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Hellenic College Holy Cross

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Brookline, Massachusetts (United States)

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Job ID: 49554
Job Views: 4444
Location: Brookline,
Zip Code: 02445
Job Category: Education
Employment Type: Part time, Contractor
Posted: 10.16.2018

Economics Adjunct Instructor, Management Leadership Program


Job Description



Hellenic College in Brookline, MA is seeking a part-time adjunct instructor for the Spring, 2019 semester to teach Economics. This course is part of the program core requirements for undergraduate students majoring in Management & Leadership. 


The course description is as follows:


MGMT3113 This course is divided into two parts: on micro- and macro-economics.  The focus in the first half is on managerial decisions concerning demand, costs, profitability, and competitive strategies. Students analyze real world markets and firms using the basic concepts of microeconomics.  In the second half, the focus is on developing an understanding of the main forces and trends in th eeconomy, how they are interrelated and how policy makers try to affect them.  Students will examine how changes in the macro economy affect managerial decisions.



Relocation assistance is not available for this position.


Application Deadline: December 15, 2018


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                              Hellenic College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

                                    A diverse workforce and an inclusive culture is valued

Job Requirements

Key Responsibilities & Experience:


  • Teaching one 3 credit Economics course for 2018 Spring semester (brick and mortar format)
  • Experience teaching undergraduate students
  • Hands-on MIS experience working in the public or private sector preferred




  • Master's degree in related field required; PhD preferred


Please include a CV, sample syllabus, course evaluations if available, minimum of 2 references, and cover letter including a brief statement of your teaching philosophy.


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