Assistant Professor of Human and Organizational Learning
I. RECRUITMENT PLAN
Posting Number: F001237 Academic Title: Assistant Professor of Human and Organizational Learning Rank: Assistant Professor Administrative Title: Assistant Professor of Human and Organizational Learning Discipline Education Specialty: Contract Type: Tenure Track Required Licenses/Certifications and other Specific Requirements: Criminal History Screening, Education/Degree/Certifications Verification, Social Security Number Trace, and Sex Offender Registry Search Proposed Start Date: 08/01/2018 Full-Time/Part-Time: Full-Time Position Description Summary:
The George Washington University's (GW) Graduate School of Education and Human Development seeks an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human and Organizational Learning. The position will be located on our Main Campus in Foggy-Bottom, Washington, DC. This tenure-accruing, academic year position is available beginning as early as August 2018. The University seeks to attract an active, culturally and academically diverse faculty of the highest caliber and encourages applications from all underrepresented communities.Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will be expected to 1) teach graduate courses in the Department's doctoral and master's programs at both the Foggy Bottom and Virginia Science and Technology Campus, in face-to-face and on-line delivery formats; 2) advise a diverse group of doctoral students (including chairing and serving on dissertation committees), and 3) maintain an active research agenda including seeking and maintaining external research funding. The successful candidate will be an active contributor to the Department of Human and Organizational Learning, the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, and the George Washington University, including for example, serving on program, department, school, and university administrative committees.Minimum Qualifications:
All applicants must have,
1) An earned doctorate in Human and Organizational Learning or a related field such as management, organization science, industrial/organizational psychology, human resource development, or adult learning, at the time of appointment; and
2) An emerging record or strong potential for theoretically-based and practically relevant research in human resource development, adult learning, management, organizational theory, and/or industrial/organizational psychology.
Envisioned by our first President and created by an Act of Congress in 1821, GW is now the largest institution of higher education in the nation's capital. The University offers comprehensive programs of undergraduate and graduate liberal arts study as well as degrees in medicine, public health, law, engineering, education, business, and international affairs. Each year, GW enrolls a diverse population of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students from all 50-states, the District of Columbia, and 130 countries.
The Graduate School of Education and Human Development houses five departments (Curriculum and Pedagogy, Counseling and Human Development, Educational Leadership, Human and Organizational Learning, and Special Education and Disability Studies), and runs programs at the Foggy Bottom campus in Washington, the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Ashburn, VA and at graduate education centers in the Metropolitan Area and Hampton Roads, VA.
The Department of Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) employs cross-disciplinary faculty with doctorate degrees in human resource development, adult education, international business, and organization science. We offer Graduate Certificates, Master's, and Doctoral degrees in a variety of formats (including weekend and weekday; face-to-face and on-line) at our Main Campus in Foggy Bottom, Washington, DC, and at the Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Ashburn, VA. Our Doctoral and Master's program are the oldest in the county and are globally recognized for their quality and rigor.
Please note all employment offers are contingent on the satisfactory outcome of a standard background screening.
For queries about the position please contact Dr. Maria Cseh, Search Committee Chair, at 202-994-8649or via email at email@example.com.Special Instructions to Applicants:
Please complete the online faculty application and upload the following:
1) Letter of application indicating qualifications, research interests, and teaching philosophy (maximum 3 pages);
2) Curriculum vitae;
3) Two (2) sample publications;
4) Sample of recent teaching evaluations (if applicable); and
5) Full contact information for three references.
Application review will begin November 27, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered.
The university is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer that does not unlawfully discriminate in any of its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or on any other basis prohibited by applicable law.Quick Link http://www.gwu.jobs/postings/47245
Posting Specific Questions
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * Do you have, or will you have, an earned doctorate in Human and Organizational Learning or a related field such as management, organization science, industrial/organizational psychology, human resource development, or adult learning, at the time of appointment?
- * Do you have an emerging record or strong potential for theoretically-based and practically relevant research in human resource development, adult learning, management, organizational theory, and/or industrial/organizational psychology?
- * Do you have demonstrated experience in teaching diverse students in a face-to-face and on-line format?
- * Do you have evidence of service on dissertation committees?
- * Do you have evidence of potential for obtaining external research funding either as a member of a research team or as a Principal Investigator (PI)?
- * Do you have evidence of service to the national and international academic community?
- Curriculum Vitae
- Cover Letter
- Sample Publications
- Names and Contact Information for References
- Course Evaluations or Summaries