Department:Planning, Public Policy and Management Rank:Instructor Annual Basis:9 Month
Review of Applications Begins Applications will be reviewed as need arises and pool will remain active through October 31, 2017
Special Instructions to Applicants Please submit cover letter and resume/CV.
Department Summary The Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management (PPPM) offers 3 master’s programs, including Community and Regional Planning, Nonprofit Management, and Public Administration. The Community and Regional Planning program awards a MCRP and is accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board. The Public Administration program awards an MPA and is accredited by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA). The department also offers an undergraduate PPPM major, pre-PPPM major, and minors in PPPM and Nonprofit Administration (NPA). The department is home to 11 tenure-track faculty, 40 non-tenure track faculty, 130 graduate students and 120 undergraduate students.
Position Summary Instructors will teach graduate and undergraduate classes in community and regional planning, nonprofit management, public policy or public administration. Our intent is to establish a local teaching pool for possible appointments in urban planning, natural resource policy, education policy, local government management, human resource management, management information systems, financial management, health policy, equity and social justice, and other areas of planning, public administration, public policy, and nonprofit management. We seek candidates with the ability to work effectively with students, faculty, and staff from a variety of diverse backgrounds.
Minimum Requirements Master’s degree required, PhD preferred; in exceptional circumstances, a BA/BS degree and evidence of substantial professional experience may substitute for degree. Previous teaching experience in the course topics to be taught preferred.
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