Limited Term Adjunct Instructor, (Intelligence & Information Operations) (Multiple Positions)
Posting Number: req9326
Department: College of Applied Sci & Tech
Location: Sierra Vista
Address: Sierra Vista, AZ USA
The University of Arizona's College of Applied Science & Technology, located on the Sierra Vista campus, a Director of National Intelligence designated Intelligence Community - Center for Academic Excellence (IC-CAE), is seeking a Limited-Term Adjunct Instructor to teach undergraduate courses within our Intelligence & Information Operations program. A limited number of courses are available to teach each semester, contingent upon enrollment and funding.
CAST is seeking candidates who can demonstrate outstanding teaching and course development consistent with the college's purpose, vision, and values and who enjoy working with a diverse, non-traditional student population. This position will contribute to building a strong team of culturally diverse faculty and staff who are committed to preparing traditional, post-traditional, and transfer students for success in a 21st-century workforce.
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Duties & Responsibilities
- Limited Term Adjunct Instructors are required to attend meetings and submit materials as requested
throughout the term of appointment.
- Develop/prepare course syllabi, assignments, and activities for course
- Prepare and deliver course lectures/workshops.
- Critique and grade student assignments and examinations.
- Maintain regular in-person or virtual office hours and/or be available to
students by appointment.
- Additional duties may be assigned.
degree in Intelligence Studies, Cyber Security, National Security, Strategic Studies,
Political Science with a related emphasis, Cyber Threat Intelligence, or
closely related field.
- Demonstrated experience in Human Intelligence Collection.
- Broad experience in intelligence collection operations.
- Experience in online teaching.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
- Knowledge of Interagency human intelligence collection techniques
- Knowledge of counterintelligence activities and operations
- Knowledge of document and media exploitation and sensitive site exploitation
- Knowledge of U.S. National Security Strategies and other strategic planning documents
- Skilled in online teaching and applying the ADDIE methodology for course development and delivery
- Skilled in writing human intelligence requirements, including directed requirements
- Skilled in developing human intelligence collection requirements
- Skilled in human intelligence or information report writing
- Able to perform interrogation, informant, and/or human source/agent operations
- Able to perform Intelligence Support to Operations (not agency-specific).
- PhD/D.Sc. degree in Intelligence Studies, Cyber Security, National Security, Strategic Studies, Political
Science with a related emphasis, Cyber Threat Intelligence, or closely related field.
- Demonstrated experience in Intelligence support to Federal Law Enforcement, and Interagency/Joint
- Demonstrated experience as an interrogator in law enforcement or military operations.
- Demonstrated prior online teaching experience.
- A Secret or Top Secret clearance.
Full Time/Part Time: Part Time
Number of Hours Worked per Week: 8-12
Job FTE: 0.20-0.30
Work Calendar: Academic
Job Category: Faculty
Benefits Eligible: No Benefits
Rate of Pay: DOE
Compensation Type: Per Course
Type of criminal background check required: Name-based criminal background check (non-security sensitive)
Number of Vacancies: 4
Expected End Date: 12/16/2022
Contact Information for Candidates
Assistant Professor of Practice
Open Until Filled: Yes
Documents Needed to Apply: Curriculum Vitae (CV) and Cover Letter
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