Assistant/Associate/Professor of Practice/Professor of Industry Studies

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Employer
USAJobs
Location
Washington D.C.
Posted
May 16, 2017
Closes
May 30, 2017
Hours
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY:

About the Agency

The Eisenhower School is recruiting for a faculty member of Industrial Studies to serve in the Department of National Security and Industrial Base. The incumbent is responsible for conducting education and continuing research in the fields of business strategy, industrial organization, economics, national security strategy, military policy, force employment, mobilization and management of resources at the national level for the CJCS, the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and other Defense agencies.

NDU develops joint warfighters and other national security leaders through rigorous academics, research and engagement to serve the common defense.

The Eisenhower School prepares selected military and civilians for strategic leadership and success in developing our national security strategy and in evaluating, marshaling, and managing resources in the execution of that strategy.

This is a Title 10 Excepted Service Appointment. Appointment is not to exceed 3 years with the possibility for extension.


TRAVEL REQUIRED:
  • Occasional Travel
  • You may be expected to travel for this position.

RELOCATION AUTHORIZED:
  • No

KEY REQUIREMENTS:
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • To qualify for this position, you must:

    Have a master's degree, doctoral degree or equivalent terminal degree preferred, in business administration, economics, public policy, or a related discipline involving the study of firms, markets, industry institutions, and government regulation of industry.

    Have a substantial record of excellence in teaching in a discipline related to national security resourcing or defense industry economics or economics of regulated industries (industrial organization) at an accredited higher education institution(s) or substantial experience at public policy institutions organizing, leading and participating in professional conferences and seminars addressing national security resourcing, the structure, conduct and performance of the defense industry and related government policy.

    Have research experience, especially research related to national security resourcing and defense industries, demonstrated through scholarship, publications, and/or outreach activities; recognition within academic, research communities, or professional experience.

    Have relevant professional experience in defense industrial base analysis and policy and in national security/defense strategy and resourcing.

    Have experience organizing, leading and participating in graduate and/or senior executive education program study groups involving domestic and international field studies (site visits) with firms, non-profit institutions, and government agencies and establishing and maintaining professional relationships with policy makers in the executive and legislative branches of government, industry leaders, and policy experts in academic and non-profit organizations.

    Have demonstrated commitment to interdisciplinary methods and ability to teach a wide range of curriculum relevant to national security and industrial base capabilities to include the integration of strategy and resourcing, and the analysis of defense resourcing alternatives.

    Desired Qualifications:

    Experience as team leader of an interdisciplinary team, academic department chair, or program manager.

    Experience teaching at the graduate level within the Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) system.

    In addition to the Industry Studies and Industry Analytics courses, academic and professional experience to teach in one or more of the following fields:

    - Defense Strategy and Resourcing - analyzing the military instrument of power from creating strategy to planning, organizing, training, equipping, sustaining, projecting, and decommissioning.

    - National Security Economics - economics with a national security focus (economic growth, essentials of fiscal and monetary policy, challenges of the U.S. Federal debt problem, principles of international trade and capital flows, drivers of economic growth in emerging market countries (especially China), and the challenges of economic development.

    - National Security Studies - strategic level study of critical national and international security issues to include the evaluation and integration of a wide range of policy decisions across diverse content areas such as domestic and international politics, military strategy, and informational and technological capabilities.

    - Strategic Acquisition and Resourcing - strategic level understanding of the operation and performance of the defense acquisition system writ large (i.e., the three primary DOD Decision Support Systems and the interactions of Congress, DOD, and the defense industry in making and executing acquisition programs) and related policy issues.

    - Strategic Leadership - studies focused on educating and developing senior leaders to use strategic thinking skills and innovative approaches to address challenges of transforming organizations and formulating and resourcing our future national security strategy.

    Criteria For Determining Academic Rank:

    Assistant Professor requires an earned master's degree, doctoral degree or equivalent terminal degree preferred, in business administration, economics, public policy, or a related discipline involving the study of firms, markets, industry institutions, and government regulation of industry. Documented evidence of promise in teaching, with some graduate-level teaching experience preferred; promise in scholarship, and promise in outreach.

    Associate Professor requires an earned doctoral degree or equivalent terminal degree in business administration, economics, public policy or a related discipline involving the study of firms, markets, industry institutions, and government regulation of industry. Documented experience in full-time graduate-level teaching at a regionally-accredited university or college for at least five years, significant service/outreach to the university or college, and an exemplary record of scholarship/research.

    Associate Professor of Practice requires an earned master's degree in business administration, economics, public policy, or a related discipline involving the study of firms, markets, industry institutions, and government regulation of industry and a documented record of at least seven years of outstanding performance as a senior-level practitioner in an executive branch agency of the federal government, a professional staff member of an appropriate Congressional Committee related to defense strategy and resource allocation, a senior fellow or scholar at a public policy institution with an outstanding publishing record in the field of defense strategy and resource allocation or senior practitioner experience in the private sector with an outstanding publishing record in the field of defense resourcing and/or defense industry analysis.

    Professor of Practice requires an earned master's degree in business administration, economics, public policy, or a related discipline involving the study of firms, markets, industry institutions, and government regulation of industry and a documented record of at least 10 years of outstanding performance as a senior-level practitioner in an executive branch agency of the federal government, a professional staff member of an appropriate Congressional Committee related to defense strategy and resource allocation, a senior fellow or scholar at a public policy institution with an outstanding publishing record in the field of defense strategy and resource allocation or senior practitioner experience in the private sector with an outstanding publishing record in the field of defense resourcing and/or defense industry analysis.

    Professor requires an earned doctoral degree or equivalent terminal degree in business administration, economics, public policy, or a related discipline involving the study of firms, markets, industry institutions, and government regulation of industry. Documented experience in full-time graduate-level teaching at a regionally-accredited university or college for at least 10 years, significant service/outreach to the university or college, and an exemplary record of scholarship/research.

    Volunteer Experience: Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills, and can provide valuable training and experience that translates to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

    Background or Security Investigation: This is a Non-Critical position which requires a background investigation. The individual selected for this position is required to obtain and maintain a Secret security determination to occupy a Non-Critical position within the agency as a condition of employment.

    You may be required to submit a Confidential Financial Disclosure Report.

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