General Criminal Justice Administration courses as needed within the program. The successful applicant is expected to effectively teach a diverse student population; make professional and university service contributions; and advance Criminal Justice Administration at Mansfield University.
Minimum requirements: A completed graduate degree in Criminal Justice; an ability to teach general criminal justice related courses; and completion of a successful interview which includes a teaching demonstration on a criminal justice topic. Additional requirements: Excellent communication skills (verbal and written); the ability to teach, evaluate and advise students; and the ability to adapt to changing technologies that support teaching and learning. Demonstrate the elements of the Mansfield Creed (Character, Scholarship, Culture, Service) and be effective in supporting the university’s vision and mission. Preferred: A completed Ph.D. or ABD in Criminal Justice; prior teaching experience at the university level; and prior publication and research agenda. Other conditions of employment are verification of all earned degrees through the receipt of original transcripts and an acceptable background check report.
Teaching and advising, continued scholarly growth, and service to the department, university, and community. Effective communication and use of electronic teaching technology. Work cooperatively with staff, faculty and administration. Ability to use software application programs such as word processing, spreadsheets, e-mail and effective use of phone, keyboard and other office equipment. May be required to lift, stand, walk, reach with arms, etc. Travel may be required.
Temporary, part and full-time positions as needed for the 2012/13 academic year, Instructor rank. Salary is competitive and dependent on qualifications and experience.
Mansfield University of Pennsylvania - 16 months ago