The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) is the recognized leader in corporate universities, advancing the use of technology in all areas of education. Faculty members are "thinking partners" and consult with acquisition customers and students, continuously improving product and service delivery to provide the right knowledge and skills at the point of need through mission assistance, workshops, classroom offerings and on-line resources.Learn more about this agency
As a Professor of Engineering Management, you will apply your knowledge, experience, technical abilities and managerial skills to teach, facilitate, coach and mentor students. The duties of this position on a daily/weekly basis will include:
1. Performs as a "thinking partner" and consultant with acquisition customers and students, continuously improving product and service delivery to provide the right knowledge and skills at the point of need through mission assistance, workshops, classroom offerings and on-line resources.
2. Creates content and coordinates with learning asset and technology divisions, which have central responsibility for development of curriculum, to modify assets and delivery methods as needed.
3. Develops and conducts lectures, cases, simulations, workshops and field trips.
4. Leads and facilitates student discussion, problem solving, and presentations.
5. Prepares course materials (student and instructor) according to current instructional systems design technology and develops course schedules.
6. Develops and analyzes student assessments, and provides student counseling to ensure the highest degree of learning.
7. Develops or contributes to development of online assets that customers can leverage in the absence of direct access to DAU faculty.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel up to 30% for this position.
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