Professor (Naval Studies)

https://www.usajobs.gov/job/626988400

You will serve as a PROFESSOR (NAVAL STUDIES) in the NAVAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE of NAVAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE.

  • You will prepare online lectures and manage online instruction to support core curriculum, in the fields of naval history, international relations, comparative politics, American government, and related national maritime policy and naval strategy.
  • You will teach 12 courses per year: Course load of 1-2 courses per session, for a total of 4 in each semester (two sessions each), and one in the summer.
  • You will work with instructional design team, builds course modules, revises them based on assessment and evaluation data, and ensures all materials are up-to-date.
  • You will provide overall direction and management of the core curriculum to include planning course; developing course syllabi, readings and other instructional materials; and directing work of a dozen or more adjunct seminar leaders.
  • You will plan, develop, and teach elective courses addressing naval and military studies, American public policy, international affairs and naval history.
  • You will develop and interact with network of subject matter experts and align curriculum with those of other members and participate in development of future education policies and plans.
  • You will serve as faculty advisor to students in academic program decisions, in selection of topics for individual and group research, in research methods, and the preparation of papers and oral presentations.
  • You will promote careful analysis of policy issues, freedom of expression, sensitivity to the broad aspects of complex problems underlying the formulation of policy and strategy, and development of oriented policy recommendations.
  • You will provide general academic advising and guidance to students to ensure they make successful progress through the program of study, and refers students to available support resources.
  • You will conduct research and publishes in relevant venues on matters of international affairs, developments in areas of naval history specialization, American government, and military/naval affairs
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