Assistant Professor School of Legal Studies
The primary responsibility of all full-time faculty of the University is the scholarly teaching of students in the courses and sections that are assigned, for advising students and to participate in the academic life of the University. The University and its faculty have identified these four domains of regular faculty academic life to be fulfilled:
ii. Scholarship, professional activity and creative work
iv. Academic advising
Faculty will prepare for and teach assigned classes, hold required office hours, advise students, be active on faculty and university committees, and maintain an active program of scholarship and professional development. Additionally, the candidate will participate in student recruiting efforts, community relations, and other duties outlined in the Husson Faculty handbook and/or assigned by the Dean of the College of Business. Course responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: Introduction to Justice and Public Safety, Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law and other courses in the applicant’s area of professional expertise.
The successful candidate will hold a Doctorate in Criminal Justice or a terminal degree in closely related field from an accredited institution. ABD and applicants pursuing doctoral qualifications will be considered. Preferred candidates will have college level teaching experience, supervisory experience in law enforcement or corrections, and expertise to instruct one or more of the upper division courses and master degree courses in leadership and operations. Superior organizational abilities and excellent written and oral communication skills are also required.