The Department also has occasional need for part-time lecturers to supplement the operations management faculty to teach both core and elective courses, especially in semesters when members of the faculty might be on sabbatical. Part-time positions may also become available on short notice in unusual circumstances. Topical areas include operations management (graduate and undergraduate core courses), project management, statistics, business analytics and management science. Most graduate courses would be taught in the evenings.
If you would wish to be considered a part-time position, please contact:
Samuel B. Graves
Professor and Chair, Operations Management Department
Carroll School of Management, Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA
Applications should include a cover letter which indicates availability in the Boston area as well as teaching interests, a current vita, and if requested, letters of reference which primarily address the applicant's teaching credentials.
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