Assistant Professor and Program Chair of Leadership and Organizational Management Programs 

Assistant Professor and Program Chair of Leadership and Organizational Management Programs 


Trinity Washington University, a comprehensive university in the nation’s capital, invites applications for Assistant Professor and Program Chair of the Leadership and Organizational Management Program in the School of Professional and Graduate Studies, beginning Fall 2023.  This is a graduate program offering the degree of Master of Science in Administration (MSA).  

Trinity seeks dynamic teaching professionals who will embrace our mission of inclusive excellence and continue to build strong and innovative curricula and high-impact learning experiences in the graduate programs. This full-time, twelve-month, non-tenure track faculty position includes teaching, curricular development, internship supervision, and administrative responsibilities as required. 

Qualifications are a terminal degree in Public Administration, Public Affairs, Public and Nonprofit Management, Business or a related field, and a strong background in issues and opportunities in the local D.C/Maryland/Virginia nonprofit and government sector. Trinity particularly seeks candidates who have experience developing and offering both online and in person courses; a demonstrated ability to connect students with applied practicum and internship experiences is a plus. Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate excellence in teaching and potential for connecting students to portfolio-building opportunities. 

Specific responsibilities may include: 

  • Teach courses in Management, Administration or related areas, primarily  evenings and weekends, both in-person and online; 
  • Work with Trinity’s Center for Student Success and PGS advisors to support students in the program as they reach their full potential; 
  • Assist in creating, revising, and promoting the newly established Nonprofit Management degree program and assist in program recruitment efforts; 
  • Build relationships with businesses and organizations and create pipelines for practica, internships, and other external programs; 
  • Participate in scholarly activities appropriate for field of expertise; 
  • Provide service to the School and University through committee work and other service activities as determined by the Dean of the School of Professional and Graduate Studies.
    Candidates invited for a campus interview will be asked to provide official transcripts for all degrees earned, sample course syllabi, course evaluations or other evidence of teaching effectiveness, and contact information for three professional references. The campus interview will include a teaching demonstration. Candidates who can demonstrate knowledge of and facility with collaborative and engaged pedagogies will be most competitive for this role. 


Major responsibilities: 

  • Teach up to 4 courses per semester; 
  • Design, develop and evaluate curricula; 
  • Design and implement instruction utilizing high-impact pedagogies; including on-line and hybrid modalities; 
  • Evaluate student achievement of course objectives related to theoretical knowledge and practice; 
  • Effectively use instructional technologies (i.e. MOODLE, Zoom, Microsoft Office Suite, Statistical Software, etc.); 
  • Provide oversight and evaluation of students in the classroom, in on-line and hybrid settings, and in practica. 


Interested candidates should submit their credentials by clicking the “Apply Now to this Position” link below where you will be re-directed to the online application. 

Trinity Washington University is dedicated to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its students, faculty and staff. Trinity is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive community and strongly encourages all qualified individuals to apply.