Instructor and Program Manager for Student Engagement
The College of Business invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, Program Manager position.
- Appointment into the Program Manager role will be split between a (0.44 FTE) professional faculty
- And an (0.56 FTE) fixed-term instructor position
The position reports directly to the Assistant Director for Student Engagement in the College of Business. The purpose of this position is to provide instruction within the College’s first year BA160 series courses and to support the overall management and supervision of the wide variety of Student Engagement Programs. This position is responsible for providing leadership and direction for K-12 programming for prospective students in the College of business and students engaged in the First Year Experience (FYE) in the College of Business. The incumbent will hold two appointments, a 0.56 FTE fixed-term position as Instructor and a 0.44 FTE professional faculty position, reflecting job duties in both the academic and administrative arenas.
This position is responsible for the instruction, curriculum development, classroom management, and overseeing academic projects as part of the first year curriculum, as well as the coordination of tasks that provide wrap around services for College of Business students including:
K-12 programming and partnerships, Innovation Nation programming, course curriculum, maintaining best practices for retention efforts within the College of Business, as well as other assigned programs within Innovation Nation and Student Engagement.
This position will participate in strategic planning efforts that support the mission, vision, and goals for the College of Business as it pertains to the first year program, K-12 programming, and related pre-college initiatives.
- Supports and teaches the BA160 series (small lecture courses, and large lecture recitation courses).
- Trains, supervises/mentors, and evaluates student teaching assistants.
- Works with Student Engagement’s staff, student workers and faculty to identify and implement enhanced events tied to the First Year Series to promote the success of students in collaboration with faculty, alumni and industry representatives.
- Provides leadership and strategy for K-12 programming in conjunction with College of Business needs.
- Collaborates and creates partnerships with community members and organizations to build strategy around College of Business K-12 programs and summer camp programs.
- Assists in leading the on-site K-12 programs and events including but not limited to summer camps, quarterly programs, and additional requested events; including meetings, partner brainstorms, scheduling staff, planning activities, being “on-call” for programs, communicating with student engagement team staff to ensure daily tasks are accomplished
- Master’s degree in Business, Education, College Student Services and Administration, or a closely related field from an accredited university.
- Experience with supporting students in their personal, professional and academic pursuits in a higher education setting.
- Demonstrated knowledge of best practices in K-12 and pre-college programming in higher education.
Preferred (Special) Qualifications
- Experience in utilizing best practices in retaining first year students in a higher education setting.
- Previous experience in supporting students from diverse backgrounds.
- Experience with management and supervision from an accredited university.
The anticipated starting salary will be $44,496 - $75,516
Please click the APPLY NOW button for Special Instructions for more details.
When applying you will be required to attach the following electronic documents:
- A resume/CV; and
- A cover letter indicating how your qualifications and experience have prepared you for this position.
- Statement of Teaching
- Diversity Statement
You will also be required to submit the names of at least three professional references, their e-mail addresses and telephone numbers as part of the application process.