Embry Riddle Aeronautical University seeks a Homeland Security faculty member to teach and develop courses in risk analysis, critical infrastructure protection, law and policy, and other homeland security related disciplines.
The preferred candidate should have two or more years teaching experience in higher education and an earned doctorate in Law, Public Administration, Public Policy, Risk Analysis/Management or Emergency Management, International Affairs, or a discipline closely related to Homeland Security.
Embry Riddle seeks a faculty member to teach in the newly formed SSIA Department and development courses in risk analysis, critical infrastructure protection, environmental security, and strategic planning within the context of a well established homeland security program. Field or research experience in homeland security oriented risk management or public administration is strongly preferred. Primary tasks include course development, teaching courses, and relationship building with external organizations and agencies, and internship management and advising. Teaching obligations include 12 undergraduate credit hours per semester with possible graduate and online obligations. Teaching areas require flexibility in order to cover a variety of HS related courses. Other essential duties include scholarship, general curriculum development, and committee participation as well as duties designed to support the homeland security program and the SSIA department. This is a nine month position, renewed annually, with the possibility of summer teaching assignments.