Instructor, Criminal Justice

Port Huron, Michigan
Feb 26, 2018
Institution Type
Community College

Terms of Employment: Full-time, Faculty, Fall Semester 2018

Classification: Probationary Status

Salary Range: $41,285 – $65,554

Application Deadline: Interviews may begin as early as March 5, 2018; Open until filled

Apply online at:

Application instructions: Applying online at Unofficial copies of transcripts, cover letter, and resume are required in order to be considered for position. These materials may be faxed to HR’s attention at 810-989-5577, or email to [email protected]

Job Duties:

  • Teaching assignment may include a full range of courses within the Criminal Justice programs, which includes law enforcement and corrections career paths.
  • Teaching assignments may include a full-range of undergraduate courses; such as, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Police Procedures, Introduction to Corrections, The Court Function, etc.
  • Teaching assignment may include day, evening, weekend, and/or on-line courses.
  • Teaching responsibilities include teaching courses, maintaining scheduled office hours, advising students, developing curriculum, and participating in College service, and professional development activities.
  • Leadership in developing and improving our academic courses.
  • Community service is encouraged.


Minimum Qualification:


  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Criminal Justice or related degree required. Master’s degree in Criminal Justice or related degree with at least 18 credit hours of graduate work in Criminal Justice course preferred.
  • 4,000 documented hours of work experience in the criminal justice field required, 5 years or more documented experience preferred.
  • All academic degrees must be from a regionally accredited college or university.
  • Ability to maintain good relationships with students, staff, and community members.



Preferred Qualification:


  • Teaching experience at the community college level.
  • Experience and/or interest in using multi-media/new instructional technology in the classroom.
  • The ability to teach courses in both law enforcement and corrections.
  • Ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with local law enforcement agencies.
  • Background and experience in law enforcement, corrections, and homeland security.