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Adjunct Faculty: Master of Business Administration in Nonprofit Management

School of Professional and Continuing Studies

Springfield College-Wilmington, Delaware Campus


Springfield College’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies, a multi-campus program based in Springfield, MA, with a mission to provide broadly accessible, affordable higher education to adult learners, based on the principles of community partnership and academic excellence and a commitment to social justice, anticipates openings for adjunct faculty at its Wilmington Campus.

In January 2018 the Wilmington Campus will launch a new MBA in Nonprofit Management. We are seeking instructors for the following courses: Marketing Management; Leadership & Governance for Nonprofits; Accounting for Nonprofits; Financial Management; Law, Ethics, and Corporate Social Responsibility; Economics of the Firm in Contemporary Society; Fund Development & Philanthropy; Global Strategic Management, Operations and Information Management; Entrepreneurship; Human Resource Management; and Corporate Residency Fieldwork. Courses are delivered in a hybrid format using both online instruction and one extended weekend for in-class meetings monthly. For full information on this exciting new program, please visit

The successful candidate for adjunct positions to teach master’s level business and nonprofit courses will have a demonstrated ability to work with a diverse population of adult learners within a college/university setting and previous experience delivering courses both hybrid and completely online. Preference is given to instructors with a PhD in a business-related or nonprofit field. Instructors with a Master’s degree in a business related or nonprofit field will be considered. Successful managerial experience in a nonprofit organization is a definite plus.

Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, and the names and telephone numbers of three professional references to:

Dr. Martin Wortman, Interim Campus Director

Springfield College-Wilmington Campus

1007 Orange Street, Suite 500

Wilmington, Delaware 19801

No telephone calls


Springfield College is committed to enhancing

diversity and equality in education and employment.


Assistant Professor in Engaging Diverse Communities

University of Oregon


The School of Planning, Public Policy and Management (PPPM) at the University of Oregon invites applications for an Assistant Professor tenure-track position working on public engagement with diverse communities. Candidates must have strong interests in applied research, teaching, and community engagement work related to creating equitable and inclusive cities. 

The complexity of policy problems, diffusion of governance, and increased importance of engaging communities is increasing the need to develop more robust and inclusive participatory processes. Several University of Oregon faculty members are engaged in applied research related to stakeholder engagement, collaborative governance, strategies for public sector coproduction and crowd sourcing, and engaging underrepresented communities. 

A particular focus of this hire would be issues affecting communities of color in public and nonprofit decision making. The goal is to build upon current faculty research and help establish the UO as a leader in this area. This position also has the potential to be closely connected to a cluster of sustainability-focused activity led by the Sustainable Cities Initiative (SCI) and integrated into the long history of applied graduate work undertaken by the School’s Community Service Center. The assistant professor will teach courses in undergraduate and graduate programs and conduct applied research that is of broad applicability to academics, policy makers, and practitioners in the planning, policy, and nonprofit sectors. 

We seek candidates who will help create an educational environment supportive of staff, students, and faculty inclusive of race, culture, (dis)ability, gender, gender identity, sexuality, religion, or other aspects of human diversity. We actively encourage applications from communities of color candidates.


The School of Planning, Public Policy and Management is a hub for active, innovative, and applied work seeking to understand and influence how society meets its most pressing environmental, social, and economic challenges. We do this throughout all of our endeavors, including a strong and innovative research agenda, a very applied and project-based curriculum, and extensive engagement with key local, state and national partners. 

We are a vibrant and growing School that offers masters degrees in Community and Regional Planning, Public Administration and Nonprofit Management and also offer an undergraduate major and several minors. The School has 15 tenure track faculty, 6 non-tenure track faculty, and approximately 20 professionals who teach specialized classes for our programs. The school recently embarked on a strategic review of our research to identify key strengths for building a new PhD program. Our two new hires in 2017-18 are the first steps towards developing this program.

The School and the University also have a strong interdisciplinary reputation. We collaborate regularly with faculty and students in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Economics, Geography, Environmental Studies, Law, Journalism and Business. Much of our applied research is integrated into our graduate curriculum through the Community Service Center, which engages with an extensive network of public and nonprofit clients throughout the Northwest, and the Sustainable Cities Initiative, which is an international innovator in both university-community partnerships for change.


Minimum Requirements

Minimum qualifications are a Ph.D. in planning, public policy, public administration, urban design, community development or a closely related field, with a focus on social equity, social justice, and inclusive urbanism. A candidate may be ABD if they expect completion of the Ph.D. by the time of appointment. Candidates must have strong research skills, demonstrated potential for a productive research career, commitment to evidence-based decision making, demonstrated excellence in teaching and a passion for putting knowledge into action to address critical societal issues. 



Application review begins October 16; position open until filled. Applicants will be expected to provide: 1) cover letter describing research, teaching, applied interests; 2) a statement describing how you effectively work with faculty, staff and students from diverse backgrounds, 3) curriculum vitae, 4) any evidence of teaching excellence, 5) contact information for three references, 6) a scholarly writing sample, and 7) a writing sample connected to practice or general community communication. Applicants should submit their materials on-line:

If you have questions about the position, please Dr. Richard Margerum ( or Dr. Gerardo Sandoval (

The University of Oregon is proud to offer a robust benefits package to eligible employees, including health insurance, retirement plans and paid time off. For more information about benefits, visit

The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the ADA.  The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status.

UO prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression in all programs, activities and employment practices as required by Title IX, other applicable laws, and policies. Retaliation is prohibited by UO policy. Questions may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator, Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, or to the Office for Civil Rights. Contact information, related policies, and complaint procedures are listed on the statement of non-discrimination.

In compliance with federal law, the University of Oregon prepares an annual report on campus security and fire safety programs and services. The Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report is available online at


Assistant or Associate Professor in Public Budgeting and Financial Management 

The University of Maryland School of Public Policy seeks a tenure-track assistant or associate professor starting Fall 2018. The School seeks candidates with an active research agenda in the areas of public budgeting and financial management. Preference will be given to candidates who have demonstrated research success resulting in peer-reviewed publications that would plausibly predict tenurability (for Assistant Professor candidates) or those with a record that is already tenurable (for Associate Professor candidates). Because of our interest in further enhancing our connections in the state of Maryland and with local governments, the successful candidate for this position should have a research agenda that prominently features state and local issues related to budgeting and financial management. 

We are interested in candidates who can teach the core and elective public budgeting and financial management courses in the master’s curriculum, as well as being able to participate in the School’s new undergraduate major and advise doctoral students. Two of the School’s specializations require a course in state, local, and nonprofit financial management; preference will be given to candidates able to teach it. 

Applicants should hold an earned doctorate or should expect to earn a doctorate by the end of the 2017-18 academic year. Doctorates should be in public policy, public administration, economics, or political science. Women and members of minorities whose hiring would enhance the School’s diversity are especially encouraged to apply.

Application materials should include a letter of interest describing qualifications, a curriculum vitae, contact information for at least three references, and a recent publication or writing sample.

To apply, visit, locate the position announcement and apply online. Materials sent outside of the online system cannot be accepted. Questions concerning the application process may be addressed to Katharine Zang, at Review of applications will commence on October 1, but the position will remain open until filled.



The Department of Public Administration at Northern Illinois University is searching to fill one tenure track assistant professor position in non-profit management starting August 15, 2018. This department is highly ranked in public management with a growing reputation in nonprofit management. The complete job description is located

Screening applications will begin on October 16th, 2017



The School of Public Policy (SPP) at the University of Maryland is seeking two new faculty members focused on nonprofit leadership and philanthropy, to start in the 2018-2019 academic year. One position will be as Assistant Professor; the other position can be at the rank of either Associate or Assistant Professor.  These faculty positions represent an exciting expansion of the School’s work in philanthropy and nonprofit leadership.  We are seeking scholars with a robust domestic and/or global research agenda to contribute to the strong research environment in our School

The University of Maryland is committed to becoming one of the leading universities in the area of philanthropy, nonprofit leadership, and social innovation. In September 2016, President Wallace Loh announced $75 million in new private and public funding to make Maryland the first Do Good Campus, enhancing the education of students and the research of faculty to produce positive change in the community. The Do Good Institute (, housed in the School of Public Policy, is the leader of this initiative. School of Public Policy faculty and students affiliated with the Do Good Institute carry out significant scholarly research and thought leadership with implications for policy and practice.

The School of Public Policy offers a broad array of undergraduate and graduate curricula in this area.  We seek faculty who can contribute to teaching in the Ph.D. program, MPP, and MPP-MBA specialization in Nonprofit Leadership and Management, the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management, a new undergraduate major in Public Policy with a focus on Nonprofit Leadership and Social Innovation, and a new undergraduate minor in Nonprofit Leadership and Social Innovation.  We seek candidates who can also contribute to the School’s core public policy curriculum in its undergraduate major and master’s degrees, and who can mentor Ph.D. students.

The successful new members of our faculty should be entrepreneurial in their research, teaching, and service. Both faculty members hired through this search will enjoy affiliation with the Do Good Institute.  An Associate Professor hired in this search will also serve as an Associate Director in the Institute, with research co-ordination responsibilities.  Applicants who would enhance the diversity of the school, including women and minorities, are especially encouraged to apply. 

Minimum Qualifications: Those applying should have an earned doctorate in a relevant discipline, including but not limited to public policy, public administration, economics, political science, law, psychology or management.  Application materials should include a letter of interest describing the candidate’s qualifications, a curriculum vitae, contact information for at least three references, and a recent publication or writing sample.

To apply:  Visit, locate the position announcement or visit and apply online. Application materials sent outside of the online system will not be accepted. Questions concerning the application process may be addressed to Katharine Zang, at Review of applications will commence on October 1, but the position will remain open until filled.  Prospective applicants are urged to contact the search chair, Peter Reuter (, with any questions concerning the  search.

The University of Maryland, College Park, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. The University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, creed, marital status, political affiliation, personal appearance, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment, in all aspects of employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions.

Founded in 1856, University of Maryland, College Park is the flagship institution in the University System of Maryland. Our 1,250-acre College Park campus is just minutes away from Washington, D.C., and the nexus of the nation’s legislative, executive, and judicial centers of power. This unique proximity to business and technology leaders, federal departments and agencies, and a myriad of research entities, embassies, think tanks, cultural centers, and nonprofit organizations is simply unparalleled. Synergistic opportunities for our faculty and students abound and are virtually limitless in the nation’s capital and surrounding areas. The University is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff that will enhance our stature of preeminence in our three missions of teaching, scholarship, and full engagement in our community, the state of Maryland, and in the world.

The University of Maryland School of Public Policy is a top-ranked school of public policy and management with a faculty of scholars and distinguished practitioners. The School offers a new B.A. in Public Policy that is the only undergraduate public policy degree being offered inside the Washington, D.C. beltway; and a signature MPP degree with robust specializations (primarily for pre-career students) as well as a Masters of Public Management degree (primarily for mid-career students). The School’s Ph.D. program was recently rated amongst the top ten nationally by the National Research Council. The School also offers a number of highly-regarded executive (degree and non-degree) programs for career executives in federal, state, and international agencies. The University of Maryland is located inside the Washington beltway, within thirty minutes of federal agencies, major nonprofits, foundations, and NGOs, key international associations, the state capitol of Maryland, and many private policy-research organizations.

Background on The Do Good Institute:

The Institute is a campus-wide hub for philanthropy, social innovation, nonprofit leadership, research, teaching and thought leadership.  The Do Good Institute is focused on developing the next generation of leaders and spurring innovations and solutions locally and globally. By creating opportunities to engage the entire student body in “Do Good” projects, courses, academic programs, and initiatives, the Institute is also transforming the Maryland college experience so that all students graduate equipped and motivated to effectively and successfully do good in their careers, their communities, and the world.

The Do Good Institute enjoys an active faculty in this area, sponsors an annual Research Prize on Global Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership with the Association for Research on Nonprofit and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), houses the Co-Editor-in-Chief of Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly, engages in long-term research initiatives with other partners, and supports PhD students.

The Do Good Institute complements academic degree programs with unique professional development opportunities including: a Global Philanthropy Program that engages students in hands-on abroad experiences with NGOs; the Philanthropy Fellows Program, which offers students exclusive access to paid positions with top foundations and corporate social investment programs in the region; and the TIAA Nonprofit Leadership Fellows Program, which provides selected students with tuition, stipends, health benefits, and paid professional fellowships with leading nonprofits.  

 The Do Good Institute leads curricular and co-curricular opportunities open to students in all fields of study to foster the Do Good Campus. Its year-long Do Good Challenge for the next big ideas for improving the world engages thousands of students across campus and produces award-winning efforts. In the last three years, two Do Good Challenge alums have been named by Forbes as one of the Top 30 Social Entrepreneurs Under 30. To advance promising student efforts, the Institute is also launching a Do Good Accelerator on campus this school year. Current Institute collaborations include Do Good-related academic programs and courses with the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Honors College, Smith School of Business, Clark School of Engineering, Office of Undergraduate Studies, School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, College of Arts and Humanities, and College of Computer, Mathematical, and Nature Sciences. 


San Francisco State University is seeking an administrator of exceptional vision and leadership skills with an established record as a teacher and scholar to guide an excellent and innovative academic program as the University’s next Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.

For more than a century, SF State has distinguished itself as an active center of scholarship, innovation,
creative work, and civic involvement. Founded in 1899 as a teacher’s college, SF State is a large,
comprehensive, urban university located in an unusually vibrant and beautiful city with a rich intellectual
and cultural life. Recognized by the Wall Street Journal as the third most diverse university in the nation,
the SF State community includes 30,000 students, many of whom are the first in their families to attend
college, and 3,900 faculty and staff. As an institution, it offers over 144 degree programs, including 43
Master’s programs and 3 Doctoral programs.

SF State is passionate about academic excellence, intellectual discovery, creative and critical inquiry, and
educational equity. SF State students, faculty, staff, and alumni celebrate and proudly embrace the University’s commitment to social justice through their work, scholarship, creative endeavors, and community engagement. The College of Ethnic Studies, the first and only of its kind in the nation, exemplifies how SF State’s institutional excellence aligns with university core values. Other SF State accolades include recognition with distinction on the President’s Community Service Honor Roll for the over 875,000 hours of community service SF State students participate in annually, inclusion of the Cinema Department with its Academy Award winning faculty in the list of the top 25 film schools in the nation, and the granting of NSF’s prestigious Faculty Early Career Awards to ten SF State faculty members.

SF State is also at an important juncture in its growth as an institution of public higher education. Despite diminishing state support over the last 20 years, the University’s reputation for its academic quality has increased dramatically, making SF State one of the top destination campuses within the California State University System. Under the leadership of the University’s President, Les Wong, and with the support of the Provost and Deans, the university launched its first comprehensive campaign, Bold.Thinking.

As the University’s chief academic officer, the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs has administrative, programmatic, and fiscal responsibility for all academic programs, serves as an integral
member of the President’s Cabinet and reports to the University President. The Academic Affairs budget
is approximately $250 million. Reporting directly to this position are the seven College Deans (Business,
Ethnic Studies, Extended Learning, Graduate Education, Health & Social Sciences, Liberal & Creative
Arts, and Science & Engineering), and the University Librarian; the Deans of the Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning, the Division of Graduate Studies, Faculty Affairs & Professional Development; the Associate Vice Presidents for Research and Sponsored Programs, Academic Resources, Academic Affairs Operations, and the Director of the Health Equity Institute.
The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs partners with academic leaders, faculty, and other
administrators on improving student outreach, student success, retention, and graduation rates via a
shared governance structure, while providing leadership and support to faculty so that they may excel
in teaching, research, and creative activities. The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs will
also provide leadership and partner with the President, Deans, and Development Office in advancing the
priorities of the Comprehensive Campaign. Finally, the Provost in this role represents the University at
the CSU Chancellor’s Office, and is expected to participate in system-wide initiatives.

In order to be successful in executing the scope of the position and the role of a leader, a candidate should have the following qualifications:

• An earned doctorate or terminal degree with a record of academic achievement as a teacher/scholar
that meets the necessary qualifications of a tenured full professor in an academic department at San
Francisco State University.
• A strong record of success at progressively senior levels in higher education, with specific experiences
in managing at a large, complex, and highly diverse institution.
• A proven commitment to undergraduate education and student success, as demonstrated through contemporary metrics.
• Tangible support for faculty research, scholarship and creative works, as evidenced by productive
• Experience with the iterative nature of the university budget planning process and prudent administration of fiscal responsibilities.

• Knowledge of higher-education’s key challenges and contemporary issues, including student recruitment and retention, graduation rates, and funding.
• Knowledge of curriculum development and pedagogical considerations.
• Knowledge of the collective bargaining process, its constraints and its advantages; contract administration.
• Knowledge of the donor/alumni cultivation cycle, and a demonstrated track record of fundraising and/or grant awards.

• Skills in the full cycle of team-building and team development with the ability to foster a team-based
climate and advocate upward.
• Change leadership and change management skills.
• Exemplary oral and written communication skills, including listening.
• Planning and organizing skills adequate to direct one’s own work, and that of others.
• Influencing, rather than directive skills necessary to effect changes in a team-based, shared governance
• Skills in building effective peer relationships and engaging with students.

Personal Attributes/Abilities
• A meaningful appreciation of social justice and equity, particularly applied to SF State’s student population, and campus legacy.
• High emotional intelligence necessary for managing challenging situations and ability to use a factbased approach to problem solving.
• The ability to inspire trust and confidence through the demonstration of integrity and trustworthy
• Committment to creating an open and supportive campus environment that embraces discussion and
• Cognitive complexity adequate for processing ambiguous, contradictory, or incomplete information.

Deadline: Open until filled.
To apply for the position, please submit your cover letter and resume at
San Francisco State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer with a strong



The Hartsook Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy (at Plymouth University in the UK) is seeking to appoint a post doc researcher in the field of philanthropy.

This new role will involve conducting quantitative research on philanthropic giving in China. You would join a team of 12 researchers committed to growing giving by enhancing the quality of the donor experience. In this role you would manage the distribution and analysis of quantitative surveys and field experiments with our partners in China. Good quantitative analysis skills are therefore essential as is competence in both written and spoken English and Mandarin. Experience of working in the field of philanthropy would be an advantage, but individuals with a background in relevant fields such as Psychology, Statistics or Marketing would also be welcome to apply. Some travel to China may be necessary as part of this role.

This is a Full Time position working 37 hours per week  on a Fixed Term basis for 2 years (initially).

More information is available at :



Faculty Position Announcement: Seattle University, Institute of Public Service

The Institute of Public Service (IPS) at Seattle University ( seeks a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Public Administration beginning in September 2018. 

Responsibilities include teaching courses in the Masters of Public Administration and the Bachelor of Public Affairs programs with scholarly expertise in some combination of the following areas: organization theory/behavior, ethics, human resource management and/or organization development. Secondarily, candidates should have an interest in social justice issues. The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to teaching excellence, solid scholarly potential and a demonstrated commitment to diversity and the university’s mission and values. 

Additional information is available in the attached position announcement.  Please send inquiries to Larry Hubbell, Program Director at Applications should be submitted online:



Washington University in St. Louis is seeking invite applications for full-time, tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor for Fall, 2018.

Candidates should have an earned doctorate in social work or a related social science field; competence to teach at the master’s and PhD levels; and commitment to research, scholarly publications, and preparation of research proposals for external funding.

Applications are preferred prior to October 31, 2017; to learn more, please visit

Job ID 37473


Assistant Professor Position

Nonprofit Management and Organizations
Department of Public Administration and International Affairs
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
Syracuse University

The Department of Public Administration and International Affairs at the Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs seeks to fill a position in the area of nonprofit management and organizations. The appointment is at the Assistant Professor level.

We are looking for creative, engaging, and innovative colleagues who can complement and advance the department's reputation as a leader in nonprofit management. Applicants should (1) possess a Ph.D. in appropriate discipline, (2) have substantive knowledge about nonprofit management and organizations, (3) be able to teach core and elective courses in the MPA curriculum, (4) have expertise in a specialized area of nonprofit management or organizations and (5) have a strong record of, or demonstrating potential for, high quality research, excellent teaching and service. We welcome a variety of specializations including, but not limited to, collaboration, fund development, and governance, as well as domestic, international, or comparative perspectives. Applicants should have an active and rigorous research agenda and a demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence. Responsibilities of the position include maintaining a solid research program, teaching MPA courses, mentoring MPA and Ph.D. students, and engaging in service.

Our department is collegial, supportive, and interdisciplinary. We welcome applicants from a range of disciplinary backgrounds, including, but not limited to, public administration, public management, nonprofit management, business administration, health administration, political science, sociology, and other social science fields.

The Department of Public Administration and International Affairs at the Maxwell School is home to the world's first Master of Public Administration program, which is ranked first among more than 250 graduate public affairs programs in the United States and has several top-ranked specialties (U.S. News & World Report). The department is also home to a top-ranked Master's program in International Relations (Foreign Policy magazine), as well as several other programs, including a Ph.D. in Public Administration, a Master's Degree in Public Health, Executive Master's degrees in Public Administration and International Relations, and a wide range of certificate programs.

Syracuse University is a private research university of extraordinary academics, distinctive offerings and an undeniable spirit. With a gorgeous campus in the heart of New York State, a global footprint and a history that dates to 1870, we embrace diverse backgrounds and viewpoints. Our student population includes nearly 15,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate students, representing all 50 U.S. states and 123 countries. Our proud commitment to veterans and their families is unrivaled in higher education. Home to 11 schools and colleges, Syracuse University blends the foundational power of the liberal arts with the intense focus of professional programs. We offer undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees in Architecture, Arts and Sciences, Education, Engineering and Computer Science, Sport and Human Dynamics, Information Studies, Law, Management, Citizenship and Public Affairs, Public Communications, and Visual and Performing Arts.

A medium-sized city situated in the geographic center of the state, Syracuse, NY, is approximately a four-hour drive from New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto and Montreal. With a metropolitan population of 700,000, Syracuse is a center for cultural, recreational and artistic events, including the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse Stage, Symphoria, Destiny Mall, multiple sporting events, and festivals including Jazz Fest and Winterfest. The outdoor enthusiast will enjoy having the Adirondack Mountains, the Finger Lakes, Lake Ontario, and the Thousands Islands Region within easy driving distance of the Syracuse campus.

Applicants should submit materials online at #073447. Applicants should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching evaluations (if available), a list of courses they are willing and able to teach, a writing sample of recent research, and the names and complete contact information of three references. Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.

Syracuse University has a long history of engaging veterans and the military-connected community through its educational programs, community outreach, and employment programs. After World War II, Syracuse University welcomed more than 10,000 returning veterans to our campus, and those veterans literally transformed Syracuse University into the national research institution it is today. The University's contemporary commitment to veterans builds on this historical legacy, and extends to both class-leading initiatives focused on making an SU degree accessible and affordable to the post-9/11 generation of veterans, and also programs designed to position Syracuse University as the employer of choice for military veterans, members of the Guard and Reserve, and military family members.

Syracuse University maintains an inclusive learning environment in which students, faculty, administrators, staff, curriculum, social activities, governance, and all other aspects of campus life reflect a diverse, multicultural, and international worldview. The University community recognizes and values the many similarities and differences among individuals and groups. At Syracuse, we are committed to preparing students to understand, live among, appreciate, and work in an inherently diverse country and world made up of people with different ethnic and racial backgrounds, military backgrounds, religious beliefs, socio-economic status, cultural traditions, abilities, sexual orientations and gender identities. To do so, we commit ourselves to promoting a community that celebrates and models the principles of diversity and inclusivity.

Syracuse University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution. The University prohibits discrimination and harassment based on race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law to the extent prohibited by law. This nondiscrimination policy covers admissions, employment, and access to and treatment in University programs, services, and activities.

The Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin announces a faculty search for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Philanthropic and Nonprofit studies. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, volunteerism, philanthropy, nonprofit management, nonprofit finance and governance.  Appointment will be made at the junior faculty level, and includes recognition as a faculty member of the RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service in the LBJ School of Public Affairs.  Candidates should be prepared to make a career commitment to research and graduate teaching in an interdisciplinary, policy-oriented setting.  A record of policy and nonprofit experience is highly desirable.  Regional area of expertise is welcomed.   All interested candidates are encouraged to apply.   

For more information and to apply, visit:






The Department of Public Administration at Villanova University invites applicants for an entry level, tenure-track position in public administration beginning Fall Semester 2018.  We are especially interested in applicants who can teach graduate courses in Arts and Theater Management.   Experience in the public and/or nonprofit sector is highly desirable.

Primary teaching responsibilities include teaching on-campus and online graduate courses in the NASPAA-accredited Master of Public Administration (MPA) program as well as at the undergraduate level in our Public Service and Administration minor.  We offer a 3-2 teaching load for the first three years.  After a successful Third Year Review, a one-semester sabbatical is available in the fourth year and the 3-2 teaching load may be continued for another three years contingent on one’s publication record.

Ph.D. must be completed by June 30, 2018.  Preference will be given to applicants who provide evidence of teaching effectiveness, particularly online, and show promise of a strong record of publication.

Applications are to be submitted through PeopleAdmin, available at The application should include:

·         detailed letter of application indicating teaching and research interests

·         graduate and undergraduate transcripts

·         statement of teaching philosophy

·         three letters of recommendation

·         curriculum vitae

·         writing sample

·         summary of teaching evaluations

·         syllabus (if you have taught a course), and

·         statement of contribution to the University mission. 


Documents that cannot be submitted electronically should be sent to Dr. Catherine Wilson, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Public Administration, Villanova University, St. Augustine Center, Room 484, 800 Lancaster Avenue, Villanova PA 19085-1699.  All material must be received by October 15, 2017.  Questions about the position can be directed to Dr. Catherine Wilson at

The mission of the Master of Public Administration program is to offer graduates the knowledge of values, roles, skills, and practices that will help them become competent professionals capable of ethical, intelligent, and creative leadership in public service.  The Villanova MPA Program is a NASPAA accredited program.  For more information about the Department of Public Administration at Villanova, visit  For more information about the online MPA program at Villanova, visit  

Villanova is a Catholic University sponsored by the Augustinian order. Diversity and inclusion have been and will continue to be an integral component of Villanova University’s mission. The University is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer and seeks candidates who understand, respect and can contribute to the University’s mission and values. 

___________________________________________________________________________________Arizona State University Position Announcement - Director, School of Community Resources and Development


The College of Public Service and Community Solutions at Arizona State University (Phoenix, Arizona USA) invites applications for the position of Director of the School of Community Resources and Development (SCRD), full or associate professor (with tenure), with a term commencing no later than July 1, 2018. It is within SCRD that core faculty of nonprofit/ngo leadership and management, philanthropy and social entrepreneurship programs reside
For full job posting, see:



The Springfield College campus in Boston, MA seeks an adjunct instructor for its Leadership & Governance for Nonprofit Organizations course. This course is part of the MBA in Nonprofit Management program. Classes start for this course in September 2017 and end by early December. Classes meet in Boston for a full day once a month, four times during the term, with an online component between class meetings.

Preference is given to instructors with a PhD in a business related or nonprofit field. Instructors with a Masters degree in a business related or nonprofit field will be considered.

The Adjunct will have access to course resources from when the class has previously been taught.

For those interested in this opportunity, please contact Dennis Martino at by August 25.

The course description is:

Leadership and Governance for Nonprofits teaches the knowledge and skills to lead nonprofit organizations, their boards and staff through an understanding of the theories and models of leadership, organizational behavior, volunteer management, and human resource management.


The Maxwell School at Syracuse University is hiring an Assistant Professor in Nonprofit Management and Organizations to begin fall 2018.  The job announcement is here:  


The Department of Sociology and the School of Public Policy (SPP) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst invite applications for a full-time, tenure-track, position at the Assistant Professor level with research and teaching in organizational sociology and public policy to begin in September 2018. The University of Massachusetts Amherst is the flagship campus and an R1 doctoral granting university with highest research activity.

We seek a candidate whose research is informed by organizational studies/theory and relates to areas of interest within sociology, public policy, public management or nonprofit management. Successful candidates will be expected to complement existing strengths in sociology and public policy research; both units have particular strengths in the area of social inequality and social justice.

This is a joint tenure-track position in Public Policy and Sociology with the tenure home located in the Sociology Department. Teaching responsibilities will comprise graduate and undergraduate courses in the Sociology Department and the School of Public Policy, including SPP's undergraduate and Master of Public Policy and Administration programs.

To learn more, please click here.


Public Administration, Policy and

Community Development: Managing a Changing Landscape

November 3, 4, and 5, 2017

University of Vermont

Burlington, VT

The ability of local communities to thrive amidst changing political, social, economic and environmental landscapes has long been a central concern of public administration and policy analysts.  Street level bureaucracy, local and nonprofit administration, intergovernmental relations, and public private partnerships unfold within local contexts driven by demographic, political, and cultural trends and norms. In thriving communities, local advocates, town and city managers, local business operators, nonprofit directors and regional planners work at the crossroads of sectors, political, cultural, ethnic, and class boundaries for the good of the whole.  This year’s Northeast Conference on Public Administration will shed light on these complex dynamics. 

The University of Vermont, located in one of the Northeast’s most progressive small cities and nestled between majestic Lake Champlain and the Green Mountain range, is pleased to host the NECoPA 2017.  Inspired by the Vermont traditions of grassroots democracy and strong local “town meeting” culture, and collaboration across public, private and nonprofit sectors, this year’s NECoPA theme is:

Public Administration, Policy and Community Development: 

Managing a Changing Landscape

Calls for conference papers, “posters plus,” panels, preconference workshops, and practitioner forums are now open and can be emailed to:  Further details on the conference can be found at: Abstracts and proposals will be due August 7, 2017, with decisions made and provided to applicants by August 18, 2017.


For more information contact local conference host:  Chris Koliba, Community Development & Applied Economics Department, University of Vermont;; 802-656-3772.


Public Administration, Policy and Community Development:

Managing a Changing Landscape

Inspired by this central theme, papers, posters, panels, preconference workshops, and practitioner forums around the following conference tracks will be solicited:

o   Changing Landscapes in Local Communities.  Possible topics can include: the roles of local governments and nonprofits in community development initiatives; social equity and community development; “community capitals”; local and state government workforce development; public administration in rural communities; differences between urban and rural development; community policing & development; innovative tax and financing for local development; role of new immigrants/new Americans as community development strategy; changing roles of education funding and finance. 

o    Using Partnerships to Address Community Level Wicked Problems.  Possible topics can include: Collective Impact work; studies of collaboration; the use of partnerships and networks to address pressing community level problems (e.g., Opioid addiction; lack of affordable housing, etc.); partnerships and social equity; the role of governments in incubating local business development; social entrepreneurship.

o   Managing for Resilience.  Possible topics include: public administration and the science -policy interface; food systems; adaptive management; climate change impacts at the local scale; emergency and disaster management; social ecological systems; water resources management; renewable energy policies.

o   Communities as Complex Adaptive Systems.  Possible topics include: public administration and computer modeling; e-governance; models of networks and systems governance; evolving uses of social media; leading in complex environments; the uses of game theory in public administration; the role of the behavioral and decision sciences in public administration; utilization of performance management systems; the role of design and systems thinking in public administration.

o   Lessons in Trans-Border and Trans-Boundary Relations and Governance Reform.  Possible topics include: devolution of power and authorities; trans-border policy and administration; consolidation of governance and services; state and local government compliance and resistance to federal authority; changing federal-state-local relations (e.g. marijuana markets; immigrant labor; consumer labeling). 

Pressing Topics in Public Administration Research and Practice.  Including any public administration and policy relevant topics not cover


Hiroshima University is now recruiting a tenure-track anthropology position in the field of peace and education development. To learn more, please visit ttps://



The Third Sector Research Centre conducts research on the roles, resources, responsibilities and relationships of third sector organisations. Recent and ongoing work is or has been supported by ESRC,  the Leverhulme Trust, the Barrow Cadbury Trust, NIHR, the EU FP7 programme, and the Big Local Trust. The successful candidate will work to support the further development of the Centre by assisting the Director, John Mohan, with the development of funding bids, with ad hoc support to specific projects, and by contributing to teaching activities.

The post holder will conduct teaching duties as required while John Mohan is involved in an externally-funded research project supported by the Leverhulme Trust. The post holder will also contribute to TSRC’s development activities through supporting ongoing research projects, and contributing to the development of large-scale funding bids. TSRC projects currently support 8 staff and several PhD students and the post holder will be expected to work collegially as part of a team. Regular attendance in Birmingham is a requirement. 

We are seeking a social science researcher with relevant experience of undertaking qualitative and quantitative research, ideally within the third sector field but candidates with a strong social policy background will also be considered (e.g. with research interests in social policy, local government or health care).  

Person Specification


  • First degree in a relevant discipline (social policy, politics, sociology, geography, statistics, economic and social history)
  • A higher degree relevant to research area or equivalent qualifications
  • High level analytical capability
  • Ability to communicate complex information clearly – both orally and in writing
  • Good interpersonal skills in relation to working as part of a research team
  • Fluency in using relevant IT packages in collecting and analysing qualitative and quantitative data
  • Positive, flexible and enthusiastic approach, and ability to act on own initiative and prioritise workload
  • Willingness and ability to travel (e.g. for research meetings, or for project planning purposes (such as scoping of archival sources)).


  • Research experience directly relevant to the study of the third sector
  • Experience of (co-)writing research reports for funders and other stakeholders, and of contributing to academic papers

For informal enquiries please contact Professor John Mohan, email: or 0121 414 5405



Nonprofit Management and Policy, Assistant/Associate Professor


About University at Albany:


Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy is part of the University at Albany. Established in 1844 and designated a University Center of the State University of New York in 1962, the University at Albany's broad mission of excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, research and public service engages a diverse student body of more than 17,300 students in nine schools and colleges across three campuses. About one third of our undergraduates are the first in their family to go to college. In fall 2016, approximately 32 percent of all students at the University at Albany were students of color or of mixed race/ethnicity, and approximately 11 percent were international students.


Rockefeller College is home to a diverse group of scholars interested in teaching and research on issues of importance in the public and nonprofit sectors. Ranked 19th overall by US News and World Report, the Department of Public Administration and Policy offers an undergraduate major, a Master in Public Administration (MPA), and a PhD in Public Administration and Policy. The Department is nationally ranked in Information Technology Management, Public Management, Nonprofit Management, Public Policy Analysis, and Public Finance and Budgeting. We actively seek and support demographic diversity in our faculty and student body. To learn more about the Department visit our website at


Located in Albany, New York, New York State's capital, the University is convenient to Boston, New York City and the Adirondacks.

Job Description:


The Department of Public Administration & Policy in the University at Albany's Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Nonprofit Management and Policy position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor beginning fall 2018. Candidates should be strongly committed to excellence in scholarly research and should be effective teachers. Faculty in Rockefeller College are expected to pursue an active research program, teach and supervise undergraduate and graduate students, and engage in service activities.


Our program on Nonprofit Management, ranked 10th in US News & World Report, emphasizes the "nuts and bolts" of operating and sustaining nonprofit organizations and the tactics and strategies of creating social change toward greater equity and justice. We welcome applications from candidates engaged in high-quality nonprofit management and policy research in these areas. Candidates conducting research on nonprofit governance, resource generation and sustainability, nonprofit public policy, policy advocacy, collaboration, and/or nonprofit networks are especially encouraged to apply. We are open to scholars conducting research in domestic, international or global contexts, and who use qualitative and/or quantitative methods.



Minimum Qualifications:

·         Applicants must have a PhD by September 1, 2018 from a college or university accredited by the US Department of Education or internationally recognized accrediting organization.

·         Senior applicants should have a well-established research program; junior applicants should have a trajectory to develop a tenurable research record.

·         Applicants must be able to teach in Nonprofit Management and in core Public Policy or Public Administration courses, and be able to, or have the potential to, fulfill the mission and goals of Rockefeller College.

·         Applicants must have the ability to work with a culturally diverse population.


Preferred Qualifications:

·         The successful candidate's PhD will likely be in Public Administration, Public Management, Public Affairs, or an allied field such as Sociology or Political Science.

·         Experience in a nonprofit organization, and working on or writing research grants for external funding, will be considered a plus in the selection process but not a requirement.

Additional Information:

Professional Rank and Salary Range: Assistant or Associate Professor; salary competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.


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Applicants MUST submit the following documents:

·         Cover letter addressed to Jennifer Dodge, Chair of the Search Committee

·         Curriculum vitae

·         Writing sample

·         Teaching evaluations (associate faculty only submit teaching evaluations for the past 4 semesters)

·         Three letters of recommendation and graduate transcripts, emailed to


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A review of applications will start October 1, 2017 and the search will remain open until the position is filled.



The Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track faculty position at its Wilmington, Delaware campus, whose primary responsibilities will be teaching, advising, and promoting enrollment growth in the Master of Business Administration program (Nonprofit Management concentration).
More details with application instructions at:

The appropriate contact for more details about this job is Associate Dean Dr. David Rudder


ARNOVA is hiring for the following positions:

Associate Director of ARNOVA

The primary responsibilities of the Associate Director of Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) are to provide overall strategic leadership for the day-to-day operations of ARNOVA. Drawing on a track record of excellence in established best practices, the Associate Director will work closely with the Executive Director. The position will be responsible for supervising membership, conference and events, marketing, communications, and operations.

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Deadline to apply: 07/05/2017


Administrative Secretary

This position will provide administrative support to the Executive Director and general administrative support to Associate Director as needed. Serve as primary administrative contact for ARNOVA. This position is responsible for communicating with a variety of individuals including national and international professionals in the nonprofit and for-profit field, government and University officials.

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Deadline to apply: 06/30/2017




Vice President for Scholarly Programs
The National Humanities Center, located in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, seeks a Vice President for Scholarly Programs.

The National Humanities Center is a private, nonprofit organization, and the only
independent institute exclusively dedicated to advanced study in the humanities.
Since it opened in 1978, the Center has provided residential fellowships to more
than 1400 scholars from all parts of the United States and from three dozen other
nations. Up to forty Fellows are chosen annually to pursue their own research
and writing and to benefit from the exchange of ideas with colleagues during an
academic year at the Center. The Center is also a national leader in humanities
education and public humanities engagement.

The Vice President for Scholarly Programs is part of the senior staff of the Center
and reports directly to the President and Director, Robert Newman. The Vice
President for Scholarly Programs is responsible for the oversight of the Fellowship
Program, and works with a distinguished Board of Trustees on institutional
development, meets with foundation representatives, and prepares grant proposals.
The successful candidate will have a strong scholarly background, including a
Ph.D. in a humanities discipline, the ability to work well with a range of people,
creative and effective administrative experience, imagination, and initiative.
Starting date is August 2017. Compensation is competitive.

Applications, including a letter, a C.V., and names and
contact information of three references, should be
submitted by May 1, 2017. Send by e-mail to:



Association for Research on Civil Society in Africa (AROCSA)

The Association for Research on Civil Society in Africa (AROCSA) was established by the Ford Foundation, West Africa to drive research and advance the work done by Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and its Stakeholders across Africa. The organization is looking to hire an Executive Director who will be based in West Africa (Preferably in Lagos/Accra), to lead its efforts.

The Executive Director will be responsible for developing and guiding the strategic vision of AROCSA and managing internal and external stakeholder relationships. The ED’s ultimate mission is to build a strong continent-wide network that ultimately changes the way in which researchers and practitioners in Civil Society engage meaningfully in Africa, making Civil Society relevant in Africa’s Development.

Summary of Key Responsibilities

PROGRAMS: Design programs and events that are aligned with the organizational areas, and manage them through planning, documentation and execution across the continent.

RESEARCH: Support members in their research activities, identify funding opportunities and build partnerships with research institutes, and build strong training initiatives to improve members’ research capacity.

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION: Oversee financial management; ensure that funds are used efficiently and reporting is done properly, with particular attention to reporting to the organization’s advisory board.

FUNDRAISING: Align strategic program needs with forecasting and budgeting, and set annual fundraising targets.

EXTERNAL RELATIONS: Serve as the key spokesperson for the organization, articulate its values and mission with various audiences, and sustain aggressive membership-expansion strategies, with annual targets for both institutional and individual memberships.

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Recruit and retain the best people and develop a healthy work environment to promote staff growth, well-being and productivity.

Qualifications and Competencies

  1. At least a postgraduate degree in the social sciences (preferably, a PhD).
  2. At least 6 years of relevant/related work experience in a managerial capacity. Experience spanning various sectors is highly desirable.
  3. Must recognize the multiple contexts in Africa, appreciate the changing dynamics and leverage diversity, building bridges across regions, academia and practice.
  4. Experience in partnership building on a multi-national level is essential.
  5. Must be able to manage the organization with the future in mind and anticipating contextual changes that may affect the vision and strategy.
  6. Must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills in both informal and formal settings, and must be able to engage effectively with multiple audiences for mutual benefit.

All interested candidates should send an introductory email and their CVs (as a PDF or Word attachment) to careers[at] no later than June 16th, 2017.

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Two full-time postdoctoral positions are available at TSRC in Birmingham for up to 30 months from 1st July or as soon as possible thereafter. A further part-time post will be advertised shortly.

The role of the post holders will be to work on a study of the development of the voluntary sector in post-war Britain in four selected communities (Bethnal Green, Birmingham, Bolton and Burnley). This project is funded by the Leverhulme Trust and the post holders will undertake research under the supervision and guidance of TSRC’s Director, Professor John Mohan.

On this project the researchers will be working on archival data from voluntary organisations and public sector agencies, and on interviews with participants in and employees of those organisations, to develop an understanding of organisational development, survival, adaptation and closure. We welcome applicants from a range of disciplinary backgrounds, such as economic and social history, politics, social policy, sociology, or human geography.

The post holders will be expected to work closely with other colleagues in TSRC at Birmingham, including postgraduate students, engaged on related projects.

The posts are based in Birmingham and attendance in the workplace is required when not conducting primary fieldwork away from the city. However, consideration will be given to candidates resident in locations convenient to fieldwork sites, subject to demonstration of ability to deliver on the project aims while working remotely.

The posts should be live on the University of Birmingham website, reference 56934, from Wednesday 12th April; closing date is 5th May. I am happy to answer informal inquiries but note I will be away from 12-22 April inclusive.



The University of St Andrews’ School of Management is currently recruiting at Associate Lecturer and Lecturer level. While applications in any area of management are welcome, special emphasis is given to social enterprise. 


Further information on the Associate Lecturer role can be found at


For details on the Lecturer position, please see


A general overview of the School and its research themes and centres is available at


Search Begins: Fall 2016; Search ends when filled. Position starts: August 1, 2017

The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy seeks an exceptional colleague to join the faculty of the first school of its kind. The School is particularly interested in research on philanthropic fundraising, but there is also a broader interest in excellent research and teaching that will advance the field. The incumbent will conduct research and facilitate the translation of new knowledge into improved practice; create a thriving intellectual community to attract outstanding students to research and research-informed practice; expedite the assimilation of new findings to provide direct instruction to practitioners; and share emerging knowledge with practitioners worldwide through conferences, specialized training and publications.

This position is a 10-month open rank tenured or tenure-track faculty position. Candidates should have a significant record in the area of philanthropy research, preferably fundraising, though any relevant research with broad impact is highly valued.

The duties of the Professor of Philanthropic Studies will include teaching and mentoring students as well as conducting research, publishing, and providing service to the School, campus, and the field of Philanthropic Studies. The school has a preference for teaching required fundraising courses and expanding the fundraising research agenda.

Search Begins: Fall 2016; Search ends when filled. Position starts: August 1, 2017

The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy seeks an exceptional colleague to join the faculty of the first school of its kind. The School is particularly interested in research on philanthropic fundraising, but there is also a broader interest in excellent research and teaching that will advance the field. The incumbent will conduct research and facilitate the translation of new knowledge into improved practice; create a thriving intellectual community to attract outstanding students to research and research-informed practice; expedite the assimilation of new findings to provide direct instruction to practitioners; and share emerging knowledge with practitioners worldwide through conferences, specialized training and publications.

This position is a 10-month open rank tenured or tenure-track faculty position. Candidates should have a significant record in the area of philanthropy research, preferably fundraising, though any relevant research with broad impact is highly valued.

The duties of the Professor of Philanthropic Studies will include teaching and mentoring students as well as conducting research, publishing, and providing service to the School, campus, and the field of Philanthropic Studies. The school has a preference for teaching required fundraising courses and expanding the fundraising research agenda.

Search Begins: Fall 2016; Search ends when filled. Position starts: August 1, 2017

The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy seeks an exceptional colleague to join the faculty of the first school of its kind. The School is particularly interested in research on philanthropic fundraising, but there is also a broader interest in excellent research and teaching that will advance the field. The incumbent will conduct research and facilitate the translation of new knowledge into improved practice; create a thriving intellectual community to attract outstanding students to research and research-informed practice; expedite the assimilation of new findings to provide direct instruction to practitioners; and share emerging knowledge with practitioners worldwide through conferences, specialized training and publications.

This position is a 10-month open rank tenured or tenure-track faculty position. Candidates should have a significant record in the area of philanthropy research, preferably fundraising, though any relevant research with broad impact is highly valued.

The duties of the Professor of Philanthropic Studies will include teaching and mentoring students as well as conducting research, publishing, and providing service to the School, campus, and the field of Philanthropic Studies. The school has a preference for teaching required fundraising courses and expanding the fundraising research agenda.

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