Adjunct Faculty, Financial Management for Nonprofits

Requisition #: A-55221-2

Status: Part Time

Type: Faculty

School: Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

Department/Program: Advanced Academic Programs

Location City: Washington

Location State: DC

Location Zip Code: 20036

Closing Date: Open until filled

General Description

The Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) unit of the Krieger School seeks an Adjunct Faculty to teach the online course of 470.798 - Financial Management and Analysis in Nonprofits for the graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. This course is one of the six required courses of the certificate. As the nation's oldest and one of the most prestigious research universities, Johns Hopkins offers high-quality master's degrees and post-baccalaureate education to students located in the greater Baltimore and Washington, D.C. regions and throughout the United States and abroad.

This course surveys the basic tools for financial management and analysis through the lens of a nonprofit leader. Whether students are interested in a career in nonprofit organizations or in working with nonprofit organizations in other capacities, students will learn to be an informed consumer of financial information and an educated user of financial tools. Students will put themselves into the shoes of a nonprofit leader, understand how financial information and tools play an important role in evaluation and decision-making processes, and ask critical questions using the financial information and tools before making decisions and take actions. The course starts with an internal perspective before turning the focus externally. This course is not intended to make students financial experts. Rather, it will provide basic knowledge for students to ask the right questions, know where to get information and answers, and work effectively with financial experts in the field. Elective course for the Certificate in Nonprofit Management.

We invite applications to fill an adjunct teaching position (10-15 hrs/week), non-tenure track, semester-by-semester hire. The Certificate program is fully online. The adjunct faculty will report to the Program Director of the Certificate in Nonprofit Management. The Adjunct Faculty will have the following instructional and administrative responsibilities:

Teach 1 graduate course (unless there is a demand for more than one section) online using BlackBoard;
Personalize the graduate course through BlackBoard, including an international scope to the course;

Learn online tools such as Voicethread, Panopto and Adobe Connect;

Grade assignments and provide regular feedback to students on the online discussion threads and in the grade center;

Answer student inquiries via email within 24 - 48 hours;

Complete other administrative duties associated with teaching as assigned.

You may learn more about our nonprofit management courses and the certificate program by visiting our website: http://advanced.jhu.edu/academics/certificate-programs/nonprofit-management/

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a master's degree at an accredited college or university in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance or equivalent work experience and will have experience working with a nonprofit or international NGO. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is a plus. Experience as a controller or finance director level preferred, between five to seven years of financial experience and management experience with the day-to-day financial operations of an organization. Familiarity with Not-for-profit accounting in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, OMB Circulars A-133, A-110 and A-122, TANF program regulations and compliance requirements, and appropriate Code of Federal Regulations sections, is highly desirable. As well as familiarity with relevant software, Outlook, BlackBoard, Microsoft Office Suite and any nonprofit accounting software/databases (such as Quickbooks, Razors Edge, others). College-level teaching experience is highly desirable with a proven record of effective online teaching and familiarity with Blackboard (or a similar learning management system) are strong advantages. The ideal candidate needs to be knowledgeable of the dynamic and evolving nature of nonprofit management and the broader area of social services delivery. The initial appointment is for one semester with the potential for renewal of adjunct contract depending on teaching demand.

Application Instructions

Please submit the following: (a) cover letter; (b) curriculum vitae; (c) list of 2 references with names, titles, institutions, email addresses, and telephone numbers; and (d) any end-of-semester student evaluations for any previous courses taught. Candidates may apply online only by clicking the "Apply Now" button. If you have any questions, you may email nonprofit@jhu.edu.

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