Strayer University seeks a full-time faculty member able to start for the Spring term beginning April 2013 in the area of BUSINESS. Candidates will have an earned doctorate in BUSINESS.
The following criteria must be met to apply:
To teach Business courses:
• Ph.D. in Business
• Ed.D. (HR, Leadership, Management, OD)
Preferred candidates have at least three years teaching at the university level to include instruction, curriculum development, writing across the curriculum experience, leadership roles, and a strong interest and an ability to contribute to department initiatives.
Only applicants with a completed doctorate degree will be considered.
Preference for internal candidates will be given to faculty who meet the following criteria.
• Exceptional verbal and written communication skills a must
• A history of “Outstanding” audits
• SOP scores above the accepted average
• Three years of teaching in their subject area, and at least five years of related work experience
• Experience advising and tutoring students
• Service to the university
• No corrective action history for at least six months
External candidates should provide comparable experience in their background.
The criteria for full-time faculty selection at Strayer University’s Online department conforms to the policy outlined in the University’s Full-Time Hiring policy with several additional requirements to ensure that its candidates meet the needs and skill-sets required to function in a virtual environment. Strayer University strives to hire the most qualified candidates for its full-time faculty positions as evidenced by their educational credentials, professional experience, and teaching experience.
Full-time faculty are required to teach four classes per quarter, participate in tutoring, advising, faculty mentoring, serve as subject matter experts for course and curriculum development, and participate on department committees. Faculty are required to respond to students within 24 hours resulting in flexible office hours.
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