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The Law Tax and Financial Planning (LTFP) Department at Bentley University is always interested in learning about qualified candidates for future openings as tax adjunct faculty. Although we do not have any immediate openings, we encourage all qualified applicants to put their application into this pool as openings can occur at any time. Our needs most likely would be in the topics addressed by our current course offerings (listed here: Bentley Tax Courses), so if an applicant has expertise in one of these areas they are encouraged to list that expertise in response to the relevant question in the online application. It is possible that expertise in other topical areas may become of interest as we develop new courses so applicants should list these as well. Based on the needs of the Department, we will actively source candidates from this applicant pool when hiring tax adjunct faculty.
JD (or other credential (e.g., CPA, CFP) where appropriate for the subject matter to be taught) with a minimum of 3 years of practice in relevant area of expertise.
Computer literacy required.
Prior teaching experience in higher education a plus.
Prior experience with Blackboard a plus.
Please specify in your cover letter the courses you are qualified for and interested in teaching, and your availability.
Bentley University requires reference checks and may conduct other pre-employment screening.
Bentley University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, building strength through diversity.
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