Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

The Justice Studies department at Lasell College seeks an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice for a Fall 2014 appointment. More senior rank will be considered based on experience and other credentials.

Responsibilities: Teaching responsibilities include undergraduate introductory and advanced courses in Criminal Justice and Federal Law Enforcement topics. An ability and interest in utilizing an active, project-focused approach to teaching is critical. The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent, enthusiastic teaching and student advocacy; ability to work cooperatively and productively with faculty, staff and students; a commitment to productivity and professional development; and active participation in department and college service. The successful candidate will be involved in an expansion of the curriculum in response to current needs and new markets.

Qualifications: Requirements include a doctorate in Criminal Justice or closely related discipline; an ABD will be considered. Applications from former or current practitioners in the CJ field, and second-career professional are welcome. Candidates with experience in federal law enforcement agencies are strongly encouraged to apply. Lasell faculty is employed on renewable single and multi-year contracts. We value enthusiasm and experience; minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Screening of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

How to Apply: Please submit a cover letter, philosophy of teaching, curriculum vitae and list of 3 references. 

Lasell College is an equal opportunity employer.


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