Southern New Hampshire University is currently seeking faculty to teach in our undergraduate. Health Information Management program. Our online faculty provide high-quality academic experiences and support students as they work toward their educational goals. Online faculty members work collaboratively in a supportive academic environment, partnering with student advising and the academic team to ensure that each student has support, tools and resources he or she need to be successful.
We are looking for professionals with experience in the following course topics:
Essential duties and responsibilities of this position include the following:
This posting is hiring for future term starts, dates to be assigned later.
The standard compensation for most courses is $2,200 per 8-week undergraduate course, and $2,500 per 10-week graduate course.
Undergraduate and graduate adjuncts are paid bi-weekly and are considered W-2 employees of Southern NH University.
A background check is required for employment and may include licensure/certification verification.
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