The Center for Advanced Governmental Studies of the Advanced Academic Programs of Johns Hopkins University, based in Washington, D.C., is seeking a full-time, non-tenure track faculty member. Â The Center is comprised of seven master's degree and five graduate certificate programs.Â This includes the following programs:Â MA in Government, MS in Government Analytics, MA in Public Management, MA in Global Security Studies; Certificate in Intelligence; Certificate in Science, Technology, and International Security; and the Certificate in Nonprofit Management.Â These programs educate students who wish to apply rigorous academic concepts to policy-related careers.
The person hired for this new faculty position will be an academic coordinator for the Center and will teach 5 courses per year.Â Other responsibilities of this position will include speaking with prospective students, serving on admissions committees, advising students, reviewing capstone or thesis papers prior to defense, assisting with the recruitment of adjunct faculty, and external representation of the Center as directed by the Director for the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies.
This position has a 12-month renewable contract. Review of applications for the position will begin immediately for a start date of July 1, 2019.
The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in political science in the area of American or comparative politics and teaching experience in any of the following subfields:Â the study of political institutions, survey methods and public opinions, parties and elections, democracy studies, international development, security studies, cyber policy, or public policy analysis.Â Practitioner experience in government, government consulting or politics is especially desirable and online teaching experience is preferred. Â
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Internal Number: A-60035-2
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