaluations (if available) and the names (contact numbers/email) of three references. Optional documents: certifications or credentials in relevant areas. Applications will be accepted until the positions are closed.
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