Employment Description

Adjunct Business Analytics Faculty
Date Posted 07/18/2017
Hiring Status Accepting Applications
Location Twin Cities Campus
Position Responsibilities

The Graduate School of Business and Technology at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota invites applications for adjunct data analytics faculty to support our online M.S. in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics program.  The adjunct faculty selected will teach online courses in the program.  An adjunct instructor is a term-to-term appointment with responsibility to students, course materials, and instruction.

Courses taught will use a variety of software such as Microsoft Excel, SPSS, Tableau, R Studio, Python and AWS.  Course material will include tabular and spatial data, advanced analytics and data mining techniques, including text mining, cluster analysis, forecasting, and artificial intelligence. 
Essential Skills and Abilities

It is expected that the instructor will have knowledge in mathematics, computer science, data analysis, communication, and ethics. Instructors are expected to focus on practical, hands-on, business-oriented application of course material. 

  The successful candidate must support, respect, and advance the mission of Saint Mary's University as a Lasallian Catholic institution.
Education and Experience
The instructor should have a Master’s degree or Ph.D. and work experience in a field related to data science.
All job offers are contingent upon the successful completion of a criminal background check.
Additional Required Materials Letter of application, curriculum vita/resume, teaching philosophy, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and two letters of reference. All application materials must be submitted online.
Application Review Date 03/01/2018
Starting Date 05/01/2018
Contact Michael Ratajczyk
Contact Email mratajcz@smumn.edu
Position Part-time
Contract Length Other
Other Details / Information
Benefits None
Work Sponsorship This position is not eligible for work sponsorship
  We encourage members of the protected classes as defined by the federal, state, and municipal law and those persons attracted to a university with a Lasallian Catholic identity to apply.