CASS Business School: City, University of London is seeking to appoint outstanding academics to several posts. The appointed academics will conduct world-leading and internationally excellent research both individually and collaboratively; will design and deliver course modules and associated assessments; will support and mentor students; and will contribute to curriculum development and innovation in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Some nonprofit related programs of interest to NACC members are:
- Readership in Voluntary Sector Management
- Lectureship or Senior Lectureship in Voluntary Sector Management (Education)
Successful candidates will have completed a PhD in a relevant discipline. Consideration will be given to Lectureship candidates who are close to completing a PhD. Candidates will have published research of world-leading or internationally excellent quality and will have an appropriate level of experience of delivering outstanding education and of contributing to a high quality student experience.
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Director of the Master of Science in Nonprofit Administration program and Executive Director of the Institute for Nonprofit Administration and Research at Louisiana State University, Shreveport
The Institute for Nonprofit Administration & Research at Louisiana State University in Shreveport seeks applicants for a tenure-track Associate Professor to serve as the Director of the Master of Science in Nonprofit Administration program and Executive Director of the Institute for Nonprofit Administration and Research. A full job description is available here.
Assistant Professor, Business – Management and Leadership
The Business and Economics Department at Notre Dame of Maryland University invites applications for a full-time tenure track Assistant Professor in Business to begin August 15, 2018. The Business and Economics Department delivers the following undergraduate curricula: business, international business, marketing communications; and graduate curricula in leadership and management, nonprofit management, and risk management. The degree programs offered by the Business and Economics Department are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Faculty members typically teach across the curricula at both the undergraduate and graduate level as well as face-to-face and online. A significant responsibility of the successful candidate will be teaching management and leadership courses and academically advising students interested in business related careers. Additional responsibilities include teaching courses in at least one other business discipline.
Faculty are expected to take part fully in the life of the University, including advising students, engaging in faculty governance and assisting actively in the work of the Department. Professional and scholarly development consistent with ACBSP standards are expected.
A full job description is available here.