Showing posts with label adjunct faculty positions. Show all posts
Showing posts with label adjunct faculty positions. Show all posts

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Multiple Online and/or on-campus Adjunct Faculty Positions

Department: Management, School of

Primary Location: Old Westbury

Other Location(s): Manhattan

Responsibilities: NYIT's School of Management seeks on-campus adjunct faculty to teach: accounting, economics, ethics, finance, human resource management, law, management, management information systems, marketing, quantitative methods and statistics, and entrepreneurship and small business management.

Qualifications: Master's degree (M.B.A.)in relevant discipline and five years of working experience. Prior teaching experience is preferred. To apply, send a current curriculum vita, a cover letter and three references to Dr. Jim Murdy, Associate Dean, at

Friday, December 12, 2014

Online Adjunct International Business Instructor

We are currently seeking an instructor for our Global Business course Doing Business in the Middle East. This course prepares students for doing business in the Middle East by describing cultural diversity within the Middle Eastern region, the predominance of Islam in culture, natural resources, converging political histories, and demographics.
Course Objectives:
  • The historical background of the region;
  • Transformative economic and political events of the 21st century;
  • The impact of Islam on law and culture;
  • Addressing stereotypes in the Middle East;
  • Etiquette, manners, norms and challenges for doing business in the Middle East;
  • Keys to building business and interpersonal relationships; and
  • Strategies for the foreign businessperson.
  • Ph.D or DBA from a regionally accredited institution with expertise in commerce in the Middle East and cross-cultural or intercultural business and communication
  • Extensive experience conducting business in the Middle East
  • Prior experience teaching online, preferably in a global setting
  • A demonstrated record of focusing on the students
  • Candidate will be required to submit a resume and/or curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy and copies of unofficial transcripts (all degree levels) with their application
  • Candidate will be required to complete satisfactory background and reference checks
  • Additional requirements driven by state licensing or accreditation considerations may apply
Meta Business School: Send C.V., cover letter, and brief overview of teaching philosophy (no more than ½ page) via e-mail to: