Assistant Professor in Criminal Justice
Iona College’s Criminal Justice Department has growing and thriving undergraduate and graduate programs with special areas including: security threat assessment and forensic criminology, law enforcement & security, corrections & community-based corrections and community/restorative justice courses.
Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Criminal Justice
A doctorate in criminal justice or criminology. Candidate should have substantial college level teaching experience, enthusiasm for campus-wide service projects and be collaborative with regard to research and project initiatives. Preferred qualifications include: graduate teaching experience, practical expertise in the field, research and scholarly writings. Competitive ABD applicants will be considered if conferral of degree is on or before July 2014. Preferred candidates will provide evidence of effective teaching, and a defined research agenda and scholarly engagements in the field of criminal justice. Faculty members are expected to teach four (4) classes each semester and are expected to pursue an active research agenda [grants & publications] as well as meeting college service obligations [department, campus-wide, and community].
Screening of candidates will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled.
Please submit a letter of application, current vita, complete contact information, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to:
Marie Pace, Executive Assistant to the Dean, Arts & Science
Please enter POS-CRJ14-AP
in the subject line when submitting your application.
Committed to enriching our academic community through a spirit of inclusiveness, Iona actively encourages applications from diverse candidates. Iona College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.