U.S. Army War College, Department of National Security Studies
Assistant/Associate Professor of Asian Studies
|Location:||Pennsylvania, United States|
The United States Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, seeks to fill the position of (Assistant/Associate) Professor of Asian Studies in the Department of National Security and Strategy in the School of Strategic Landpower with an annual salary between $76,986 and $126,614. This is a fulltime, long-term, civilian faculty position at the US Army’s most senior institution for professional military education. The Army War College educates the top echelon of US military officers of all services, US government civilians, and military officers from scores of foreign countries. It develops strategic leaders by providing a rigorous curriculum of theoretical and professional subjects, leading to a Master’s of Strategic Studies accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
The person selected for this position will have a leading role in planning, administering, and teaching two primary core courses, War, Policy and National Security; and Regional Studies (Asia); as well as other core and elective courses. Additionally, the selectee will engage in cutting-edge scholarship that advances knowledge in fields relevant to the curriculum and engage in service in support of USAWC missions. The position comes with a generous compensation package as well as with the many benefits of working at an innovative, vibrant, and collegial military educational institution.
For additional information, and to apply for the position, please visit our website at https://www.armywarcollege.edu/. On the menu bar, click “About Us” and then “Employment Opportunities” to find the “Assistant/Associate Professor of Asian Studies” job announcement. Or, visit the USAJobs website at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/538514500
Applications are due by 16 September 2019. Finalists for the position will be invited to the Army War College for a visit that includes an interview with the search committee, presentation to the faculty, meetings with faculty and administrators, and a tour of the campus.
A talented, committed, and diverse faculty is our most important resource in educating the nation’s future strategic leaders. We are fully committed to equal employment opportunity and compliance with the full range of fair employment practices and non-discrimination laws.
Federal law dictates that the position may be offered to US citizens only.
POC: Mr. Jeffrey Wilson, 717-245-3256 or Leah Hohn, 717-245-3239.
|Primary Category:||Asian History / Studies