Teaching assignment will be primarily in the Gainey School of Business graduate and undergraduate programs (both online and hybrid). Starting Date: Summer 2018. Review of applications is ongoing and will begin immediately.
Terminal Degree (PhD, DBA, etc.) in a business related area
18 graduate hours in accounting, marketing, or business statistics
A minimum of 3 years of college teaching experience
A minimum of 1-2 years of graduate business teaching experience
Recent professional business management or organizational leadership experience preferred
Professional certifications a plus
Track record of teaching excellence, research, and/or professional community service a plus
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Individual will exhibit a life and service that is in full accord with the SAU Concept and Community Covenant.
Experience working in multicultural academic environments preferred and individuals from diverse populations are encouraged to apply.
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Spring Arbor
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