Assistant/Associate Management Professor
Description
  • The university seeks an entrepreneurial and innovative faculty member who will advance its experiential learning model that meets current and emerging industry needs while developing leaders who are prepared to create and sustain success in a changing global environment. 
  • The successful transition of the Department of Business Management to the Briner School of Business, recently launched in 2015. 
  • The selected candidate will have an exceptional opportunity to build a lasting legacy of excellence and innovation in business education through advancing experiential learning models both face to face and online.
  • Reporting to the Dean of the School of Business, the new faculty member will be expected to teach courses in the Business Management program at the entry and advanced level. 
  • The applicant must be willing to teach and develop interdisciplinary project-based courses. 
  • The applicant should demonstrate potential for excellence in teaching, student support and university service, have the ability to integrate technology and experiential learning into coursework, and be versatile and willing to serve as an integral part of a diversified and active team of business faculty. 
  • Applicants should ideally have experience teaching in one or more of the following disciplines: Management, Finance, Strategic Management and/or Entrepreneurship.  
  • This position involves teaching responsibilities in business studies with a focus on management as well as areas including, but not limited to: entrepreneurship, business management, international business, business strategy, marketing management, business analysis, managerial ethics, project and strategic management. 
  • Additional responsibilities normally expected of a full-time faculty member include committee work; advising students; regular participation in efforts of recruitment, retention, and other duties as assigned by the School of Business Dean or Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Requirements
  • Teach 12-13 credits per fall and spring semesters, including courses in Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship, and Business Management courses with a focus on Project-Based learning.
  • Operate computer technologies relevant to the discipline to cover face to face, hybrid and on-line course formats. 
  • Supervise and advise students  
  • Perform University service including committee work as assigned
  • Participate in professional development activities
  • Assist with recruiting and marketing to build student awareness of the Briner School of Business and its majors
  • Commit to the development and execution of experiential learning coursework and activities 
  • Perform other duties as assigned 

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Education: PhD or DBA in business or closely related field preferred.
  • Experience: Practical experience in business or entrepreneurship is desired, as is teaching experience at the university level.


The Briner School of Business and Greenville University


Greenville University has a growing Business School with a commitment to experiential learning, faith integration and internationalization and is one of the largest departments on campus.  Greenville University has approximately 1200 students and is located 50 miles east of St. Louis in an attractive residential community of approximately 7,000 people. 


  • The Briner School of Business prepares all of its graduates to integrate knowledge, learn lifelong skills, and develop an enduring personal value system that enhances their ability to succeed in their life and career.  
  • An emphasis is placed on entrepreneurial spirit, active learning, and global awareness. 
  • The Briner School of Business seeks to expand its community business outreach through effective undergraduate and graduate level programming identified as “Experience First” coursework embedded in every major it offers. 

The mission statement of the School states, “The Briner School of Business educates and empowers students to effectively impact the world by confidently carrying their faith and knowledge into the marketplace so that culture experiences the difference.” 


How to Apply:

Compliance with University Standards. All Greenville University employees acknowledge the unique Wesleyan, evangelical, and Protestant mission of the University, a community in which Christian faith is of central importance. Employees agree to promote the University's Mission (as set out in the Mission Statement); its Philosophy of Education and GC Student Learning Outcomes, support its Theological Assumptions and comply with the behavioral aspects of the Lifestyle Statement (collectively, the University Standards).


Application materials should include: 


1. Curriculum vitae

2. Statement of philosophy of Christian Higher Education

3. Statement of personal faith journey and commitment

4. At least 3 professional references

5. Official transcripts.


It is the policy of Greenville University not to discriminate on the basis of age, color, ethnic or national origin, disability, race, gender or prior military service in its educational programs, admissions or employment policies. Greenville University is committed to an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity; women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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