Adjunct Instructor - Criminal Justice & Criminology
240110 - Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology
Per adjunct salary schedule
Special Instructions to Applicants:
UCM requires all faculty applicants for this position complete the
on-line faculty profile and submit to the selected position number
for review at https://jobs.ucmo.edu
documents are (1) a letter of application (with confirmation of
ability to meet on the class day and time scheduled), (2)
curriculum vita/resume (showing experience or potential to teach
adult learners), and (3) unofficial transcripts from all university
level institutions. These documents must be attached to the faculty
profile at the time of application. Only completed online faculty
profiles with the attached documents will be accepted for this
If contacted for a campus interview, three (3) formal letters of
reference and official transcripts for all awarded degrees will be
required. The finalist chosen for this position will be subject to
criminal background and educational verification checks.
For more information, contact Dr. Lynn Urban
Committee Chair, Humphreys 300, School of Public Services,
University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO 64093, email
address email@example.com telephone (660) 543-4188.
The University of Central Missouri is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. We accept applications from qualified applicants
regardless of race, gender, or abilities. Minorities, women,
disabled, and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Open Until Filled
The Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology at the
University of Central Missouri seeks adjunct faculty to teach the
following face-to-face course on the Warrensburg campus for the
Fall 2022 semester.
One section of CJ 3005 Introduction to Firearms Proficiency, a 3
credit hour course to introduce students to both the academic and
practical aspects of firearms. The class will meet on the
Warrensburg campus for lecture as well as at least five (5) class
periods at an off-campus shooting range to provide firsthand
While adjunct instructors are temporary and employed for a single
semester, it is expected the successful candidate will be a stable
member of the Criminal Justice & Criminology program and teach
for multiple consecutive semesters.
Education & Formal Training
Master's degree (Specify field(s) of study below), Formal training
Other Education & Formal Training
- Master’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field
- Applicants should have at least one year of relevant firearms
- Federal Law Enforcement Training Center ( FLETC ) Advanced
Instruction for Marksmanship ( AIM ) Certification or equivalent
Other - Computer software skills
Skills and experience required in:
Special Skills, Abilities, and Knowledge:
- Firearms instruction (classroom and range).
- Teaching adult learners.
Attention to detail, Communication skills, including oral, written,
and/or nonverbal, Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects
and meet deadlines, Maintain confidentiality
Other Special Skills, Abilities, and Knowledge
Physical & Environmental Factors:
Exposure to loud noises
Special Working Conditions:
Irregular work hours, Professional appearance
Ability to Keyboard
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- Cover Letter