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Program Chair - Human Resource Management

Company: Post University
Location: Waterbury
Posted on: July 30, 2022

Job Description:

JOB SUMMARY: Program Chair - Undergraduate Human Resource Management The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business at Post University is seeking a Program Chair to join our School and lead the Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management program. The individual will be required to perform three essential School functions: student retention, program management, and teaching. There will also be other responsibilities as outlined by the Dean or Assistant Dean, but these are the three critical areas of the position. The Human Resource Management Undergraduate Program Chair is a full-time position within the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business that has complete management oversight of the Undergraduate Human Resource Management degree program, including student advising and retention. Committed to a students' first philosophy, the Program Chair must assist in developing and executing a strategic plan for the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business to maximize students' academic success and graduates' career success. This is NOT a remote position. QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The ideal candidate will possess: Required---Master's in Human Resource Management (or an MBA with a focus in Human Resource Management)---At least ten years of experience working at the senior level in Human Resource Management.---At least five years of experience teaching in the traditional classroom and online using Blackboard or similar programs.---Excellent written and verbal communication skills. ---Excellent analytical and quantitative reasoning skills. ---The ability to perform scholarly activities as appropriate when warranted or requested.---Ability to be flexible, adaptable, well organized, and a team player in a fast-paced work environment. Preferred---Ph.D. or equivalent in the field of Human Resource Management o If Doctorate is not in the field of Human Resource Management, the candidate must possess a minimum of a Master's Degree in Human Resource Management or a doctorate with a minimum of 15 graduate credit hours in Human Resource Management.---Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) certification.---Preference will be given to a candidate who has earned a degree online from a regionally accredited university---Proven track record of success engaging students at Post University KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: General Academic Program Requirements:---Teach 6-8 courses per academic year or as otherwise determined by the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies or Dean of the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business.---Participate in at least two university committees or as otherwise determined by the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies or Dean of the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business.---Reports directly to the Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies within the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business.---Work with a team of Program Chairs and university staff to maintain and develop the program and curricula. Program Requirements:---Developing academic concentrations, courses, and programs and overseeing their development by outside parties as requested by the School.---Using Blackboard to develop and deliver online and hybrid courses---Maintaining the online and hybrid courses under their supervision---Participate in the hiring, training, and supervision of adjunct (associate) faculty.---Assist Associate Faculty, students, and other university staff with questions or concerns about the curriculum and program.---Assign instructors to and monitor their performance in online and hybrid courses each module/semester.---Participate in various university committees as a member of the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business and as a Program Chair.---Assist with addressing and resolving grade appeals, grievances, or other administrative matters as warranted.---Assist in growing enrollment in the program through high school, community college, local business, and professional organization visits. They will also assist in ensuring admission reps and advisors are familiar with the Human Resource Management program.---Attend various university functions as a representative of the program and the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business (e.g., graduation ceremony, "open house" recruitment events, etc.).---Organize and participate in various administrative functions indicated by the School (e.g., building and maintaining program advisory boards, program evaluation initiatives, accreditation, etc.).---Advise undergraduate Human Resource Management students in matters of enrollment and graduation.---Serve as an ambassador for the discipline, the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business, and Post University---Other projects and administrative duties as determined by the Assistant Dean and DeanPost University seeks Scholarly Practitioners for all faculty positions, which means we seek individuals with Terminal Degrees (whenever possible) and with ten years or more of experience in the field of study. In addition, we prefer to hire individuals who have proven track records in teaching (preferred online and on-ground) and learning.

Keywords: Post University, Waterbury , Program Chair - Human Resource Management, Human Resources , Waterbury, Connecticut

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