|Faculty members are primarily teachers and are responsible for the preparation and implementation of assigned courses. The college expects faculty members to expend about three-quarters of their time in teaching responsibilities.|
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice
||March 13, 2014
||Teaches 15 hours per week of courses in criminal justice and be able to teach at least three of the following courses: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Introduction to Criminology, Introduction to Forensic Science; Constitutional Law or Criminal Law; develops and teaches appropriate on-line courses; conducts a minimum of three office hours per week; participates in curriculum development and revision; curricula responsibility, including writing learning outcomes, assessment and program review; recommends selection of textbooks; assists in development of an effective means of evaluating and establishing clearly defined grading standards and procedures; communicates and executes classroom plans effectively; clarifies to students the expectations and standards for assignments and tests; advises students and shows concern for their academic welfare; responds to college's needs, adheres to departmental and college policies and assists students in course work and planning of programs; pursues professional development and increased knowledge in teaching through avenues such as self-and graduate study, workshops and conferences; participates in the college governance process through division-level tasks; participates in college recruitment day activities, college-wide committees, etc.
|Minimum Requirements:||Masterís degree in the law enforcement, criminal justice or closely related field. Five years of experience in law enforcement. Two years of teaching experience. Demonstrated interest in the use of technology to enhance classroom teaching and student learning. Knowledge of student success initiatives.|
| ||Note: Juris Doctorate resume should reflect the types of criminal cases handled as a practicing attorney.|
Candidates must send a letter and resume to the Human Resources Specialist, Atlantic Cape Community College, 5100 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. Email to email@example.com
Deadline April 11, 2014.
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