Professor/Program Coordinator, Insurance Management – Property & Casualty
Under the direction of the Associate Dean, the incumbent will function as a full-time Professor in the Insurance Management Property & Casualty postgrad program with a reduced teaching load. In addition to a reduced load of teaching responsibilities, the incumbent will be responsible for coordination of the day-to-day operation of the program. Responsibilities will include: ensuring continued growth and development of existing programs as assigned; ensuring, using a participatory mode, the selection and development of appropriate learning methodologies; recommending curricula changes/modifications as deemed appropriate by the instructional groups; participating in the work of external program advisory committees; providing advice to management with regard to the staffing of courses; developing and maintaining industry connections to the program; assisting with the assessment of applications; enrolling and orienting new students; advising and counselling full and part-time students; assisting students with internships and full-time employment upon graduation; and liaising with other program coordinators, department heads, support staff, associations and employers as required.
The successful candidate will have a relevant graduate degree (minimum MBA, MA or a relevant PhD), an industry designation (FCIP or CIP) proven teaching or training experience, and a minimum of seven years of recent related business experience. Additional qualifications include: superior and demonstrable written and oral communication skills; initiative and problem solving skills; proven desire and adaptability to work in a diverse, dynamic, multicultural environment with scarce resources; strong leadership capabilities; and a proven commitment to professional development, lifelong learning and non-traditional delivery methods. Knowledge of college systems, policies, procedures, the program context, and the ability to teach in a related discipline are advantageous.
Duration: The Coordinator component of this position is a three (3) year term.
The Business School
Humber North Campus
Academic start salaries are determined by qualifications and years of related experience as detailed in the current Collective Agreement for Academic Employees. As per Article 14.03 A 3 of the Academic Collective Agreement, a Coordinator’s allowance will be paid in addition to the successful candidate’s salary as a Professor.
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