Location: Worcester, MA Category: Faculty Posted On: Mon Jun 1 2020 Job Description:
School of Professional Studies
Part-Time Adjunct Faculty for Project Management
The Department of STEM Programs is seeking part-time adjunct faculty to teach Project Management courses at all levels in the 2021 academic year. Areas of particular interest include an IT Project Management orientation and Lean methodologies. Applications will form an available applicant pool for the department. Positions will be filled, and applicants contacted, depending on departmental needs.
Part-time faculty expectations include an adherence to graduate program requirements, highly satisfactory attendance record, and regular, well-scheduled office hours.
Start dates will vary by course and semester.
Applicants must have an active certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI). Preference will be given to applicants with a master's degree, but those nearing completion of this degree, or specific industry experience, will also be considered. Previous teaching experience is preferred.
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