Full-Time Lecturer Openings in Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship and Management, and Professional Communication

Johns Hopkins University in Maryland

Deadline January 06, 2014
Date Posted December 12, 2013
Type Non tenure track
Salary Competitive
Employment Type Full-time

Johns Hopkins University Center for Leadership Education

Full-Time Lecturer Openings in Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship and Management, and Professional Communication

 

http://web.jhu.edu/leadership

 

Johns Hopkins Universitys Center for Leadership Education (CLE) seeks highly qualified candidates for full-time teaching positions with a focus on Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship and Management, and Professional Communication beginning fall 2014. The CLE offers renewable, one-year contracts that, with appropriate review, become eligible for longer-term contracts and promotion to senior lecturer.  All positions in the Center are non-tenured, but Johns Hopkins has recently instituted a new teaching professorship career path for which all full-time lecturers in the CLE become eligible.

                                                

The CLE trains undergraduates in marketing, communication, entrepreneurship, management, pre-law, accounting, and finance subject areas. The Center also provides graduate training through the Masters in Engineering Management Program and the Professional Development Program, the latter program open to all JHU graduate students and post-doctoral fellows. The successful candidate should expect to teach both undergraduate and graduate students.

 

Candidates should be qualified to teach in the position for which they are applying. The qualifications are listed under each individual position.

 

Business Analytics

Research design

 Statistics

 Generating and using big data to make business decisions

 Social media metrics

Qualitative and quantitative decision analysis

 

Entrepreneurship and Management

Entrepreneurship -- from ideation through starting/operating new enterprises

Social entrepreneurship -- both not-for-profit and B-corporation types

Management

New product development and technology commercialization

 

Professional Communication

Professional experience in a business, consulting or entrepreneurial environment

Significant teaching experience—at the undergraduate level or through extensive corporate training (teaching evaluations required)

Substantial experience in technical writing, business communications, oral presentations, scientific writing, research writing, marketing communications, journalism, public relations, and/or graphic design.

A graduate degree in a related field

A strong commitment to teaching, excellent communication, and strong interpersonal skills.

 

Responsibilities include teaching six courses per academic year; mentoring undergraduate and graduate students; and participating actively and collegially in program management, curriculum development, and evaluation activities.

 

About us:

Johns Hopkins University is a world-class university located in Baltimore, Maryland that offers undergraduate and graduate degrees. The Center for Leadership Education is part of the Whiting School of Engineering and offers classes and experiential programs to undergraduates on the Homewood campus and graduate modules to graduate students and postdocs across the University. Our Entrepreneurship & Management minor emphasizes the content areas of marketing, communication, entrepreneurship and management, leadership, accounting, and finance. Applicants are urged to view the CLEs website for a full appreciation of the breadth and professional focus of our curricula.

 

Requirements:

  •          Professional experience in a business, consulting and/or entrepreneurial environment.
  •          Significant teaching experience, preferably at the undergraduate and graduate levels or through extensive corporate training. Teaching evaluations are required.
  •          Experience in conducting, reporting, and presenting ideas, research and findings in a business setting.
  •          A graduate degree in a related field.
  •          A solid commitment to teaching, excellent communication, and strong interpersonal skills.

 

Applicants should submit materials including: a curriculum vitae/resume, teaching philosophy statement, a description of past work experience that is not teaching related, copies of recent teaching evaluations, and three letters of recommendation through the online application at the following links by January 6th, 2014.

 

Business Analytics: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3481.

Entrepreneurship and Management: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3480.

Professional Communication: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3476

 

Questions should be directed to cle@jhu.edu with subject line: (title of position) faculty position.

 

Johns Hopkins University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.