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Hiring OrganizationNational Louis University – Chicago campus
Post NameHuman Resource Management Adjunct Instructor
Qualification Master’s degree or higher in Business, Management, or closely related field; OR Master’s degree or higher in a business-related field (such as Business, Management, Economics, Finance, etc.) with 18 graduate semester hours of coursework in Business or Management and a minimum of two years professional or management experience directly related to HR.
Employment TypePart Time
Work Hours4 Hours
Salary USD 30 To USD 33 Per Hour
Location ChicagoIllinoisUnited States 60603

National Louis University’s Undergraduate College is seeking Human Resource Management Adjunct Instructors to join our team to instruct: HRM 400 Human Resource Management

Who we are:

We are a team of dedicated educators who have been working together to build an amazing program that supports first-generation students with a focus on the holistic student. We work fearlessly to educate and retain our students.

As a result, we have exceeded national benchmarks through our approach to holistic coaching and data-driven, personalized instruction. Our educational model is student-focused, expects excellence, and provides personalized support in a data-driven environment, while grounded by pillars of continuous improvement and innovation to structure our work.

Who you are:

You are energetic and passionate about a diverse student body that includes many first-generation students. To be successful in teaching in this program, you must be committed to excellence in teaching and learning in Higher Education.

The position requires you to be agile, creative, and engaging while offering a new curriculum and an unparalleled experience to undergraduate students. Enthusiastic candidates have the belief that all students can be successful students. As an active team member, you believe in a supportive environment and a student-driven culture.

You will: Offer Best-in-Class Teaching and Learning.

You believe that your work has demonstrated your respect for education and the power that it holds. Each term, you will facilitate blended classes that utilize technology and data to drive instruction.

You will work with a dedicated team of Coaches and Instructors, Content Experts, and Data Analysts to determine how to personalize the learning experience for your students. In addition to teaching content, you will also encourage a growth mindset, increase non-cognitive skill development and nurture academic confidence.

You are ready to: Make an Impact.

Each and every day National Louis University changes lives. You want to be a part of that meaningful innovation. You are someone that will always look for creative ways for students to earn success. We know this work is challenging, but we are in it together.


Ownership and Quality of Work: Effectively manages own work, ensuring timely delivery of high-quality work within a fast-paced environment. Organizational Commitment: Passionate, energetic, and driven to make a difference.

Acts with honesty, integrity, and professionalism; Self-reflective, focused on development, and makes regular progress on development areas; Learns from mistakes and setbacks; Is adaptable and welcomes change.

Upward Management: Engages at the appropriate level with supervisor in defining desired outcomes, providing status updates, and obtaining input as to ongoing project direction and process.

Keeps commitments and meets deadlines without the need for reminders; Proactively shares information in a timely manner. Collaboration: Works with colleagues, from across the organization, toward achieving common goals by sharing knowledge, learning, and building consensus.

Proactively identifies relevant stakeholders and engages colleagues as needed to achieve goals. Communication: Uses effective written and oral communication with internal staff, teams, the community served, and partners; demonstrates empathy and listening.



Demonstrate excellence in teaching:

  • Collaborate with the faculty team to develop an effective student experience for students.
  • Facilitate courses by delivering engaging instruction in a blended or remote, synchronous classroom environment.
  • Empower students to develop competency by sharing a passion for the subject and skills being taught.
  • Utilize technology-based teaching platforms, including but not limited to an adaptive courseware engine to aid students in the development of competencies.
  • Communicate professionally and relate well.

Demonstrate, maintain, and continuously strengthen content expertise:

  • Maintain current and active content knowledge in the expertise area that is reflected in instruction.
  • Possess appropriate expertise as demonstrated by appropriate credentials.
  • Maintain current knowledge of the field.
  • Promote student success with proactive, high expectations, high support approach:
  • Demonstrate and share a passion for postsecondary success for diverse learners and for teaching.
  • Demonstrate flexibility in delivery and work schedule to provide personalized student support (includes but is not limited to office hours).
  • Identify gaps between student needs and existing resources and services; generate creative resolutions.
  • On-campus presence on days when not teaching.

Engage in data-driven instruction and student support planning:

  • Track student course data weekly in multiple university data systems as needed.
  • Engage in regular data-driven planning meetings with faculty, coaches, and support specialists to report student progress and obstacles and to plan student support interventions.
  • Engage in regular content area team meetings with peer faculty to review curriculum
  • plans, determine implications of student data, and plan curriculum revisions.
  • Participate in continuous improvement of UGC curriculum.
  • Actively document and share suggestions for curriculum revision with lead faculty to support ongoing revision/enhancement of the UGC curriculum.

Commit to continuous improvement of self and colleagues (i.e., professional development):

  • Create, attend and actively participate in training opportunities provided in online and in-person settings.
  • Contribute to a learning culture by participating on committees, supporting local campus events such as orientation and graduation, and participating in various other workshops and meetings.


  • Passionate about working with a highly diverse student body.
  • Excellent facilitation and classroom management skills.
  • Keeps student records updated according to expected guidelines.
  • Agile and creative in pedagogy and student support.
  • Prepared, yet flexible.
  • Empathetic, yet structured.
  • Ability to differentiate instruction and support based on student needs.
  • Ability to consistently connect instruction to its real-world relevance, tying in concepts and theories in the classroom to students’ current and future work experiences and highlighting immediate applicability.
  • Willing to pursue and support students in multiple modalities.
  • Technology proficiency, including experience with digital tools for teaching, and teaching in either online or blended/hybrid formats.
  • Willing and able to use data to inform instruction.
  • Effective adult collaboration skills, able to work in teams to support student success.
  • Experience using a learning management system. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Experienced educators who EXPECT and DESIRE to grow pedagogically.


  • Master’s degree or higher in Business, Management, or closely related field; OR Master’s degree or higher in a business-related field (such as Business, Management, Economics, Finance, etc.) with 18 graduate semester hours of coursework in Business or Management and a minimum of two years professional or management experience directly related to HR.
  • Experience with digital tools for teaching, teaching in either online or blended/hybrid formats is required.
  • Teaching to students of diverse backgrounds and abilities is strongly preferred.
    Spanish-English bilingual or experience teaching English Language Learners is a plus.

HRM 400 Human Resource Management

This course provides the foundation of theories and practices of human resource management (HR) in supporting organizational effectiveness. Students explore major topics in human resources such as recruiting and compensation.

Employee relations, performance management, talent development, and organizational culture. Coverage includes HR’s role in emphasizing equal opportunity and diverse workplaces, as well as the role of strategic and global human resources.

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