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Saint Leo University is seeking qualified candidates for the position of adjunct professor of Sport Business to teach two senior level Legal Issues in Sport courses for the fall, 2015 semester at our University Campus center in Saint Leo, Florida, located less than 30 minutes northeast of Tampa and 60 minutes southwest of Orlando.
Applications are accepted on a continuous basis and are processed as priority upon the receipt of all official transcripts.
An adjunct instructor is a term-to-term appointment with responsibility to students, course material and classroom instruction. Instructors will be responsible for teaching Senior level Legal Issues in Sport courses.
The faculty member must be able to
demonstrate excellence in the classroom and teach traditional and non-traditional age students
A Master’s degree and 18 graduate credit hours in Sport Business is the minimum requirement for undergraduate programs. The degree must be from a regionally accredited institution.
The faculty member must possess a J.D. or a minimum of a master’s degree in Sport Business (18 applicable graduate credit hours required). The degree must be from a regionally accredited institution. The faculty member must demonstrate experience in teaching Legal Issues in Sport or have a significant background in sport and the law.
• Previous experience in teaching traditional and non-traditional age students and legal issues with an application to sport;
• Current in the changing laws applicable to sport. Topical coverage in the course with sport application includes constitutional and statutory law (e.g. employment law, Title IX, ADA, ADEA, contract law, sexual harassment, trademark and image rights, antitrust), and legal research;
• An individual who is committed to quality teaching and engagement of the student; and
• Professional experience in the sport industry – candidates with more industry experience will be given preference
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