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Lecturer, General Business

School of Business
Discipline: General Business
Campus: Beirut, Lebanon
Starting Date: Fall 2017

The Lebanese American University (LAU) invites applicants to the Lecturer positions in general business, effective September 2017.  Candidates must have at least an MBA.  Only one position is available in this field.  Candidates who are graduates from AACSB accredited schools are given first priority. The successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate level courses, supervise/coordinate activities and courses of civic engagement, and to participate in research as well as to perform services to the university. All applications will be considered; however, applicants before May 31, 2017, will be given first priority. Hiring decisions are expected in July 2017 but no later than August 2017.

The Lebanese American University is an Equal Opportunity Employer operating in Lebanon under a charter from the Regents of the University of the State of New York, and is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). The Lebanese American University is a leading higher education institution in the Middle East operating on two campuses, Beirut and Byblos, and enrolling more than 8,000 students. The School of Business is one of the oldest and most reputable of the region, enrolls over 3000 students on both campuses, and offers B.Sc., MBA and EMBA programs. LAU is an associate member of AACSB and is in the process of seeking full AACSB accreditation. Information about LAU’s School of Business can be found at this website http://sb.lau.edu.lb/

Standard Application requirements: Prospective candidates should apply electronically by sending a letter of interest, a resume and the names, addresses and phone numbers of three references to: apaa@lau.edu.lb. Candidates must refer to position no. BUS-17-6.

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