Professor, School of International Business and Management
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
North York, ON
Reporting to the Chair, School of International Business and Management, the Professor is responsible for developing, preparing, and delivering courses within the School of International Business and Management ensuring an effective and compelling learning environment for students. Faculty may be required to teach at other campuses as needed.

Program Area/Level:
The Professor will teach at both the degree and diploma level. The Professor will teach Trade Research, Market Analysis, Business Plan- International Business Management, Business Economics, Decision Analysis and Data Analysis Tools for Business, Computer Applications for Business. Please note, this is not an exhaustive list of courses the Professor will deliver.

  • A completed Ph.D/DBA in a Business related discipline such as Economics, International Business or Business Management.
  • CITP designation is an asset.
  • A minimum of two (2) years’ teaching experience at the post-secondary level.
  • A minimum of two (2) years’ professional experience in a Business, Higher Education, Government or the Non-Profit sector.

  • Demonstrated research skills with industry connections.
  • Excellent presentation, communication and human relation skills to interact effectively with the College’s multi-cultural/racial/able staff and student population is requisite, as is an understanding of and commitment to equity in education.
  • Ability to convey conceptual and practical aspects of subjects to students, while respecting their diverse backgrounds, experience and individual learning styles.
  • Commitment to a team approach for problem solving and conflict resolution.
Note: A teaching demonstration will be required during the recruitment process.

Under the direction of the senior academic officer of the College or designate, the Professor is responsible for:

  • Ensuring student awareness of course objectives, approach and evaluation techniques.
  • Carrying out regularly scheduled instruction, which may include tutoring and academic counselling of students.
  • Providing a learning environment which makes effective use of available resources, work experience and field trips.
  • Working within classroom, hybrid or online environments, with various teaching and learning tools and technologies.
  • Evaluating student progress/achievement and assuming responsibility for the overall assessment of the student's work within assigned courses.
Course and Curriculum Development:
  • Consulting with program and course directors and other faculty members, advisory committees, accrediting agencies, potential employers and students.
  • Defining course objectives, and evaluating and validating these objectives.
  • Specifying or approving learning approaches, necessary resources, etc.
  • Developing individualized instruction and multi-media presentations where applicable.
  • Selecting or approving textbooks and learning materials.
Academic Leadership:
  • Providing guidance to Instructors relative to the Instructors' teaching assignments.
  • Participating in the work of curriculum and other consultative committees as requested.