The Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice invites applications for an assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice beginning in August 2019.
The successful candidate will have the ability to teach introductory level, intermediate, and advanced courses, including but not limited to social statistics, social research, and writing intensive courses in sociology, criminology, and criminal justice.
Opportunities may be available to teach graduate and honors college courses in sociology and criminal justice. This position will require teaching face to face and online, and also may require teaching and advising assignments at off-campus satellite programs. Candidates must also serve as a faculty adviser to students and perform administrative tasks as directed by the department chair.
The position requires the successful candidate to engage is scholarship including, but not limited to professional publications, conference presentations, and grant acquisition.
Expectations for service include participation in department and university-wide committees as well as engagement in community activities relevant to the local community and the region.
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke is one of the sixteen member institutions in the University of North Carolina system. The university is rapidly growing in size and offers numerous opportunities for creative teaching, including on-line courses, as well advancement of scholarship. For more detailed information about the university, its faculty and programs, view our web site at http://www.uncp.edu.
Prefer an individual capable and willing to be highly engaged with students as well as department and university activities and events.
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Posting Number: EPA00331
Special Instructions to Applicants
To apply for this position visit the university’s online employment system at: https://www.uncp.edu/facultystaff/human-resources/talent-acquisition/careers-uncp.
Application review continue until the position is filled.