PT Lecturer Strategic Intelligence Analysis

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Job description

The College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University invites applications for a part-time faculty position to teach on-campus or online graduate-level courses for the Master of Arts Degree in Strategic Intelligence and Analysis and/or graduate certificate programs in Homeland Security. Instructional areas will focus on core elements of strategic intelligence analysis at the graduate level, including psychology of intelligence analysis, intelligence operations management, globalization and intelligence issues, intelligence analysis and policy relationship, interagency collaboration, all source intelligence, human intelligence, analysis for counterterrorism, culture and psychology, law and psychology, and intelligence collection. These could include, but are not limited to, using research in psychology and case studies to develop an interdisciplinary viewpoint and approach to both security and intelligence analysis, understanding the conceptual design of the operation from both a strategic and tactical perspectives, exploring the key themes that are currently developing within international intelligence liaison relationships and understanding the importance of explanation and evidence in order to provide policymakers with the most useful intelligence information.


Candidates must have a Masters degree in a related field (doctorate strongly preferred) plus at least five years of industry or governmental experience. A history of successful teaching at the graduate level is strongly preferred. Other qualifications and expertise also considered. On-ground candidates must be able to commit to teaching on campus in Boston or Burlington at least one night a week for an entire academic quarter (see additional information below). Preferred qualifications include an active clearance secret acceptable, TS/SCI preferred.

Additional Information:
This is a part-time, non-benefits eligible, non-tenure track renewable position. Courses are offered in online, on-campus, and blended formats. Courses are 12-weeks in duration (8 weeks in the summer). The classes begin in September, January, April, and July. Positions are available contingent upon enrollment, funding, and departmental needs. Stipend rates per course.

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