Lecturer - Non Profit Studies
Posting DetailsPosting Information Vacancy TypeNon-Tenure-Track FacultyIs Internal Transfer OnlyNoWorking TitleLecturer - Non Profit StudiesSalary RangeAnticipated Hiring Range$3,500-$4,500Position Number00107800Work ScheduleVaries Based on Teaching ScheduleFull Time Equivalent (FTE).225-.675 depending on department needDepartment166201 - Institute for NonprofitsDepartmentInstitute for NonprofitsJob City & StateRaleigh, NCPrimary Function of Organizational Unit
As one of the eleven academic Departments and two Institutes or Centers in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS), the Institute for Nonprofit Research, Education, and Engagement (INPREE) administers a high-quality interdisciplinary undergraduate minor in Nonprofit Studies which ensures students can make an educational difference in the community and world. The NPS minor involves community organizations for hands-on learning initiatives and the courses build knowledge and skills for effective nonprofit leadership. The Nonprofit curriculum gives students an opportunity to strengthen their capacity for nonprofit organization and nonprofit leadership through research, education, and engagement.
Although there are no undergraduate or graduate degrees in INPREE at NCSU; we do offer a graduate certificate which carries graduate credit. We also partner with other departments to offer specializations in Nonprofit Management.
The Institute is a center of expertise which hosts a collaborative community of scholars and practitioners, and a convener and connector for the sharing of campus and community resources to facilitate research-informed policies and practices. Grant and award opportunities are offered to academic scholars and information is provided to assist academic scholars with research publications, presentations, and conferences. The center has the Philanthropy Journal program that delivers news and resource information to help people understand, support and work in the nonprofit/philanthropic works to recognize and solve social problems.Essential Job Duties
The Institute for Nonprofits is accepting applications for the position of lecturer (part-time) to teach courses in its Nonprofit Studies minor. The Lecturer is responsible for the coordination, planning preparation, presentation, and evaluation of classroom instruction and related activities. The Lecturer also must have proven experience teaching online for an accredited academic institution. Continuous communication with the students enrolled in the class as well as monitoring student progress are required. Familiarity with Moodle LMS is desired.Other Work/Responsibilities
Other duties as assigned.Minimum Education/Experience
Minimum of a Master’s degree in disciplines related to the study of nonprofits, nonprofit management, history of nonprofits, nonprofit leadership; or equivalent professional experiences; or if still a student, must have completed 18 hours of graduate credit in Public Administration, Political Science, History or Communication.
Degrees must be received from accredited institutions.Departmental Required Skills
Strong commitment to excellence in teaching is expected.Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
Doctoral degree in disciplines related to the study of nonprofits, nonprofit management, history of nonprofits, nonprofit leadership.
Teaching experience at the college level, and demonstrated evidence of teaching excellence.Required License or Certification
In addition to your application please submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, official transcript, and a statement of teaching philosophy.
Department home of faculty member is expected to be Interdisciplinary Studies.Job Open Date10/14/2019Anticipated Closing DateIs this position partially or fully funded on ARRA stimulus monies?NoProposed Hire Date01/01/2020AA/EOE
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