Teach five (5) Undergraduate/Graduate courses per academic year;
Locate and recommend to the director qualified potential instructors for the program;
Orient new faculty to the graduate program;
Perform the duties of chief instructional representative of the faculty. This includes: ? conducting regular meetings of faculty, at least one each in the fall, spring, and summer; ? conducting at least one faculty meeting annually devoted to instructional development; and ? assigning mentors for new faculty;
Coordinate and implement academic assessment initiatives at the campus, as requested by the Schools/Colleges;
Review and evaluate the syllabi of the site faculty each term, and coordinate this with any requirements from the Schools/Colleges;
Assist each instructor with the selection of appropriate textbooks for specific courses, according to the School or College guidelines;
Review with new faculty their performances after their first courses to assess their effectiveness;
Counsel with instructors regarding specific problems;
Work closely with the director to assist with the development of the academic calendar and schedule.
Provide advisement to students by preparing and interpreting Degree Audits, Sequential Degree information, resolving Grade Issues, providing guidance for Readmissions and Reinstatements, Follow-up on Incomplete Grades, etc.;
Aggressively follow-up with Stop Out students until they either register or inform the campus they are taking a term off and document their status in CARS;
Assess class-size/enrollments each term to ensure campus compliance with class size policy;
Attend site team meetings scheduled by the director, and perform other duties as assigned by the director.
Minimum Qualifications Recognized Masters Degree from an accredited institution in the discipline(s) individual will teach; Minimum 5 years experience teaching and or advising undergraduate/graduate students in a traditional college setting. Ability to meet the academic background (credentials) and the experiential background (tested experience) defined by the University Effective organization, communication, and multi-tasking skills Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel, and Power-Point.
Essential Duties The WSBT Core Faculty are essential members of the academic team at the extended campuses in South Carolina. The position at the COLM campus fulfills the SC Commission on Higher Education (CHE) staffing requirements and to render certain the campus is postured to meet the academic needs of its current and future demographic. CHE regulations requires the institution to employ at least one full-time faculty for each major, curricular area, or concentration. A full-time faculty member is one whose major employment is with the institution, whose primary assignment is in teaching and/or research, and whose employment is based on a contract for full-time employment.
In addition, the WSBT Core Faculty has direct impact on the campus ability to uphold the standard of excellence for business education as set in place by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The Core Faculty ensure our courses are taught by academically and professionally qualified faculty who provide the academic rigor required to ensure the student is adequately prepared and meets the intended learning outcomes.
Webster University is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to maintaining a culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff of the highest caliber. Accordingly, Webster University provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national origin, ethnicity, age, protected veteran or disabled status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
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