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Walker School: Teaching Opportunities

The George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology is the cornerstone of Webster University's campus locations around the globe with over 13,000 students supported by almost 1,000 practitioner adjunct faculty members worldwide. The Walker School prides itself in providing our students with faculty who are experts in their fields of business, management, math and computer science. Our adjunct faculty are our partners in the classroom, integral to academic quality with a demonstrated commitment to the Walker School’s strategic vision.  

The Walker School is dedicated to the pursuit of academic excellence in teaching, is focused on combining theory and practice, and is committed to fostering real-world academic scholarship at our campuses.  We seek adjunct faculty who will bring their expertise from their industries directly into our classrooms and who demonstrate evidence of a strong commitment to teaching and learning.

If you are interested in an adjunct teaching position at the Walker School, please review the available positions in St. Louis and at extended campuses before completing the adjunct faculty application.  Our preferred applicants are doctorally or professionally qualified in their area of instruction and have both relevant teaching and extensive industry experience.  


In order to complete the application, please have the following information available to upload:

  • Cover Letter or Letter of Interest
  • Resume or Curriculum Vitae
  • Three references with contact details

Please Note: If your submitted application is moved forward for consideration, you will be contacted via email or phone directly by the respective department and/or campus regarding next steps.  Although we are accepting applications in certain disciplines and for certain campuses, we may not have an immediate need for someone with your background and experience.  Your information will stay on file and active.  Once fully approved, an applicant becomes part of a pool of approved faculty and will be considered for future assignment to appropriate courses.