About Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University:
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is an independent, culturally
diverse institution providing quality education and research in
aviation, aerospace, engineering, and other related fields with
residential campuses located in Daytona Beach, Florida and
Prescott, Arizona. The University's Worldwide campus provides
educational opportunities online and at approximately 130 locations
throughout the United States, Asia, Europe, and Central/South
As the largest and most comprehensive aviation and
aerospace-focused university in the world, Embry-Riddle is a unique
institution. Over the past 90 years, the University has evolved
with industry to break new ground and produce top-level graduates
who serve the ever-changing needs of aviation and aerospace and
other STEM-related disciplines. Embry-Riddle offers programs in
seven primary fields of study including: Applied Science; Aviation;
Business; Computers and Technology; Engineering; Safety, Security,
and Intelligence; and Space.
For Academic Year 2022-23, there were over 11,100 undergraduate,
graduate, and doctoral students that attended the University's
residential campuses and approximately 20,195 students in total
enrolled with the University around the world.
The Behavioral & Social Sciences Department at Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University, Prescott Arizona Campus (ERAU), invites
applications for one tenure-track Assistant Professor position. A
qualified candidate will have expertise in Criminology, Criminal
Justice, or Law & Psychology through at least one of the
following: doctoral training, research, and/or practice experience.
The candidate should be a generalist but specifically able to teach
undergraduate courses in law, criminology, statistics in criminal
justice, and victimology. Additional teaching preferences include
forensic methodologies, violent crime, profiling, and
The position will begin January 2024. An August 2024 start date is
The successful candidate will become an integral part the College
of Arts & Sciences, with duties that include:
- Teaching undergraduate courses that serve students across
- Maintaining a productive program of research.
- Supervising undergraduate research.
- Contributing to university, departmental, and professional
ERAU faculty are expected to maintain the highest standards of
academic excellence in all phases of instruction,
research/scholarship/creative activity, and service. The department
and its current faculty are committed to the scientist-practitioner
approach to education and working side-by-side with students on
research and industry collaborations. A successful candidate will
be committed to the same.
Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with
qualifications and experience.
Applicants must complete the application online at
www.careers.erau.edu and must upload all required documents.
Applicants who do not upload all required documentation cannot be
considered for an on-campus interview.
Applicants must include three (3) references with contact
information in the application. Letters of recommendation will be
requested for shortlisted candidates.
To apply, submit the following:
ERAU benefits include:
- A letter of application addressing all of the above-required
- Statements of (1) research; and (2) teaching philosophy and
- A current curriculum vitae; and
- Unofficial transcripts.
- Retirement Plan - ERAU offers immediate vesting and provides a
6% gift and will match up to 4% of employee contributions; total
contribution of up to 10%
- Two BCBS health plans – PPO and high deductible plan with a
health savings account
- Tuition waivers for employees, spouses, and dependent children
(includes Master level and Worldwide courses (some restrictions
- Use of various campus services: fitness center, library,
mailroom and enjoy observation flights
Applicants must hold a doctorate in Criminology, Criminal Justice,
or Law (preferably a JD with an MA/MS in criminology, criminal
justice, or psychology) or provide evidence that their degree will
be completed by January 2024 or August of 2024, as
Candidates must provide evidence of or the potential to conduct and
publish quality research and excel in undergraduate teaching and