Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army.
About the Position:
ACADEMIC RANK AND SALARY WILL BE BASED ON EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE. This is a civilian faculty position at the U.S. Army War College (USAWC) as provided under Title 10 USC 4021. Appointments are not to exceed 31 July 2014. Appointments may be renewed in one- to five-year increments thereafter. The student body consists of US military officers of all services in the ranks of lieutenant colonel and colonel, upper-level civilians from federal agencies, and foreign military officers.
The Carlisle Barracks is an installation at the center of the Army and Department of Defense senior leadership educational programs. The historic post supports USAWC missions, including those of the School of Strategic Landpower, Center for Strategic Leader Development, the Strategic Studies Institute and USAWC Press, and the Army Heritage and Education Center. Carlisle Barracks also hosts the Dunham U.S. Army Health Clinic. The post is a vibrant, cutting-edge workplace that supports the education and training of tomorrow's military leaders. Carlisle Barracks is one of central Pennsylvania's leading and most respected employers.
Who May Apply: United States Citizens
The selected candidate will participate in the planning, administration, management, and teaching of resident education curriculum and programs for USAWC students. The incumbent will have major responsibilities in the following areas: (1) developing educational programs for the USAWC Resident Course with an emphasis on the analysis of theater strategy, campaign plans, contingency operations, crisis action operations, and theater security cooperation activities; (2) teach courses related to the development of theater strategy, campaign plans, contingency operations, crisis action operations, and theater security cooperation activities; (3) review emerging concepts and joint and service doctrine, and (4) participate in exercises in support of the curriculum. In addition, the incumbent will serve as: a faculty instructor for one USAWC seminar, a faculty advisor for five to six USAWC students, and serve as a project advisor for student research projects.