NASHVILLE, TN — Belmont University is looking for qualified public relations adjuncts (part-time) to teach Public Relations for undergraduate students.
This position required candidates with a Master’s degree or bachelor’s degree in a related field with prior experience in significant professional public relations. Candidates with Public Relations accreditation and higher education teaching experience will be preferred and must have a minimum of eighteen credit hours in the appropriate discipline.
The primary duties and responsibilities that will be assigned to the job incumbents include handling more than nine workload hours per semester, managing the syllabus and timeline of classes for students, providing meeting time for students, being in charge of the online grading system, as well as submitting student’s grades on time. Candidates must adhere to all the procedures and policies by the university and department.
Successful candidates would be those who have strong knowledge in the principles, methods and the most updated insight and development in the field of study. To master the subject matter, course content that will be taught, instructional strategies and techniques is a must. This position required a solid foundation of the ability to support, instruct, manage motivate and evaluate students to improve their academic achievement.
If you are tech-savvy, then this job might be suitable for you, because candidates must demonstrate a strong skill to utilize computers, internet resources and MS Office software; have the competence to learn an online integrated database system for student grading by Belmont University named BannerWeb; and have the capability to integrate technology into the teaching and learning process.
If you think that this position is suitable for you, please feel free to visit https://belmont.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=10&id=142 to learn more about this opportunity. Good luck!
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