Columbia University's Human Capital Management (HCM) Master of Science degree program is seeking candidates for part-time Lecturer postiion teaching Foundations of Labor & Emplyment Law. Students in this course will explore the legal framework governing labor relations, workplace ethics, and employee rights in the workplace. In addition to a review of current developments and best practices, the course will cover collective bargaining, union organizing, disability law, privacy, and employment litigation.
Lead class lectures, instructional activities, and classroom discussion.
Monitor and address student concerns and inquiries.
Evaluate, grade student work and assessments.
Conduct office hours.
Columbia University SPS operates under a scholar-practitioner faculty model, which enables students to learn from faculty members that possess outstanding academic training as well as a record of accomplishment as practitioners in an industry setting.
Graduate degree, with a preference for a JD or PhD, in a discipline that is relevant to the course.
Professional experience and demonstrated success as a leader in the People, Human Resources (HR), or Human Capital function of a medium- to large-sized organization.
Experience leading or contributing to large-scale organizational transformations and the development of enterprise-wide solutions.
Preferred Skills & Experience
10+ years of professional experience in a role related to HCM.
Experience as a corporate General Counsel.
Diverse industry/sector experience.
2+ years of teaching experience, ideally at the graduate level.
Additional Information Please submit a resume inclusive of university teaching experience.
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