The Business Management department is highly interdisciplinary, housing faculty with teaching and research programs in Information Systems/Technology, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, and Finance. Academic courses are offered at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
North Carolina State University’s Poole College of Management educates tomorrow’s leaders through the University’s active integration of teaching, research and engagement. The college creates an innovative and intellectual environment with a focus on leadership and management in a technology-rich, global marketplace.
Essential Job Duties
Primary responsibility is teaching the introductory Information Systems Management course (4 sections per semester) within the undergraduate program. Other teaching in the Information Technology concentration may be required depending on department staffing needs. Course load will not exceed 4 sections per semester. The Fundamentals of Information Systems course covers the development and use of IT in an organizational setting. Specifically: Information systems (IS), concepts, hardware, software, telecommunications, database management, IS development, business processes, global issues, security and ethical challenges.
Secondary responsibility is to serve as the faculty advisor to the student information technology club.
The ideal candidate will have undergraduate teaching experience in a classroom and computer lab setting.
Applicants for the Assistant/Associate Teaching Professor of Information Technology position would have additional responsibility for designing, developing and implementing a curriculum that meets the changing needs of our degree programs.
Develop and deliver assigned course(s) under direction of the IS/IT Area Coordinator. Serve as faculty supervisor of the Information Technology Student Club.
Contributing member of department and college faculty.
Applicants for the Assistant/Associate Teaching Professor of Information Technology position would be expected to take leadership roles in service assignments as requested by the Department Head.
A Master’s degree in Information Technology or equivalent. Doctoral candidates will also be considered.
Departmental Required Skills
Applicants must have extensive knowledge of information technology areas such as business software, information systems concepts, databases, decision support systems, enterprise applications, strategic IS, networking, and systems development.
Successful candidates should also have work experience in information systems management and technology in private or public organizations in addition to a demonstrated teaching interest and ability.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
Evidence of high-quality teaching through, for example, teaching evaluations and letters of recommendation. Three or more years of work experience in the Information Technology industry.
Required License or Certification