The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice is a unit of the College of Arts and Sciences of Indiana State University. It is a rapidly growing department and is launching a new degree program in Intelligence Analysis beginning fall 2018. The program offers concentrations in counterintelligence, criminal intelligence, intelligence operations and intelligence collection. The department provides undergraduate and graduate distance learning programs, consulting and training services for public and governmental agencies, and technical support through its Institute of Criminology. The department has modern classroom facilities including a crime lab, and “smart rooms” for interactive video and computer instruction. Also, our programs offer internship opportunities. The Criminology program has grown to over 800 undergraduate majors and 70 graduate students both on campus and in the distance education programs. It is anticipated that the Intelligence Analysis program will enroll between 500 to 600 majors when fully implemented, with new faculty positions added to meet enrollment and program needs. The department is multidisciplinary with a broad emphasis on justice and security matters. More information is available through the department website at www.indstate.edu/cas/ccj.
Position: Assistant Professor. This position is a 10-month, tenure-track position with possibilities of summer teaching assignments. Criteria for tenure and promotion include research, scholarship, teaching effectiveness, and service to the university and community. Beginning Date: August 1, 2018.
Qualifications and Duties: Candidates are required to have a doctorate, with strong preference given to those with a Ph.D. in analysis studies or criminology, criminal justice, or related field with experience in analysis or demonstrated research agenda in intelligence analysis or crime analysis. ABD with firm completion date will be considered. A juris doctorate degree is not sufficient. The successful candidate will teach courses related to intelligence or crime analysis, as well as other classes in the curriculum. Candidates will eventually have an opportunity to develop new courses. The successful candidate will also be required to provide evidence of an active or developing research agenda. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level and in both an on campus and distance education format. The normal teaching load for tenured- and tenure-track faculty is 3:3 (9 hours per semester) for scholars who remain productive, with a possibility for summer teaching opportunities. Professional experience in a culturally diverse environment is also desirable. Salary is competitive (and commensurate with qualifications and experience) with excellent benefits.
Application: The position will remain open until filled. Applicants must apply online at jobs.indstate.edu and attach a letter of application, vita, unofficial transcripts (official transcripts will be required prior to campus interview), three letters of recommendation and any other supporting material. Inquiries may be directed to: Shannon Barton, Ph.D., Chair, Search Committee, Professor and Graduate Coordinator, Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN 47809, (812) 237-8332 [voice]; (812) 237-2407 [fax] E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org ISU encourages women and minority scholars to apply; ISU has a higher percentage of diverse and multicultural students than any other Indiana university.
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