Pool - Online Lecturer - 13978BR
Pool - Online Lecturer
Application materials will be reviewed by the faculty and placed in a pool for consideration for developing and teaching undergraduate or graduate courses in the School of Public Affairs & Administration consistent with departmental instructional needs. Applications will be accepted throughout the year.
Lecturers may teach in any academic program offered by the School of Public Affairs & Administration including:
• Undergraduate program in public administration
• Undergraduate program in law and society
• Master’s of Urban Planning (MUP) program
• Master’s of Public Administration (MPA) program
Course needs vary and include the following areas: Human Resources Management; Budgeting and Policy Analysis; Public Finance; Public Policy and Administration; Public Management; Organizational Analysis; Ethics; Quantitative Methods; Nonprofit Management; Organizational Change; Information Technology; Performance Management; Auditing; Law & Society; Urban Planning; Housing and Development; Sustainable Land Use Planning; Transportation; Electives related to the above topics.
The successful candidate must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins.
• Prepare for and attend all online class meetings. Provide timely feedback and instructor/student interaction in asynchronous online course format with occasions for online office hours and/or Q&A sessions. Regular weekly interaction is expected in online courses.
• Provide instruction for course(s). Classes can range from 8-16 weeks depending on programmatic needs. Class meetings will generally be asynchronous, but instructional expectations match those of the face-to-face experience.
• Administer assignments, tests, evaluate student work, provide timely feedback to students, and assign grades.
• Be available for students involved in classes taught. “Office hours” may include a set time where students can contact the instructor, but must also include expectations for timely responses to student inquiries outside of a set contact time.
• Adhere to departmental, college and university policies.
To teach undergraduate courses, applicants must meet one of the following criteria:
1. Possess a master’s degree in a related field
2. Possess a bachelor’s degree in a related field plus five (5) or more years of work experience directly related to specific area of instruction
To teach master’s courses, applicants must meet one of the following criteria:
1. Possess a PhD in a related field
2. Possess a master’s degree in a related field plus five (5) or more years of work experience directly related to the specific area of instruction
Additional Candidate Instructions
• A letter of application, including a list of courses the applicant is qualified to teach (https://kupa.ku.edu/class-offerings)
• A curriculum vitae
• The names and contact information (including email) for three professional references
Review of applications is ongoing and hires will be made as positions become available throughout the academic year.
Deadline/ Review Date: Ongoing
Estimated Start Date: Ongoing