The School of Business & Public Leadership (SoBPL) at Johnson University is seeking dynamic Christian leaders to teach undergraduate Business Administration courses on our Tennessee campus (Knoxville, Tennessee) beginning Spring 2024. Johnson University seeks to build a pool of qualified persons who can teach undergraduate coursework specific to Management and Business. Affiliate faculty generally teach one or two courses per term depending upon class enrollments and credit hours associated with the course. Courses will be taught in a face-to-face format.
To apply, send cover letter, CV, contact information for three professional references, unofficial undergraduate and graduate degree transcripts, statement of teaching philosophy, and signed JU mission statement, statement of faith and faculty community covenant to , Administrative Assistant for the School of Business and Public Leadership. The mission statement, statement of faith, and faculty community covenant are also available from Gayla. Only completed application packets will be considered.
Master’s degree with eighteen graduate semester hours in Business Administration or Management from a regionally accredited university (minimum); or a terminal degree in Business Administration/Management from a regionally accredited university (preferred). Those with particular skills in teaching quantitative methods courses such as economics, business analytics, operations management, and management science will be highly considered.
The School of Business and Public Leadership (SoBPL) at Johnson University is seeking dynamic Christian leaders to teach site-based/on-ground undergraduate Business Administration/Management courses. Affiliate faculty generally teach one or two courses per term depending upon class enrollments and credit hours associated with the course. Site-based/on ground courses are taught for an entire semester (16 weeks).
Johnson University is a Christian university affiliated with Christian churches and churches of Christ. Its mission is to educate students for “Christian ministries and other strategic vocations framed by the Great Commission in order to extend the kingdom of God among all nations.” Accordingly, Johnson University seeks to hire and educate individuals who share its vision and core values to carry out that mission. Johnson University does not unlawfully discriminate in admissions, educational programs, or employment practices.
Johnson University does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, age, veteran status, genetic information, political affiliation, or disability–if such disability may be accommodated without undue hardship—in provision of educational opportunities, programs and activities, or employment opportunities and benefits, pursuant to the requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent amendments to that act, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and subsequent re-authorization of that act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and subsequent amendments to that act.
The University, however, reserves the right under those provisions to make certain employment decisions based on religion, marital status, or sex consistent with the University’s religious beliefs when establishing qualifications for certain positions. Further, as a Christian ministry, the University retains the right to select those who serve in ministerial positions, as that term has been defined by the courts in the context of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, based on criteria established by the University without regard to Title VII, Title IX, or any other federal, state, or local law governing the employment relationship.