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Adjunct Instructor - Program Evaluation

Carnegie Mellon University
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Salary Not Specified
Date posted
Apr 17, 2024

Job Details


The Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University seeks an adjunct instructor to teach graduate students in the Master of Science in Public Policy & Management Washington DC track program. The program seeks to prepare masters students for careers and impact in public policy, government, international development and management. Courses are taught at our campus in Washington DC. We seek candidates for the following course: Program Evaluation.

This course is an advanced methods course integral to our Policy Analysis concentration and is taught to second year Heinz College public policy graduate students in Washington DC. We seek an accomplished practitioner with experience and broad understanding of the evaluation field as it relates to the US Federal Government and/or nonprofit organizations.

The course is a full semester (16 weeks) in length during the fall semester, and is taught in the evenings or on Fridays depending on instructor availability. Adjunct instructors need to be available to develop, organize and deliver course materials and assessments, respond to inquiries, meet with students as needed, and provide timely and relevant feedback.

The salary range for this position is $8,000 - $10,000 per semester.

  • Accomplished practitioner or academic with at least 10 plus years direct experience or research in the field.
  • Master’s or PhD degree in relevant fields preferred
  • Recent experience in teaching graduate level or professional courses is preferred.
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