Police/Criminal Investigation Lecturer in Criminal Justice
Political Science, Criminal Justice, and Organizational
Full Time or Part Time?
Commitment to Inclusive Excellence
Northern Kentucky University ( NKU ) seeks excellence by enriching
its educational environment and culture through the diversity of
its administration, faculty and staff and by embracing
inclusiveness, equity, and global awareness in all dimensions of
its work. NKU is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative
Action institution. We encourage applications by members of diverse
groups and by persons with a demonstrated commitment to issues of
diversity and experience in achieving goals relative to inclusive
Purpose of Position
The Department of Political Science, Criminal Justice, and
Organizational Leadership invites applications for a non-tenure
track renewable Lecturer position in Criminal Justice at its campus
in Highland Heights, KY. The start date is August 1, 2022. The
position requires an expertise in crime scene investigations and an
academic background in criminal justice. We seek someone who has
experience in academe and as a practitioner.
The Criminal Justice program offers traditional on-campus classes
(16 week) and fully online classes (7 week). The successful
candidate will teach a full course load (4/4), attend student
recruiting and orientation events, and perform criminal
investigation demonstrations. The course load will include online
and face-to-face sections.
This is a 10 month position that requires presence on campus. This
is not a remote position.
The candidate who fills this position will perform the following
· Teach undergraduate courses in Criminal Justice both face to face
· Provide crime scene and investigation demonstrations to various
· Attend recruitment and new student orientation events.
· Other duties as assigned
The candidate must meet the following qualifications:
· Masters in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or related field and/or
· A commitment to and/or experience promoting and fostering a
learning environment that is supportive of individuals from diverse
Preference will be given to candidates with:
· Law Enforcement/Criminal Investigation experience
· College level teaching experience
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a statement of
interest that includes the candidate’s personal philosophies on the
importance of diversity, inclusion, and equity in higher education
and advising, evidence of effective teaching, and the names, email,
and phone numbers of three references.
Review will begin December 1st, but applications will be accepted
until the position is filled. Direct questions regarding this
position and search to Dr. Alexis Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Direct questions regarding the application process to NKU Human
resources at email@example.com or call (859) 572-5200.
The department is the largest within the College of Arts &
Sciences, with 32 full-time faculty and staff. It offers bachelor
degrees in Criminal Justice, International Studies, Political
Science, and Organizational Leadership; a BA in Law, and an
accredited master’s degree in Public Administration. Faculty
actively engage with students through undergraduate research
programs; local, regional, national, and international internship
placements; study abroad; and student honor societies. The
department values multidimensional excellence, learner-centered
education, civic engagement, innovation, collegiality, and
collaboration across all department and university academic
Job Open Date
Job Close Date
Open Until Filled
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * This is not a remote position. If you are not in the region,
are you willing to relocate to northern Kentucky?
- I live in the region.
- Yes, I will locate.
- No, I will not relocate.
- * Do you have experience performing criminal investigations?
- Curriculum Vitae
- Evidence of teaching style and effectiveness
- Statement of Interest In the Position