IDP, LECTURER, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND HOMELAND SECURITY
The Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions is seeking applications for a Lecturer to teach in our MA in Emergency Management and Homeland Security program. This is a full-time, benefits-eligible, non-tenure track, academic-year (9 month) faculty position.
Lecturers are fixed-term faculty members with the possibility of year-to-year employment at ASU based on continued excellent performance, the needs of the institution, and availability of funding. Because the incumbent must be physically present on our campuses in the metropolitan Phoenix area, this faculty position is not appropriate for people who seek to telecommute.
Responsibilities include teaching, service responsibilities, supervising supplemental kinds of student learning, professional development, and/or administrative duties related to teaching. The number of courses is contingent upon needs, funding and sufficient enrollment. Salary is based upon qualifications and assigned teaching load.
The Watts College of Public Services and Community Solutions has a student body of over 7,122 undergraduate and graduate students, with over 57 percent students of color. We are fully committed to a culturally diverse faculty and student body. Watts attracts a growing and diverse array of students motivated by the promise of public service and drawn to the unique opportunity of an interdisciplinary public affairs education. For more information about the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, please visit https://publicservice.asu.edu.
- Master’s degree in homeland security, emergency management, or a closely related field is required.
- Demonstrated experience teaching at the graduate and/or undergraduate education level.
- Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
- PhD degree in homeland security, emergency management, or a closely related field is required.
- Homeland security specialization.
- Demonstrated experience teaching in varying modalities (e.g., in-person, online, hybrid).
- Demonstrated experience teaching or training within a public sector organization.
- Excellent English written and verbal communication skills.
To apply please see https://publicservice.asu.edu/content/jobs. Candidates will be asked to submit the following through their Interfolio Dossier. Complete application materials must contain the following items:
- A letter of application no more than 3 pages, which includes
- your interest in the Lecturer position and professional experience relative to the required and desired qualifications.
- Please indicate if you are available to teach both in-person and online classes;
- A paragraph summarizing your experience and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion;
- A current curriculum vitae/professional resume that details your educational and professional history, as well as your complete contact information (mailing address, phone number, and email address);
- Information for three professional references (name, organization, position title, email and phone number); At least one reference needs to be a current and/or past supervisor.
The initial application deadline is May 30th, 2021 3:00p.m. Arizona; Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis for a reserve pool. Applications in the reserve pool may then be reviewed in the order in which they were received until the position is filled.
The Watts College of Public Services and Community Solutions has a student body of
over 7,122 undergraduate and graduate students, with over 57 percent students of
color. (Insert School Initials) is fully committed to a culturally diverse faculty and student
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Federal Contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified
applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected
veteran status, or any other basis protected by law.
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