Adjunct Lecturer - MA in Public Management
Johns Hopkins University
The Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) unit of the Kreiger School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins University is seeking an adjunct lecturer for the Masters of Arts in Public Management program in the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies. This is a part-time position for an individual with expertise in financial management in federal and/or state and local government. The job entails teaching both an online and on-campus (in Washington, DC) version of the course “Financial Management for the Public Sector” (subject to university needs).
As the nation’s oldest and one of the most prestigious research universities, Johns Hopkins founded the Public Management program in 2011 through the Kreiger School of Arts and Sciences and AAP. AAP provides high-quality master’s degrees and post-baccalaureate education to students in the mid-Atlantic region and those further at a distance using online course delivery. AAP currently offers master’s degrees and graduate certificate programs for graduate students at its Washington, DC Center as well as its Montgomery County and Baltimore, MD, and online. AAP enrolls approximately 3000 part-time graduate students and is looking to aggressively grow its programs.
The Adjunct Lecturer will have the following instructional responsibilities:
- Develop an online version of the course “Financial Management for the Public Sector” (There is a one-time payment for the development of this course).
- Teach an online version of “Financial Management for the Public Sector” at least once per academic year (Adjunct faculty are compensated on a per course basis subject to university needs).
- Teach an on-campus version of the course “Financial Management for the Public Sector” at least once per academic year (Adjunct faculty are compensated on a per course basis subject to university needs).
- Work with AAP staff and program faculty to ensure the delivery of a quality version of the course “Financial Management for the Public Sector”
The ideal candidate will have a graduate degree in a field related to public finance, economics, or public administration. Work experience in financial management in government or the nonprofit sector is a plus. Prior teaching and advising experience, preferably at the graduate level is preferable. A successful candidate would ideally be able to begin work January, 2017.
The position will remain open until filled; however, for best consideration please apply by November 15, 2017. Submit the following: (a) a cover letter; (b) curriculum vitae; (c) list of 3 references with names, titles, institutions, email addresses, and telephone numbers. The selected candidate will be expected to undergo a background check and to submit proof of educational attainment. .
Questions about the search can be directed to the search committee chair, Paul Weinstein Jr, Advanced Academic Programs, Johns Hopkins University, at email@example.com.
About Johns Hopkins University
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