Lecturer of Criminal Justice at University of North Texas - Dallas

University of North Texas - Dallas

Full-Time

Dallas, TX, USA

Not defined

23 Nov → 23 Dec

Criminal Justice Criminal Law

Job Description

Position Information

UNT System Overview
Welcome to the University of North Texas System. UNT System includes the University of North Texas in Denton, the University of North Texas at Dallas and the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth. We are the only university system based exclusively in the robust Dallas-Fort Worth region and we are committed to transforming lives and creating economic opportunity through education. We are growing with the DFW region, enrolling a record 47,000+ students across our system and awarding nearly 12,000 degrees each year.
Posting Title
Lecturer of Criminal Justice
Department
DAL-Criminal Justice & Sociology-514100
College/School

Job Location
Dallas
Full Time/Part Time

Retirement Eligibility
ORP Eligible
Additional Retirement Information
For more information on retirement plan options, please visit .
Salary Information
Commensurate with experience
Department Summary
The University of North Texas at Dallas invites applications for a for a full-time Lecturer (Non-tenure track) faculty position in the department of Criminal Justice and Sociology, beginning Fall 2023. For best consideration, applications should be submitted between December 1, 2022- January 1, 2023.The successful candidate will be expected to teach the equivalence of 4 courses per semester and to assist in further development of the UNTD Criminal Justice and Sociology Department, and our emerging program in Emergency Services Administration. UNT Dallas offers faculty the unique opportunity to help shape the character of a 21st century, learner-focused, urban comprehensive university.The department of Criminal Justice and Sociology is an interdisciplinary department that consists of multiple undergraduate and graduate programs. The programs are designed to put theory into practice through a combination of curriculum and experiential learning. With a robust department of highly experienced faculty, graduates of each program are prepared to make an immediate impact in their chosen field.
Position Summary
Expectations for non-tenure track faculty at UNTD include excellence in teaching and service, resulting in contributions equivalent to a four-course load each semester. This workload expectation can be fulfilled through a combination of teaching and program development or other duties assigned by the department.Faculty are also expected to participate in such service activities as curriculum development, online course development, student recruiting and advising, program assessment, project development, program leadership, coordinating service learning, and committee leadership.
Minimum Qualifications
• Master's degree in Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, Emergency Services, or a closely related discipline* 18 hours of graduate work in Criminal Justice.* Evidence or demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching* Demonstrated experience in developing, implementing and teaching online courses* Demonstrated experience in teaching undergraduate courses in Criminal Justice.* Demonstrated effective written and verbal communication skills* Experience in curriculum development and developing interdisciplinary programsExperience in service activities to a university and community
Preferred Qualifications
• Ph.D. or Doctorate equivalent in Criminology, Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, Emergency Services , or a closely related discipline; J.D.
• Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing service learning and experiential learning in curricular and co-curricular settings.
• Academic experience working on a university campus with a culturally diverse population.

Required License / Registration / Certification

Physical Requirements
Carrying, Lifting up to 25 pounds, Reaching, Sitting, Squatting, Stooping, Bending, Standing, Walking, Writing, Grasp, Talk or Hear, Ability to communicate
Area of Specialty

Security Sensitive
This is a security sensitive position.
EEO Statement

The University of North Texas System and its component institutions are committed to equal opportunity and comply with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University of North Texas System and its component institutions do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status in its application and admission processes, educational programs and activities, and employment practices.

Driving University Vehicle
No

Job Duties

Posting Detail Information

Posting Number
F994P
Special Instructions to Applicants
Submit CV; letter of application outlining the applicant's interest, qualifications,

and experience for the position; contact information for three professional references; statement of teaching interests and philosophy; and unofficial graduate transcripts to For additional information visit or contact Dr. Michael Noyes at . Virtual interviews of semi-finalists may be conducted. Finalists will be required to present a job talk and teaching demonstration.For best consideration, application should be received between December 1, 2022- January 1, 2023. Position will remain open until filled.
Quicklink for Posting

Position End Date (if temporary)

Job Responsibilities

  • Expectations for non-tenure track faculty at UNTD include excellence in teaching and service, resulting in contributions equivalent to a four-course load each semester
  • This workload expectation can be fulfilled through a combination of teaching and program development or other duties assigned by the department
  • Faculty are also expected to participate in such service activities as curriculum development, online course development, student recruiting and advising, program assessment, project development, program leadership, coordinating service learning, and committee leadership

Requirements / Qualifications

  • For best consideration, applications should be submitted between December 1, 2022- January 1, 2023.The successful candidate will be expected to teach the equivalence of 4 courses per semester and to assist in further development of the UNTD Criminal Justice and Sociology Department, and our emerging program in Emergency Services Administration

  • Master's degree in Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, Emergency Services, or a closely related discipline* 18 hours of graduate work in Criminal Justice

  • Evidence or demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching* Demonstrated experience in developing, implementing and teaching online courses* Demonstrated experience in teaching undergraduate courses in Criminal Justice

  • Demonstrated effective written and verbal communication skills* Experience in curriculum development and developing interdisciplinary programs

  • Experience in service activities to a university and community

  • Required License / Registration / Certification

  • Carrying, Lifting up to 25 pounds, Reaching, Sitting, Squatting, Stooping, Bending, Standing, Walking, Writing, Grasp, Talk or Hear, Ability to communicate

  • and experience for the position; contact information for three professional references; statement of teaching interests and philosophy; and unofficial graduate transcripts to For additional information visit or contact Dr. Michael Noyes at

Benefits/What We offer

  • Retirement Eligibility

  • ORP Eligible

  • Additional Retirement Information

  • For more information on retirement plan options, please visit

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