The Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications and nominations for a non-tenure-stream faculty position as a Senior Lecturer in Intelligence Studies to begin in the fall term of 2017 (authorization pending). This is a three-year contract position with the possibility of renewal. The successful candidate will have at least a master's degree in international affairs ( or a related field) and expertise in the intelligence field based on at least ten years of professional experience working for one or more U.S. intelligence agencies. The individual hired will be expected o offer four courses in intelligence studies per academic year within the context of the Security and Intelligence Studies major for our Master of Public and International Affairs program, advise master's students interested in a career in the intelligence community and, where appropriate, work with the Director of the Matthew B. Ridgway Center for International Security Studies to organize conferences or workshops related to security and intelligence.
Application Process: Qualified applicants should submit a letter of application describing their professional background and teaching interests, a curriculum vitae or resume, three letters of recommendation and, if available, teaching evaluations to: Prof. Michael Kenney, Search Committee Chair c/o Mary Ann Gebet, Executive Assistant to the Dean Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, 3407 Posvar Hall Pittsburgh, PA 15260 Applications must be submitted by January 6, 2017 to receive full consideration. The University of Pittsburgh is committed to a diverse and inclusive community and to maintaining a work and educational environment that is free of all forms of discrimination. EEO / AA/M/F /Vets/Disabled.
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