Business Administration Lecturer
Our company is an international company that offers a range of services from e-learning to training programs.
Job Responsibilities and Duties
- Deliver high-quality lectures in Business Administration at undergraduate and/or graduate levels, utilizing effective teaching methodologies to engage students and facilitate their learning;
- Develop course materials, such as syllabi, lesson plans, lecture notes, and assessments, in alignment with the curriculum standards and learning outcomes of the academic institution;
- Provide academic guidance and mentoring to students, including advising on career development, research projects, and internships;
- Keep up-to-date with the latest developments and trends in the field of Business Administration through continuous professional development and research;
- Participate in program development activities, such as curriculum design, program assessment, and accreditation efforts;
- Collaborate with colleagues and academic leadership to improve the quality of the Business Administration program, including identifying areas for improvement and proposing innovative solutions;
- Engage in scholarly activities, such as conducting research, publishing papers, and presenting at conferences, to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of Business Administration;
- Provide service to the academic institution and the community, such as serving on committees, participating in academic events, and engaging in community outreach initiatives.
- Hold a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree from an accredited institution;
- Have strong expertise in the field of Business Administration, with a focus on one or more areas such as strategic management, marketing, finance, operations, human resources, or entrepreneurship;
- Proven experience in delivering lectures and facilitating student learning in a higher education setting.
- Excellent communication skills, including the ability to convey complex concepts to students with diverse backgrounds and learning styles;
- Strong organizational skills, with the ability to manage lecturing hours, program development activities, and other academic responsibilities effectively;
- Collaborative mindset and willingness to work with colleagues and academic leadership to improve the quality of the program and contribute to the academic institution’s goals.