National Defense University seeks public diplomacy professor

The National War College, one of five colleges at the National Defense University, located at Ft. McNair, Washington, DC, is looking for a professor (assistant, associate, or full) of National Security Strategy, specifically public diplomacy. From the USAJobs announcement:

The National War College is seeking an expert with substantial professional or academic background in the development, analysis and conduct of public diplomacy. As a Professor of National Security Strategy, the incumbent's primary duty is teaching core and elective graduate level seminar instruction for senior leaders leading to the award of an accredited Master of Science in National Security Studies. Other duties include: participating in the development and implementation of academic programs; providing students with counsel, mentoring, and assessment of their academic performance; serving on committees and performing other college leadership duties as assigned; contributing to the professional development of faculty colleagues; conducting research and maintaining academic currency; and developing and maintaining professional relationships with decision-makers and leading authorities in his or her area of expertise, to include participating in studies, conferences, and working groups within and outside of the National Defense University. The College presents a ten-month course on all aspects of national security with a special emphasis on military strategy to a student body of approximately 220 mid-career military officers and government employees. The faculty of approximately 60 persons is an eclectic mix of civilian academics specializing in national security studies, and senior offices from the military services and other selected government agencies.

For all the details, including how to apply, see the USAJobs announcement.