The University of Pittsburgh School of Law is soliciting a candidate to write a proposal to create a new online graduate certificate program in nonprofit organization law. This program will complement the two existing graduate certificates offered by Pitt Law in health care compliance and human resources law. Information about those programs may be found at www.law.pitt.edu/hcc and www.law.pitt.edu/hrlaw .
Phase 1: The candidate will write a proposal to submit to the Pitt Center for Teaching and Learning to develop an online graduate program of instruction in nonprofit organization law.
Phase 2: If the Pitt Center for Teaching and Learning approves the Phase 1 Proposal, an expanded version of the proposal will be drafted for submission to and approval by the University of Pittsburgh Office of the Provost.
If the Phase 2 Proposal is approved by the Office of Provost, a separate search will then be conducted to hire a director for this program, who will develop the respective program in collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh Center for Teaching and Learning, including the hiring of faculty to teach each of the courses in the program. The program director position will be a permanent, part-time position at the University of Pittsburgh. The program director may also choose to teach within the program.
Juris Doctor degree; at least 5 years' experience in nonprofit organization law.
Compensation for Phase 1 of each proposal: $ 4,500.
Compensation for Phase 2 of each proposal: $ 4,500.
The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity, and diversity. EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled.
Assignment Category: Parttime-Regular
Required Attachments: Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae
Internal Number: 19009147
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