The School of International Graduate Studies (SIGS) at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) seeks applicants for one or more intermittent adjunct lecturers for primarily mobile and resident short courses for international participants. Successful candidate(s) will be responsible for teaching graduate level Cyber Operations integration related courses in support of the Institute for Security Governance. For information about the Institute educational programs see https://instituteforsecuritygovernance.org Teaching assignments may include mobile and resident teaching. In-person, resident, one or two week courses are taught on the NPS campus in Monterey, California and one or two week duration mobile courses are taught at locations around the world. The successful candidate must be capable and ready to travel to foreign locations, some remote, to teach in national or regional cyber strategy development related courses for Allies and partners. Intermittent refers to a work schedule that is less than full-time and is scheduled irregularly to meet specific instructional tasks or deliverables. The duration of employment is dependent on continuous external funding, and could terminate on a short notice. The level of compensation will be determined by qualifications and experience of the candidate.
Applicants should have completed an advanced degree (doctoral preferred) in an academic discipline such as global affairs, security studies, or political science as it applies to national security strategy in the cyber domain. Practical expertise gained during an assignment to an operational cyber command, such as USCYBERCOM or a service component command is mandatory. Demonstrated superior teaching performance and experience with short graduate-level mobile and resident courses is desired. Experience in professional military education in the areas of curriculum development and teaching in the subject area is required. At a minimum, the successful candidate will teach course modules in cyber domain, cyber operations integration, developing cyber plans and orders, and cyber risk management and conduct table top exercises in multi-domain operations. The candidate will work with the Cyber Program manager to design courses and develop supportive instructional presentations or exercises.
Consideration of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Please email a cover letter, current CV, three letters of recommendation or contact information for references, and recent teaching evaluations to:
Mr. Andrew P. Boerlage, Associate Dean, School of International Graduate Studies at email@example.com; phone number: (831) 656-3791Dean, SIGS
We are accepting applications through August 31, 2019. Teaching assignments may begin as early as October 2019.
An advanced degree (doctoral preferred) in an academic discipline such as global affairs, security studies, or political science as it applies to national security strategy in the cyber domain.
Practical expertise gained during an assignment to an operational cyber command, such as USCYBERCOM or a service component command.
Demonstrated ability to teach cyber domain, cyber operations integration, developing cyber plans and orders, and cyber risk management, and conduct table top exercises in multi-domain operations.
Proven teaching effectiveness (either as a dedicated course or within a broader course)
Experience in professional military education in the areas of curriculum development and teaching in the subject area.
NPS is the nation’s premier defense-related graduate university. NPS offers competitive compensation with salaries that are commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The Naval Postgraduate School is an equal opportunity employer. For additional information about NPS, please refer to the website at http://www.nps.edu. This is a federal government employment position. For additional information about federal government employment, please refer to the website at http://www.opm.gov .
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...). Veteran’s preference is treated as a positive merit factor for NPS faculty positions.
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