INSTRUCTOR OR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, CRIMINAL JUSTICE
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Posting Number F0262
This position is open to Open to All Applicants
Job Title INSTRUCTOR OR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Position Title/Rank INSTRUCTOR OR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Department Public Safety Education
Position Type Faculty
Employment Status Full-Time-Faculty
Salary Minimum $52,438.00 per 9 months
Open Date 06/08/2021
Close Date 06/21/2021
Open Until Filled No
Effective Date of Employment
Job Description Summary
This position requires experience in the criminal justice field with teaching
experience in a college or university setting. Must be able to teach in
classroom and have strong understanding of the learning management systems
such as canvas, blackboard, moodle, etc. Must be able to teach 5 courses per
regular semester and able to work with dual credit and early college. Must
have the ability to help develop curriculum and different methodology of
teaching in the classroom or online.
Required Job Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Ability to plan course instruction based upon approved syllabus/ outline
provided to insure course content and objectives are met.
Ability to utilize a variety of teaching styles and methods to accommodate
diverse learning styles of students.
Successful college teaching experience is required. Successful experience
utilizing instructional technologies, including computers, internet resources
and other appropriate media in instruction.
Master's Degree with the 18 hours of concentration in Criminal Justice
Experience in law enforcement or similar positions in the criminal justice
field such as probation officer, parole officer, peace officer, jailer, CPS
worker or similar jobs within the field.
Experience teaching college level online and face to face courses and/or
documented successful training in a college online learning management system
(e.g. Blackboard, Canvas).
Ability to teach and communicate with students of varied multicultural
Knowledge of and commitment to teaching strategies and methods which enhance
student success. Knowledge of a learning college and/or knowledge of learning
Special Instructions to Applicants
This is a security-sensitive position. Employment resulting from this
advertisement is subject to federal laws that require the verification of
identity and the legal right to work in the United States. Employment is
contingent upon the successful completion of a criminal background and
reference checks. The College reserves the right to cancel or extend all
recruitment actions. Del Mar College is an AA/EO employer. Upon request,
reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to
individuals with disabilities. The College is committed to diversity in its
Teach five (5) courses per regular semester that could include face to face
and online courses and/or dual-credit/early college classes.
Demonstrate skill, knowledge, and abilities in the teaching discipline. Teach
assigned courses in a variety of times and locations in response to
institutional need. Make continuous efforts to advance the quality of
instruction. Develop and use a variety of teaching methods and materials to
assist students who have differing educational and experiential backgrounds in
meeting the course outcomes. Maintain appropriate professional relationships
with students, colleagues and the community.
Evaluate students to measure their progress toward achievement of stated
course outcomes within the College grade and grade appeals procedures. Review,
evaluate, recommend, and effectively use student learning materials.
Provide students with a written and accessible course syllabus that follows
the Course Syllabus Guidelines and facilitates a clear understanding between
student and instructor of the content, goals, requirements, expectations,
evaluation methods and schedule of work. Maintain a classroom environment that
promotes teaching and learning. Hold scheduled, posted virtual or physical
office hours of at least one (1) hour daily and be available for and
encourage conferences with students so there is a clearer understanding of the
students' work and the possibility of improvement. Assist in academic advising
of declared majors. Assist with marketing programs and recruiting students.
Review, evaluate, and revise assessments of program and institutional student
learning outcomes and program practices to bring about action plans devised to
implement systemic improvement in programs and assure compliance with
professional standards, state-mandated guidelines, and requirements of
business/industry and higher education.
Participate in the self- evaluation process. Establish goals and objectives
which may include personal and professional development plans in consultation
with the department chair. Maintain professional standards of competence in
the discipline and teaching methodology through professional
Serve on committees. Accept special assignments occasionally. Participate in
scheduled institutional activities which include convocation and graduation
ceremonies. Participate in department, divisional, and College meetings.
Participate in College-related activities such as registration and selection
of faculty. Participate in activities required to maintain program and College
accreditation standards. Participate in the College planning process by
assisting in the formulation of goals and objectives and budget priorities.
Meet professional assignments in accordance with the College calendar.
Participate in business and/or community activities that promote the mission
of the College.
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk ().
Do you have at least a Master's Degree with the 18 hours of concentration in Criminal Justice courses?
Yes, I have the required education. (Submission of transcripts required.)
No, I do not have the required education.
Letter of Interest