Job TitleAssistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Position TypeFull Time
Job Category Faculty
Salary Range -
Location New London, CT US
Application Deadline October 21, 2022
Contact Name Scott Barnes
Mitchell College is building on its long history of making education more accessible by pioneering an entirely new approach which is flexible, strength-based, and interest driven. Our ability-based approach to learning focuses on teaching adaptability through a core academic discipline curriculum, which provides multiple opportunities for students to apply skills in different learning and professional contexts. To keep this model innovative, vibrant, and responsive to students’ interests, we need instructors and faculty who are experienced in building cross-disciplinary collaborations. This revolutionary approach to learning ensures students learn the adaptive skills they need to live life well, both professionally and personally.
Mitchell College is seeking an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice who will share our passion for teaching across disciplines and becoming fully immersed within our community. The successful candidate must be ready to begin teaching the current courses within the criminal justice curriculum as well as develop new courses that meet the ever-changing needs of the field. We specifically seek candidates who will be able to contribute to the department’s current strengths (justice studies, restorative justice, programs and treatment, and CJ leadership) and who have the ability through education and/or experience to develop introductory level cybersecurity courses with the possibility of creating a cybersecurity track within the criminal justice major.
Required Education and Experience:
A terminal/Ph.D. degree in Criminal Justice or closely related field
Excellence in teaching
Formal leadership and/or experience within the criminal justice field
Higher education teaching experience, with a preference for applicants with experience working with students who have diverse learning styles
Demonstrated curriculum development of cybersecurity courses and/or program
Documented service on departmental, student, or college committees and/or active service to organizations that directly relate to the goals of higher education
Research area(s) that complement the department’s strengths and/or cybersecurity
The physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
For full consideration, please apply at http://mitchell.edu/careers/. A cover letter and CV is required.
Application deadline is October 21, 2022.
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