Positions at The Citadel in Homeland Security and Criminal Justice
Martha Hurley - October 25, 2011 07:20
One position carries the rank of Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, with employment beginning in August, 2012. Candidates should possess a Ph.D. in criminal justice, criminology, or closely related discipline. Ph.D. is required, but ABD candidates may be considered under exceptional circumstances. The area of specialization for this position is Homeland Security/Terrorism (an interest in developing courses in computer crime or critical infrastructure would be a plus).
For the second position, we are seeking someone with a specialization in International/Comparative Criminal Justice.The position carries the rank of Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, with employment beginning in August, 2012. Online teaching experience would also be a benefit. Candidates should possess a Ph.D. in criminal justice and/or criminology. Ph.D. is required, but ABD candidates may be considered under exceptional circumstances. The teaching load in the department is twelve hours per semester (four courses per semester). The J.D. is not an appropriate degree for this position. Salary is negotiable and competitive.
The department offers a full range of courses in the undergraduate day program attended by approximately 2,000 members of the Corps of Cadets, an MA degree, and a Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security. The availability of grants from The Citadel Foundation to support faculty research and development is an attractive feature of academic life at the college.
Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Send vitae and supporting materials, to include the following: a letter of application addressing relevant educational and other background as well as teaching/academic interests (including research specializations, sample course syllabi and course evaluations, if available, etc.); transcripts; 3 letters of recommendation; and samples of research and writing; TO: Professor Martha Hurley, Chair, Criminal Justice Search Committee; Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice; The Citadel; 171 Moultrie Street; Charleston, S. C. 29409. Tel: 843-953-5072; FAX: 843-953-5066; e-mail: (Martha.Hurley@citadel.edu). Applications will only be accepted in a hard copy format. We cannot accept faxed or electronic applications.
The Citadel is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, dedicated to multi-cultural diversity in campus and leadership positions. The beginning salary range for this position is: COMPETITIVE. Representatives from the search committee will be attending ASC in Washington, DC and will be available in the employment exchange area Wednesday and Thursday.