The Department of Criminal Justice invites applications for a non-tenure track, fixed-term position as Teaching Instructor or Teaching Assistant Professor beginning August 16, 2021. This 1.0 FTE appointment will carry a four course teaching load in the Fall 2021 semester and a four course teaching load in the Spring 2022 semester. There are no research responsibilities associated with this position. Principal focus will be on undergraduate courses in the departmental major/minor programs although candidates with a PhD are eligible to teach in the graduate program.
Contingent upon available funds.
Special Instructions To Application:
Candidates should submit an online candidate profile via the PeopleAdmin system, cover letter, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching experience/philosophy and contact information for 2-3 current references at www.jobs.ecu.edu. Official transcripts will be required upon employment.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.
For Teaching Instructor, a Master's degree in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a closely related field such as Justice Administration is required.
For Teaching Assistant Professor, a PhD in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a closely related field such as Justice Administration is required. A JD alone is not a sufficient academic credential for this position.
All degrees should be from appropriately accredited institutions.
Full time or Part time: Full Time
Position Location (city): Greenville
Position Number: 936009
Organizational Unit Overview:
The Department of Criminal Justice offers a MS degree, graduate certificate, BS degree, and three minors-criminal justice, criminal law and legal process, and forensic science. Current faculty consists of nine tenure-track and three full-time instructors. The Department has the third largest number of majors in the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences and provides students with a comprehensive educational experience including exemplary academics and numerous extra-curricular opportunities. More information can be found at https://criminal-justice.ecu.edu/. East Carolina University is a constituent institution in the University of North Carolina system and Carnegie Doctoral-Research university with nearly 30,000 students. The university is the intellectual, cultural, and health care hub of Eastern North Carolina located between the state capital Raleigh and the Atlantic Ocean Outer Banks region.
To be a national model for student success, public service and regional transformation, East Carolina University uses innovative learning strategies and delivery methods to maximize access; prepares students with the knowledge, skills and values to succeed in a global, multicultural society; develops tomorrow's leaders to serve and inspire positive change; discovers new knowledge and innovations to support a thriving future for eastern North Carolina and beyond; transforms health care, promotes wellness, and reduces health disparities; and improves qualify of life through cultural enrichment, academics, the arts, and athletics. We accomplish our mission through education, research, creative activities, and service while being good stewards of the resources entrusted to us. East Carolina University delivers on the promise of opportunity. We open doors. We improve lives. We transform the present, and we discover the future. In these ways and more, we serve our community, our state, our nation and our world as together we reach toward our greatest potential. Tomorrow starts here.