Instructor/Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice-Sociology
FOCUS: Criminal Justice and Sociology
School of Professional Studies
Consideration of applications begins immediately.
Nine month contract. Starting salary DOQ's. Minimum salary of $41,939 for rank of Assistant Professor. Possible opportunity for additional summer pay. Excellent benefits package.
The ideal candidate will have a terminal degree in criminal justice, sociology, or a related area, and online and classroom teaching experience. Candidates with a graduate degree and significant professional experience may be considered for an instructor level position. An interest in pursuing a terminal degree, which is required for tenure, is preferred. Background in corrections, juvenile justice, and social science research preferred.
Teaching up to a 12 hour load per semester of online and onsite undergraduate and/or graduate courses, advising and mentoring students, providing service to the College, active participation in campus life on main campus in Peru, NE, and implementing an active professional development/academic discipline contribution plan. Faculty members are expected to demonstrate commitments to continuous improvement of instructional practices and student engagement in and outside the traditional learning space. Incumbent will teach a variety of criminal justice courses and several sections of the introduction to sociology course.
Employment Application (pdf)
Send the following:
- the completed application
- letter of interest
- curriculum vitae clearly showing education
- work background and years of experience
- statement of teaching philosophy
- academic transcripts (photocopies accepted),
- contact information for 3 current references (name, address, telephone number and email)
Peru State College
PO Box 10
Peru, NE 68421-0010.
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