The MA in NGO Management is the first of its kind to be international in scope, but domestic in practice. Students acquire the leadership, management, and organizational skills needed to succeed in the nonprofit sector, both domestically in the U.S., and abroad. The MA in NGO Management is made up of ten asynchronous online courses (6 core courses, 3 electives, 1 capstone), with the occasional 3-week study abroad opportunity (depending on the season). Courses focus on leadership, fundraising, grant writing, strategic planning, project management, communications and resource development. Students complete their studies with a capstone project that focuses on a real-world issue which is relevant to present or future employers. This course is one of the core course requirements of the degree.
We invite applications to fill an adjunct teaching position (10-15 hours/week), non-tenure track, semester-by-semester hire. The degree and certificate programs are fully online. The adjunct professor will report to the Program Director for the MA in NGO Management and the Certificate in Nonprofit Management.
As the nation's oldest and one of the most prestigious research universities, Johns Hopkins offers high-quality master's degrees and post-baccalaureate education to students located in the greater Baltimore and Washington, D.C. regions and throughout the United States and abroad.
The goal of this course 470.625 - Resource Development and Marketing in Nonprofits is to prepare future nonprofit leaders and board members with the resource development and marketing fundamentals that help every nonprofit thrive. The course focuses on how to create and nurture an organizational culture where everyone on the staff and board understands and embraces their role in developing strategic relationships with funders and media professionals. Students will explore how to develop a board and/or cadre of volunteers who give generously, share expertise freely, connect you to the right influencers, and invite other individuals to join them. The course examines fund development, marketing, and communications, including raising funds globally. Although corporate, foundation and government fundraising are discussed, this course focuses heavily on building relationships with individuals.
Instructional and administrative responsibilities of the position include:
Teach one online graduate course (unless there is a demand for more than one section) using Blackboard per year;
Personalize the graduate course through Blackboard by identifying relevant academic materials, resources, digital media, recording original content for lectures; designing learning objectives and assignments.
Use online tools such as Voicethread, Panopto and Adobe Connect;
Grade assignments and provide regular feedback to students on the online discussion threads and in the grade center;
Answer student inquiries via email within 24 - 48 hours;
Complete other administrative duties associated with teaching as assigned;
Report to and be in regular touch with the Program Director on policy updates, faculty summits, advisory committees, curriculum development, etc.
PhD or academic equivalent is highly preferred but not mandatory, must possess a master's degree at an accredited college or university in nonprofit management, finance, business administration, business development or international development or a related field with at least ten years of related experience;
Strong familiarity with nonprofits and nonprofit management;
Demonstrative track record in identifying and securing funds for nonprofits/NGOs;
Ability to research, identify, cultivate, solicit and steward relationships with individual donors, corporations, foundations and/or federal agencies;
Experience working with marketing and communications teams to design high-quality materials, grant proposals, etc;
Ability to build a portfolio of strong relationships with corporations, foundations and similar organizations;
Familiarity with grant and funding proposals and ability to teach management tactics for students to work collaboratively with other staff to meet application and reporting deadlines for donors;
Strong familiarity with industry trends and developments, federal grant mechanisms and opportunities, as well as forecasting donor opportunities for pipeline and proposal work;
Familiarity with teaching at a graduate level, and working with online or digital media or relevant software, Outlook, Blackboard, Microsoft Office Suite and any nonprofit accounting software/databases (such as Quickbooks, Razors Edge, others);
College-level teaching experience is highly desirable with a proven record of effective online teaching and familiarity with adult learning techniques, and various learning management systems.
How to apply:
For consideration please apply by August 1, 2020. Please submit the following: (a) cover letter; (b) curriculum vitae; (c) list of two references with names, titles, institutions, email addresses, and telephone numbers; and (d) any end-of-semester student evaluations for any previous courses taught (if available). Candidates may online apply online by clicking the Apply Now button below. If you have any questions, you may contact the Program Director, Karin Orr, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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