The Department of Public and Environmental Affairs seeks applicants to teach a variety of undergraduate courses in person and online for majors in Public Administration and Organizational Leadership (formerly ILS, Integrated Leadership Studies). The two majors include a variety of common courses and support certificates in Nonprofit Management and Emergency Management. Applicants with scholarly interests and an ability to teach courses in the field of Nonprofit Management are especially encouraged to apply.
Specifically, the individual accepting this position will teach courses in the areas of organizational behavior, organizational leadership, human resources and risk management, and nonprofit management. Additional course topics could include the following, depending on the candidate’s interests and expertise: fundraising and grant-seeking, nonprofit financial management, marketing, board and governance, philanthropy, ethical leadership, and executive leadership.
Through the Department’s Center for Public Affairs, the individual may have the opportunity to conduct community and public policy research, offer professional continuing education, and involve students in service-learning through high impact student experiences. The Department has a strong local internship program with its surrounding public and nonprofit organizations.
To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, March 19, 2018.