The Graduate School of Business and Public Policy (GSBPP) at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) seeks applicants for a non-tenure track faculty position to serve as Director of Instructional Technology and teach various business and public policy courses. Rank is open and will be commensurate with candidate’s qualifications and experience.
NPS provides graduate education to military officers of the uniformed services, Department of Defense civilians, and members of the international defense community. This faculty position serves as the GSBPP Director of Instructional Technology for both resident and distance learning courses, and is also assigned teaching responsibilities. Candidates with significant instructional technology experience and teaching expertise in business and public policy disciplines should apply. Teaching assignments could include a wide variety of topics depending on the candidate’s background, including but not limited to: managerial communications, organizational behavior, business ethics, department of defense acquisition, financial management, accounting, federal budgeting, cyber security.
NPS is located on the coast in Monterey, California, about 120 miles south of San Francisco. The Graduate School of Business and Public Policy has over 60 full-time faculty. The school’s five graduate programsare accredited by AACSB, NASPAA, or both. Additional information about our programs and faculty can be found at http://www.nps.edu/Academics/Schools/GSBPP/index.html
A Masters degree in a business-related field from a regionally accredited university
Experience providing oversight and leadership in course design and delivery
Knowledge of emerging trends in pedagogy and effective use of technology for teaching and learning
Experience with design and teaching distance-learning courses
Experience managing instructional technology resources including budgeting and personnel
Experience teaching graduate students or mid-level managers
U.S. Citizenship required
Must be able to complete and successfully pass a security background investigation
Additional qualifications preferred but not required:
EdD in Instructional Technology
Demonstrated ability to conduct instructional technology related research
Applications should include the following:
Current curriculum vitae
Evidence of teaching effectiveness in a particular business or public policy discipline
Evidence of instructional technology qualification and experience
Applications will be accepted starting immediately and through November 30.
Applications should be sent to:
Dean William Gates
Masters (or higher) level transcripts will be required of candidates following interviews.
This announcement will close on December 31, 2018.
The Naval Postgraduate School is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
NOTE: IF YOU ARE A VETERAN, you are strongly encouraged to identify your Veterans’ Preference on your resume or elsewhere in your application package (type of preference, dates of service, date of VA letter, character of service, etc...)
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