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UTSA Part-Time Adjunct Lecturers
The Department of Public Administration at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) is considering applications for part-time adjunct lecturers to teach in its Master of Public Administration (MPA), Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Administration and Leadership (NPAL) and the Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA) degree programs. Adjuncts are paid per course taught. Courses are scheduled up to a year in advance.
At this time, we have specific need for lecturers within nonprofit financial management and accounting, grant writing and fundraising. For more information about our program offerings please visit this link.
The qualifications to be considered as an adjunct lecturer in the MPA program are a doctorate degree
in public administration or related field of study, or a master’s degree with a strong record as a city manager, CEO, CFO, Development Director or other relevant professional management work experience to the course’s specific subject matter. Teaching experience is desirable.
The qualifications to be considered as an adjunct lecturer in the BPA program are a master’s degree
in public administration or related field of study. Teaching and/or work experience relevant to the
course’s specific subject matter is desirable.
Those interested in applying should email the Department Chair, Dr. Christopher G. Reddick, at
email@example.com. Applicants should attach a cover letter detailing their qualifications along with their interested courses. In addition, candidates should submit a detailed resume.
UTSA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Applicants who are selected for interviews must be able to show proof that they will be eligible and qualified to work in the United States by time of hire.