Freed-Hardeman University invites applications for adjunct faculty positions in the College of Business. The College of Business is accredited by ACBSP and has both undergraduate and graduate programs.
Undergraduate and/or graduate business courses to be taught on the Henderson, Tennessee campus and/or the Bucy Center located in Memphis, Tennessee.
Courses for which adjunct faculty are needed include but are not limited to the business disciplines of accounting, finance, management, marketing, and business law, communication, and technology.
Undergraduate courses offered in Henderson are in the traditional classroom format meeting two or three days a week on Monday through Friday for sixteen weeks.
Undergraduate courses offered in Memphis are in a hybrid format (classroom and online) meeting either on Saturday (9:00am – 3:00pm) or Tuesday and Thursday (6:00pm – 9:00pm) for four weeks beginning at the middle of each month.
Graduate courses are offered exclusively online and in a hybrid format meeting on Tuesday in Henderson (6:00pm – 9:00pm) and Thursday in Memphis (6:00pm - 9:00pm).
Course material and training are provided.
Active members of the church of Christ
Minimum MBA for undergraduate course taught and PhD or DBA for graduate courses taught
Minimum 18 graduate level course hours in the discipline taught
Other professional qualifications and work experience, certifications (e.g. CPA, CFA), teaching experience, honors/awards, scholarly publications and presented papers are preferred.
All business faculty members are committed to helping students cultivate faith, strengthen service attitudes and develop balance in church, family, community, and career.
Interested applicants should submit an employment application at https://www.fhu.edu/forms/hr/facultyapp.aspx AND a letter of application, resume and transcripts to:
Mrs. Sandra Foster
Administrative Assistant, College of Business
158 E. Main Street
Henderson, TN 38340
Freed-Hardeman University is a private institution, associated with churches of Christ, dedicated to moral and spiritual values, academic excellence, and service in a friendly, supportive environment. The purpose of the University is to provide every student an education permeated with these Christian values.
Pursuant to this purpose and Section 703(e)(2) of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Freed-Hardeman University exercises a preference for applicants active within the churches of Christ. Freed-Hardeman University complies with all applicable federal and state non-discrimination laws and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, disability, or prior military service in the administration of its employment practices.