Internal Search - Summer Session -Strategies in the Development of Human Resources Instructor

Position Description

Teach HRD 706 Strategies in the Development of Human Resources for the 2019 summer session June 3-July 26, 2019. Course description: Techniques for improving employee learning and performance from analysis and selection through relationships and rewards.

Minimum Requirements

Doctorate in Human Resource Development or related field. Doctoral studies should include coaching, training, leadership or related area of HRD. A minimum three years teaching at the University level and have taught workforce development, technology management, or related classes ONLINE within the last three years; and has a minimum of six years of experience related to workforce development or technology management or management.

Application Instructions

INTERNAL SEARCH ONLY. Electronic submission is required through the red 'Apply' link located at the top right-hand corner of this page. Interested and qualified applicants should upload a letter of application, including references and vita.

  • Job Type: Unclassified
  • Job Category: Faculty
  • Department/Office: Technology and Workforce Learning
  • Work Schedule: Other
  • Appointment Duration: Other
  • Tenure earning: No
  • Who can apply: Only Current Employees
  • First consideration: 06/03/2019

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