Instructor - Business Administration
- Degree Level
Instructor – Business Administration
Institution: Beulah Heights University
Location: Atlanta, GA
Beulah Heights University is currently accepting applications for the position Instructor – Business Administration in the Department of Business and Leadership. The Instructor of Business Administration is responsible for providing instruction in Economics, Management, Statistics, Finance, Marketing, and Accounting. This position is a non-tenure teaching position with the responsibility of teaching four courses per semester.
Duties and Responsibilities
Teach assigned courses in Business Administration at the undergraduate and graduate levels. As outlined in the faculty handbook, maintain instructional standards, facilitate instruction through alternate delivery methods, post and maintain regular office hours, establish, and maintain accurate student records.
Develop new courses, instructional materials, assessments, and course outlines.
Participate in curriculum revisions, textbook revisions, and committees as assigned. The successful candidate will also participate in student recruitment and retention activities.
• Master’s degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, or a related field.
• Terminal degree in Business Administration or a related field. • Prior teaching experience
Work is performed under general supervision in a typical classroom or online learning environment. The position requires working morning, evenings, and weekends.
This position's essential functions require the ability to lift at least 10 pounds occasionally, push, pull, or otherwise move objects, sit, stand, and occasionally walk. Other essential functions include manual dexterity and the ability to communicate.
The successful candidate will use memory for details, follow verbal instructions, demonstrate emotional stability, critical thinking, and creative problem-solving skills.
• Curriculum Vitae/ Resume • Unofficial Transcripts
• Statement of Teaching Philosophy
• Statement of faith that expresses how you will integrate a Christian worldview into your teaching/learning process.