DePaul University’s School of Public Service seeks applicants for a full time teaching faculty (non-tenure track) position for Fall 2018. The School of Public Service seeks faculty members interested in working in an applied, urban-focused, graduate only, academic unit. The School has approximately 300 majors, and offers five graduate degree programs. Teaching responsibilities will be drawn from courses such as statistics, research methods, local government administration, and policy analysis.

DePaul University is a mission-based institution, with a strong focus on social justice and service to disadvantaged communities. The School values diversity, which is reflected in our faculty, student body and alumni network. The School has three degrees accredited by NASPAA. The School also maintains close, collaborative ties with affiliated units such as the Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development and other academic programs at DePaul.

Required QualificationsWe hope to attract educators/scholars whose work can complement the School’s cross sectoral (public, non-profit) approach to public service education. While it is preferred that applicants should have a completed doctorate in public administration/affairs/policy, urban planning, management or an affiliated social science field, those with ABD status or a master’s degree with significant university teaching experience will be considered.

Please electronically submit your CV, a cover letter, and a list of three professional references.

Interested parties may also contact Director Euan Hague at ehague@depaul.edu or visit our website at http://las.depaul.edu/departments/school-of-public-service/graduate/Pages/default.aspx