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We welcome candidates to teach online in our growing Master of Science in Financial Analysis
program. Available courses include the following:
• Christian Leadership and Ethics in Business
• Economics for Finance Professionals
• Quantitative Methods
• Financial Reporting and Analysis I and II
• Foundations of Financial Management
• Corporate Finance
• Fixed Income Analysis
• Equity Analysis*
• Derivatives Analysis
• Alternative Investments
• Portfolio and Risk Management*
This is a remote position for 10 of the 12 classes; candidates for the 10 fully online are not
expected to be in residence to teach these courses. That said, voluntary opportunities to teach on
campus may be available. Two of the classes, in contrast, are taught mostly online. These two
courses, as denoted by an asterisk in the preceding list, are only taught during the summer and
include a two-week on-campus component, so that the cohort can learn together in the classroom
at Gordon’s New England campus and connect to the greater Boston area. Adjunct faculty for
these courses would either need to reside proximate to Gordon’s campus or be able to live on campus
during these two weeks.
Interested applicants must submit a Curriculum Vita that includes the names of three references
and a letter of application addressing their fit with the Christian mission of Gordon College and
the position listed above.
TO APPLY: Please go to https://apply.interfolio.com/77239.
Our review of applicants will begin as applications are received and continue until the position is filled.
Gordon College is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants for employment will
receive consideration without discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, age, national
origin, or disability.
The ideal candidate will have:
a track record of success working in the financial services industry (preferred, not required);
a doctorate in the relevant field or a master’s combined with either
another respected, relevant credential (e.g. CFA, CFP, CPA, etc.), or significant work experience within financial services;
a demonstrated mature Christian faith, strong commitment to the Christian mission of the College, and agreement with the school’s Statement of Faith;
a passion for teaching and mentoring students;
experience teaching in higher education with preference given to those who have taught in the online environment, particularly using Canvas;
a spirit of collegiality; and a value for diversity and inclusion.
Telecommuting is allowed.
About Gordon College
Gordon College is a distinctive blend: an outstanding nationally ranked liberal arts institution that retains its roots in the Christian faith, a strong residential community, and a splendid location—just north of the intellectual hub of Boston, and right near the shoreline of Cape Ann. Our faith is the foundation for all that we are—individually, collectively and institutionally. With a spirit of support and collaboration, we are set free in Christ to think critically, engage new ideas and pursue truth.