The faculty member is responsible for leading and assessing a
growing Criminal Justice program, including innovative
curriculum development and instructional delivery, and for teaching a range of Criminal Justice courses, including
introduction to corrections, police organization and
administration, and criminology.
In addition, faculty members are expected to stay
current in their disciplines and in teaching
methodologies; implement changes in instruction based on
assessment results; work with outside agencies, such as
government, education, or business in order to promote the
Behavioral and Social Sciences Division and the College; maintain reasonably distributed office
hours; develop and revise curriculum, participate in a variety
of college committees and task forces, and advise students as
Faculty members are also expected to demonstrate leadership
in teaching, discipline activities, and college service, and
participate in community service.
This 10-month, tenure-track
position is scheduled to begin August 15, 2014.