Professor, Bachelor of Social Science - Criminal Justice, Restorative - FSCS (16971)
Salary: Academic starting salaries are determined based on qualifications and years of related experience as detailed in the collective agreement for academic employees.
If you are an educational leader looking for an opportunity to
be part of a transformative experience and contribute as we shape
the future of our students and communities, here is your
opportunity to join our team.
Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, one of Canada’s leading postsecondary institutions, offers a combination of theoretical learning and hands on experience and meets its vision of transforming postsecondary education through global and polytechnic leadership.
Humber’s Centres of Innovation and Entrepreneurship will integrate applied research into program curricula and provide students with access to interdisciplinary and industry projects. We are seeking faculty who will provide students with an exceptional learning experience as we immerse our students in experiential learning and programs that empower them to think critically, make bold choices and become leaders of change.
Humber offers a variety of credentials and flexible learning options including: bachelor’s degree, diplomas, certificates, graduate certificates and apprentice programs. Faculty and students excel in business, applied technology, media studies, liberal arts and sciences, social community services, health sciences, hospitality, and creative and performing arts. Learn more about Humber College at www.humber.ca
The successful candidate will be required to teach a broad range of courses in the Bachelor of Social Science, Criminal Justice program. The incumbent will teach, develop curriculum, design/revise specific courses, create an effective and innovative learning environment for our students, assess student progress and achievement; work collaboratively with colleagues, participate in committees and related associations. Teaching may be assigned at both the North and Lakeshore campuses and may include teaching at the International Graduate School (Toronto).
The incumbent will also support student advising, student recruitment, graduate placement, assist with the promotion and marketing of programs and develop and maintain strong industry ties.
The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. (or be ABD with degree completion in two years) in Criminology, Criminal Justice, Police Science, Psychology, Sociology or a relevant discipline. Work experience within the criminal justice, or a related field, is required, as well as a minimum of 5 years of proven teaching experience at the post-secondary level. Industry acumen and experience is required, demonstrated ability to teach a number of courses offered by the college, along with specialized skills in the following areas: applied research competency, ability to translate theory into practical application and engagement with ongoing, and emerging, social justice matters. Expertise in Indigenous ways of knowing, being and doing are required.
In addition, the successful candidate will have engaging and effective teaching skills, demonstrated ability to coach and support students, demonstrated experience managing classroom dynamics, strong knowledge and application of current pedagogical principles, a student focused approach and a demonstrated commitment to fostering innovation and positive change. The successful candidate will be a collaborative team player who is committed to a positive team culture. The successful candidate will possess well developed interpersonal communication and problem solving skills and have demonstrated ability to contribute positively to curriculum development and delivery.
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to and knowledge of principles of equity and inclusion while demonstrating the cores values of the Faculty of Social and Community Services of inclusion, compassion, integrity, self-awareness, and respect.
*All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; internal candidates will be given consideration in accordance with the collective agreement. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Humber College is committed to a workforce that reflects the diversity of our students and our city. We actively seek qualified individuals from equity seeking groups with demonstrated skills and knowledge to deal with all aspects of equity, diversity and inclusion in a post-secondary environment. Humber College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Our HR Generalists will work with applicants requesting accommodations at any stage of the hiring process. This document is available in alternate formats upon request.