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Assistant/Associate Professor, Criminology

Regis University, Criminology Department in the College of Contemporary Liberal Studies

Job Title: Assistant/Associate Professor, Criminology
Job Location: Denver , CO
United States
Status: Full-Time
Job Category: Law & criminal justice
Social & behavioral sciences
Application Closing Date: Requested Start Date 8/1/2019
Date Posted: 2019-06-06
Industry: Academic/Education

Job Description





Assistant/Associate Professor, Criminology
Regis University

The faculty member teaches full time for the Criminology Department in the College of Contemporary Liberal Studies (CCLS) with additional responsibilities (where required) for scheduling courses, new faculty orientation, workshop presentations, degree evaluations, file updates, student mentoring, administrative support to affiliate faculty, problem solving strategies related to teaching and course issues, and curriculum planning, writing, and revising curriculum to include developing and directing a Legal Studies program. This position also includes recruiting, assessing and mentoring affiliate faculty, and other administrative duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Required:

  • At least an ABD in a related Ph.D. program (e.g. Criminology, Psychology, Counseling, Behavioral Sciences, Sociology, Criminology, or Criminal Justice) or a JD from an institution accredited by a regional accrediting association or an equivalent institution outside the US with the designated years of practical work experience in the field.
  • A personal plan describing how your education, experience and background will enable you to teach and develop curriculum in both the Regis University’s BS in Criminology and the proposed new BS in Legal Studies.

Preferred: Please address the following job preferences in your cover letter:

  • Practical work experience in cybercrime and computer forensics in a law enforcement related occupation devoted to the extraction of evidence via forensic software applications (e.g. Forensic Tool Kit (FTK) from computers, cell phones, and other related peripheral media for the purposes of presentation in a civil or criminal court proceeding). Please note the distinction between the above requirement for experience in criminal forensics, and experience with an organization involving securing a computer network or architectural design of a computer network (cybersecurity).
    • Law enforcement experience, to include experience working as a post certified police officer, a criminal investigator, a city, state or federal attorney involved in criminal defense and/or prosecution, or a judge overseeing criminal cases. The applicant will need to teach a significant number of classes in both the current undergraduate degree in Criminology and the upcoming degree addition in Legal Studies.
  • Experience in teaching adult accelerated classes in both online and classroom-based platforms.
  • Experience in writing accelerated adult curriculum in both 5 and 8-week formats.
  • An educational background to include degrees or certifications in related disciplines (e.g. Criminology, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Professional Counseling, Behavioral Sciences, or Law).

Preferred candidates will have advanced knowledge of criminal computer forensics, to include employment experience; experience in a law enforcement-related field with as a post-certified street patrol officer; a Master’s Degree in Psychology, Professional Counseling Psychology, Sociology or a closely related field with documented job experience in that discipline; experience in working in groups/teams to accomplish joint projects/goals; excellent oral and written communication skills, and skill with Microsoft Office programs; a proven ability to understand and incorporate Ignatian values within teaching practice; and outstanding student evaluations.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

The faculty member teaches classroom and online courses; works with the Criminology Chair to coordinate and lead activities related to curriculum revisions, assists in developing and directing a new Legal Studies program, works with the Criminology Chair to recruit, assess and mentor new affiliate faculty; represents the Criminology Department with marketing and new student enrollment initiatives; participates in program development efforts on behalf of the Criminology Department; serves on CCLS committees and participates in Regis and CCLS efforts to further the mission and objectives of the University in service to students, alumni, faculty, staff, and other stakeholders; pursues scholarship; participates in faculty development, and performs other relevant duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

The Faculty member must have obtained the following: (1) Progressed at least to the point of “All But Dissertation” (ABD) in a Ph.D. program in a related field (such as Criminology, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Professional Counseling, or Behavioral Sciences) or possess a Juris Doctor (JD) from an institution accredited by a regional accrediting association or an equivalent institution outside the US; (2) experience teaching accelerated ground-based or online courses for adult students; (3) experience in curriculum development of adult accelerated courses in both online and ground-based formats; (4) A JD or a BA, BS, AA or AAS in Legal Studies. (5) Documented job experience in law enforcement, a private law firm, city, state or federal agency such as the City Attorney’s, State Attorney’s, or District Attorney’s offices, or a judge who hears criminal cases.

Preferred Qualifications:

Preferred candidates will have advanced knowledge of criminal computer forensics, to include employment experience; experience in a law enforcement-related field with as a post-certified street patrol officer; a Master’s Degree in Psychology, Professional Counseling Psychology, Sociology or a closely related field with documented job experience in that discipline; experience in working in groups/teams to accomplish joint projects/goals; excellent oral and written communication skills, and skill with Microsoft Office programs; a proven ability to understand and incorporate Ignatian values within teaching practice; and outstanding student evaluations.


Information and Application Process Instructions

Special Instructions to the Applicant:

Please submit a resume, cover letter and list of references with your application. Go to Regis University Workday Careers to apply.Current employees, please submit an application by logging into Workday. Click on Worklet and access the internal site.

Candidates must specifically address the following points in their Cover Letter when applying for the position. The current Criminology program contains elements of criminological theory, criminal forensics, computer forensics, psychology, sociology, ethics, terrorism and criminal justice. Legal curriculum, to include a BS in Legal Studies, will be added to the Criminology department this year.

When inquiring or applying for this job opening, please also reference AcademicCareers.com

Applicants with dual-career considerations can find university jobs such as professor jobs, dean jobs, chair / department head jobs, and other faculty jobs and employment opportunities at Regis University and at other institutions of higher education in the region on www.AcademicCareers.com

To obtain more information or to submit your resume you can contact Human Resources as shown below. If you apply for this position, please say you saw it first on www.AcademicCareers.com. Thank you.

Human Resources
3333 Regis Blvd
Denver , CO 80221
United States
Phone: 303-458-4161
E-Mail: hrinfo@regis.edu

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