Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
The University of Southern Indiana invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice position beginning August 2021. Responsibilities will include teaching four courses a semester, two of which will be in the areas of Criminal Courts and Law, depending on departmental need and candidate’s area of expertise.
A Ph.D. in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a similarly related field is required. A JD is not sufficient for this position; applicants with ABD status will be considered for the rank of Instructor until degree is completed.
The selected candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate courses and contribute to an online Master of Arts in Criminal Justice degree launching Fall 2021. The Criminal Justice Department is committed to teaching excellence, scholarship, and service to the University and the region. A strong candidate will have a research program underway, evidence of dedication to student success, an ability to further enhance the department’s curriculum, and a willingness to actively participate in service to the college, university, and community.
To apply, please follow the directions on our www.usi.edu/jobs page to log in or set up an account. When completing the application, you will be given the opportunity to attach the additional documents required for this position which include: (1) letter of application; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) unofficial transcripts, and (4) full contact information including e-mail and phones numbers for three professional references. Official transcripts will be required at a later stage. Materials should be provided electronically within this web-based applicant system and to the attention of Dr. Melissa Stacer, Search Committee Chair.
As an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, the University of Southern Indiana considers all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy or marital status, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, or any other category protected by law or identified by the University as a protected class.