Criminal Justice - Tenure Track at Everett Community College
Everett Community College
Everett, WA, USA
$66.288 - $69.602
24 Dec → 23 Jan
Nestled between the scenic Cascade Mountains and Puget Sound in an increasingly diverse and fast-growing region of the country, Everett Community College is seeking a tenure-track English instructor to begin serving in the Fall quarter of 2022.
Everett Community College is committed to closing opportunity and equity gaps in student outcomes and in ensuring that the experiences of historically underrepresented students are welcomed and valued on our campus and in our classrooms. In realizing this commitment, we strive to create a culture in which faculty use data and inquiry to reflect on classroom practices and improve learning outcomes for students.
We encourage applications from candidates who identify with groups that are historically underrepresented in higher education.
Primary responsibilities for the full time Criminal Justice instructor include teaching criminal justice classes through a variety of lecture, discussion, demonstration, group work, written assignment, technology-based, distance learning, and collaborative formats. As the only full time faculty member in Criminal Justice, the successful candidate will also be asked to serve as department chair, working closely with the Public Safety Program Director to schedule and assign classes and to respond to student concerns.
Through our Guided Pathways Advising model, full-time faculty also serve as program advisors for students. Faculty in these areas are assigned a caseload each year in line with the AFT Faculty Contract. These duties include, but are not limited to, building and maintaining professional relationships with advisees to support them in their goals, creating, reviewing and approving academic plans; providing career and/or transfer advice; and making referrals to appropriate EvCC support services.
This position reports to the Associate Vice President of the Professional and Technical Education Division, and interacts with a team of committed professionals.
- Attend (in person and virtually) and participate in department and division meetings
- Complete annual trainings as required by state and federal law and the College
- Stay current in relevant best practices, emerging topics, and research
- Maintain certification and/or licensure required by the College
- Teach and develop courses within the criminal justice curriculum
- Advise students in their course selections, programs, pathways selections, and programs.
Requirements / Qualifications
Ability to work effectively with students of various ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds
Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice, Education, or closely related field from a regionally accredited college or university
Professional service in a Criminal Justice field (e.g. law enforcement, investigations, law and/or legal system, corrections, etc.)
Experience or expertise serving underrepresented students or communities (i.e inclusive or antiracist pedagogy; mentoring and/or advising underrepresented students; using data to reflect on classroom practice and opportunity gaps)
Demonstrated experience teaching adult learners
Advanced degree (master or doctorate) in Criminal Justice, Education, or closely related field from a regionally accredited college or university
Experience serving as a faculty leader as a department chair or similarly related role
Experience teaching within a community or technical college setting
Experience using educational technologies (e.g. Canvas, Blackboard, etc.)
EvCC follows the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and provides the following information as a guideline for applicants:
Ability to operate office equipment
Ability to read and verify data and prepare various materials
Ability to exchange information on the phone or in person
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