This full-time faculty member is expected to bring her/his intellectual and creative capacity to bear in the advancement of the program, seeking to serve students by participating in a range of teaching and non-teaching activities that support the advancement of the program. S/he will teach a minimum of 6 courses in the Master of Professional Studies in Analytics spread throughout the year and will work with the program office on administrative issues and programmatic projects.
Teaching & Curricular Oversight
• Teaching core courses, such as introduction to Analytics, Probability and Statistics, Data Communication and Visualization, as well as concentration courses in the areas of Applied Machine Intelligence, Evidence Based Management, and Statistical Modeling.
•In conjunction with the Faculty Lead, developing and implementing course learning outcomes, curriculum maps, resource guides, textbooks, syllabi templates, and updated course materials; includes region specific coursework as desired.
• Overseeing the instruction of specific courses within the curriculum. Responsibilities include supporting the Faculty Lead in the selection of instructors, advising on syllabi, and evaluating instructor performance.
• Identifying and providing recommendations to keep curriculum relevant and industry leading.
• Working with the Faculty Lead to ensure regional programs meet license/accreditation requirements and participate in comprehensive regional evaluations and periodic reviews.
•In collaboration with the Faculty Lead, creating modularity guidelines and recommendations for program content integration across the programs and regional campuses.
Teaching and actual course load may vary with other responsibilities, which include, but are not limited to:
Program, Region, and College Support
• Collaborating with the Faculty Director, Faculty Lead, and Toronto campus staff to establish the Analytics program within Toronto market.
• Creating and supporting local events to add value to the experience of Analytics students at the Toronto campus, including events that connect students with local industry practitioners, associations, and employers.
• Coordinating with the Faculty Lead and the Associate Dean of the Toronto campus in the creation and management of local industry advisory boards as may be required.
• Representing the program in regional orientations, open house events, and admitted student events.
• Tracking the progress of Analytics students at the Toronto campus. Working with Toronto campus staff, including academic advisors and other faculty members, to support student success.
• In collaboration with the Faculty Lead and the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Toronto campus, identifying and engaging possible Co-op and experiential learning sponsors to establish relationships and define engagement.
• Participating in program and faculty committee meetings as applicable.
•Serving on committees that support the mission of the program and the vision of the College and wider University.
•Support the definition of processes and best practices for leveraging professional networks within the region and among the private sector to create deeper connections between stakeholders.
Faculty & Student Support
• In coordination with the Faculty Lead, assess and enhance instructional quality of courses by offering follow-up coaching to part time faculty across the Northeastern network for courses assigned to him/her.
• Collaborating with the Faculty Lead to recruit and vet qualified candidates for part time faculty positions.
• Assisting the program in the onboarding of new part time faculty across the Northeastern network for courses assigned to him/her and maintaining ongoing communications and mentorship to gauge engagement within the program.
• Providing opportunities for part time faculty to engage with program and college activities; seek their professional and curricular feedback.
• In addition to supporting the Toronto campus, occasional travel will be required to the University’s Campuses in [Boston, Silicon Valley, Seattle, Charlotte, Vancouver, Portland]
• The potential for transnational work is also possible.