Associate Professor - Criminal Justice
Job no: 493749
Work type: Full Time Faculty
Location: Multiple Locations
The Associate Professor is responsible for, but not limited to, Teaching Performance; Curriculum/Instructional Development and Management; Student Advisement; College and/or Community Service; and Professional Development.
Teaching Performance: Provide students with course materials including syllabus, grading/attendance policy, and other relevant information in a timely manner; relate instructional materials, discussions and all course activities to course objectives; demonstrate effective instructional methodology as documented on the class visitation form; use practical examples and illustrations; pace the instruction over the semester; provide students with timely evaluations; provide evaluation results in a timely manner; relate evaluations to course objectives; follow acceptable department and college grading policies. Assist in the planning process of developing program course outcomes and assessments.
Curriculum / Instructional Development and Management: Develop and maintain course documentation; review and select textbooks; maintain appropriate materials for courses taught; schedule class and lab times effectively; continuously improve curriculum, instructional techniques, and integrate best practices of instructional delivery. Submit reports in a timely manner; maintain accurate records; manage the classroom environment for effective learning.
Student Advisement: Maintain and publicize required office hours and availability; refer students to other persons for appropriate assistance; maintain appropriate records; meet with students in a timely manner; display sensitivity to students’ needs and problems; advise students appropriately, based on their career plans and academic needs.
Commensurate with education and experience.
Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited college or university in criminal justice, public safety, criminology or administration of justice; or a Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited college or university with 18 additional graduate semester hours in courses prefixed as criminal justice is required.
Experience in law enforcement is required.
Experience in criminal investigation and crime scene processing preferred.
Familiarity with South Carolina criminal law and the South Carolina criminal justice system is preferred.
Teaching experience at the college-level preferred.
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