Duties include teaching freshman through senior level criminal justice and public administration courses; participation in collaborative student recruitment activities, face-to-face and remote student advisement, student organization sponsorship; service on university committees; and engagement in professional organizations, scholarship, and community service.
Master of Science in Criminal Justice and Ph.D. in Criminal Justice, Political Science/Administration, or Sociology preferred. Master of Science in Criminal Justice considered. Previous post-secondary teaching experience preferred. Applicant must meet Higher Learning Commission expectations for faculty qualification.
Successful applicants must be familiar with external funding application procedures and must be willing to work with Oklahoma Department of Corrections regional facilities and programs as well as local, county, state and federal law enforcement and justice agencies. Applicants must be proficient with online teaching and learning platforms and be willing to teach distance education via Internet technologies and interactive television (ITV). Technological proficiency is a requirement.
This position will begin in August 2019.