Location: The University of Chicago Crown School of Social Work, Policy and Practice
Internal Number: 139695
The Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice at the University of Chicago seeks qualified applicants for part-time lecturers to teach in its Social Sector Leadership and Nonprofit Management (SSL) Master's Degree Program.
We are looking to fill part-time lecturer positions for a variety of courses and topics related to social sector leadership, including:
Fundraising and philanthropy
Social entrepreneurship and system change
Nonprofit operations and management
Impact measurement & evaluation
Public sector leadership
Leading through change
Social sector strategy
Social sector Lab
Courses are offered either in daytime or evening; in either fall, winter or spring terms. (Courses are 9 weeks, once/week for 2 hrs, 50 mins)
The position is part of the Service Employees International Union Local 73. Part-time lecturers may teach up to three courses during the regular portion of the school year. The position is not benefits-eligible.
The School offers master's degrees in social work and social sector leadership, a Ph.D., and leads an undergraduate minor in social inequality, social problems, and social change.
All candidates must possess a graduate-level degree and/or experience relevant to the teaching area. Specifically, experience with either teaching, facilitation, or presenting.
Each candidate should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae or resume, and the names of at least two references.
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