The School of International Graduate Studies (SIGS) at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Monterey, California invites applications for 16 intermittent non-tenure track openings at the rank of Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in support of its Regional Security Education Program (RSEP).
Minimum Qualifications: Following are the minimum and desired qualifications:
Master’s Degree in a related field or discipline; Ph.D. preferred.
Demonstrated evidence of effectiveness in teaching and/or presenting analytical material to academic or policy-relevant audiences. Evidence of effective presentation to military audiences, including prior contributions to RSEP programs, is preferred.
Significant expertise in one or more of the regions and topic areas within the RSEP purview. These areas include, but are not limited to, the politics, culture, religion, political-military structures and international interactions of countries in the Middle East, Northeast and Southeast Asia, North and East Africa, South Asia, Russia and Europe, South America, and the Arctic region. In-country experience preferred.
Many RSEP programs provide education at sea to deploying naval groups and individual ships. Successful candidates must be physically able to meet the demands of teaching aboard naval vessels at sea. These demands include potentially working in confined and noisy environments, climbing steep ladders, and (if operationally necessary) flying as passengers aboard naval aircraft. These demands also include self-sufficient management of the logistical requirements of transit to and from the ships as well as ship-board living.
Responsibilities: RSEP adjunct faculty will work with RSEP staff and other NPS faculty to design, plan and deliver educational briefings on specific topics within the general areas of interest and expertise, tailored to deploying forces’ requirements. Preparation includes development of supportive instructional materials (e.g. PowerPoint presentations). Many briefings will be provided in at-sea programs during a deployment leg typically 10-14 days in duration. At-sea RSEP programs may involve one contributor or several contributors coordinating as a team. Some briefings may be provided for in-port programs of shorter duration. Preparation to travel to/from foreign locations is expected.
Successful candidates will be offered NPS intermittent faculty appointments. The level of faculty compensation will be determined by the qualifications and experience of the candidate. RSEP intermittent faculty appointments involve U.S. Navy training requirements. Candidates are responsible for satisfying any conflict-of-interest requirements entailed by other affiliations.
Please email or fax responses with a current vita/resume and cover letter to: Military Associate Dean, School of International Graduate Studies Naval Postgraduate School, 1 University Circle, Code 04, Monterey, CA 93943. Fax: (831) 656-1018. Email: email@example.com
Applications will be accepted through 15 June 2020.
U.S. Citizenship is required.
Relocation package, including recruitment/relocation incentive will not be authorized.
This position is eligible for telework.
Duty location will be negotiable upon selection.
NPS is the nation’s premier defense-related graduate university. NPS offers competitive compensation with salaries that are commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Applicants with foreign education will be required to select from a list of private organizations that are members of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. (NACES), which provide foreign education evaluations acceptable to NPS.
The Naval Postgraduate School is an equal opportunity employer. For additional information about NPS, please refer to the website at http://www.nps.edu.
NOTE: IF YOU ARE A VETERAN, Veteran’s preference is treated as a positive merit factor for NPS faculty positions. We strongly encourage you to indicate if you are a veteran in your application when applying to NPS positions and you must provide a copy of your signed DD-214 (member 4 copy), Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, or other acceptable documentation.
Are you a current active duty service member? If yes, you are required to submit a statement of service printed on command letterhead and signed by the command. The statement of service must provide the branch of service, rate/rank, all dates of service, the expected date of discharge and anticipated character of service (Honorable, General, etc.). Please note: you will be ineligible if your statement of service is not submitted with your application or it shows an expected discharge or release date greater than 120 days from the date of application.
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