Qualifications: Ph.D. preferred (ABD or master’s considered) in sociology. Preference given to candidates with professional experience or additional degrees in social work, criminal justice, or restorative justice. Demonstrate excellence in teaching.
Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate courses in sociology and an affiliated discipline related to social work, criminology, or restorative justice. Preference also given to candidates with experience teaching online courses. The faculty member will support and strengthen a cooperative sociology major among sister institutions. Actively participate in scholarly activity, student advising and mentoring, student recruiting, and campus and community service.
Compensation: Commensurate with education and experience within the university pay scale.
Submit the following applications materials to the contact indicated.
- Letter of interest
- Curriculum Vita
- Three letters of reference (submitted directly from referee)
- Copies of transcripts
- Completed supplementary application (located at www.bluffton.edu/employment)