Director of Program Operations in Forensic Pattern Analysis

Maryland, United States
Salary Not specified
Nov 13, 2020
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Employment Type
Full Time
The Biology Department at Loyola University Maryland seeks a teacher-administrator to fill the position of Director of Program Operations in Forensic Pattern Analysis, beginning in March 2021. A new Master's of Science degree in Forensic Pattern Analysis will begin in the fall of 2021. The program compliments the growing BA in Forensic Studies program offered by the Biology Department. Strong candidates will demonstrate the ability to develop and teach new graduate courses in content areas specific to forensic pattern evidence, lead the development and implementation of the program, serve as an academic advisor to graduate students, and work in cooperation with the graduate director and offices on campus to spearhead recruiting efforts, and to develop approaches for advising and assessment of the program. Teaching may include Forensic Pattern Evidence, Mock Trial for Forensic Pattern Evidence, Advanced Topics and Techniques in Fingerprints, and a capstone course. Candidates must have a M.S. in forensic science or related field with experience and training in forensic science. Additional information about forensic studies at Loyola University Maryland is available at University Maryland is a Jesuit, Catholic university committed to the educational and spiritual traditions of the Society of Jesus and to the ideals of liberal education and the development of the whole person. Accordingly, Loyola inspires students to learn, lead, and serve in a diverse and changing world. Loyola's beautiful, historic Evergreen campus is located in Baltimore, and its graduate centers are in Timonium and Columbia. Loyola enrolls 4,000 undergraduate and 2,000 graduate students across the Sellinger School of Business and Management, the School of Education, and Loyola College of Arts and Sciences. Founded in 1852, Loyola is one of 27 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States and the first to bear the name of Saint Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus.Loyola University Maryland strongly values the benefits that diversity brings to the workplace. In accord with its Ignatian values, the University is committed to creating and promoting a community that recognizes the inherent value and dignity of each person. Loyola University Maryland does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, military status, or any other legally protected classification. The University recruits, hires, and promotes in accord with this policy and its Core Values.Loyola seeks a broad spectrum of candidates, including but not limited to women, people of color, persons with disabilities, sexual minorities, first-generation college students, those with non-traditional career paths, and those who understand, respect, and can actively contribute to the University's Jesuit mission and values. For more information about our values please visit:'s commitment to diversity and inclusion spans the entire campus. With a newly established Office of Equity and Inclusion headed by our Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer, we are committed to providing an environment where everyone can learn, grow, and thrive. Key efforts include faculty development programming, opportunities for learning (e.g., Diversity Reading Groups), investment in pedagogical resources for differential instruction (e.g., Fellows Programs), affinity faculty and staff groups, and following best-practices for hiring. For a full list of benefits to working at Loyola University Maryland, please visit