We seek an energetic and dynamic scholar, at the advanced Assistant Professor (tenure-track) or Associate Professor (tenured) level, with the ability and willingness to teach graduate courses in public management, nonprofit management, or budgeting. This exciting opportunity is planned to be the first of two hires in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration over two years and these positions will complement the strengths of existing faculty in the areas of public policy, urban politics, and urban planning.
The ideal candidate will have strong teaching skills, experience in online education, and be well positioned to play a vital role in program governance and curriculum development. In addition, preferred qualifications include experience mentoring underrepresented minority students. The new faculty member will be expected to teach graduate courses in public management, nonprofit management, budgeting, and related public administration courses. Teaching undergraduate service courses such as American National Government may be required subject to programmatic demands. Important job duties for this position also include rebuilding linkages with local governments and nonprofits, interacting with external constituents, and coordinating internships. As such, the department is committed to balancing research, service, and teaching obligations in terms of workload.
Candidates must hold a PhD in public administration or in a related field. Candidates at the assistant professor level should have teaching experience and a solid record of peer-reviewed publication. Candidates at the associate professor level should have a peer-reviewed publication, service and teaching record that qualifies for tenure immediately. Experience with NASPAA accreditation is also desirable.
The following documents are required: a letter of application, CV, evidence of teaching success, transcripts, and a representative sample of published work. In addition, submit three letters of recommendation to the search committee chair Dr. Jami Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org). Review of applications will begin on February 21, 2019. The position will start on August 19, 2019. Questions may be addressed to Dr. Jami Taylor.
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Situated in the heart of the Midwest, Toledo, Ohio is a convergence of highways, railways and waterways that have long made Toledo a transportation hub. Located at the intersection of I-75 and I-80/90, the two busiest highways in the country, Toledo is where things get built. Smart things like solar panels and biotech. Iconic things like Jeep® brand SUVs and Libbey glass; home to several corporate entities – Owens Corning, Owens Illinois, Dana Corporation, Jeep and First Solar. Strengths in bioscience, agribusiness, transportation and logistics, result in a thriving arts and cultural scene with diverse career opportunities and growth for our region.
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The University of Toledo was founded in 1872 as the Toledo University of Arts and Trades, and became a municipa...l university in 1884. The University of Toledo is a nationally recognized, state-supported, comprehensive metropolitan university. It is an institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission that offers 143 undergraduate, 170 masters, 55 doctoral and first professional degree programs, and 11 specialist degree programs. The institution, first and foremost, is a dynamic, scholarly community of teachers, researchers and learners, with undergraduate and graduate education and research being the University’s highest priorities. The University is located in northwest Ohio in the city of Toledo and has a main campus that houses the majority of its undergraduate students and academic colleges, a health science campus that houses the Colleges of Medicine and Life Sciences, Nursing, and Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; a campus at the Toledo Museum of Art for the College of Communication and the Arts; and others campuses that include the Lake Erie Center where water and fish environment research is conducted, the Arboretum, and the Scott Park campus where Toledo Early College for High School students take college classes.
The University of Toledo is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. The University is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women,