Part-Time Adjunct Instructor for Organic Chemistry
The Manhattanville College Chemistry Department seeks an Adjunct Instructor to teach Organic Chemistry I & II during Summer 2020 (May 26-July 31). Lectures will meet Tues/Wed/Thurs 9:20 - 11:50 AM and Labs will meet Tues/Wed/Thurs 12:10 - 3:10 PM. Applicants for this position should hold a Ph.D. in Chemistry and have prior experience teaching at the college level.
Organic Chemistry lecture is a study of the major classes of organic compounds, designed to provide students with the background in organic chemistry needed for advanced study in chemistry and the life sciences. The lab applies techniques and experimental methods to the topics and reactions studied in lecture.
For consideration, please send a cover letter and CV with the names of three references.
December 16, 2019
Professional Development School Liaison
The School of Education at Manhattanville College is seeking a Professional Development School Liaison. A Liaison is employed part-time by the College, yet spends most of his/her time at the school site. This person is given the equivalent of 3 credits each semester to supervise student teachers and the equivalent of 3 credits each semester to serve as a liaison between the College and the school district site. This person receives a total of 12 credits each academic year. This person is at the school at least 2 full days each week.
Supervises student/supervised teachers (could be up to 4-6 each semester)
Works with teachers to identify areas of professional development interest and coordinate such interests with College faculty. Develops projects and programs related to teachers’ and faculty’s professional development interests
Coordinates any and all projects developed between the College and school
Works with College and school administrators to develop and implement an assessment of the PDS
Works with College and school administrators and faculty to organize events (e.g., receptions and after-school programs) between the College and the school district
Sets the agenda and keeps minutes of PDS Leadership meetings, as appropriate, with the PDS Leadership Team that usually includes faculty and administrators from the school district and the College
Attends School of Education PDS Liaison Working Group meetings, and gives monthly report of activities
Helps to develop the agenda and attends PDS Advisory Board meetings and annual retreat
Collects and helps to analyze data about PDS student teachers, cooperating teachers, and other pertinent initiatives
Completes monthly checklist and end-of-semester chart
Writes end-of-year report of accomplishments and goals
The School of Professional Studies (SPS) is seeking engaging, experienced business professionals to teach various business classes for our graduate degree programs, with an immediate need for:
MFIN 5710 Global Investments
In recent years international financial markets have become more closely integrated, with cross-border capital flows reaching $4.4 trillion by the end of 2010. In particular, the sovereign debt markets have exploded, with government borrowing rising rapidly during the ongoing credit crisis. International financial markets present unique challenges to investors, offering a wider variety of opportunities along with an additional set of risks relative to domestic markets. Successful global investing requires an in-depth understanding of the types of products that are traded, how international investing can increase diversification benefits, how international investors are exposed to foreign exchange and sovereign risk and other factors unique to the international markets. The course covers each of these topics in detail along with a discussion of hedging strategies, including extensive coverage of foreign exchange derivatives.
Additional teaching opportunities are available in the following content areas:
Human Resource Management
Marketing Communication Management
Finance classes are taught on weekday evenings, one evening per week. Other content areas are taught in the evenings or weekends. A minimum of a Master’s degree in the field of study or a related discipline is required.
The School of Education at Manhattanville College is seeking part time field supervisors to work with student/supervised teachers. Field Supervisors visit student/supervised teachers at their schools during the day to observe lessons, and teach a weekly seminar either at the college or a remote location. Observations may be done in Westchester County, Putnam County, Rockland County, the Bronx, Manhattan, Connecticut, or other locations as needed. Prospective candidates are needed with teacher certification and experience in the following areas:
Childhood Education (1 – 6)
Special Education (B – 2, 1 – 6, 7 – 12)
Early Childhood Education (B – 2)
Math (5 – 9, 7 – 12)
Science (5 – 9, 7 – 12)
Social Studies (5 – 9, 7 – 12) ELA (5 – 9, 7 – 12)
World Languages (7 – 12)
Teaching a weekly seminar to a small group of student/supervised teachers.
Visiting schools during the day and completing observations of student/supervised teachers.
Assisting student/supervised teachers, as appropriate, with the completion of edTPA portfolios.
For consideration, send cover letter; curriculum vitae; and the names and contact information of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sport Business Management Adjunct Instructor
Department: School of Graduate and Professional Studies
Manhattanville College is engaged in a search for adjunct faculty to teach in its M.S. degree in Sport Business Management. The curriculum covers the full range of sports management topics with emphasis on the business side of the industry.
We are seeking faculty for the following courses:
MSBM 5011 Entrepreneurship
MSBM 5012 Strategic Negotiations
MSBM 5013 Creativity & Critical Thinking In Organizations
MSBM 5014 Leading Change
MSBM 5015 Project Management
MSBM 5016 Information Technology Management
MSBM 5017 Communications & Effective Leadership
Candidates should have academic or business experience in sports management and at least a Master's degree.