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Jan 24 / Carissa Bell

Instructor of Criminal Justice, Humanities/Social Sciences Division

Notice of Vacancy

Monroe County Community College

Position Instructor of Criminal Justice, Humanities/Social Sciences Division
Description  Classroom instruction in various Criminal Justice courses, including law enforcement, corrections, juvenile delinquency, and criminal law. Responsibilities and duties will include participating in Division-wide program and curriculum planning and assessment of student learning outcomes. The successful candidate will review and assess criminal justice program and make revisions as needed. Utilization of distance learning and online strategies will be encouraged. Understanding of the process of MCOLES certification and application to a MCOLES academy are also encouraged. As an integral member of the Humanities/Social Sciences Division, the successful candidate is expected to develop effective collegial relationships, chair the Criminal Justice Advisory Group, work closely with students and local employers, and promote division programs and the College in general.
Qualifications Required:  Master’s degree in criminology or criminal justice OR Master’s degree in sociology with 12 graduate credit hours in criminology or criminal justice OR Master’s degree with 18 graduate credit hours in criminology or criminal justice. Preferred:  police academy credential; 2 years of criminology/criminal justice related work experience; college-level teaching experience; or Ph.D. in criminology/criminal justice.
Salary Per Master Agreement – $50,571-$62,125 base salary. Salary negotiated depending upon experience and education. Faculty contract 35-hour week, 162 day school year. Spring and Summer teaching opportunities may be available.
Benefits Health, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance plans. Accrued sick leave, dependent tuition waiver, and retirement plan options.
Start Date Fall Semester 2018
Location Monroe County Community College has been providing a variety of post-secondary opportunities for the residents of Monroe County, Michigan, since 1964. With a population of 159,900, Monroe County offers quality rural and urban life-styles, and it is well situated between Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Toledo, Ohio.
Deadline Review of applications begins February 15 and continues until position filled.
Application Process Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, résumé, two letters of recommendations, transcripts (official upon hire), and MCCC faculty employment application to Human Resources Director, Molly McCutchan, Monroe County Community College, 1555 S. Raisinville Road, Monroe, MI 48161. mmcutchan@monroeccc.edu.

Notice of Vacancy

Monroe County Community College

Position Instructor of Criminal Justice, Humanities/Social Sciences Division
Description  Classroom instruction in various Criminal Justice courses, including law enforcement, corrections, juvenile delinquency, and criminal law. Responsibilities and duties will include participating in Division-wide program and curriculum planning and assessment of student learning outcomes. The successful candidate will review and assess criminal justice program and make revisions as needed. Utilization of distance learning and online strategies will be encouraged. Understanding of the process of MCOLES certification and application to a MCOLES academy are also encouraged. As an integral member of the Humanities/Social Sciences Division, the successful candidate is expected to develop effective collegial relationships, chair the Criminal Justice Advisory Group, work closely with students and local employers, and promote division programs and the College in general.
Qualifications Required:  Master’s degree in criminology or criminal justice OR Master’s degree in sociology with 12 graduate credit hours in criminology or criminal justice OR Master’s degree with 18 graduate credit hours in criminology or criminal justice. Preferred:  police academy credential; 2 years of criminology/criminal justice related work experience; college-level teaching experience; or Ph.D. in criminology/criminal justice.
Salary Per Master Agreement – $50,571-$62,125 base salary. Salary negotiated depending upon experience and education. Faculty contract 35-hour week, 162 day school year. Spring and Summer teaching opportunities may be available.
Benefits Health, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance plans. Accrued sick leave, dependent tuition waiver, and retirement plan options.
Start Date Fall Semester 2018
Location Monroe County Community College has been providing a variety of post-secondary opportunities for the residents of Monroe County, Michigan, since 1964. With a population of 159,900, Monroe County offers quality rural and urban life-styles, and it is well situated between Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Toledo, Ohio.
Deadline Review of applications begins February 15 and continues until position filled.
Application Process Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, résumé, two letters of recommendations, transcripts (official upon hire), and MCCC faculty employment application to Human Resources Director, Molly McCutchan, Monroe County Community College, 1555 S. Raisinville Road, Monroe, MI 48161. mmcutchan@monroeccc.edu.