Applications are being accepted for the position of public service faculty in the Office of International Public Service and Outreach.
Specific responsibilities of the position include: developing effective partnerships with teaching, research, and public service units to enhance the international public service and outreach mission; researching appropriate grant funding opportunities and preparing grant proposals in response to RFAs; assisting with assembling and coordinating multidisciplinary project teams in the development and implementation stages of international projects; coordinating and writing project reports, press releases and project proposals, among other various writing assignments; planning, organizing, and coordinating special projects and events as a capacity building programmatic functions; serving as liaison with development organizations, NGOs and private sector partners on the implementation of development projects; and maintaining the Faculty International Expertise Database.
A master’s degree is required but a Ph.D. is preferred in an appropriate discipline—political science, public administration, higher education, applied economics, environment and natural resources or related fields—and/or comparable professional experience. Knowledge of one major foreign language is preferred.
Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae and a letter of interest to Glenn Ames, director, International Public Service and Outreach, Cobb House, Campus Mail 3693.
All applications received by Sept. 30 will receive full consideration. More information is available by e-mail (email@example.com) or phone [(706) 542-7887].