Full-Time Faculty: College of Business and Management

United States University is looking for an experienced scholar-practitioner to teach in its College of Business & Management, develop courses,  and support the Dean in managing the undergraduate and graduate business programs. Currently courses are taught online and the curricula for both the Undergraduate and Graduate programs have recently been revised and strengthened. This position will be responsible for continuing the development and implementation of these programs, as well as adding on-ground courses that will be offered starting in the Fall, 2014. The full-time faculty member will be responsible for teaching approximately two courses per session, with release time to contribute to institutional governance.


Minimum qualifications are:

  •  A Doctorate in Business Administration or a closely related field
  •  Proven interest and ability in curriculum development, online development, and program assessment and improvement
  • At least five years of professional experience in the discipline, and prior teaching in higher education
  • A demonstrated commitment to student success and retention
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills, excellent verbal, presentation, written communication skills, and excellent computer skills
  • A record of outstanding performance, and proven success as an academic program administrator
  • The ability to work with recruiting and Marketing, as well as the business community to attract new students and promote the business programs and the University
  • Commitment to innovative, student-focused program delivery that explores, assesses, and looks for ways to improve learning outcomes
  • Ability to work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and promote a positive working and learning environment


Responsibilities include:

  • Under the direction of the Dean, carry out the responsibility for designing, implementing, assessing, and supervising rigorous  curriculum that complies with WASC standards
  • Teaching courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.  Evidence of strong instructional skills is required.  Teaching responsibilities will be in a wide range of graduate and/or undergraduate management courses such as organizational management and behavior, business ethics, negotiation and conflict management, entrepreneurship, strategic leadership, and the final capstone course
  • Working closely with the Dean of the College of Business & Management to schedule courses; identify/recruit/nominate, mentor and participate in the evaluation of program instructors
  • Ability to work independently and collaborate with the University’s Admissions, Student Services, Registrar’s Office, and Marketing to recruit potential students, and create academic plans for current business students
  • Demonstrated commitment to professional growth through ongoing personal research and/or attendance at professional conferences