Online Adjunct Faculty--B 183: Introduction to Entrepreneurship
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|Official Title||Online Adjunct Faculty--B 183: Introduction to Entrepreneurship|
|Department||Online Learning Administration|
|Position Type||Online Adjunct Faculty (Remote)|
This is an interest list posting for B 183: Introduction to Entrepreneurship. This course is intended to guide student’s exploration and introspection as they prepare for the next stage in their Life’s Journey. Through case studies, entrepreneur video clips, LDS perspectives, ethical challenges, life-planning, and accountability exercises, students will get clearer about what matters most to them. They’ll gain perspective on how to make decisions, how to learn and grow, and identify long-range goals and next steps. They’ll discover strategies for staying true when they are distracted,discouraged, or simply want to quit. A life in business can be truly gratifying, but only when business success is part of something bigger. It is one thing to write a business plan, but more importantly in this course students will learn how to draft a life plan and begin with the end in mind. This course will help students integrate their dreams, values, and future plans – and undertake the ultimate act of entrepreneurship: building a life of meaning.
Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and standards of BYU-Idaho and the LDS Church. They support the BYU-Idaho Learning Model and participate in an online teaching group.
As teaching opportunities for the course arise, interest list applicants selected for further review will be asked to participate in our interview process (this does not require travel to Rexburg).
Search keywords: master’s degree, entrepreneurship
|Knowledge, Skills and Experience||
Master’s degree or higher in related field
Online and/or classroom teaching experience, preferably in a similar subject
Professional experience in a related field desired
BYU-Idaho is an equal opportunity employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, nationality, gender, age, disability, or veteran status. BYU-Idaho reserves the right to prefer members in good standing with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Online adjunct faculty work from home. The schedule is flexible but should equate to approximately 3.5 hours per week for each course credit hour.
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|Open Until Filled||Yes|
If you haven’t already done so, it is very important that you visit the BYU-Idaho Online Learning website to view eligibility requirements and the hiring process for online instructors www.byui.edu/online/employment.
When filling out your application, please keep in mind the following:
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
How did you hear about this employment opportunity?
- Invitation from BYU-Idaho Recruiter
- Referred by a BYU-Idaho employee
- Referred by a non-BYU-Idaho employee
- Deseret News
- LDS Living
- Blog advertisement
- BYU-Idaho Employment Site
- Public Job Posting
How much experience do you have as a professional instructor/teacher (college, institute, high school, seminary, etc.)?
- 1-3 semesters
- 2-3 years
- 4-10 years
- More than 10 years
Please indicate your level of experience learning and teaching online.
- I have no experience with online learning or teaching.
- I have never taught an online course but have taken online courses as a student.
- I have never taught an online course but have used online components when teaching in a traditional class setting.
- I have taught one or two online courses.
- I have taught several online courses.
Indicate your experience with learning management systems
(Blackboard, Angel, Moodle, etc.).
- Very Experienced
Write a paragraph explaining your particular qualifications to teach this course. Please include in your response how your experience and skills match with the position summary and requirements listed in this posting. (Please limit answers to 1200 characters.)
(Open Ended Question)
Current part-time employees of any entity of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are not eligible for additional (concurrent) employment as part-time employees at BYU-Idaho. Please indicate if you are currently working or have worked in the last 12 months for another Church entity. If so, please identify the employer and your last date of work. If this is not applicable to you, please enter N/A as the answer.
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