Vienna Campus Director
Assistant Professor in Business & Management


Vienna Campus Director

Assistant Professor in Business & Management

40 hours per week (including teaching)
Title of supervisor: Academic Director of Webster University
Member of: Academic Team


  • Teach 5 courses per Academic Year (divided over undergraduate and graduate) and supervise directed studies/internships/theses.
  • If requested to teach more courses or supervise additional directed studies/internships/theses per academic year, payment will be per additional course.
  • Support Head of Department/Program Coordinator in coordinating all graduate and undergraduate programs in the area of Business & Management.
  • Support Head of Department/Program Coordinator and Academic Director in recruiting and selecting new faculty for the department.
  • Communicate academic policies and procedures to students as well as faculties in the area of Business & Management.
  • Advise graduate students in the area of Business & Management on academic related issues, and meet with them as needed.
  • Support faculty with course development, syllabi preparation, support materials, and online support tools – facilitate Examination Boards and Program Committees.
  • Support Webster recruitment efforts domestically and internationally, including online, global and intensive courses.
  • Build relationships with local and international corporations, with particular regard to finance and accounting.
  • Build relationships with other schools and organizations.
  • Review departmental faculty evaluations with Academic Director and Head of Department/Program Coordinator.
  • Coordinate with Webster University head office and other locations on a regular basis.
  • Attend faculty and mentor meetings, orientation and information sessions.
  • Carry out other duties as assigned by Academic Director and Head of Department/Program Coordinator.


  • PhD in Business/Management/Finance or equivalent
  • Teaching experience required.
  • Familiarity and experience with American Higher Education.
  • Management experience in Higher Education is desirable.
  • Strong English communication skills.
  • Strong networking skills.
  • International orientation

    To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to Margreeth van

Department of International Relations: Adjunct Faculty Vacancies - Graduate Program

The Department of International Relations at Webster University Leiden is seeking qualified instructors (PhDs) for the following courses in the upcoming Summer Term, May 22 – July 14, 2107:

1. INTL 5890 Terrorism in World Politics (3credits)
This course examines the causes and political responses to terrorism in world politics. Issues examined may include the origins and goals of major terrorist organizations, tensions that arise between protecting civil liberties and ensuring security when responding to terrorism, and how to distinguish between terrorism and other forms of violence.
The class meets on Thursdays, 6.00 pm – 10.00 pm + 1 irregular session (May 22 –July 14, 2017)

2. INTL 5645 Asian Area studies (3 credits)
This course examines the history, culture, politics, and economic systems of Asia.
The class meets on Tuesdays, 6.00 pm – 10.00 pm + 1 irregular session (May 22 –July 14, 2017)
Successful candidates should have a Ph.D. in International Relations/Political Science, or in complementary disciplines, such as Law, Economics, Philosophy, and History, with emphasis on International Relations or Comparative Politics.
A Master’s degree in International Relations/Political Science or complementary disciplines, with at least 18 credit hours of graduate teaching and at least 3 years of relevant work experience, will also be considered for this position.

To send your CV and cover letter, or for further inquiries, please contact: Dr. Nives Rumenjak at

Department of International Relations: Qualified Instructor for International Law Graduate Course

The International Relations Department at Webster University Leiden has a vacancy for a qualified instructor (PhD in International Law and/or extensive experience in the field) to teach International Law Graduate Course.

Course Definition: “This course introduces students to the field of international law and teaches them how it can be used to assess the acts and omissions of state and non-state actors. It covers sources of law, jurisdiction, international legal personality, diplomatic and consular law, the law of state responsibility, the relationship between international law and municipal law, peaceful settlement of disputes, and topics that may include the law related to the use of course, international humanitarian law, international human rights law, the law of the sea, and international environmental law. This course will require a close reading of primary and secondary source materials.”

 For more information, please contact Dr. Nives Rumenjak at 

Department of International Relations: Adjunct Faculty Vacancy to teach INTL 3100 International Political Economy

INTL 3100:  International Political Economy Explores, historically and conceptually, the theories and practices of international political economy. The course examines the interplay of politics and economics at the global level. It introduces students to ways of understanding the modern world system as a unity of international, political, and economic processes. Prerequisites: sophomore standing or above plus POLT 1050 or 6 credit hours of relevant political science, history, or international relations courses.

For more information please contact Dr. Islam Qasem:

Department of Business & Management: Adjunct Faculty Vacancies

The Department of Business and Management welcomes general adjunct teaching applications from distinguished individuals whose interests may align with Webster University the Netherlands’ academic plans.

Candidates who wish to apply for teaching courses in the undergraduate and graduate program are required to have at least 3 to 5 years recent experience in their specialized field, 3 years teaching experience at the university level and a graduate degree. Preference will be given to applicants who hold a doctoral degree.

For more information please contact Dr. Yang Fan: 

Please describe the area(s) below that you are interested in and submit your application. Your application will be kept on file for future reference if an opening becomes available in your area of interest.

Adjunct Faculty Positions:

  • Economics
  • Finance & Accounting
  • Mathematics & Statistics
  • Business & Management
  • Business Strategy
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources & Development
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Law & Trade
  • Operations, Supply Chain & Project/Program Management

Adjunct Faculty Hiring Process:

  • Send your CV and cover letter to the Head of the Department stating clearly your area of teaching interest and how this is related to your academic and/or industrial experience
  • Have an introductory interview by the Head of the Department
  • Have a procedures-and-polices meeting with the Academic Director
  • Give a short sample presentation to a class
  • Have a contractual meeting with the Faculty Coordinator
  • Be welcomed on board


Webster University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action educator and employer.  We are committed to maintaining a culturally and academically diverse faculty and staff of the highest caliber.  We strongly encourage applications from those who identify as diverse in terms of gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, and/or veteran status.