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Course Developers / Subject Matter Experts in Operations Management


Responsible for the development of graduate courses in Operations Management. Course topics to include: Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, Data Analytics, and Information Technology Leadership.

SMEs will be hired during the Spring of 2020 and beyond to develop hybrid courses for the Peirce Fit delivery mode in collaboration with the faculty and instructional design teams.

SMEs may also have the opportunity to teach these accelerated courses within Operations Management beginning the Fall of 2020.


Doctorate preferred. Master’s degree in management or a related field with a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in developing and teaching graduate courses in Operations Management. Credential requirements may vary depending on degree program accreditation/approval. Demonstrated ability to listen carefully, to interpret accurately and to respond to a high volume of requests. High degree of professionalism and confidentiality. Computer literacy, the understanding of active learning, adult learning theory and principles, along with strong interpersonal and communications skills are essential.


Contracted part-time.


May vary to include day, evening, and weekend responsibilities, as required.


Dean, Graduate Studies


April 17, 2020. Review of candidates continues until positions are filled.


Please submit a letter of interest with your salary expectations, as well as a current curriculum vitae / resume (including a list of relevant courses developed and taught) to: Giselle Marte, Associate Director, Faculty Recruitment and Development, Academic Operations Department, Peirce College, 1420 Pine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102; e-mail to:; or fax to: 215.670.9255. Materials submitted via email strongly encouraged. We will contact only those candidates who best meet our requirements.

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