Berkeley College is seeking highly qualified and motivated instructors to teach in the M.B.A. program and to support its vision of becoming the college of choice for students pursuing lifelong success in dynamic careers.
The M.B.A. program at Berkeley College (NJ) seeks adjunct faculty members to teach online courses in the MBA in Management program in the following areas:
- Business Statistics
- Financial Management
- Management and Organizational Behavior
- Financial and Managerial Accounting
- Operations Management Qualified candidates can be interviewed by appointment in Woodland Park, NJ.
Only candidates who meet all of the specified criteria will be invited to interview.
Academic Responsibilities and Essential Functions: Collaborate with full-time faculty colleagues and instructional design specialists to develop online MBA foundations courses based on established learning outcomes Deliver effective and engaging online lessons to graduate business students Initiate, facilitate, interact and moderate online classroom forums Evaluate and grade students' class work, assignments, case analyses, presentations and papers within the time frame set forth by Berkeley policy, providing effective feedback to guide student learning and success Comply with Berkeley guidelines and expectations for quality faculty engagement online Reply to communication from students within 24 hours, including one weekend day Participate in professional development activities to enhance teaching skills Attend discipline specific and administrative meetings for adjunct faculty as scheduled Maintain subject-matter currency by participating in discipline-related professional communities Contribute to the development of dynamic co-curricular activities for students, such as executive speaker series, research symposia and professional networking events Support Berkeley College initiatives and departments.
Candidates for the position of adjunct faculty member would join a strong team of dedicated professionals at Berkeley College. Adjunct faculty would be required to: Teach seven-week online courses using the Canvas learning management platform. Meet all departmental standards and requirements as outlined by Berkeley College. Demonstrate a commitment to student success Respond to students' questions and requests in a timely, professional manner Facilitate discussion boards using interactive media as well as promote critical thinking in working with students. Grade assignments, providing substantive feedback to students, within 3-5 days of submission.
We are only accepting applications from candidates who reside in New Jersey, Connecticut, or Florida now and during the course of their employment with Berkeley College.
- Earned doctorate from a regionally accredited institution in the field of teaching specialization
- 3-5 years of graduate-level teaching experience using Canvas or other online learning management systems required
- Outstanding written and oral communication skills
- Ability to meet departmental standards as described in the job summary
- Ability to complete required training in effective online teaching strategies and methods
- Significant professional experience in the field of teaching specialization
Berkeley College requires all associates who work at a location to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Fully vaccinated means receiving two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccine and at least two weeks have passed since the final dose.
Remote associates who work exclusively from home are exempt from the vaccination requirement. However, remote associates may be required to report to a location for isolated events, including, but not limited to department meetings, trainings, or other on-campus events, and would then be subject to the mandatory vaccination requirement in order to enter the campus.
Religious and medical exemptions will be reviewed in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.