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Department of Communication Studies and Multimedia invites applications for the following teaching position to be offered in the 2019-20 session.

Address applications to: Dr. Christina Baade, Chair
Department of Communication Studies and Multimedia
1280 Main Street West, TSH 330
Hamilton, ON L8S 4M2

Course Name(s)/Number(s) COMMGMT 730 - Leadership, Persuasion and the Successful Executive

Term: 2205 Summer 2020 (June 21 – October 10, 2020)

Number of Section(s) Available: 1 Number of Units per Section 3

Projected Enrollment: 20 Projected TA Support: 1 (65+ 3 hours)

Location (on/off campus) Online

Wage Rate: $9,277.31 for 3 units

Start Time and Duration: Sunday, June 21st – Saturday, October 10th, 2020

Course Description/Relevant Employment Duties

Leadership, Persuasion and the Successful Executive offers an intensive examination of the leadership-communication connection. In other words, how do successful executives engage employees, teams and organizations to effect change and influence behavior in an often contested and challenging environment through effective communications? This course focuses on how executives successfully exert their leadership in the broader external environment.

Required Qualifications

Applicants should have an MCM, MBA or PhD in a related field.

Preferred Qualifications

Previous teaching experience is preferred, as is accreditation in public relations, business communications or a related professional accreditation. Experience with online course development and teaching is also preferred.

How To Apply

Please submit the following in one PDF using the online application process:

A cover letter of no more than 2 pages, stating your intent to apply for the position (including your address, phone number, and email address). The cover letter should also address the following:
How you will approach the design and teaching of this online course;
Your academic teaching experience, emphasizing your experience with the material to be taught;
How you incorporate equity and inclusion in your teaching;
List any research and/or professional experience related to this course;
Provide experience in designing and teaching online courses.

A curriculum vitae listing your academic qualifications and relevant employment experience.

For current or previous McMaster sessional faculty, information necessary to determine your current and aggregate seniority (as defined by Article 20 of the Unit 2 Collective Agreement). Questions may be directed to CUPE 3906 (905-525-9140 Ext. 24056).

Names and contact information of two references.

  • Supplemented Fees- 15.02(a) The employee may be eligible to receive supplemented fees in accordance with Schedule C of the Collective Agreement. The actual rate of pay when in excess of the base rate of pay is deemed to include any supplemented fees owing, to the extent of the excess amount. If the actual rate of pay is less than the sum of the base rate of pay and the supplemented fees owing, then the employee shall receive the difference.
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