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Assistant Professor  « Position Deleted on 4/08/2013 »

Institution: North Carolina Central University
Location: Durham, NC
Category:
  • Faculty - Liberal Arts - Criminal Justice
Posted: 01/07/2013
Application Due: Open Until Filled
Type: Full Time
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The Department of Criminal Justice is seeking applications to fill one nine-month tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level starting the Fall 2013 academic year. The department has nearly 700 undergraduate majors and 50 graduate majors. The program offers bundled electives in law enforcement, corrections, juvenile justice and homeland security on the undergraduate level. This is an EPA (EXEMPT FROM STATE PERSONNEL ACT) position.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate level courses, student advisement for undergraduate and/or graduate students, thesis/project supervision, and scholarly pursuits to include publication, grant writing, and research. Service within the department, university and the wider community are also required. The ability to work independently as well as with others to ensure student learning and success are expected. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.

Qualifications and Experience:
Earned doctorate in criminal justice, criminology or related field. Preference will be given to candidates who have senior level of management and leadership experience in criminal justice or related organizations. Additional areas of preference are teaching experience, record of publication, and grants/external funding.
North Carolina Central University, an EEO/AA employer, complies with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. All new employees must provide original documents verifying identity and employability within the first three (3) days of employment with the University. Accommodations for applicants who qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act or Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, are available upon request.