Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
St. Joseph’s College
Position Title: Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Employment Level and Status: Full Time Tenure Track
Application Deadline: April 11, 2021
Position Description and Details
The Department of Criminal Justice at St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue campus on Long Island, invites applicants for a tenure track Assistant Professor position in Criminal Justice to begin in the fall 2021. A Ph.D. in Criminal Justice or Criminology preferred, related field considered. The successful candidate will demonstrate experience and excellence in teaching traditional undergraduate courses, including: Criminal Justice Administration, Research Methods, and Criminology, as well as professional experience in the criminal justice field. Preferred area of specialization Race, Class and Crime; Women and Crime; Correctional Rehabilitation. Candidates must also demonstrate evidence of successful on-line/remote teaching and course development. Active service to the department, including curriculum revision is expected, as well as ongoing research/scholarship.
The Criminal Justice Major is unique. What distinguishes our program is the opportunity for students to specialize in one of five major tracks: Juvenile Justice, Mental Health, Law and Justice, Technology and the Criminal Justice System, and Community Corrections. Secondly, all criminal justice majors must complete an internship in their senior year. Students have been placed in police departments, district attorneys’ offices, courts, defense attorneys’ offices, probation departments, county jails, domestic violence units, and juvenile facilities, just to name a few. The Criminal Justice faculty has diverse teaching and research interests and experiences working in the criminal justice system (see website https://www.sjcny.edu/long-island/academics/programs-departments/criminal-justice).
With campuses in Brooklyn, Long Island, and Online, St. Joseph’s College is dedicated to providing an academically strong and affordable education at the graduate and undergraduate level. The College aims to prepare each student to lead lives worthy of the College’s motto: Esse non videri – “to be, not to seem.”
Please submit a letter or application, CV, statement of teaching philosophy, and on-line syllabus, along with 3 references. If you desire any further information, please contact Dr. Barbara Morrell, [email protected]
St. Joseph's College is an equal opportunity employer.
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