10001534 Collegiate Traveling Faculty, Multiple Disciplines, Europe

Germany (DE)
Feb 27, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Collegiate Traveling Faculty

Multiple Disciplines


University of Maryland University College Europe


Location: Multiple locations throughout Europe




DEADLINE TO APPLY: 17 March 2017




PLEASE SUBMIT: A completed application package includes an updated resume, CV, cover letter, two supervisory letters of recommendation signed and dated within the last year, and unofficial transcripts for all conferred graduate degrees. Please be sure to complete the entire logistical questionnaire section within the online application. 




UMUC is a globally-focused university serving more than 80,000 students worldwide. It has been delivering education to the U.S. military installations in Europe for more than 65 years. UMUC seeks experienced faculty to travel and teach America’s soldiers, marines, airmen and sailors, and their family members, in degree programs at military installations in one or more of the following disciplines: 




  • Behavioral Science primarily in Psychology
  • Business (primarily in Economics and/or Marketing)
  • Computer Studies, Cybersecurity, and/or Information Systems
  • English/Writing
  • Foreign Languages (German)
  • History (US and Europe) and Government
  • Math and Statistics
  • Natural Science (Biology, Chemistry, and/or Geology)
  • Speech



New faculty selected for these one-year positions will teach a minimum of two class sections a session in on-base education centers in UMUC’s unique 8-week, 5-session academic calendar. With few exceptions, new faculty will live off-base and commute by car to their classes. Moving to new locations 1-2 times per year will be the norm. In most locations, full-privilege, base access cards will allow utilization of on-base gyms, commissaries, gas stations, convenience stores, shopping facilities (PX, BX or NEX), banks, libraries, travel/tour agencies, and post offices.  Faculty members are required to travel within the division, as needed. 




These position openings should be distinguished from “visiting professor” programs that are frequently used by overseas universities. These UMUC Europe faculty positions rely much more on a faculty member’s ability to function independently. 






UMUC is seeking professionals who can combine academic credentials and teaching experience with travel savvy, enthusiasm for educating our troops, and a passion for adventure. All positions require a minimum of a master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with a doctorate preferred. Candidates who can teach a broad range of courses in their respective disciplines will be given priority. Preference also will be given to candidates with teaching approvals and experience in more than one of the desired disciplines.  Although these positions are for on-site teaching, each on-site class has an embedded online classroom where some course activities are conducted and the course materials are located.




Applicants must be eligible for individual logistical support in host countries and, because it’s required for certain locations, must be U.S. citizens.  In addition, all applicants must have a favorable background check under the terms of the agreements between the United States and the host countries. Faculty members are required to accept course and location assignments, although preferences are given consideration. Faculty members may sponsor their spouses, who may also be eligible to receive a full-privilege ID card.






UMUC offers an excellent benefits package, including travel expense reimbursement, military base privileges, health insurance, and retirement plans. A generous compensation package includes base pay, housing allowance, reimbursable relocation allowance, currency adjustment, and optional overload teaching pay. UMUC will cover costs for air travel to/from the initial and final assignment destinations.






An ideal opportunity for professionals at any stage of their career, this is a full-time faculty position with twelve-month renewable contracts (four, consecutive, one-year renewable contracts possible) beginning in August 2016.


UMUC strives to reflect the diversity of the global community within which it exists. Cultural differences are valued as essential to the educational process and working environment. Women, minority applicants, and candidates with an understanding of and appreciation for diversity are strongly encouraged to apply.


UMUC distributes an annual information report which includes campus security information that is available to prospective employees at http://www.umuc.edu/legal/annualinforeport.cfm.