Academic Appointments (Full-time)

Department: CUC
Closing Date: ongoing

 

The Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) is the newest Singapore government-funded university. Since its establishment in 2005, the University has leveraged on its strong relationships with industry to offer a unique applied curriculum for working adults that produces graduates who are confident, highly skilled, and job-ready. In 2014, it began to offer full-time degree programmes to fresh school leavers, with a curriculum designed to develop graduates who embody the 3 Hs: Head (professional competence and job readiness), Heart (social awareness and consciousness), and Habit (self-directed and lifelong learning).

To support the mission of the University, the SUSS Core provides a transformative experience for all SUSS undergraduates by focusing on educating the whole person – cognitively, socially, and creatively. It aims to develop students with the skills to think critically and reflexively about the social world around them, help them connect with what is important in life and develop responses to deal with new challenges, and provide them with experiences to articulate goals beyond the confines of their immediate surroundings. To this end, the SUSS Core offers courses that take a cross-disciplinary perspective on emerging global issues and incorporate a practical component to integrate teaching and learning with doing.

We are looking for individuals who believe and embody the 3 Hs, are knowledgeable in their fields and have a cross-disciplinary outlook, and aligned with the direction and approach of the SUSS Core to join our faculty team. Individuals who are able to teach the following areas, or are trained in the related disciplines should apply:

  • Philosophy
  • Sociology
     

Basic Requirements:

  • A Ph.D. from a reputable university
  • At least five years of relevant teaching and research experience in an academic institution for senior positions
  • Good communications and interpersonal skills, and a high level of integrity
  • High level of integrity
  • Good communications and interpersonal skills
  • The ability to work independently and as part of our team, keep abreast of developments in their fields, think strategically, and be a role model to our students
     

How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume, including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "CUC - Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

Department: School of Business
Closing Date: ongoing

 

The School of Business (SBIZ) at Singapore University of Social Sciences aims to educate business minds and in the process, transform the lives of our students when they graduate with a business degree. SBIZ currently has more than 4,000 students enrolled in various degree programmes.

Our students are mainly working adults who are keen to upgrade and remain competitive in the fast-paced business world. We also have a sizable group of full-time students pursuing their degree education full time in the University. To equip our students for a better future, we provide them with a curriculum that is industry-relevant and we adopt innovative and practice-oriented pedagogical approaches (e.g. case study, flipped-classroom). Classes are interactive in nature and instructors go beyond lectures and facilitate interactive discussions and activities that require application of theories to solve real world problems. As most of our students are working, they are able to apply what they have learnt in the classroom to real-life scenarios in their workplace almost immediately. This enables them to live out our maxim - Learn Today, Apply Tomorrow.

SBIZ is now recruiting passionate full-time faculty members who are aligned with our education aspirations. The responsibilities of SBIZ full-time faculty members include teaching and developing courses, conducting academic and/or applied research, and managing degree programmes and projects. We are interested in candidates in the following disciplines:

  • Accountancy (especially in the areas of Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Assurance, Taxation, and Business Valuation)
  • Analytics (especially in the areas of Machine Learning, Data Management, IoT and Big Data)
  • Business (especially in the areas of Entrepreneurship, Project Management, Quality Management, Quantitative Methods, Product/Service Innovation & Design, Lean Six Sigma and Business Excellence in relation to SPRING Singapore's Business Excellence framework)
  • Finance (especially in the areas of Fintech, Digital Banking and Payment Systems)
  • Supply Chain Management (especially in the areas of Procurement and International Trade Management)

Basic Requirements:

  • Ph.D. degree holder in a relevant discipline. Ph.D candidates nearing completion will also be considered.
  • Candidate with teaching and/or working experience in the relevant area will have an added advantage.
  • In Finance, candidates with a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) qualification will have an added advantage.
  • In Accountancy, candidates with a Chartered Accountant of Singapore qualification (or equivalent professional qualification) and at least a Master's degree and industry experience in a relevant area will also be considered.

How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume and dissertation (include proposal and/or research papers if the dissertation is not defended) , including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "SBIZ - Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

Department: School of Humanities and Behavioural Sciences
Closing Date: 31 July 2019

 

The School of Humanities and Behavioural Sciences (SHBS) in SUSS is dedicated to nurturing working adults with an interest in languages (English, Chinese, Tamil, and Malay), Translation and Interpretation, Communication, Psychology, and Sociology. With a diverse range of high-quality programmes and flexible, practice-focused curricula, we provide our students with the opportunity to excel both in their education and careers.

A good university education is made possible by great educators. At SHBS, we have a team of dedicated and committed academics with a passion for applied research and a desire to help working adults discover the joy of lifelong learning. If you are a dynamic and creative team player who wishes to inspire and encourage others to learn, then we want you to join our team.

We are currently looking for suitable candidates in the following area:

  • Communication (especially strategic communication)
  • Psychology

Basic Requirements:

  • A Ph.D. in the relevant discipline from a reputable university.
    (For psychology, candidates with the following areas of specialisation are preferred: organizational psychology; health and performance psychology; well-being)
  • Preference will be given to candidates with the relevant tertiary teaching experience and professional qualifications.

The successful candidate will develop and teach courses for SHBS undergraduates/postgraduates in his/her areas of specialization. S/he will support or oversee designated programmes and undertake programme administration work. The candidate is expected to participate in applied research.

If you are interested in making a difference, then join us for a challenging and fulfilling career!


How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume and dissertation (include proposal and/ or research papers if the dissertation is not defended), including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "SHBS - Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

Department: Teaching and Learning Centre
Closing Date: 31 December 2019

[Position open to only new applicants]

 

As part of the growth of SUSS, the Teaching & Learning Centre (TLC) is seeking applicants for several full-time Faculty positions. 

TLC promotes excellence in teaching and learning through the design and implementation of innovative pedagogies; facilitation of Faculty development and training; scholarship of teaching & learning; and provides academic support for students whilst developing lifelong learning attributes in our graduates. 

We are looking for motivated individuals to join our dynamic team of Teaching & Learning (T&L) experts, as we seek to grow our capacity and reach in the field. Applicants would ideally have experience both as an academic, and in T&L in Higher Education settings. We encourage applicants with a special interest in the Learning Sciences, Technology-Enhanced Learning and/or Educational Research to apply, although we are open to diverse strengths and interests in T&L. 

The successful applicant, who will report to the Director of Teaching & Learning Centre, will have his/her primary responsibilities in one of the following areas:

  1. Faculty Development
    • Initiate, contribute to, and play an active role in promoting Faculty development, adult lifelong learning and workplace learning within a Higher Education environment.
    • Provide thought leadership in one or more areas of education specialization (e.g. technology-enhanced learning, assessment, curriculum design & development, instructional design, workplace learning, program evaluation, etc) and actively contribute to the University’s scholarship, research and related activities. Applicants with depth and breadth in pedagogy are encouraged to apply.
    • Develop, deliver and evaluate Faculty professional development initiatives and activities, such as course and workshop materials for online, blended and face-to-face learning interventions. Applicants should strive to operate, and excel, at the level of the theory-practice nexus.
    • Develop, teach, and assess courses in adult learning at the undergraduate and Master’s levels.
    • Participate in and support professional learning platforms, initiatives, networks, and communities, including playing the role of pedagogical resource persons, mentors, coaches and provocateurs for quality change, innovative improvements in T&L.
       
  2. Teaching & Learning Analytics
    • Play a leading or collaborative role in designing, planning for, gathering, analysing and presenting relevant data in a meaningful way to facilitate evidence-based T&L decision-making in SUSS.
    • Design and develop qualitative and/or quantitative methods of meaningfully tracking and evaluating different features of T&L within a Higher Education setting (e.g. quantitative analysis of data related to student learning outcomes/experiences, feedback, T&L interactionsor instructional approaches, to evaluate and improve the quality of course design and teaching interventions).
    • Offer consultancy, provide training and deliver presentations to Schools, Faculty or external parties on the prospects of using learning analytics to enhance T&L, advise on the setting up of relevant data collection points or practices to facilitate evidence-based educational review, and discuss pertinent findings from recent research and analysis.
    • Offer expertise in relevant aspects of research related to the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (SoTL)
       
  3. Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (SoTL)
    • Play a leading or collaborative role in planning for, and conducting inquiry & research into, Teaching & Learning practices within SUSS and the Higher Education/Adult Learning space in general, and publishing or publicizing the results.
    • Incorporating and applying SoTL ideas, frameworks, practices, methodologies and findings to Faculty training & development, curriculum redesign & enhancement, assessment approaches, and other relevant educational initiatives.
    • Act as a change catalyst and encourage experimentation & innovation in T&L to enhance knowledge and student learning.
    • Contribute to, and play an active role in promoting SoTL at the institutional level, within Schools, and amongst Faculty, including managing T&L related research grants and awards, writing grant proposals and reports, and facilitating and supporting collaborative T&L research projects (e.g. by encouraging disciplinary, inter-disciplinary or industry/profession-related SoTL work and reflection in SoTL projects).

     

Successful applicants in all the positions above may also be assigned other duties (e.g. curriculum development, teaching, research, invigilation, committee work, etc) as needed.

TLC welcomes expressions of interest from potential applicants who may wish to find out more about the different roles or the Centre prior to applying.

Basic Requirements:

  • Ph.D. from a reputable university.
  • Demonstrated ability to design and implement pedagogically-sound initiatives in (one or more) key areas of curriculum design & development, instruction, assessment, Faculty development and training, or student development.
  • Hands-on experience in Faculty professional development or student development, and university-level teaching.
  • Strong team player.
  • Excellent presentation, facilitation and communication skills.

How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume, including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "TLC - Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

Department: S R Nathan School of Human Development
Closing Date: 31 July 2019

 

Singapore University of Social Sciences invites applications for full-time faculty positions in our Counselling, Expressive Arts Therapies and Professional Life-coaching programmes. Singapore University of Social Sciences is Singapore’s only local university that caters to working adults.

The Bachelor of Counselling is designed to equip graduates with strong foundations in the theories and techniques in professional counselling, and to function proficiently in practice as a professional counsellor. As the only counselling degree programme offered by a local university, this programme prepares graduates to function as professional counsellors in the local environment.

The Graduate Diploma in Professional Life-coaching aims to provide life-coaching education for degree holders who wish to prepare for a career in professional life-coaching, and for others who can benefit from life-coaching education in their current careers. Professional life-coaching is empowering for persons in careers like counselling, social work, teaching, human resource management, business, psychology, and those in leadership positions.

The Graduate Diploma in Expressive Arts Therapy explores the therapeutic function of various art forms like play, art, mind and body work, narrative and storytelling. Through these in-depth opportunities, professionals could employ expressive arts therapy to combine psychology and the creative process to promote emotional growth and healing. The programme creates new connections with emerging Asian models of expressive arts therapy in India and Hong Kong. It presents a psychological approach that is humanistic in orientation.

We are looking for dynamic and experienced educators to join our team.
 

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Develop course materials and assessments
  • Teach courses in both face-to-face and online environments
  • Recruit and advise students
  • Mentor students
  • Establish a research agenda for active engagement in research to inform practice
  • Engage in national initiatives to improve the quality of counselling and therapy practices
  • Serve on internal and external committees
  • Perform other duties as assigned
     

Basic Requirements:

Applicants should have an earned doctorate in counselling, arts therapy, life-coaching or a related field. ABDs are expected to have completed their doctoral studies when the appointment commences. In addition, we are looking for candidates who:

  • Are keen to develop an innovative teacher education programme that addresses the theory-practice nexus and issues related to human agency, social equity and cultural diversity.
  • Have successful experience teaching in counselling, arts therapy, or life-coaching programmes.
  • Have successful working experience in the counselling, therapy or life-coaching settings.
  • Are fluent in English and able to model good communication skills.
  • Are able to engage in collaborative work.

How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume, including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "NSHD - Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

Department: S R Nathan School of Human Development
Closing Date: 30 June 2019

 

Singapore University of Social Sciences invites applications for full-time faculty positions in our Early Childhood Education programmes. Singapore University of Social Sciences  has been Singapore’s only local university that caters to working adults through offering part-time programmes. It has started to offer full-time undergraduate degree programmes to fresh school leavers since 2014 and will be offering a full-time Direct Honours Bachelor of Early Childhood Education with Minor programme in 2017.  

This 4-year programme will be the first locally awarded full-time early childhood education undergraduate degree in Singapore, a significant milestone in the Singapore early years teacher education landscape. The programme is anchored in socio-cultural perspectives, an inclusive approach, a strong belief in child agency, and children’s meaning making through multiple modalities. More importantly, the programme aims to bridge the nexus between theory and practice for pre-service and beginning early childhood teachers. It involves field-based research and collaborative work with teachers to develop the programme. The programme will be delivered in a blended combination of online and face-to-face experiences, with an emphasis on teacher learning through regular placements in local kindergartens, child care centres and other relevant settings. We are looking for dynamic and experienced educators to join our team.
 

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Develop course materials and assessments
  • Teach courses in both face-to-face and online environments 
  • Recruit and advise students
  • Mentor students both on campus and in their placements in the partner schools
  • Help build a network of partner preschools for forging collaborative partnerships both locally and overseas, to bridge theory and practice
  • Establish a research agenda for active engagement in research to inform practice
  • Engage in national initiatives to improve the quality of Special Education in Singapore
  • Serve on internal and external committees
  • Perform other duties as assigned
     

Basic Requirements:

Applicants should have an earned doctorate in early childhood education or a related field. ABDs are expected to have completed their doctoral studies when the appointment commences. In addition, we are looking for candidates who:

  • Are keen to develop an innovative teacher education programme that addresses the theory-practice nexus and issues related to human agency, social equity and cultural diversity.
  • Have successful experience teaching in teacher education and/or professional development programmes.
  • Have successful working experience with children, birth through six years, and their families in diverse early childhood settings.
  • Are fluent in English and able to model good communication skills.
  • Are able to engage in collaborative work.

How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume, including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "NSHD - Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

Department: S R Nathan School of Human Development
Closing Date: 31 August 2019

 

Singapore University of Social Sciences is one of Singapore's six autonomous universities and its mission is to provide lifelong education that equips learners to serve society. Home to more than 15,000 students, SUSS provides an applied education that targets both fresh school leavers and adult learners, with a focus on the social sciences. It adopts a flexible and practice-focused learning approach and offers more than 70 degree programmes in various disciplines. Eligible students taking SUSS's undergraduate programmes enjoy government subsidies and access to government bursaries, tuition fee loans and study loans.

Applications are invited for an open-rank faculty position in the area of Human Resource Management at the Singapore University of Social Sciences.

The successful candidate will join the Human Resource Management cluster in the S R Nathan School of Human Development and will be expected to teach and conduct research in human resource management and closely related fields.
 

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Develop course materials and assessments
  • Teach courses in both face-to-face and online environments 
  • Establish a research agenda for active engagement in research to inform practice
  • Engage in national initiatives relating to human resource and capital  in Singapore
  • Serve on internal and external committees
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Basic Requirements:

  • Have (or be close to completing) a PhD from an internationally recognised university
  • Ph.D. should be in a discipline that is closely related to human resource management, such as industrial/ organisational psychology, organisational behaviour, or management science
  • Experience of teaching and mentorship at the undergraduate level
  • A record of publication in relevant and reputable academic journals
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills, and a high level of integrity
  • The ability to work independently and as part of a team, keep abreast of developments in their fields, think strategically, and be a role model to students

The following qualities are desirable:

  • experience of teaching and mentorship at the postgraduate level
  • Work experience (e.g., consultancy) in private or public sector human resource management or related fields

Preference will also be given to candidates who are able to teach in one or more of the following areas:

  • Talent acquisition (including assessment and selection)
  • Interviewing techniques (including counselling, job interviewing and coaching skills)
  • Organisational psychology / Organisational behaviour / industrial psychology
  • Employment law
  • Labour and manpower law
     

How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume, including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "NSHD - (HRM) Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

Department: S R Nathan School of Human Development
Closing Date: 31 August 2019

 

Singapore University of Social Sciences invites applications for full-time faculty positions in our Special Education programmes. Singapore University of Social Sciences has been Singapore’s only local university that caters to working adults through offering part-time programmes. It will be offering a part-time Bachelor of Special Education programme in 2019.

This 3-year programme will be the first locally awarded Special Education undergraduate degree in Singapore, a significant milestone in the Singapore special needs education landscape. The programme aims to provide a broad range of knowledge and applicable skills for Special Education teachers and Special Educational Needs service providers. It is intended to prepare teaching professionals in various educational contexts who wish to meet the learning needs of students with special learning needs, and to improve the quality of care and education for a currently under-served sector. The programme will be delivered in a blended combination of online and face-to-face experiences. We are looking for a dynamic and experienced educator to join our team.
 

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Develop course materials and assessments
  • Teach courses in both face-to-face and online environments
  • Recruit and advise students
  • Mentor students both on campus and in their placements in the partner schools
  • Help build a network of partner preschools for forging collaborative partnerships both locally and overseas, to bridge theory and practice
  • Establish a research agenda for active engagement in research to inform practice
  • Engage in national initiatives to improve the quality of Special Education in Singapore
  • Serve on internal and external committees
  • Perform other duties as assigned
     

Basic Requirements:

  • Ph.D. degree in Special Education or a related field
  • Ph.D. candidates nearing completion will also be considered
  • Preference will be given to candidates with the relevant tertiary teaching experience and professional qualifications

In addition, we are looking for candidates who:

  • are keen to develop an innovative teacher education programme that addresses the theory-practice nexus and issues related to human agency, social equity and inclusivity
  • have successful experience teaching in teacher education and/or professional development programmes
  • have successful working experience with persons with Special Educational Needs, of all ages
  • are fluent in English and able to model good communication skills
  • are able to engage in collaborative work
     

How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume, including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "NSHD - (SPED) Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

Department: School of Law
Closing Date: 31 December 2019

 

We are not a typical academic School of Law. The School of Law aims to train and produce lawyers for the practice of law in Singapore, particularly in the areas of Criminal Law and Family Law. Our Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Laws programmes will provide a comprehensive education that is practice-oriented and multi-disciplinary. An applied learning approach will be adopted where cases and scenarios discussed in class will be drawn from actual cases. We want to produce law graduates who will be an important part of the community, who can immediately apply what they had learnt and are ready to be a productive member of a law practice.

SLAW is recruiting full-time faculty members who shares our education aspiration. Our students are drawn from a cross-section of people – of different ages, experiences and background. Our challenge is to reach each and every one of them, meet them where they are, and get them to where they need to be to practice. It is definitely not the case of being a “sage on a stage” and lecturing: the responsibilities of these positions include developing and teaching courses, mentoring students, and conducting academic and/or applied research. We are interested in candidates who are flexible and able to navigate in more than one of the following areas:

  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
  • Equity and Trust
  • Constitutional and Administrative Law
  • Tax (preferably in International Taxation)

Basic Requirements:

  • Candidates with a Bachelor's Degree in Law and at least 5 years of relevant working experience
  • Candidates with teaching and/or working experience in the relevant area will have an added advantage
  • Postgraduate degree holders – Masters or Ph.D. degree holder in a relevant discipline will also be considered

How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume, including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "SLAW - Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

Department: School of of Science and Technology
Closing Date: Ongoing

 

The School of Science and Technology (SST) promotes profession-centric and career-ready education in Science and Technology. Our inclusive, immersive and in-employment education transforms SST graduates into professionals equipped with the relevant knowledge, employable skills and work experiences.

SST is recruiting passionate full-time faculty members who are aligned with our education aspiration.

The responsibilities of the full-time SST faculty members include teaching and developing both face-to-face and online courses; conducting academic and/or applied research; and managing industry partners to deliver professional certification courses, which will prepare students with a firm foundation in their education.

We are looking for candidates in the following areas:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Machine Learning
  • Cyber Security
  • Robotics
  • Assistive Technologies
  • Wearable Devices
  • Medical Virtual Reality
  • Distributed Web and Systems
  • Digital Enterprise Systems
  • Statistics/Data Science
  • Data Analytics
  • Machine Learning Algorithms
  • Metamaterials
  • Human Factors/Ergonomics
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Workplace Safety and Health
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
  • Smart Integrated Systems for Aerospace Applications
  • Emerging areas in the Built Environment
     

Basic Requirements:

  • Ph.D. degree holder in a relevant discipline. Ph.D candidates nearing completion will also be considered.
  • Candidate with teaching and/or strong industry experiences in the relevant area will have an added advantage.
     

How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume, including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "SST (indicate AREA to apply) - Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

Department: Online Learning Unit
Closing Date: 1 July 2019

 

The Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) is the newest Singapore government-funded university. Since its establishment in 2005, the University has leveraged on its strong relationships with industry to offer a unique applied curriculum for working adults that produces graduates who are confident, highly skilled, and job-ready. In 2014, it began to offer full-time degree programmes to fresh school leavers, with a curriculum designed to develop graduates who embody the 3 Hs: Head (professional competence and job readiness), Heart (social awareness and consciousness), and Habit (self-directed and lifelong learning).

The Online Learning Unit (OLE) at SUSS leads the University’s efforts to establish a vibrant online presence through a close collaboration with the School of Business. To expand the number of business courses it offers fully online, OLE has a number of full-time faculty positions open to those who are not just passionate about teaching but who are also convinced of the value that online delivery can bring to the learning experience of our students. The main responsibilities of an OLE full-time faculty are focused on managing all academic aspects of the semestral presentation of a number of online courses. In addition, every faculty is expected to teach, develop course content and assessment as well as conduct academic and/or applied research. For the coming year, we are particularly interested in candidates in the following areas:

  • Statistics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Information Systems
  • Operations Management
  • Project Management
  • Quality Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Customer Relationship Management

Basic Requirements:

  • Ph.D. degree holder in a relevant discipline. Ph.D. candidates nearing completion will also be considered.
  • Candidates with teaching and/or working experience in the relevant area will have an added advantage.
  • Furthermore, candidates with online teaching experience as well as those have managed online courses or programmes will also have an added advantage during the selection process.

How to Apply:

Please send the Summary of Candidate form together with your full resume, including qualifications, work experience, current & expected salaries and contact number(s) to am9pbl91c19mYWN1bHR5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn. Please indicate "OLE - Full-time Academic Position" in the email subject title.
(Shortlisted candidates will be notified, and the terms and conditions offered will be based on the individual's qualifications and experience.)

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