I' am interested in remote Operations / logistics positions. I am also interested in online teaching in the areas of management and leadership.
For online teaching, beyond a job, consider using Udemy and others to create your own courses.
It would help get targeted advice, if you either provide more details or narrow down the fields of expertise and mention those.
All the best
Also, don't overlook teaching at your local community colleges. They hire adjunct professors. Check out their websites to see courses that you would be interested and qualified to teach, then look for their application process and sign-up. I have done this multiple times with good success and have taught technical as well as a few business classes. You should also create a search profile within LinkedIn for these types of positions.
In regards to securing an Adjunct Professor position, here's my $0.02: cultivate a relationship, ideally through mutual contacts with the Academic Department Chairperson. This is the key decision-maker as to Adjunct assignments.
As you may be aware, compensation for such a position is modest at best; it's more about prestige. If you aren't able to work angles within your network to have a warm handoff orchestrated, I suggest conducting an advance LinkedIn search and reaching out to Adjuncts at universities/colleges you are interested in to schedule informational interviews and cultivate a relationship toward this goal.
Depending on the institution of higher learning they may ask for a dossier (instead of merely a resume) so you may wish to begin putting one together.
I hope this helps and good luck on your journey!
Hi Sargeant Vann,
Thank you for serving our country!
There are two web site that I know of that list remote positions exclusively, Virtual Vocations and FlexJobs. You have to pay a membership fee for both but they vet their listing ti make sure that they are real jobs. Of course, you can search for specific positions, too. The membership fee for FlexJobs is $29.95 for three months.
As for teaching, you might try You Tube, too. If enough people view your videos, it might be a good start for teaching. You'll need to research this idea a bit but there are people creating instructional videos out there.
Good luck. I hope you find what you are looking for.
I interviewed there once, for a position at Rutgers, NJ, but never got scheduled due to conflict in timing.
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