Overview

FUNCTION AND RESPONSIBILITY
Under the direction of the Dean of the College of Criminal Justice and Emergency Responders, provide course instruction to students utilizing multiple teaching formats. Primary teaching focus is criminal justice and public safety.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Minimum of 12 contract hours of teaching responsibilities per semester.
  • Provide a minimum of 5 hours devoted to office hours for the purpose of student advising and support.
  • Active participation in program and accreditation activities. (Including but not limited to course and program assessment and development)
  • Participation in professional and scholarly activities, including but not limited to research and dissemination of knowledge through publication, community, or faculty presentations.
  • Recruitment and retention of students.
  • University/community service.

Minimum qualifications:

  • Masters Degree in related field with equivalent level course work specific to criminal justice/emergency services
  • Evidence of experience in providing effective teaching at the undergraduate level.
  • Ability to teach broad range of criminal justice courses.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated evidence of ability to teach from multiple formats including online, blended, and face-to-face
  • Willing and able to travel to distant regional campuses

Desired qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in related field w/equiv.-level course work specific to emergency services
  • Five or more years criminal justice/emergency services experience
  • Two or more years experience teaching in a community college, university, or training center
  • Ability to teach both CJ and EMT or emergency management courses.
  • Two or more years supervisory experience
  • Ability to offer online programming