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Position : The Management & Organization Department of the Mendoza College of Business invites applications from qualified candidates for a full-time teaching faculty position (this is not a tenured or tenure-track position). The position is scheduled to begin in either fall 2022 or spring 2023, depending on candidate availability. Instructional and administrative duties will be focused on the college's Meyer Business on the Frontlines (BOTFL) Program, which is housed in the MBA program and is now in its fourteenth year, characterized by a unique, experiential approach to service learning. One of the Program's core missions is to serve partners on business- and peace-related projects in the field. Through these projects, BOTFL creates its distinct student service-learning experience. See the BOTFL website ( https://botfl.nd.edu/ ) for more information about this program. Required activities: Excel at teaching experiential service learning courses for international and domestic projects; including facilitating discussions on Catholic Social Teaching, development economics, business problem solving, and cultural competency Advise student teams to deliver business recommendations for external partners afield Take on new strategic initiatives to support ongoing expansion efforts and idea dissemination Support operations and marketing initiatives Support research program Coordinate with university-level efforts in this same area of service for the common good Given the experiential nature of this course, a central component of the role will involve the maintenance and development of partners. Representative tasks are likely to include some or all of the following: Develop a strategic plan to identify and engage potential partners in target locations where communities face barriers to the dignity of work Identify access points for leveraging alumni, the Notre Dame network, and references from existing partners Develop relationships with prospective partners, negotiate project scopes of work (SOW), and Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) Deepen existing partner relationships to develop ways to create more value for partners (e.g., multi-year projects, multiple teams) Extend partner relations to additional mutually beneficial activiti
Position : The Management & Organization Department of the Mendoza College of Business invites applications from qualified candidates for a full-time teaching faculty position (this is not a tenured or tenure-track position). The position is scheduled to begin in either fall 2022 or spring 2023, depending on candidate availability. Instructional and administrative duties will be focused on the college's Meyer Business on the Frontlines (BOTFL) Program, which is housed in the MBA program and is now in its fourteenth year, characterized by a unique, experiential approach to service learning. One of the Program's core missions is to serve partners on business- and peace-related projects in the field. Through these projects, BOTFL creates its distinct student service-learning experience. See the BOTFL website ( https://botfl.nd.edu/ ) for more information about this program. Required activities: Excel at teaching experiential service learning courses for international and domestic projects; including facilitating discussions on Catholic Social Teaching, development economics, business problem solving, and cultural competency Advise student teams to deliver business recommendations for external partners afield Take on new strategic initiatives to support ongoing expansion efforts and idea dissemination Support operations and marketing initiatives Support research program Coordinate with university-level efforts in this same area of service for the common good Given the experiential nature of this course, a central component of the role will involve the maintenance and development of partners. Representative tasks are likely to include some or all of the following: Develop a strategic plan to identify and engage potential partners in target locations where communities face barriers to the dignity of work Identify access points for leveraging alumni, the Notre Dame network, and references from existing partners Develop relationships with prospective partners, negotiate project scopes of work (SOW), and Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) Deepen existing partner relationships to develop ways to create more value for partners (e.g., multi-year projects, multiple teams) Extend partner relations to additional mutually beneficial activiti
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