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Asst Prof & Program Coordr of Criminal Justice

Description/Job Summary

Baltimore City Community College’s School of Arts and Social Sciences is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator for Criminal Justice. Applicants for this 10-month faculty position must have administrative experience and be qualified to provide instruction in courses such as report writing, fundamentals of law enforcement, practical law, investigative principles, management concepts, criminal procedural law, criminal substantive law, field work in the administration of justice, etc. The Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator for Criminal Justice will teach 9 credit hours per semester to a diverse population of learners and through various teaching modalities, face-to-face, virtual, and/or online (day or evening); maintain scheduled office hours; develop and revise curricula, manage course and program assessment of student learning outcomes; participate in service to the college and the school (i.e., meetings, committee membership, activities, and events); play a critical role in building the Criminal Justice program; and assist the Associate Dean with other duties as assigned. Candidates with proven leadership ability who can work collaboratively other faculty and staff are highly encouraged to apply.


Teaching and Instruction:
    • Contributes to the college’s mission and goals through effective teaching and instruction.
    • Demonstrates knowledge of subject matter through exceptional content delivery, pedagogy, and andragogy through the teaching of Criminal Justice courses.
    • Provides input for the development of the Criminal Justice program instruction, standards, and policies.
    • Uploads current syllabi, readings, and homework assignments and submits grades on time in Canvas.
    • Maintains attendance records in Banner.
    • Provides guidance to students for academic planning.?
    • Incorporates current instructional technologies into the classroom.
    • Provides students with meaningful written and oral feedback in a timely fashion.
    • Holds required office hours.
Service and Professional Development:
    • Actively participates in college, school, and program coordinators meetings,
    • Serve on college and school committees.
    • Serves as an active member on the Criminal Justice Program Advisory Committee.
    • Contributes to student success by advising students from the point of their initial enrollment through graduation.
    • Stays current with, and contributes to, developments in the various fields and disciplines within Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, and/or Corrections.
    • Recruits and recommends adjunct instructors for hire.
    • Enhances the visibility of the Criminal Justice program by providing leadership and maintaining relationships with community partners.
    • Collaborates with the Baltimore Police Department in support of our articulation agreement.
    • Effectively communicates with students by email, phone, online discussion boards, and face-to-face, as appropriate.
    • Maintains up-to-date and accurate records on student progress and academic achievement.
    • Develops and implements course and program assessment of student learning outcomes.
Required Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field from a regionally accredited college or university.
  • Five years or more of experience as a full-time instructor in a college or university environment, preferably with community college experience.
  • Experience with Canvas or another learning management system (LMS).
Preferred Qualifications
  • Doctoral degree in Criminal Justice or related field from a regionally accredited college or university.
  • Administrative experience.
  • Experience with Banner ERP.
  • Commitment to working with underrepresented populations.

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