Job description

PEOI, a provider of university level courses free of charge, seeks authors with a background in teaching or work experience, who would like to join a group of colleagues developing a course in Corporate Taxation and numerous other courses in national and international taxation subjects.
You are welcome to work on chapter text, cases, assignments, reading lists, summaries, class discussions, review and test questions, as well as research, examples, statistics and citations. All PEOI's course pages are in HTML. You will not be responsible for any HTML code, but only for the text in between. Content can be imported from open education resources, i.e. material that is not copyright restricted such as in Wikipedia or courseware at major universities. You must have the skills to locate and import such material.
Depending on your qualifications you may be called upon to grade assignments, monitor class discussions or answer student questions.
An advanced university degree is required. Teaching at a university or work experience in a related field is desirable. You must possess advanced computer skills since all work is done online, and you must learn how to navigate PEOI's platform and master PEOI's online procedures. Please submit your CV. Once you have been selected, you must register at PEOI and show your qualifications. PEOI's courses are normally first written in English, therefore you must have studied these subjects in English.
PEOI is a non-profit organization started in 1999, and now run by over 10,000 volunteers, that delivers complete university level courses online in eleven languages free of charge.
Help disadvantaged students and aspiring professionals improve their lives by giving them a university education and contribute to economic development of the country in which they live.

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PEOI, Professional Education Organization International, is a non-profit organization US IRS 501(c)(3) started in 1999, and now run by over 100... Read more

Refreshed on: 13 September 2020
Closing date: 28 October 2020
Tags: Finance, Teaching
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