Qualifications: Ph.D. in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a closely related field from an accredited institution. Area of specialization in either social justice or restorative justice required. Applicants should be strongly committed to excellence in teaching, student advising, and student mentoring. Preference with be given to candidates with evidence of teaching effectiveness at the undergraduate level, evidence of academics scholarship and research ability/potential to publish in peer-reviewed academic journals, the potential for securing external grants, and evidence of building community partnerships. Candidates must be committed to working with diverse populations and be conversant in multicultural issues.
Preferred Qualifications: Specialization area open with research interests and experiences in Research Methods, Criminology, Social Justice and Restorative Justice. Ability to teach a majority of the core course in our criminal justice curriculum.
Condition of Employment: Offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion of due diligence background check and verification of credential. Proof of U.S. citizenship or eligibility for U.S. employment (Immigration Control Act of 1986).