The primary responsibility of this full-time academic role is to teach courses in the area of Mathematics and Statistics. In addition to teaching duties, full-time faculty assume responsibility for professional development and service to the school (i.e. provision of learning support, academic advising, intervention activities, and peer coaching). Full-time faculty are required to work an average work week of 37.5 hours, inclusive of classroom teaching, course preparation, marking and academic consultation on and off campus) as determined between the faculty and the supervisor concerned.
|Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities:|
The Faculty Member is expected to understand and embrace the philosophy, goals, and objectives of Acsenda School of Management (ASM) while abiding by its policies and by treating students and fellow members of the learning community with a high level of professionalism. The Faculty Member is expected to present and facilitate high quality and student-focused instruction complying with the standards and key roles and responsibilities set forth below and as outlined in the Faculty Handbook, the Academic Calendar, and the Policies and Procedures Manual.
- Teach a full-time course load (12 courses per year) as assigned by the Dean according to the standards and key roles and responsibilities set forth in the Faculty Handbook (Appendix A: Faculty Key Roles and Responsibilities).
- Reviews, develops, evaluates and recommends standardized syllabi, course outlines, textbooks and other instructional materials for adoption in the curricula in the field of specialization.
- Manages the classroom effectively.
- Accomplishes the course learning objectives; incorporate program learning outcomes into course learning objectives and assessment.
- Plans, prepares and delivers lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate active learning.
- Uses relevant technology to support and differentiate instruction.
- Documents students’ attendance, participation, and academic progress by giving and grading assignments, projects, quizzes and/or examinations that lead to a final grade.
- Provides appropriate feedback on students’ work.
- Submits course grades to the Registrar by the assigned date.
- Encourages and monitors the progress of individual students and use the information to adjust teaching
- Communicates criteria and grading rubrics used to evaluate student work.
- Establishes and communicates availability to meet with students outside of regular class hours.
- Evaluates students’ performance according to established criteria approved by ASM.
- Uses the approved course outline and adopted textbook for the course.
- Updates course materials in consultation and with the approval of the Dean.
- Meets regularly with the Dean to discuss issues related to teaching performance, student issues, or recommendations for improvements in curriculum or instructional resources. Address areas for improvement as identified by the Dean.
- Complies with copyright laws and policies.
- Ensures reviews of students’ work for academic integrity and follow policies for addressing academic dishonesty as outlined in the ASM Academic Calendar.
- Maintains records of all assignments, projects, exams and other course deliverables at the designated area in the Faculty Room.
- Maintains up-to-date knowledge and pedagogy related to the disciplines taught.
- Attends Faculty Orientation, faculty meeting, faculty cafes and faculty training and workshops as scheduled
- Represents ASM to the BCCAT Articulation Meetings relevant to areas of expertise as assigned.
- Conducts, writes and disseminates research, and engages in scholarly activities in a related discipline.
- Participates in Professional Development activities and attend conferences as approved by the Vice President Academic to maintain academic and professional currency and to enhance the reputation of ASM.
- Functions as an official academic advisor by counseling students about their courses, academic plans, progress, and program selections.
- Resolves student appeals and complaints; takes appropriate action related to academic or student misconduct in accordance with established policies and procedures.
- Maintains and disseminate current information pertaining to services available to students throughout the school including academic policies, standards, and processes.
- Initiates and facilitates student learning experiences outside the classroom (e.g. case competition, student clubs, guest speakers, field trips, etc.).
|Qualifications, Experience & Technical Skills:|
|1. Knowledge and Qualification
- Skills and Competencies
- Communication – Excellent communications skills with faculty students and staff; strong presentation skills.
- Analytical and Critical thinking – related to course analysis and review; pedagogy, course delivery, and use of instructional technology.
- Interpersonal, influencing – tact & diplomacy, the ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders, to persuade others; to represent Acsenda professionally and with integrity.
- Networking and Relationship Building – builds and sustains constructive, open, and friendly, professional relationships with faculty, staff and internal and external colleagues, industry contacts, and government officials.
Please submit your CV and cover letter to Henny Mulschlegel at Henny.Mulschlegel@acsenda.com
Deadline for application: May 10, 2019