Asst Professor & Coordinator for Criminal Justice

Description/Job Summary

Position Summary

Baltimore City Community College is seeking an Assistant Professor/Program Coordinator in Criminal Justice. The position is responsible for the delivery of criminal justice course instruction, facilitation of student learning and success, the on-going development of curriculum and learning strategies which meet the needs of student and employers. The selected candidate will teach 15 credit hours per semester in criminal justice. Responsibilities include maintaining scheduled office hours; developing and revising curriculum; training faculty in new curriculum as needed; developing and implementing course and program assessment of student learning outcomes; participating in college, division, and department meetings; serving on committees; and other duties as assigned. Teaching assignments include any combination of face to face (day or evening), hybrid or online, and are subject to change as needed. The candidate will coordinate student field experience on campus and in collaboration with the local police and the Police Academy.


Summary of position responsibilities:

  • Contributes to the overall achievement of the college’s mission and goals through effective instruction and classroom management.
  • Plans and prepares for assigned instructional courses.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of content and pedagogy.
  • Develops instructional outcomes and appropriate evaluation methods that align with course and program outcomes.
  • The Criminal Justice Coordinator will advise students and coordinate the curriculum for the program.
  • The Criminal Justice Coordinator will facilitate and coordinate in cooperation with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • The Criminal Justice Coordinator will advise the Dean on hiring adjunct faculty for the program.
  • Maintain data to support the student learning and outcome assessment process.
  • Creates and maintain an environment of rapport and respect.
  • Clearly establish expectations for learning and achievement.
  • Maintain up-to-date accurate records on attendance and student progress.
  • Make referrals to college resources available to provide services or assistance to students.
  • Provide guidance to students for academic planning.
  • Engages in the college community for intra-professional networking and professional development.
  • Keep abreast of developments in the field of expertise basing current instructional practice on recent evidence.
  • Communicate learning expectations.
  • Varies teaching techniques and incorporate current technologies.
  • Provide students with written and oral feedback.
  • Engages in self-assessment of teaching practices and professional development needs.
  • Keep all classes and office hours for the required amount of time set forth by the college and maintain good classroom management.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Required Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice or related field.
  • Three years of experience full-time teaching in a college/university setting.
  • Five full-time (or equivalent) years of verified related paid work experience in law enforcement, a maximum of one year of this experience may be in corrections.
  • Familiarity with a learning management system (LMS).
Preferred Qualifications

Preferred Qualifications:

  • PhD in Criminal Justice or related field.
  • Five years of full-time teaching in a college setting, preferably community college.
  • Ten full-time (or equivalent) years of verified related paid experience in law enforcement, a maximum of one year of this experience may be in corrections.
  • Experience with teaching in a Police Academy.

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