Visiting Professor - Sales and Cross Culture Negotiation course
Job no: 582594
Work type: Casual/Sessional (Short Term)
Location: Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh
Categories: Teaching, Education
Seeking an experienced Visiting Professor to deliver course relating to a course in Sales and Cross Culture Negotiation, for delivery in February 2020. The delivery of the course will be in 1 month, including 4 days face-to-face intensive in Vietnam.
RMIT ASIA GRADUATE CENTRE
RMIT Vietnam is committed to transforming the future through education and research. The RMIT Asia Graduate Centre contributes to this mission by developing and delivering benchmark postgraduate programs that meet the needs of the business, government and corporate sectors. Offering quality, flexibility and diversity, our master’s degree programs build global leaders and strategic thinkers who can solve real problems in a business environment. Our highly reputable Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) programs are well-established in Vietnam and are complemented by the Master of International Business (MIB). The Centre also provides leadership in the fields of research, consultancy and governance in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.
RMIT Vietnam, an entity of RMIT University, has campuses in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. We provide internationally recognised, high-quality, education and professional training for students, clients and the community, and assist in the development of human resources capability in Vietnam and the region by hosting students from Australia and many other countries. All degree programs are recognised by the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) and are subject to regulation by the Australian Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). RMIT Vietnam is an English speaking university.
- All Academic employees must hold a relevant doctorate in a business related discipline.
- Teaching experience at the graduate level preferred.
- Must meet Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) requirements, all non-Vietnamese academic candidates must have at least 5 years relevant experience, teaching in a University environment.
- English is the language of teaching and communication at RMIT Vietnam. For this role, the minimum requirement is IELTS 7.0 (or equivalent) for non-native English speakers.
COURSE DELIVERY AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Courses are delivered face-to-face in a one-time intensive weekend format (Friday-Monday, 8:30 am-6pm) either both campuses. Visiting Professors are expected to review the course content in Canvas prior to course delivery and to comply with the Learning Outcomes specified in the Course Guide (syllabus) associated with the course. Guidance and support for Canvas will be provided by the respective RAGC Program Lead (MBA or MIB program) and/or Head of Department. Visiting Professors are also required to be available to students remotely during the 12-week term within which the intensive weekend resides in order to mark assessments and provide feedback to students when appropriate. Final grades must be submitted based on the published RMIT Academic Calendar.
Course Outline_Sales and Cross-Cultural Negotiations.pdf
The gross remuneration* for the Visiting Professor will be as follows:
- For one intensive course: US$9,225**
For other teaching accommodations, remuneration will vary.
* A 20% withholding tax will be applied pursuant to Vietnamese regulations.
** Coverage of visa fee, flight, accommodation is included in the above remuneration packages.
HOW TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST
To register your interest in our Visiting Professor opportunities please click on the link.
Please direct any questions to: Dr Steven Clarke, RMIT Asia Graduate Centre (RAGC), at firstname.lastname@example.org
Advertised: SE Asia Standard Time
Applications close: SE Asia Standard Time
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