Director of the Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility

and Non-Tenure-Track Clinical Instructor in Social Enterprise


Quinlan School of Business

Loyola Chicago


Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business invites applicants for a non-tenure-track, full-time position that combines the opportunities of Center Director and Clinical Instructor in Social Enterprise, starting in Fall 2017. Named in honor of Fr. Raymond C. Baumhart, SJ, Loyola’s 21st President, the interdisciplinary Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility seeks to advance the cause of social enterprise through education, research, and community involvement. This position requires visionary leadership and exemplary teaching in social enterprise.


The Quinlan School is seeking to elevate the profile of the Baumhart Center, and applicants should demonstrate the potential to contribute to the Jesuit mission of Loyola University Chicago and its Strategic Plan 2020: Building a More Just, Humane, and Sustainable World.  The ideal applicant would hold teaching and administrative experience in social enterprise, social entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, or a related field.  This full-time Clinical Instructor appointment may be made at the Senior or Executive Lecturer level, depending on qualifications.


Qualifications for the position include a master’s degree or a doctorate in business or a related field, as well as administrative experience in a setting related to social enterprise.  Prior experience in conceiving and directing educational programming is valuable. Demonstrated teaching skills in social enterprise, social entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, or a related field are desired.


More information about the position and how to apply may be found at: Interested applicants should submit all required materials electronically through this website. Review of applications is underway and will continue until the position is filled.


Loyola University Chicago is an Equal Opportunity employer with a strong commitment to hiring for our mission and to diversifying our faculty.  We especially welcome applications from women, minority candidates, and individuals with experience in working with underrepresented students.


Inquiries may be addressed to Dr. Anne H. Reilly, Professor of Management and Search Chair, at


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