Trinity University invites applications for the position of Visiting Instructor / Professor (open rank), effective August 2019. This is a full time, non-tenure-track position on a one-year renewable contract for a total maximum appointment of up to three years, subject to performance appraisals.
Trinity University is a small, private, highly selective, primarily undergraduate institution with an endowment of approximately $1.6 billion. The university has a liberal arts and sciences tradition and a commitment to strong programs in selected professional fields. The undergraduate student body of 2,300 students from 48 states and 66 foreign countries has an average SAT score of 1274 and a composite ACT score of 31.
Trinity’s AACSB-accredited School of Business graduates an average of 150 business majors per year. The bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Analytics and Technology is the newest of five undergraduate majors offered in the School. The degree has a modern, highly experiential approach to education and has so far achieved resounding success in attracting high quality students and placing them in leading organizations after graduation.
We are looking for candidates with a terminal degree or ABD from a reputable university / AACSB - accredited Business School in Mathematics, Statistics, Actuarial Science, Information Systems, Operations Management or similar field, with a documented recent excellent teaching record.
The position requires teaching twelve credit hours per semester (equivalent approximately to four sections with a total of twelve contact hours per week) and participating in advising and limited service to the Department and University. Working on research is not mandatory but desirable.
The candidate should be willing to teach the core Business Statistics course as primary teaching assignment, but be open to teaching other courses as directed by the Department’s needs.
We will not consider incomplete applications. We will review complete applications as they arrive and until we fill the position.