Since our founding in 1965, Daniel Webster College (“DWC”) has established itself as an innovative center of higher learning. DWC maintains an active enrollment of approximately 1,000 students in varying Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs in the following schools: Arts and Sciences; Aviation Sciences; Business, Management and Professional Studies; Engineering and Computer Sciences. Our programs employ traditional, applied and adult-learning teaching styles and are delivered through traditional, accelerated and distance methodologies in a learner-centered environment of mutual respect.
We are committed to helping men and women develop the skills and knowledge necessary to pursue opportunities in the fields of aviation, information technology, business and engineering.
In our pursuit of excellence, our employees are our greatest asset. DWC is a reflection of the spirit of our college community and every employee plays an invaluable role in the achievement of our mission.
The DWC School of Aviation Sciences is accepting applications for Adjunct Faculty with experience in Managerial Accounting. Courses taught will examine accounting concepts useful for planning, control, performance evaluation and decision-making by managers, including, but not limited to, variable costing, job-order costing, budgetary planning and control tools. Additional subjects covered include cost-volume-profit analysis, transfer pricing, activity-based costing, aviation industry analysis, and balanced scorecard approach to management.
* Teaches material from approved curriculum and develops daily lesson plans to include instructional aide.
* Participates in school retention initiatives by providing regular, accurate, and timely feedback to students and the school concerning academics, behavior, attendance, etc.
* Motivates students to actively participate in all aspects of the educational process.
* Completes professional development and in-service activities in accordance with college standards.
* Maintains expertise in subject area and recommends improvements in curriculum design.
* Instructs students in laboratory safety procedures if applicable.
* When possible, participate in core course academic support programs, certification programs and student professional associations.
* Master’s degree required, Doctorate preferred, in Accounting, or related area. Degree must be from an institution accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the US Department of Education.
* Previous teaching experience preferred.
* Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, concurrent engineering design and presentation skills required.
* Ability to utilize different methods and mediums in delivering course material to include online/distance education.
* Experience in organizing and writing reports and presentations of a theoretical nature.
* Proven educational or administrative experience in critical thinking, problem solving and judgment skills.
* Proficiency in Microsoft Office, the Internet, and management system software.
* Past history of developing and maintaining constructive working relationships with others and maintaining them overtime.
For more information about Daniel Webster College and to apply online, visit: www.dwc.edu
Nashua, NH, US.