Details for Instructor, Business Administration Caldwell and Watauga
CALDWELL AND WATAUGA
QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree in Business Administration from a regionally accredited college or university, with 18 graduate semester hours in economics or accounting, or Master's in a related field from a regionally accredited college or university with 18 graduate semester hours in both business and either economics or accounting. In addition to teaching business, the candidate must be qualified to teach in a secondary discipline in economics or accounting. Teaching experience at a community college, using a learning management system to teach hybrid and distance education courses. To instruct classes in assigned division; to coordinate assigned activities with other college programs, divisions, departments and outside agencies; and to provide responsible and complex administrative support to the Director, Business Programs.
CLOSING DATE: November 24, 2019
Follow the on-line application procedure at
During the on-line application process, copies of your educational transcripts for all degrees and a current resume must be attached. All materials must be submitted by the closing date. Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute, Hudson, NC.
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