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Adjunct Instructor, IT Audit
Faculty
Pamplin School of Business
Pamplin School of Business
Adjunct Faculty
Part time
No benefits offered

The University of Portland invites applications for an adjunct instructor to teach the IT Audit course for the Operations and Technology Management (OTM) discipline of the Robert B. Pamplin School of Business AdministrationThis appointment is for the fall 2020 semester, which starts August 24, 2020, and ends December 15, 2020. This position could be renewed based on the performance of the instructor and the needs of the department.

Adjunct instructors are hired on a per semester basis, and teach assigned business courses, not to exceed 12 credit hours across the University in an academic year. Please visit the Operations and Technology Management (OTM) website for more information about the department: http://sites.up.edu/otm

This position has no benefits (other than sick leave consistent with Oregon requirements).

Course Summary - IT Audit:

This course is about information technology auditing, controls, and management practices. As business continues towards a more substantial reliance upon the capabilities of data and technologies, it becomes increasingly important for staff to understand these systems and how they relate to organizational controls and overall performance, while complying with regulations. Topics include internal auditing standards, risk assessment, governance, ethics, audit techniques, and emerging issues.

Specific Duties:

- Teach courses using evidence-based instructional practices.

- Adhere to syllabus requirements.

- Conduct regular student assessments and provide timely graded feedback; including homework, quizzes, and exams.

- Online homework system use may be required.

- Be available in person for regular student meetings (office hours).

- Conduct oneself in a professional manner, including maintaining a respectful classroom environment and collegial interactions.

Education & Experience

Required: Bachelor's degree in business administration specializing in technology management and/or accounting, or bachelor's degree in a related field.

- Preferred: 5+ years of Information Audit experience with at least two years of management experience. Additionally, any industry recognized IT auditing certification is a plus.

Application Process

Please submit the following documents:

Cover letter

Curriculum vitae

Contact information for three professional references

Statement of teaching philosophy with a list of courses taught and courses qualified to teach

Deadline

Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis until the position is filled.  

Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, References, Statement of Teaching Philosophy

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For those requiring a reasonable accommodation to apply: Applicants who have a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation regarding the application or hiring process should contact Human Resources (503) 943-8484.

 

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