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Part-Time Lecturer in Business Communications

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School / Campus / College: Foster School of Business

Organization: Management & Organization

Title: Part-Time Lecturer in Business Communications

Position Details

Position Description

The Management and Organization Department at the Michael G. Foster School of Business, University of Washington invites applications from a diverse pool of qualified candidates for up to two 50%-95% part-time lecturer positions with emphasis in business communications,  beginning in September 2023.  Teaching Faculty members at the University of Washington engage in teaching and service. We seek candidates who have experience teaching, and who have the potential to perform well at the undergraduate and graduate levels. This position has a 9-month service period, and the salary is competitive. 

As a business school, the Foster School is a global thought leader in numerous areas, and the University of Washington is ranked 11th among the world’s best public universities by US News and World Report. 

Seattle is a beautiful place to live with outstanding opportunities for cultural, culinary, and outdoor recreational activities. It is one of the fastest growing cities in America and has a vibrant business community that have close ties to the University. 


Candidates must have at least a graduate degree (i.e. Masters, PhD, JD, or foreign equivalent).


The full-time base salary range for this position will be: $9,000 - $10,500 per month ($81,000 - $94,500 annually) to be pro-rated based on FTE and commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Include a cover letter highlighting your curriculum vita, evidence of teaching effectiveness, the names of three confidential letter of recommendation writers or three confidential letters of recommendation (preferred), and a diversity statement.  First consideration will be given to those who submit all materials by April 9, 2023 .


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