DIRECTOR, HOMELAND SECURITY MASTER'S PROGRAMKU Law School
Director, Homeland Security Law & Policy Master’s Program
University of Kansas School of Law
The KU School of Law seeks a full-time director to oversee the Homeland Security Law and Policy Master’s Program at the Leavenworth campus and the associated Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security Law and Policy. The program director will work closely with the School of Law and the Edwards Campus and provide strategic direction for these academic programs. The programs are located at the Leavenworth Campus but office space for the Director will at the KU School of Law in Green Hall on the Lawrence campus. Women, minorities, and candidates who will contribute to the climate of diversity in the Law School and the University are especially encouraged to apply.
J.D. from an ABA accredited law school; five years of law practice, or law teaching, or other post JD legal experience; three years of leadership experience in supervising, directing and/or managing large scale or complex programs, and; experience making presentations in a teaching environment or public presentations as demonstrated through written materials and the interview process are required.
Experience in curriculum development or experience working in and/or with law enforcement, the military or other homeland security related professions preferred.
Submit a cover letter to the attention of Dean Stephen Mazza addressing how you meet the required qualifications, a CV/resume and names of three professional references through the KU on-line job site at https://employment.ku.edu/
Review of applications will begin on February 18, 2019 and will continue until a pool of qualified applicants is obtained.