OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT INSTRUCTOR
OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT INSTRUCTOR - Competition Number 20-09
The Operations and Technical Management (OTM) Department within the School of Business is seeking qualified NR1 contract instructor(s) to commence teaching Spring 2021. The successful candidate(s) will be required to teach post-baccalaureate courses that include one or more of Operations Management, Managing Technical Business Growth, Sustainable Operations, Supply Chain Management, New Product and Services Development, Business Planning and Performance for Technical Business, Business Law for Technical Management and Services, and Consulting and Client Management Practices.
Minimum qualifications include a relevant Master’s degree and 5 years related work experience. A PhD is preferred. Prior instructional experience building inclusive learning experiences in an intercultural environment, teaching with cases, and web-based technology delivery is an asset.
The selection committee will consider a combination of part-time applicants to meet our instructional needs.
While OTM courses are primarily taught at our Civic Plaza campus in the evening and on Saturdays, the School of Business offers courses on all five campuses and faculty are expected to be available to teach on each of them, during the evening, Saturdays and daytime.
The School of Business is accredited with the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
School of Business Mission:
To Engage and Inspire Students of diverse backgrounds, ages and aspirations.
To deliver Industry Desired skills and knowledge based education through Innovative Experiential Learning. To Foster Collaboration across all of our stakeholder groups that drives change and new practices.
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