POOL- Lecturer- Project Management
School of Professional Studies
Engineering & Project Management Programs in the School of Professional Studies at the University of Kansas Edwards Campus invite qualified scholars and professionals with experience in project management to submit applications that will be reviewed by the faculty and placed in a pool for consideration for part time lecturer positions. A lecturer teaches a graduate level course and must possess an advanced terminal degree. Lecturers report to the director of the Engineering and Project Management Programs.
To learn more about courses offered through the Project Management Program, see https://edwardscampus.ku.edu/pmgt-program-details#mepm.
The successful candidate must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins. Any employment with the University of Kansas is contingent upon satisfactory completion of a background check. Appointments are one semester, renewable and subject to review, funding and adequate student enrollment.
40% – Plans, prepares and presents lectures for one graduate course in project management based on an approved course syllabus. Depending on the program, course and semester, instruction may in-person one evening per week or online. Courses are either eight or sixteen weeks in length.
40% – Develops assignment, projects and exams. Supervises projects, evaluates student work and provides feedback to students. Maintains office hours as necessary to meet students’ needs. In-person courses are livestreamed and recorded to support remote students.
20% – Maintains technologies, including a learning management system and a classroom lecture recording system.
Earned master’s degree in project management or a master’s degree in a closely related discipline.
Minimum of five years of professional experience and at least two years of supervisory experience.
Doctorate level degree in project management or a closely related field.
Evidence of prior success in teaching, preferably at the graduate level and preferably both in-person and online (e.g. course evaluations, supervisor ratings).
Experience with a learning management system, a classroom lecture recording system, and live-inclusion of remote students.
Evidence of PMP certification.
Contact Information to Applicants
Engineer & Project Management Programs Director
Additional Candidate Instruction
Specific Application Instructions for this Pool: A complete application will include the online electronic application, cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, three references and evidence of professional experience and/or teaching experience.
Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.