These positions are part-time and support the teaching mission of the Supply Chain and Operations Department. Courses taught include the following at both the undergraduate and graduate levels: Introduction to Operations Management; Supply Chain Management, Quality Management & Six Sigma; Project Management; Transportation & Logistics; Sourcing; Technology Management in the Supply Chain; Business Statistics; Lean; Finance in the Supply Chain; Sales, Inventory, & Operations Planning; Service Management; Operations Strategy; and other Supply Chair and Operations related courses. Courses are offered during the day as well as evenings and Saturdays. Duties and responsibilities include course material preparation (i.e. syllabus, handouts, homework assignments, quizzes, exams, etc.); textbook selection; course delivery; evaluation of students, record keeping, management/supervision of teaching assignments, etc.
Lecturer - Terminal degree OR Master's degree plus 5 years of related industry and/or academic experience
Senior Lecturer - Terminal degree plus 10 years of related industry and/or academic experience OR Master's degree plus 15 years of related industry and/or academic experience Previous college-level teaching is preferred.
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