American Management Association Intl.

Faculty - Project Management (Arlington, Atlanta, Chicago, New York, San Francisco)

11 months ago(2/27/2017 10:18 AM)


AMA is currently seeking independent contractors as Project Manager Faculty (Instructors) with the following background:

  • Minimum of 10 years hands-on project management experience
  • Minimum of 5 years teaching project management related topics and content to business professionals in a classroom setting (ILT/online/blended)
  • Ability to serve as a subject matter expert (SME) for course development or client customized training
  • PMP certification Required
  • Excellent platform and public speaking skills
  • Engaging presentation style a must
  • Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred
  • Background in IT or systems engineering a definite plus


Preference is given to candidates residing in Arlington, Chicago, or San Francisco.  Must be willing to travel.  

For more information about this opportunity, please see

AMA's Project Management Courses & Seminars at


AMA's Faculty webpage at


American Management Association ( is a world leader in talent development, advancing the skills of individuals to drive business success.

AMA’s approach to improving performance combines experiential learning—“learning through doing”—with opportunities for ongoing professional growth at every step of one’s career journey. AMA supports the goals of individuals and organizations through a complete range of products and services, including seminars, Webcasts and podcasts, conferences, corporate and government solutions, business books and research.

Organizations worldwide, including the majority of the Fortune 500, turn to AMA as their trusted partner in professional development and draw upon its experience to enhance skills, abilities and knowledge with noticeable results from day one.


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