Prince George's Community College Department Chair of Business and Entrepreneurship in United States
Position Type: Faculty
Union/Non Union: Non Union
Full Time or Part Time: Full Time
Job Description Summary:
The Department Chair of Business and Entrepreneurship plays a critical role in the academic life of the College and is responsible for carrying out the College’s vision and mission as they relate specifically to teaching, learning, and student success. Reporting to the Dean of the Professional Studies and Community Education Division, the department chair is responsible for creating an environment conducive to collegiality, learning, and developing and implementing instructional strategies that support institutional goals and student aspirations. The Chair engages faculty, staff and other internal and external stakeholders to: (1) develop, expand, and continuously improve high quality programs within the division, designed to address community needs; (2) encourage innovation and creativity in teaching and learning; (3) promote and encourage application of new and relevant knowledge within the departmental disciplines; (4) work collegially with the Professional Studies and Community Education Dean and Associate Dean to ensure student progression, retention and completion within the academic programs within the department; (5) actively promote and advocate for the College’s implementation of guided pathways; and (6) support the development of stackable credentials and degrees that provide seamless articulation with secondary partners, postsecondary partners, and the College’s continuing education programs and offerings.
Minimum of a master’s degree, or significant relevant experience, in a related discipline or related field.
A minimum of five years of full-time teaching experience in a discipline within the Business and Entrepreneurship department (e.g., Accounting, Business Administration, Business Management, Economics, Marketing), in an accredited institution of higher education at the rank of associate professor (or comparable) or higher; or five years’ experience in workforce training and development; or a combination of workforce development and teaching experience for a total of five years.
Previous administrative, supervisory, and/or leadership experience preferred.
Degree from an accredited institution.
Unofficial transcripts must accompany applications for teaching positions. Lack of transcripts may cause your application to be rejected from further consideration. Official transcripts of academic work required upon an offer of employment.
Position Location – Largo
Documentation of experience and performance required.
Letters of reference must be job related and dated within the past three years.
Ability to communicate effectively in spoken and written standard English.
As required by the 1986 Immigration Act, be prepared to present acceptable documentation showing your identity and that you are a U.S. citizen or an alien who is authorized to work.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applications submitted by March 3, 2021 will receive first consideration. This position is open until filled.
Teaching Demonstration: Candidates who are invited for an interview will be asked to demonstrate their teaching effectiveness in a simulated classroom, laboratory, or other relevant pedagogical situation, the conditions of which will be determined in advance and shared with all candidates prior to the interview.
Letters of Recommendations can be uploaded during the application process or submitted prior to scheduled interview.
Application Status; you will receive an email acknowledging receipt of your application, upon which time no further communication occurs unless selected for an interview or the position is filled. If recommended for hire, communication is immediately sent to your references listed on your application. Also, you will receive an email notification from HireRight requesting you to submit authorization to complete a background investigation.
The college is currently in a Modified Academic and Business Operation ( MABO ) model, which means some of the work is being performed from remote locations. When the conditions permit, based on CDC and College Administrator’s guidelines, employees will be required to resume their work on campus as directed by management. This position is located in the state of Maryland.