Job Posting: Associate/Assistant Professor Position at Ted Stevens Center for Arctic Security Studies DOD at JBER.
Associate/Assistant Professor Position at Ted Stevens Center for Arctic Security Studies DOD at JBER. Salary $109,982-$195,000 per year.
Seeking Professor with specialty in the following subject area:
Socio Economics/Indigenous Populations: Expert knowledge of and experience working with Alaska Native, Indigenous organizations, private and public external constituencies, government agencies, Indigenous knowledge systems, Indigenous history, Federal Indian law and policy, Alaska Native Claims
Settlement Act, and comparative studies on the influence of indigenous populations in the Arctic and Circumpolar regions. Field experience with Alaska Native peoples, Elders, and communities will help drive and inform curriculum development that includes:
- Incorporation of indigenous perspectives and voices.
- First Nations concepts, perspectives, and initiatives from Canada.
- Understanding and improving the economic drivers for coastal and isolated Arctic communities.
- Deepening our understanding of the human dimensions of wildlife biology, fisheries management, and climate sciences.
- Developing a better understanding of the dichotomy of rural Arctic communities in North America and the developed communities across our Nordic allies and partners.
- Describing the complexities and requirements for subsistence based lifeway(s), community adaptation and resiliency.
- Degree (minimum of a Master’s degree with preference of a Doctorate degree) in Anthropology, Sociology, Socio-Economics or equivalent experience.
- Proven ability teaching and seminar facilitation at the postsecondary level.
- Proven expert experience developing and delivering course curriculum.
- General understanding of U.S. National Security.
Additional qualification information can be found from the following Office of Personnel Management website:https://www.opm.gov/
Individual Occupational Requirements (IOR):
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment.