The Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Program in the L.
Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs is
recruiting a pool of applicants for the Spring 2022 semester and
onward for possible adjunct teaching positions. The pool will be
accessed as openings arise and the Program will contact persons in
the pool whose credentials match our teaching needs. Your
credentials will remain active for one year from this position’s
posting date. After that time, if you are still interested in
adjunct teaching, you must reapply to the pool. Note, we are unable
to hire applicants who are not already in the pool.
Teaching courses as needed.
Ability to successfully teach both in-person and online.
Must grade all assignments and exams in a timely manner.
Ability to consistently respond to student inquiries within 24
Ability to submit final grades according to school and university
Master’s degree and experience in homeland security, emergency
preparedness, or a related field. Demonstrated experience working
in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff and student environment
or commitment to do so as an employee at VCU.
Experience teaching at the collegiate level. Knowledge and
experience in the areas of Cybersecurity,
Legal/Constitutional/Ethical issues is desirable.
All applications should include a cover letter, and detailed resume
or curriculum vitae, with the names and contact information of
three professional references. A resume or curriculum vitae does
not take the place of work experiences on the application.
“Virginia Commonwealth University is an equal opportunity,
affirmative action university providing access to education and
employment without regard to race, color, religion, national
origin, age, sex, political affiliation, veteran status, genetic
information, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender
expression, or disability”.
Salary Range: Minimum $1,200.00 per credit
Department: Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
Employment Type: AJ - Adjunct
Restricted Status: No
Exemption Status: Non-Exempt