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The College of Business is inviting applications for a full-time, nine month Teaching Instructor beginning August 2023 with the possibility to begin January 2023 to teach twelve semester hours of undergraduate courses in the Leadership and Professional Development (LaPD) curriculum within the Department of Management. This is a non-tenure track position. The candidate will also be expected to provide service to the university, community, and profession, regularly attend college and department events and undertake additional duties as assigned by the Leadership Coordinator and/or Department Chair. The current position involves teaching face-to-face classes and may involve some online and/or hybrid modalities in the future. This position will be responsible for teaching junior level students in the BUSI 3200, Professional Development & Ethical Leadership course. Teaching other courses in the LaPD may be necessary based on the needs of the college. A description of the courses covered in the LaPD is provided below.

This appointment requires a master’s degree with at least 18 credit hours of Graduate coursework in the teaching field or related discipline from an accredited business school that satisfies credentialing under SACS guidelines and AACSB standards; or a master’s degree with 5 years professional experience in the teaching field or related discipline from an accredited business school that satisfies credentialing under SACS guidelines and AACSB standards.

Prior teaching experience, international work experience, significant management experience, and strong project management skills are preferred as well as being able to work with and coordinate with multiple people and groups. Additional preference is for qualifications necessary to be designated a professionally qualified faculty member in accordance with AACSB standards.

In order to be considered for this position, applicants must complete a candidate profile online via the PeopleAdmin system and submit any requested documents. Direct link to posting: https://ecu.peopleadmin.com/postings/53654

LaPD Series:

BUSI 1200, Strategy First, is designed to create enthusiasm for the study of business and to provide a foundation for personal and professional leadership development for first year business students. Using Business Week as the textbook, students examine strategy motives and fundamental business concepts that drive companies to operate as they do.

BUSI 2200, Experiential Leadership, builds practical applied team and interpersonal skills in a team environment. Students participate in team-based projects where an emphasis is placed on understanding the stages of team development.

BUSI 3200, Professional Development and Ethical Leadership, is the junior year course that emphasizes developing a personal brand while behaving in a professional manner. Students participate in a practice interview and an etiquette dinner to reinforce the networking and etiquette skills that are discussed in class.

The College of Business’ Leadership and Professional Development (LaPD) curriculum culminates with the BUSI 4200, Leadership Capstone course. Building from skills developed in the previous LaPD courses, as well pulling from their core and concentration coursework, students analyze the different characteristics of leaders presented during class discussions. Students also engage in different introspective activities to help define their own leadership philosophy.

East Carolina University (ECU) is a Carnegie Doctoral University with high research activity. We are also a teaching institution that is renowned for academic excellence. As an R2 university we make a significant investment in faculty research by providing support related to travel, technology, research databases, and development. We are one of the largest universities in North Carolina with almost 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Our main campus is in uptown Greenville, which is a rapidly expanding city and the predominant health, entertainment, financial, and educational hub of the eastern North Carolina region. In addition, many of our students come from rural communities with their own set of challenges and perspectives.

The College of Business (COB) has been AACSB accredited for over 40 years. We offer BSBA, MBA, and MSA degrees and our School of Hospitality Management offers both a BS in Hospitality Management and an MS in Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality. We are one of the largest Colleges of Business in the state with approximately 4,200 undergraduate and 900 graduate students. To date, the COB has approximately 150 faculty members of the highest caliber, skilled in the scholarship of research, teaching, and application of knowledge. A strategic goal of the college is to create an environment where the faculty, staff, and students can thrive and be personally and professionally respected. We are committed to an inclusive environment and welcome diversity in persons and perspectives. The Department of Management within the College of Business at ECU has approximately 1,500 undergraduate majors and over 30 faculty members and offers courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

The department seeks to attract a culturally and academically diverse faculty of the highest caliber skilled in the scholarship of research, teaching and application of knowledge. The department strongly encourages applicants of women, minorities, and historically underrepresented groups.

East Carolina University requires applicants to submit a candidate profile online in order to be considered for the position. Candidates must also submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references, including contact information, online.

To apply for this job please visit ecu.peopleadmin.com.