The Martin School of Public Administration is currently seeking an associate professor. This position will be a practitioner scholar, and will be a non-tenure track appointee with an initial one year appointment, with a renewable appointment thereafter in two year increments. The clinical professor filling this position will be responsible for meeting with counterparts in Korea and other Pacific Rim nations to inform them of MS programs and recruit participants for the MS IPPMI programs as well as the MS graduate programs.
In addition, the person holding this position will be responsible for designing and implementing tailored executive education programs and serving as instructor for non-degree certificate programs of the IPPMI. The position is also responsible for organizing and overseeing field -based training that includes coordination with agencies and professionals who have careers similar to the executive management trainees in the IPPMI executive management programs. The person filling this position will also be responsible for working with federal, state, and local government agencies and staff in insuring the off-campus components of the executive training programs meet MS standards and are effectively carried out. The clinical professor may also serve as a temporary instructor in other MS professional education programs as appropriate.
IEBC (Internal Employee Being Considered)