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Graduate School USA: Instructor Opportunities

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Instructor and Consultant/SME Opportunities at Graduate School USA

A leading provider of professional development and training courses for the federal government and the private sector, Graduate School USA serves organizations and individuals with programs designed to support organizational missions, career and occupational development, and the personal ambitions of adult learners.

Our classroom instructors are part-time and deliver thousands of open enrollment and contract classroom classes each year. Highly respected for their instructional abilities and subject matter expertise, our instructors are also known for their emphasis on providing current and job-related information and skills to the public sector professionals.

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International Programs

Graduate School USA’s International Institute is recruiting in the following areas:

Exchanges: The International Institute is expanding its portfolio of inbound and outbound exchange programs for U.S. federal agencies and foreign governments and seeks candidates with experience managing all aspects of an exchange program.

Trainers/Subject Matter Experts: The International Institute is seeking trainers/subject matter experts who have experience designing and delivering training programs. Graduate School USA is seeking experts in the following fields: public financial management, performance auditing, energy, transportation, leadership, project management, and information technology.

Instructional Designers: The International Institute seeks instructional designers who can assist with customizing materials for training or certificate programs, including working directly with foreign institutions as well as developing multi-modal courses (for example, distance learning combined with classroom training).

Proposal Development: The International Institute seeks skilled proposal development experts with experience writing technical pieces for exchange, capacity building, governance, health programs, and Graduate School USA curriculum areas. The Institute also seeks proposal managers to assist with coordinating the proposal process.

For each of the list areas, prospective candidates should meet these minimum qualifications:

  • Experience living, working, or studying outside the U.S. for at least 6 months
  • Knowledge of a second language
  • At least four years of professional experience
  • U.S. citizenship or valid U.S. residency/work permit
  • Knowledge of Mandarin or Arabic a plus

To apply for these positions, please submit your resume and a brief cover letter to intlinst@graduateschool.edu.