Business Administration Faculty, tenure track

Montana State University-Northern
Montana, United States
Salary Commensurate with experience
May 18, 2021
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time

Montana State University-Northern College of Technical Sciences’ Business Program is seeking a progressive, innovative, high-energy, dedicated professional. The major responsibility for this position is to teach undergraduate courses. Possible courses associated with this particular line include, but are not limited to, Business Statistics, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Small Business Management, Advanced Marketing, and other areas depending on background and need.
The willingness to develop and deliver courses by alternate delivery methods, primarily online, is required. Curriculum planning and service to the University is also part of the basic responsibilities. Advising students, developing promotional materials, representing the business department during on-campus and off-campus recruiting events, and collaborating with other departments of the University, as well as other institutions in the Montana University System, is expected.

Located in Havre, Montana, Montana State University-Northern is north central Montana's comprehensive university offering programs and services at the associate, baccalaureate, and master's levels.

The Havre area offers great access to outdoor activities: mountains, lakes, rivers, and prairies add to the variety. Havre is the Hill County Seat and offers a hospital, a fun downtown, an active community theater, as well as county offices. Havre has many pretty city parks and neighborhoods. Beyond Havre there are smaller, more rural communities with ranches and farms.

Required Qualifications

  • MBA or related Master’s degree

Preferred Qualifications

  • PhD;
  • College level teaching experience and/or industry training experience;
  • Demonstrated involvement in business/industry associations;
  • Demonstrated ability to recognize and target niche markets for changes in the business curriculum.
  • Demonstrated computer skills in business application techniques;
  • Demonstrated ability to purposefully integrate technology into the classroom;
  • Demonstrated commitment to develop and deliver courses online and using current alternative delivery methods as appropriate. (The Business Administration major and associated business minors are offered both in-class and online.)
  • Demonstrated evidence of excellence in teaching and curriculum planning. (A teaching demonstration is part of the interview process.)
  • Demonstrated commitment to student success.
  • Demonstrated ability to use assessment data for continuous improvement of courses and the degree.