Homeland and Corporate Security Studies | Assistant Professor Tenure-Track Fall 2021 | I01583

Location
Pennsylvania, United States
Salary
Competitive Salary
Posted
Feb 21, 2021
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time

The Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Department of Homeland and Corporate Security seeks a dedicated and ambitious career professional to fill a full-time, tenure track Assistant Professor to begin Fall 2021.

The program offers a BS degree in either homeland or corporate security. More information about the Department and its programs can be found at: https://www.sru.edu/academics/colleges-and-departments/cla/departments/homeland-corporate-security-studies

In addition to demonstrating proof of excellent classroom teaching (four course load per semester), the candidate will also be expected to assist in the recruitment and mentoring of students and to advance the visibility and reputation of the department and university.

All SRU faculty must demonstrate commitment to teaching, scholarly activity, and service excellence.

Application materials should offer evidence of successful strategies and/or experience in engaging students beyond the classroom, both in online and face-to-face modalities. In addition, the successful candidate will also demonstrate continuing professional development and an active record of service, including student academic advising, mentoring, assisting with internships and job placement, in addition to program recruitment and advancement.

A commitment to diversity, collaboration, collegiality, and excellent communication and organizational skills are essential.

Successful candidates must have primary expertise in the field of emergency management, as well as homeland security with an emphasis in the sub-field of risk analysis and critical infrastructure.

Minimum Qualifications             

  1. Doctorate in Emergency Management or Homeland Security (ABD acceptable if completed by June 30, 2022).
  2. At least five years of professional work experience in the field of emergency management or in the field of homeland security with a demonstration of how any work experience in homeland security encompassed emergency management responsibilities.
  3. Commitment to teaching diverse populations.
  4. Successful performance in an interview and teaching demonstration required.

Preferred Qualifications             

Two years of teaching experience in a college or university (graduate assistant teaching experience is acceptable).

Experience in any or all of the following areas: curriculum development, assessment of student learning, program marketing, and teaching online.