If you are interested in working at the U.S. Naval War College (NWC), are currently a member of our civilian personnel team, or are interested in other U.S. Navy career opportunities, the Human Resources department is here to assist you. Our mission is to recruit, hire, and retain the best qualified and most diverse workforce possible and to provide employees with the tools they need to succeed.
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This postdoctoral teaching and research fellowship is a one year in-resident appointment beginning July 2020 and is renewable by the National Security Affairs Department for a second year. During the year, the teaching requirement is two seminars of the common core National Security Affairs Department courses.
This position is within the National Security Affairs Department.
The post-doctoral teaching and research fellowship is an anticipated vacancy for a one-year appointment renewable by the Strategy and Policy Department for a second year. The position’s teaching requirement is two seminars of the Strategy & War course taught in the winter trimester from November to February.
This position is within the Strategy & Policy Department.
Mr. Rick Menard is the Deputy Provost and Director of Mission Support at the U.S. Naval War College. Mr. Menard is a 21 year Air Force veteran who came to the College as a civilian in 2002. Initially assigned to the Dean of Academics, he transitioned to be Chief of Staff to the Provost and assumed his current position in June 2016. As Director of Mission Support, he oversees the Civilian Human Resources Department, Facilities and Safety Departments, Graphics Department, Major Events and Visitors Department and the Security Department. Mr. Menard is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Executive Leadership Program.
Dr. Gillen has significant higher education leadership, marketing, admissions and research/assessment experience. His portfolio includes non-profit management, corporate communications and planning, and leading cross-functional teams. He has taught at the Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University. With a career focused on organizational improvement, Gillen’s expertise comprises regional and military academic accreditation. A graduate of John Carroll University, Gillen earned an M.B.A. from Hofstra University and a doctorate in organizational leadership at Northeastern University. He joined the college’s senior leadership team in 2014.