The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies (DI) seeks applications for faculty positions at different academic ranks for its established Master of Public Policy (MPP).
We seek specialists in public policy and related fields.
Founded in Doha, Qatar the DI is a non-profit and independent higher education institute that responds to the needs of the Arab region by integrating graduate teaching and learning with scientific research in the fields of Public Administration, Public Policy, Development Economics, Social Work, Psychology, Social Sciences and Humanities.
The DI is licensed as a national institution of higher education by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education in Qatar.
Part of the School of Public Administration and Development Economics is the Public Policy program. The mission of the program is to equip Arabic-
Speaking students with necessary skills to fill policymaking and analysis leadership positions in the public and non-profit sectors in the State of Qatar and the Arab world.
The program aspires to contribute to policy research in Arabic and English and to expose students to public policy theories and methods.
Students also have the opportunity to gain expertise specific to one of three concentration tracks :
The MPP program embraces the universal values of social equity, effectiveness, justice, sustainable development and ethical stewardship in its curriculum, faculty recruitment, and student admission.
Required Qualifications :
We seek candidates who will make significant contributions in one or more of the following areas of teaching and research :
Applicants must show evidence of excellence in teaching and research in line with Doha Institute’s priorities of delivering graduate degree programs and securing important accreditations.
Applicants for all positions must have earned a Ph.D. in public policy or related fields from an internationally recognized academic institution.
Applicants must have published scholarly work in refereed peer reviewed journals, and a record of teaching excellence. The evidence for teaching excellence includes (but is not limited to) course syllabi, teaching evaluations, examples of innovative classroom pedagogy, teaching related nominations and awards.
The successful candidate will teach graduate level courses in both Arabic and English and supervise graduate students in all aspects related to fulfilling their graduation requirements.
The successful applicants should be able to teach in at least two substantive areas in public policy and related fields.
Therefore, we encourage all applicants to specify the subjects of the courses they have taught / or have an interest in teaching.
Applicants also should serve in intra and interdisciplinary teaching, research, and related activities, such as academic mentorship, and supervision of students’ capstone projects.
5) evidence of teaching excellence; (6) selected samples of peer reviewed publications / research work; (7) and three names and contact information (email and phone number) of senior faculty who can provide letters of reference.