About Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, the world’s largest, fully
accredited university specializing in aviation and aerospace, is a
nonprofit, independent institution offering more than 80
baccalaureate, master’s, and Ph.D. degree programs. The Worldwide
campus has an enrollment of 23,000 full-time equivalent students,
delivering courses globally online via Canvas, synchronously via
EagleVision to both homes and classrooms, in blended formats, and
face-to-face at over 125 locations in the United States, Europe,
Asia, and the Middle East. Embry-Riddle Worldwide earned the #1
ranking in 2021, 2020, 2019, and 2017 as well as the #2 ranking in
2018 for Best Online Bachelor’s programs from U.S. News & World
ERAU Worldwide College of Business
The Worldwide College of Business offers two Associate’s Degrees
(Aviation Business Administration and Technical Management), six
bachelor’s degrees (Aviation Business Administration, Business
Analytics, Leadership, Logistics and Supply Chain Management,
Project Management and Technical Management), and eight master’s
degrees (Business Administration in Aviation, Engineering
Management, Information Security & Assurance, Leadership,
Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Management, Management
Information Systems, and Project Management) Departments in the
College are: Business Administration, Decision Sciences, and
Management & Technology.
The successful candidate would be assigned to the Department of
Business Administration (DBA). The DBA houses the Associates in
Aviation Business, Bachelor of Science in the Aviation Business
Administration (US News # 7, online Bachelor’s Business Program),
and the Masters in Business Administration in Aviation (US News #
81 online MBA Program) and several undergraduate minors and
The College of Business (COB) at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University Worldwide Campus welcomes applications for an
innovative, collaborative, and energetic 10-month Faculty of the
Practice (FOTP) position in Aviation Management. FOTP positions are
key teaching positions within the college designed to bring
industry experience to both courses and classrooms.
Job Roles and Responsibilities include:
- Teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in one or more of
the following areas: revenue management, ancillary revenues, cost
efficiency, and strategic models of aviation business. Courses
reside within the College of Business and have a strong aviation
and business focus.
- Teach with innovative academic technologies and delivery
platforms almost entirely online. Faculty will bring their
experience into the classroom and have a strong commitment to the
academy and lifelong learning.
- Develop and maintain courses and update curricula as
- Participate in professional development, service to the
department assigned, College of Business, and University.
- Faculty must be willing to travel to attend meetings and
conferences although travel is limited.
This is a fully remote position.
- Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution in
business, management, aviation, or related field.
- Mid-level or above industry experience in one or more of the
course focal areas as noted above.
- Strong connection to industry, substantial industry experience,
and a desire to give back to those seeking aviation management
- Experience with content creation such as online learning and
knowledge sharing. Candidates must have a level of creativity and
desire to engage with technology to create forward-facing academic
and industry content.
- PhD or professional doctorate from a regionally accredited
institution in a core business/management discipline or a related
- Previous experience/knowledge of high reliability organizations
- Experience teaching online courses, participation in community
organizations, participation in state/national professional or
academic organizations is preferred.
Strong candidates will be able to leverage aviation networks and
interact with industry (aviation and non-aviation) and see the
university as a bridge to industry and student occupational
success. Candidates should be collegial professionals who view
teaching and the aviation industry as both a hobby and a passion
and enjoy all things aviation business related.