Justice Administration and Criminology: University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown seeks candidates for a full-time assistant professor position in Justice Administration and Criminology starting Fall 2017. Appointment may be in or outside the tenure stream, depending on candidate credentials. PhD in Criminal Justice or related field preferred, JD or MA in Criminal Justice considered; college teaching experience required; law enforcement experience and willingness to work with local agencies strongly preferred. Responsible for teaching Introduction to Criminal Justice and courses in at least one or more of the following areas: policing, white collar crime, cybercrime, juvenile delinquency, criminal investigations, or court procedure; academic and career advising; continuing professional development; and college service. Four course load per semester.
Department: 41248-Johnstown Soc Sci-Justice Administration and Criminology
Application Process: Send current resume, all official transcripts, and three current reference letters to: Justice Administration and Criminology Chair, Division of Social Sciences, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, 450 Schoolhouse Road, Johnstown, PA 15904 or email to Sharon Wilson (email@example.com). To receive full consideration, application should be received by January 16, 2017. Review will continue until position is filled. The University is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute, through their leadership, research, teaching, and/or service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community. The University of Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Vets/Disabled.
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