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Saint Leo University enrolls students at the traditional University Campus, at more than 40 education centers and offices, and through the Center for Online Learning. University-wide, Saint Leo enrolls students from 49 states, the District of Columbia, three U.S. territories, and 86 countries. Saint Leo University ranks as one of the nation’s leading providers of higher education for active duty military and veterans, and it is a nationally recognized leader in online education.
The Department of Undergraduate Criminal Justice is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time, tenure track, faculty position to teach Undergraduate Criminal Justice courses online at our Savannah Center Savannah, Georgia.
This is a twelve (12) month, year round, full-time faculty appointment with two (2) months release time to be determined in consultation with the department chair.
Review of candidate materials begins immediately for anticipated start date of July 2015.
To apply, submit letter of introduction documenting successful teaching experience; curriculum vitae; three letters of recommendation (all should be professional references and at least one from a recent superior); values statement (500 words or less) and teaching philosophy (500 words or less), which highlights how your teaching and administrative philosophy and practices fit the Mission and Values of Saint Leo University; official transcripts (including WES evaluation if from an international university); and student evaluations from the last year (at least six classes, an even mix of graduate and undergraduate).
An exceptional candidate possessing a doctorate degree with experience may be considered at the Associate level.
A candidate possessing a master’s degree with 18 graduate study hours in the discipline and demonstrated teaching with appropriate years of experience in higher education may be considered at the Instructor level.
This position is pending final budgetary approval for the 2015-2016 academic year.
The faculty member will be required to:
• Teach nine (9) classes per year;
• Advise students;
• Assess, assist, and guide on ground and online adjunct (Discipline) faculty under the direction of the department chair;
• Engage in curriculum development;
• Support recruiting efforts;
• Demonstrate professional development (e.g., scholarly research);
• Undertake community service in keeping with the school’s Benedictine values;
• Teach through multiple instructional methods, including on-ground, online; video teleconferencing; and/or internet connected classrooms
• Teach undergraduate classes.
• Be able to teach traditional and non-traditional age students; and
• Demonstrate the ability to use discipline-related computer programs.
Experience in the field of Criminal Justice.
Doctorate in Criminal Justice or related field from a regionally accredited university or college.
Must have at least 18 graduate study hours to teach criminal justice courses.
Candidates possessing a Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with 18 hours of graduate study and/or credentials to teach Criminal Justice may be considered at the instructor level.
Experience in the field of Criminal Justice
Teaching experience at the university/college level is preferred.
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